Popular Tamil Movies To Add To Your Watchlist This Year

The Tamil film industry, also called Kollywood, has consistently attracted attention from across the country. Recently, they have produced several hits that have become incredibly popular worldwide. Tamil cinema, unquestionably one of the best film industries, has recently made several critically acclaimed films. Here are the top five Tamil movies of the year, all of which deserve praise.

Ponniyin Selvan: I

Mani Ratnam accomplishes the unthinkable with his film adaptation of Ponniyin Selvan’s classic novel, presenting enough thrills, intrigue, and drama to keep you pinned. The excellent writing makes up for the audience’s lack of more entertaining moments. The two-part movie Ponniyin Selvan stars renowned actors in a variety of roles. They are Vikram, Jayaram, Trisha, Karthi, Jayam Ravi, Prakash Raj, and Nasser.

  • Mudhal Nee Mudivum Nee

Mudhal Nee Mudivum Nee

Mudhal Nee Mudivum Nee (MNMM), a drama about coming-of-age, is directed by Darbuka Siva. It is Siva’s first movie. Kishen Das and Meetha Raghunath are among the newcomers in its cast. The film won praise from critics for its story, which focused on a few teenagers attending a Catholic school in the 1990s and their difficulties. You can watch the movie on ZEE5.

  • Vikram


Vikram, made by Raaj Kamal Films International, quickly ascended to the list of the highest-grossing Tamil films ever. Written and directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj, this action-thriller movie is a complete masterpiece. Written and directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj, this action-thriller movie is an absolute masterpiece. Kamal Haasan, Vijay Sethupathi, Fahadh Faasil, Kalidas Jayaram, Narain, and Chemban Vinod Jose appear in the film, and Suriya makes a brief cameo. Vikram, which debuted on June 3, 2022, was filmed throughout Tamil Nadu, including Karaikudi, Chennai, Pondicherry, and Coimbatore.

  • Beast


Tamil cinema enjoyed a successful year in 2022. Beast, starring Vijay and Pooja Hegde, made it onto the list of the highest-grossing Tamil movies of 2022. The film, directed by Nelson, revolves around a spy who frees hostages being held hostage in a mall by a group of terrorists. The choreography for the action scenes in “Beast” was impressive. It’s encouraging to see a famous actor like Vijay take on unconventional roles like JD in “Master” and Veera in Beast.

  • Gargi


This is among the latest Tamil movies that came out. Gargi is a hard-hitting, unsettling drama by Gautham Ramachandran about a daughter’s struggle for justice, in which Sai Pallavi gives one of the most moving performances by a mainstream heroine in recent memory. When one of the family members is the main suspect in a rape case, Gargi looks at it from a psychological standpoint.

  • Valimai


Another Tamil blockbuster was produced due to the collaboration between South superstar Ajith Kumar, Karthikeya, and Huma Qureshi on an entertaining action thriller. A group of illegal bikers is the main focus of the movie’s plot, which revolves around an IPS officer who is determined to stop them from committing more crimes in his area.

  • Thiruchitrambalam


Thiruchitrambalam, a witty romantic comedy starring Dhanush, was the ideal diversion from all the action and drama. The film’s compelling story is about a young man named Thiruchitrambalam and his relationship with his father. The film received praise for the lead actors’ strong performances, which immediately connected with the audience. The movie was a huge success worldwide and is regarded as Dhanush’s highest-grossing movie.

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