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15 Indian films to look out for in November 2022

From Mister Mummy to Mili, Monica, O My Darling and more: look out for these film releases hitting screens in November.

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Phone Bhoot (in cinemas)

Join two ghostbusters on a journey lead by a business-savvy spirit as they venture through the worlds of both the living and dead, encountering creepy characters and chaos. Katrina Kaif, Ishaan Khatter and Siddhant Chaturvedi come together for this horror-comedy film guaranteed to give you goosebumps and giggles.

Release date: 4 November

 

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Mili (Netflix)

Meet Mili, a young nurse who finds herself in an icy situation with her sights set on survival. Janhvi Kapoor is joined by Sunny Kaushal and Manoj Pahwa in this thrilling remake of the 2019 Malayalam film Helen sure to keep you on the edge of your seats.

Release date: 4 November

 

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Double XL (in cinemas)

Follow the journey of two ‘plus-sized’ women in this feel-good film. It stars a glorious cast with Sonakshi Sinha and Huma Qureshi playing the leads. Hailing from Meerut and New Delhi respectively, they battle the beauty standards of Indian society.

Release date: 4 November

 

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Banaras (in cinemas)

An upcoming Kannada film that takes you to through the streets of Banaras, this love letter to the City of Lights depicts the mysterious romance of Dhani and Sidharth. Zaid Khan and Sonal Monteiro are paired together in this film full of love and local culture, sure to melt the hearts of many.

Release date: 4 November

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Breathe: Into the Shadows season 2 (Amazon Prime)

Although the first season received mixed reviews (one reviewer even described it as ‘inept’) psychological crime thriller Breathe: Into the Shadows returns for a hopeful second season, once again starring Abhishek Bachchan and Amit Sadh, and new entrant Naveen Kasturia as Victor. Will they be able to redeem themselves this time around?

Release date: 9 November

Uunchai (in cinemas)

This adventure through Everest is one not to be missed! A star cast set on a physical and spiritual journey, Amitabh Bachchan, Anupam Kher and Boman Irani show us they’re not slowing down anytime soon with this fulfilling story of freedom.

Release date: 11 November

 

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Yashoda (in cinemas)

Samantha Ruth Prabhu returns in this Telugu sci-fi thriller as surrogate mother who uncovers the shady reality of the realm she is part of.

Release date: 11 November

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Thai Massage (in cinemas)

This quirky entertainer takes us to Thailand as Gajraj Rao leads this satirical comedy as a 70-year-old man who wants to feel young again. Imtiaz Ali produces this lighthearted story promising to bring you lots of laughs.

Release date: 11 November

 

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Mister Mummy (in cinemas)

A laughter riot awaits you as beloved Bollywood couple Genelia D’Souza and Riteish Deshmukh come together as we see them on silver screen again after 10 years. Brace yourselves for this unique comedy that delves into the ups-and-downs of becoming parents, full of surprises for the whole family.

Release date: 11 November

 

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Rocket Gang (in cinemas)

This film will get your feet tapping as dancer-turned-director Bosco Leslie Martis brings his moves to the big screen. A horror-comedy at heart, Aditya Seal and Nikita Dutta star alongside a cast of young dancers set to take the stage with some spectacular skills.

Release date: 11 November

 

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Monica, O My Darling (Netflix)

King of contemporary Hindi cinema Rajkummar Rao is back in this neo-noir film depicting a diabolical plan filled with crime and comedy. Huma Qureshi and Radhika Apte also grace this thriller that follows a young man trying to pull off the perfect crime with a far from perfect journey.

Release date: 11 November

 

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Drishyam 2 (in cinemas)

This highly anticipated sequel that has given a Hindi spin to a Malayalam hit is finally coming to screens near you. Ajay Devgan returns in this intense crime drama opposite Akshaye Khanna as a cop who seeks out to solve the case that Devgan’s character was tangled in the first film.

Release date: 18 November

 

Bhediya (in cinemas)

Hindi cinema will be howling with this horror-comedy set to hit screens with star cast Varun Dhawan, Kriti Sanon, Deepak Dobriyal and Abhishek Banerjee. With Bollywood’s recent success with horror-comedy blockbusters, the makers of Stree and Roohi bring to you a terrifying tale with a desi twist.

Release date: 25 November

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Khakhee: The Bihar Chapter (Netflix)

Were you craving a new crime-drama on Netflix after offerings like Delhi Crime and Indian Predator? Look no further than this series, created and written by Neeraj Pandey (the director of A Wednesday and Special 26). In this series, a cop finds himself embroiled in the corrupt underbelly of Bihar when pursuing a merciless criminal.

Release date: 25 November

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Romesh Ranganathan: The Cynic (Netflix)

The Sri Lankan origin comic from Britain, who you might remember for his self-deprecating and deadpan comedy, is all set to grace the small screen in his first Netflix stand-up special. He returns to his hometown of Crawley to riff on Piers Morgan, racism in football, and veganism, among his many other rants.

Release date: 29 November

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