Japan, Dhruva Natchathiram Upcoming Movies in November 2023: Tamil lovers will watch an interesting line-up of movies this month. Here are other movies coming out in November.
Updated October 26, 2023 | 08:37 AM IST
Upcoming Tamil Movies 2023: Vikram’s Dhruva Natchathiram finally releases in November
Tamil Film lovers are all set to be entertained with a good line-up of movies hitting the theaters this November. Last month Vijay’s Leo ruled the box office, fans loved the action entertainer. In November, Tamil cinema lovers will be treated to a few more action-packed films. Here’s what’s coming in November.
Japan (November 12)
Directed by Raju Murugan, Japan sees Karthi playing the role of a thief in the film. Japan marks Karthi’s 25th film. Anu Emmanuel plays the female lead, while the supporting cast includes Sunil, Vijay Milton and Bava Chelladurai. Theatrical rights of the Telugu version have been bought by Annapurna Studios and will hit the theaters on the same date as the Tamil version.
Raid (November 12)
Directed by debutant director Karthi, Raid features Vikram Prabhu and Sri Dhivya in lead roles. The dialogues have been penned by director Muthaiya, who has worked with Vikram Prabhu in Pulikuthi Pandi. The film is said to be a remake of the super hit Kannada film Tagaru which starred Shivarajkumar and Dhananjaya.
Jigarthanda Double X (November 11)
Jigarthanda Double X, the much-awaited sequel to director Karthik Subbaraj’s hit gangster drama Jigarthanda will release this month, clashing with Japan and Raid. Jigarthanda Double X, has SJ Suryah and Raghava Lawrence, in the lead.
Dhruva Natsatiram (November 24)
Dhruva Natchathiram, one of director Gautham Menon and Vikram’s much awaited project is finally expected to hit the big screens on November 24. The cast includes Ritu Varma, Simran, Raadhika, Dhivya Darshini and Vamshi Krishnm Jailer. Vinayakan plays the antagonist
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