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Movies in 2017 were amazing and bad. This is we have movies from all shades of the rainbow .Here are the top 10 movies coming this year to the theaters near you.Also check our top 10 Games coming this year.

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Vodka Diaries is an Indian thriller film set in contemporary Manali. The story revolves around a club called Vodka Diaries, where few murders have happened and ACP Ashwini Dixit is investigating them. Vodka diaries is being directed by Ad film maker Kushal Srivastava under the banner of K’Scope Entertainment Pvt.Ltd. & Vishalraj Films & Production Pvt.Ltd.

The trailer of Bhaagamathie begins as a romantic film set in a village backdrop marked by lush green fields. Anushka Shetty plays the role of an IAS officer, who is falling for a village leader played by Unni Mukundan. But, soon the trailer turns into a nightmare, when a handful of politicians and police officers decide to take now former IAS officer (Anushka) out of her prison and throw her into a house, which is haunted by Bhaagamathie’s spirit.

The makers of ‘PadMan’ have said the film’s January 25 release date will not change amid speculation that Sanjay Leela Bhansali-directed ‘Padmavat’ may hit theatres the same day.
B-town is abuzz that ‘Padmavat’, which has been making headlines due to its plot line, is set to release on January 25 – the same day as the Akshay Kumar-starrer ‘PadMan’.

Abhishekta Bhargav (Pawan Kalyan) is the ‘prince in exile’ brought up without the greed of a materialistic life. The first son of Govinda Bhargav/Vinda (Boman Irani) and the apple of his stepmother Indrani’s (Kushboo) eye, he is forced to come out of hiding when his father and younger brother are murdered in cold blood.

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Jai Simha is an energetic movie with action violence and drama enough you entertain. Jai Simha might lack catchy music but it does make it up with its powerful performance by Bala Krishna Nandamuri and other actors.
Jai Simha doesn’t disappoint unlike other Sankranti movies this year, Jai Simha has heavy action sequences.

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