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Over the years, South movies have developed a loyal fanbase with incredible scripts and laud-worthy acting. Here are the best Malayalam movies.

7 Malayalam Movies That Are a Must Watch For Every Cinema Lover

Over the years, South movies have developed a loyal fanbase with incredible scripts and laud-worthy acting. With so many amazing movies releasing every month, it’s difficult for anyone to choose a favourite. And we’re not just talking about movies starring mega stars like Mohanlal, Mammootty and others. A Malayalam cinema lover equally supports and loves a film by a new face if it deserves the praises.

Today, we’ll be talking about 7 films available across various OTT platforms, from different genres, that are a must watch for every movie buff.

  • Hridayam

Starring Pranav Mohanlal, Kalyani Priyadarshan and Darshana Rajendran in lead roles, Hridayam is a coming-of-age drama that follows Arun Neelakandan throughout his college life and into adulthood. If you’re looking for a light-hearted film with just the right amount of drama, then this Vineeth Sreenivasan directorial is perfect for you.

Streaming on: Disney+ Hotstar

  • Chathur Mukham

Chathur Mukham starring Manju Warrier in the lead role was promoted as Malayalam cinema’s first techno-horror film. Staying true to its genre, it focuses on the eerie, paranormal activities that start in Tejhaswini’s life with the arrival of a new phone. Will she be able to find a solution to these other-worldly problems with the help of science? Watch to find out.

Streaming on: ZEE5

  • Operation Java

What starts off as two young engineering graduates trying to find a job, quickly turns into a gripping tale of the young men joining hands with the cybercrime department to unearth a piracy case. The film very realistically portrays the situation of unemployed youth and that itself is one of the many reasons you should watch it.

Streaming on: ZEE5

  • The Great Indian Kitchen

Slavery of women in Indian households isn’t a new concept. However, the way The Great Indian Kitchen portrays it is truly worth a watch. You see a newly married woman struggle her way through the new household while your blood boils for her. The film takes many risks fighting social stigma, even on controversial topics like the debate of women being allowed in Sabarimala temple.

Streaming on: Neestream & Amazon Prime Video

  • Salute

SI Aravind Karunakaran played by Dulquer Salman is an idealistic police officer who gets coerced into fabricating evidence along with his colleagues to solve a case. On knowing that an innocent has been punished, Aravin sets out to rectify his mistakes. But will he be able to do so in time? Will his colleagues let him come clean? Watch Salute to know.

Streaming on: Sony LIV

  • Irul

Irul translates to darkness and the film stands true to its title. This crime thriller starring Fahadh Faasil keeps you guessing right till the very end of the film. The film is said to be based on a real-life serial killer and that makes it all the more interesting.

Streaming on: Netflix

  • Moothon

Moothon starring Nivin Pauly in the lead role revolves around Mulla, a 14-year-old orphan, who travels to Mumbai in search of his elder brother, Akbar aka his Moothon. What unravels throughout his journey in the underbelly of Mumbai is definitely worth a watch.

Streaming on: ZEE5

Did you watch them all? Think some other movies deserve a spot on this list? Let us know!

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