Top 06 Thriller Movies Resembling KGF


With Vikram, Lokesh Kanagaraj’s vision of creating an entire universe based on his flicks is realized. The film picks up where Kaithi leaves off. Two expensive medicine canisters disappear. Pablo Escobar, Santhanam (Vijay), the local, is determined to find it. A gang of masked assassins is murdering victims who have a common trait in the midst of this. The drama starts when the cops appoint a shadow gang to track them down.

Vikram Vedha

The movie follows the format of “Baital Pachisi,” which tells the story of a Bhairava, a celestial spirit named Vedha, who quizzes a smart king named Vikram. If Vikram answers incorrectly, he will be further away from capturing the “master of chaos.” Vikram (Saif Ali Khan) is hunting for Vedha (Hrithik Roshan).

Similar to Betaal, even Vikram becomes entangled in Vedha’s complicated web of questions after meeting him. Vedha would eventually succeed in eliminating Vikram, but he continues to sow doubt in the’saint’ cop’s head. The entire film revolves around how, at the conclusion of his third story, things take an entirely different path.

Gangs Of Wasseypur

The movie opens with the opening sequence of the once-famous daily soap opera Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, in typical mind-boggling Anurag Kashyap fashion. The coal industry has made Bihar and later Jharkhand rich, but the mining mafia is holding the region hostage.Trains are looted by Shahid Khan (Jaideep Ahlawat), posing as the notorious dacoit Sultana Daku. When the enraged Sultana discovers out, Shahid is banished from the hamlet and ends himself living underground in a coal mine. Shahid’s wife passes away during childbirth, but he is unable to witness her final moments because to the ruthless mafia that forbids mine workers from leaving.

Shahid meets his demise at the hands of his master, even though he is later employed by the cunning mining owner Ramadhir Singh (Tigmanshu Dhulia).Sardar Khan, played by Manoj Bajpayee, is taken to safety by Shahid’s son Farhan (Piyush Mishra). Sardar returns to his native land and challenges Ramadhir’s rule after promising to exact revenge for the death of his father. Despite having a furious wife named Najma (Richa Chadda) on one side, Sardar ultimately develops feelings for Durga (Reemma Sen). Ramadhir wants to terminate his reign as well, even as he attempts to give each wife some time. The remainder of the narrative centers on how Sardar’s sons, Danish Khan and Faizal Khan (Nawazuddin Siddiqui), assume power.

Pushpa: The Rise

It begins with the climax—well, not exactly, but that’s what the background narration suggests—as we discover that newlywed men in Japan customarily present their spouses with pricey presents. A musical instrument crafted from red sandalwood is one such present that is displayed, leading us to learn of its illegal importation from India. Back home, Pushpa (Allu Arjun), who has the inflated ego of a lunatic king, is a laborer employed to extract Red Sandalwood. Like most of our heroes, Pushpa hopes to rise to prominence in the future.

With a dream, guts, and a cocked shoulder, Pushpa joins Konda Reddy’s (Ajay Ghosh) gang to establish his mettle. By being himself, he climbs the ladder of success and renown and draws far too many attention, including that of the police. In order to get to the kingpin, Pushpa attempts to outmaneuver the current crime lords. Along the way, he meets Fahadh Faasil’s (Fahadh Singh Shekhawat), a similarly insane IPS officer, and that’s where this delightful mayhem ends (or begins).


While everyone on the planet is rejoicing over the current “Barbenheimer” phenomena, another intriguing movie office competition is underway. Yes, we are discussing the fight between Rangasthalam and KGF in Japanese theaters. Unexpectedly, the Ram Charan film is gaining more traction than the Yash-led series. To learn more, continue reading!

For those who do not know, Rangasthalam was a great commercial hit at the Indian box office when it was released in 2018. Following a resounding run in theaters, the movie became an OTT favorite and a contemporary classic thanks to television screenings. But nobody ever anticipated being able to compete at the Japanese box office against a major player like KGF.

Rocketry: The Nambi Effect

The seasoned rocket scientist Nambi Narayanan is well-known to most of us thanks to his work on Mission Mangal (2013) and the previous controversy surrounding him. Madhavan’s invention allows us to glimpse the human inside him, something none of us ever bothered to see.

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