Movies Releasing this Friday, November, 22, 2019Sivaranjani Soundarjan (Author) Published Date : Nov 29, 2019 13:46 IST
November month-end releasing movies this Friday 22,2019.
Welcoming weekends with movies never get bored anytime. Fridays are special for the movie freaks because of the new release flicks. This November 22 comes with a mixed package of love, action, horror, societal film to entertain the audiences.
Enai Nokki Paayum Thotta: Facing several release issues finally GVM-Dhanush combo of love, confrontation, desperation, and beast mode drama Enai Nokki Paayum Thotta blocks date on Friday, November 22 this weekend. The movie is starring Megha Akash, Sunaina, Sasikumar in the lead roles under the banner of Ondraaga Entertainment and Vels International. Audiences doubting still in the release of ENPT, crew actors touting the movie is at full swing. The movie also releases in Telugu as "Thoota" and songs by Darbuka Siva already run effortlessly among fans.
Adutha Saattai: A sequel to Saattai starring Samuthrakani and Athulya Ravi in the lead role titled Adutha Saattai is in the lineup for release to hit the silver screens. Bankrolled by 11: 11 Productions and Naadodigal company, the movie plots about the education system practiced in India. The Societal drama rolls up under the direction of M.Anbazhagan being music composed by Justin Prabhakaran.
Damayanthi: Horror-comedy film starring Radhika Kumaraswamy in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Hindi, Kannada, based on a myth directed by Navarasan is all set to feel us weird this weekend. Produced by Sri Lakshmi Vrushadhri Productions, Vishal's father GK Reddy plays a lead role in the mythological drama.
Market Raja MBBS: Bigg Boss season 1 title winner Arav debuts in the Tamil cinema industry as "Market Raja MBBS."The film directed by Saran casts Nikesha Patel alongside under the banner of Surabi films. Arav proving his character to the world through BB, is now gearing up with this film to become a promising actor. The film dates the screen on November 22, Friday.
Hotel Mumbai: The real incident of the Taj attack based film "Hotel Mumbai" sets its release with a bulk of films this Friday in dubbed versions of all South Indian languages. Despite world premieres followed by early releases in Australia and the United States, Hotel Mumbai blocks November 22 for its attack in Indian languages. It is directed by Anthony Maras, the film banners under the combination of American-Australian-Indian productions.