Master, Aspirants, Karnan: IMDb releases list of 10 most popular titles of 2021 so far


IMDb has unveiled its list of the most popular Indian movies and net sequence of the yr so far. The list options titles launched between January 1, 2021 and June 3, 2021, and is ‘based on IMDbPro data on the page views of IMDb users in India’. While Vijay’s film Master is on the No 1 place, TVF net sequence Aspirants follows shut behind within the list. Other net exhibits within the list embrace November Story and Maharani. Interestingly, none of the Bollywood movies launched this yr have discovered a spot within the high 10.

Here are the 10 most popular titles of 2021 so far:

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1. Master (Amazon Prime Video)

‘Thalapathy’ Vijay stars as an alcoholic professor despatched to a juvenile faculty, the place he clashes with the inmates and administration. In his overview of Master, (*10*).com’s Manoj Kumar R wrote, “Master is the most fun, sensible, enjoyable and good looking movie that Vijay has done in a long time.”

2. Aspirants (TVF and YouTube)

Starring Naveen Kasturia, Abhilash Thapliyal, Sunny Hinduja and Shivankit Parihar, Aspirants revolves round UPSC aspirants who typically spend years learning for the civil companies examination.

3. The White Tiger (Netflix)

Starring Adarsh Gourav, Priyanka Chopra and Rajkummar Rao within the lead roles, The White Tiger revolves round a younger boy who makes use of his wit to flee poverty. While on a job as a driver with an Indian couple, he’s requested to make a serious sacrifice, which leads him to take issues into his personal palms. The movie not solely received a nod at BAFTA, however Adarsh Gourav was additionally nominated in the perfect actor class.

4. Drishyam 2 (Amazon Prime Video)

Jeethu Joseph directorial Drishyam 2 stars Mohanlal, Meena, Ansiba Hassan, Esther Anil, Murali Gopy, Saikumar and Asha Sarath. In her overview of Drishyam 2, The Indian Express movie critic Shubhra Gupta wrote, “It’s not easy to craft murder-mystery sequels. ‘Drishyam 2’ jumps over the familiarity hurdle by broadening its ambit on crime and punishment. If the victim was not a ‘good’ person, does the killing carry as much weight? Equally, can terminating a life, even if accidental, ever be justified? ‘Drishyam 2’ is a solid, satisfying sequel.”

5. November Story (Disney Plus Hotstar)

Tamannaah Bhatia made her digital debut with November Story. In the present, Tamannaah performs Anuradha whose father Ganesan (GM Kumar), a celebrated crime novelist affected by Alzheimer’s, is discovered at a homicide scene with no reminiscence of what occurred. Will she handle to save lots of him types the crux of the Tamil net sequence.

6. Karnan (Amazon Prime Video)

In Karnan, Dhanush performs a fearless teenager preventing for the rights of his individuals. In his overview of Karan, (*10*).com’s Manoj Kumar R wrote, “Karnan needs to be experienced emotionally and visually. It is an approximation of generations of sufferings of people, who have been subjected to unspeakable atrocities owing to where they belong in the caste hierarchy.”

7. Vakeel Saab (Amazon Prime Video)

Pawan Kalyan stepped into the sneakers of megastar Amitabh Bachchan for the Telugu remake of critically acclaimed Bollywood film Pink. The movie additionally starred Nivetha Thomas, Anjali, Ananya Nagalla, Prakash Raj and Shruti Haasan.

8. Maharani (Sony Liv)

The political drama set in Bihar chronicles the journey of a easy housewife Rani Bharti (Huma Qureshi), who’s made the chief minister of the state. Apart from coping with shrewd politicians, Rani additionally fights patriarchy.

9. Krack (Aha)

The run-of-the-mill cop drama Krack follows Veera Shankar (Ravi Teja), a hot-headed police officer, who takes on gangster Katari Krishna (Samuthirakani). Krack was Ravi Teja’s third collaboration with Gopichand Malineni after Don Seenu and Balupu.

In her overview of The Great Indian Kitchen, The Indian Express movie critic Shubhra Gupta wrote, “Last night, I watched a film which didn’t feel like a film at all. It felt like real life. The people in the frame felt like people I have known, and felt for, even though I had never set my eyes on the characters played by Nimisha Sajayan and Suraj Vejaramood. The Great Indian Kitchen has gone straight to the top of my best films, the ones that stay with you long after you’ve seen them.”


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