March 2024 South Indian Cinema's Theatrical Releases: From Tollywood to Kollywood Striking Films Awaiting in the Upcoming Month!

Get ready for an exciting March as South Indian cinemas gear up to release a diverse range of films, from thrilling adventures to heartwarming dramas. Check out the ensemble listicle below.

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As March approaches, South Indian cinema enthusiasts are gearing up for a spectacular lineup of theatrical movies coming from different parts of South India. From Tollywood, Kollywood, and Mollywood to Sandalwood, here’s a list of compelling stories coming up from different South Indian film industries set to release in theatres in March 2024. From thrilling mysteries to heartwarming dramas, March promises to offer a diverse range of entertainment options for viewers.



1. Operation Valentine – 1st March

Starring Varun Tej and Manushi Chhillar, this film is a thrilling tale of skilled fighter pilots embarking on a daring mission for the Indian Air Force. Inspired by real-life events, the movie promises to showcase themes of courage and patriotism.


2. Gaami – 8th March

Vishwak Sen stars in this edge-of-the-seat adventure drama as an Aghora, a wounded hero embarking on a mystical journey into the deep Himalayas to find a cure. Directed by debutant Vidyadhar Kagita, 'Gaami' is set to offer a unique and gripping narrative.


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3. Bhimaa – 8th March


Directed by A. Harsha, 'Bhimaa' is a fantasy action-drama starring Gopichand as a police officer. The story revolves around a conflict centred on a Parasuram temple, with Gopichand's character fighting to protect it and its people from destruction.

4. Double Ismart – 8th March


Directed by Puri Jagannadh, this much-awaited sequel stars Ram Pothineni and features Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt. The film follows the story of an assassin whose memories are transplanted into a dead police officer's brain, leading to unexpected twists and turns.

5. Razakar – 15th March


Set against the backdrop of the Hyderabad Liberation Movement of 1948, 'Razakar' captures the struggles of the people of Andhra Pradesh as they fight to reclaim their religion and identity in the face of military and political oppression.

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6. Lucky Bhaskar – 15th March

Directed by Venky Atluri and starring Dulquer Salmaan, 'Lucky Bhaskar' narrates the captivating journey of an ordinary man as he discovers triumphs in his life. The film is set to offer a blend of entertainment and heartfelt storytelling.

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7. Tillu Square – 28th March

The highly anticipated sequel to DJ Tillu, 'Tillu Square,' is set to release on 28th March, promising an extra dose of entertainment. Directed by Mallik Ram, the film follows Tillu as his life takes a dramatic turn following a mysterious murder, offering a blend of romance, crime, and comedy.


1. Por – 1st March

'Por' revolves around the rivalry between two best friends, which escalates when students from their college clash over a cultural festival. The film promises to light up the screen with its vibrant portrayal of college life and friendship.

2. Mangai – 1st March

'Mangai' follows strangers Aadavan and Mangai as they travel together in a car, facing unexpected incidents fueled by love and lust. The film is set to offer a mix of drama and suspense, making it a compelling watch.

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3. J Baby – 8th March

Touted as an emotional family drama with humour, 'J Baby' focuses on the tale of motherhood as a son searches for his lost mother. The film promises to deliver a touching narrative that resonates with audiences.

4. Rebel – 22nd March

Set in 1980s Kerala, 'Rebel' features GV Prakash and Mamitha Baiju as college students in a story based on real-life incidents. The film promises to highlight the protagonist's fight for Tamil and the challenges he faces in the process.

5. The Boys – 23rd March

Directed by Santhosh Peter Jayakumar, 'The Boys' is an adult Tamil movie starring Santhosh Peter Jayakumar and Redin Kingsley. The film promises an intriguing narrative that explores complex themes and characters.


1. Once Upon a Time in Kochi – 1st March

Directed by Nadirshah, this comedy-drama focuses on people who engage in wrongdoing at night. Starring Arjun Ashokan and Shine Tom Chacko, the film is set to offer a mix of comedy and drama, promising an entertaining watch.

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2. Thankamani – 8th March

'Thankamani' explores an incident that occurred in the village of Thankamany on October 21, 1986, sparked by a dispute over a bus service. Starring Dileep as Abel Joshua Mathan, the film promises to deliver a gripping narrative based on true events.

3. Aadujeevitham (The Goat Life) – 28th March

Based on the novel by Benyamin, 'Aadujeevitham' stars Prithviraj Sukumaran as Najeeb, a Malayali immigrant labourer forced into slavery as a goatherd in Saudi Arabia. The film promises to offer a poignant and thought-provoking narrative.

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1. Churmuri – 1st March

Directed by Krishna Udupi, 'Churmuri' is a stirring drama that follows three friends from a small town as they embark on a journey to trace a missing friend from their school days. The film promises to offer a mix of emotions and a compelling storyline.

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2. Blink – 8th March

Directed by Bengaluru Srinidhi, 'Blink' is a sci-fi venture that follows Apoorva as he discovers his father's hidden existence, setting off on a surreal journey for truth amid replicas and cryptic motives. The film promises to offer a unique and engaging narrative.

3. Yuva – 28th March

Directed by Santhosh Ananddram, 'Yuva' is an action-packed drama that delves into the narrative of a restrained young man who refrains from conflict initiation. Starring Yuva Rajkumar, the film promises to deliver a gripping tale of courage and determination.

With such a diverse and exciting lineup of films, March 2024 promises to be an exhilarating month for South Indian cinema fans. From action-packed thrillers to emotional dramas, there's something for everyone to look forward to. So mark your calendars and get ready to experience the magic of South Indian cinema on the big screen!

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