Malayalam movie industry has produced some good movies to watch them again and again. And OTT platforms are providing an opportunity to enjoy the best of Malayalam film industry anytime and anywhere.
1. Varane Avashyamundu (Netflix)
Story of a single mother of a grown-up daughter falling in love with her neighbour who happens to a retired army officer but has grumpy behavior. Shobana and Suresh Gopi are in main leads.
2. Kappela (Netflix)
A wrongly dialled phone number connects Jessy, a well-settled girl, with a rickshaw driver and they both fall in love. But the story becomes a thriller when they plan to meet.
3. Trance (Amazon Prime)
The most awaited movie of last year, it narrates the story of a young motivational speaker working as a pastor for a multinational company’s scam. It shows money swindling in the name of faith in the society.
4. Ayyappanum Koshiyum (Amazon Prime)
The movie cleaves the futility of male ego through a battle of powerplay between a cop and a rich planter. And it starts with a minor fracas. Biju Menon and Prithviraj Sukumaran are in the lead roles.
5. Unda (Amazon Prime)
A group of Kerala cops is sent to the Maoist belt in Chhattisgarh on election duty where they face a surprise attack by Maoists and left defenceless without enough armoury.
6. Lucifer (Amazon Prime)
It is a family political drama where a veteran political leader dies without naming his successor what provides his children an opportunity to enter the lucrative field. Also, there is a powerful villain for enough action and drama.
7. Helen (Amazon Prime)
A student nurse and a part-time worker at a food-joint decides to stay longer at work after a spat with her father but ends up locking in the cold storage. Rest of the movie is about her struggle to survive in the freezer.
8. Moothon (Zee5)
It is the story of gay love but beautifully portrayed to make it a treat for eyes. The story revolves around Akbar who comes to Mumbai in search for a good life but ends up becoming a don.
9. Android Kunjappan Version 2.55 (Amazon Prime)
A man gifts a robot to his elderly widowed father but soon realizes that his father has become more depending on the robot instead of him. It is a humours story showing a bond between man and machine.
10. Driving Licence (Amazon Prime)
A superstar has an unfortunate misunderstanding leading to a battle of egos with one of his fans. And both have reasons to stick to their grounds.