9 months ago | BY Ruhi Baweja

Movies that we can’t wait to watch in 2018 

There’s possibly nothing better than getting into some comfy ‘jams and going to watch a movie for a nice unwinding sesh. It’s almost comforting to leave your brain at home and enjoy a mindless movie.

But that’s not what we’re here for today. This year is supposed to be bringing us some cinematic brilliance, and honestly, we can’t wait. 

Here’s a list of films we can’t wait to watch in 2018. 

Dhadak 4

With Sridevi’s daughter Jhanvi Kapoor debuting in this film, it’s loosely based on the Marathi Film, Sairat. It’s meant to be a love story between two cuties who are being kept apart by their families because they belong to different castes/economic pockets. #SameStoryDifferentDay except, we’re hopeful that the debutants show up on the scene with next level acting skills. 

Pari 5

Produced by Anushka Sharma… Kohli? She’s starring in this very promising looking horror film. We think we can collectively come to the conclusion that Bollywood has not done a good job with horror in the past years, but somehow we’re still a little optimistic about this one. #BooYoureBored


We’re not a 100% about this one, ‘cuz it seems like the child of all of Salman Khan’s copy movies which were definitely entertaining, but didn’t particularly need cognitive coordination. Still, we’re looking forward to Ranveer Singh spewing energy and hormones all over the place. #AlwaysExtra

Veere Di Wedding 3

Taking hints from the name, we’re guessing this movie revolves around a wedding? And by the look of the styling and aesthetic, VDW might be an alt-edgy film about a not-mainstream wedding. Either way, this one’s definitely on the list of “movies we can’t miss” ‘cuz we really really deeply and truly love Bebo and wouldn’t miss her in action. #ShaadiSeason 


Meant to be a biographical film on Jhansi Ki Rani (Queen of Jhansi), we can’t wait to see Kangana Ranaut play the role she was born for. The film revolved around the life of Rani Laxmibai and her war against the British East India Company.


With a really interesting cast, this film is based on the relationship between a mentor and a prodigè. Starring Sidharth Malhotra, Naseeruddin Shah, Manoj Bajpayee and Rakul Preet from the South, we hope this one’s going to be one for the books. Not sure if the relationship hints #Taboo or not. #YouDoYou