Top 20 Movies on Zee5 2023 [Recently Updated]

Top 20 Movies on Zee5 2023: Millions of people in India use Zee5, making it one of the most popular over-the-top (OTT) services there is. They offer a diverse selection of content and entertainment that people of all ages, including children and adults, can enjoy. You also have the option to choose from a comprehensive range of languages catered specifically to your needs. We have put together a list of what we believe to be the top 15 movies on Zee5 that are currently popular on the site and that you will love watching. Watching one of these incredible movies on Zee5 is the perfect way to get ready for a fun weekend with your loved ones, and it’s only available on Zee5!

Top Movies on Zee5

S.NoMovie NameLanguageYear
1Seven PsychopathsEnglish2012
3Vikrant RonaKannada2022
4Karthikeya 2Telugu2022
6The Kashmir FilesHindi2022
7Dream GirlHindi2019
9Vikram VedhaTamil2017
10Parmanu: The Story of PokhranHindi2018
11 Uri: The Surgical Strike Hindi 2019
12 24 Tamil 2016
13 Gentleman Telugu 2016
14 Okkadu Telugu 2003
15 Lost Hindi 2023
16 Janhit Mein Jaari Hindi 2022
17 Geetha Govindam Telugu 2018
18 Raanjhanaa Hindi 2013
19 Neninthe Telugu2008 
20 Dhuruvangal Pathinaaru Tamil 2016

1- Seven Psychopaths

Starring: Colin Farrell, Sam Rockwell, Woody Harrelson and others

Directed by: Martin McDonagh

IMDb: 7.1

Story: In Martin McDonagh’s grim comedy, three pals (Colin Farrell, Christopher Walken, and Sam Rockwell) abduct a violent L.A. gangster Shih Tzu. Marty (Farrell), an aspiring screenwriter, has a great screenplay called Seven Psychopaths, but he’s generally too hungover to write it. Nevertheless, Billy arrives with a lovely Shih Tzu stolen from a quick-tempered thug (Harrelson) and a desperate excursion into the desert sparks Marty’s creativity.

2- RRR

Starring: N. T. Rama Rao Jr., Ram Charan, Ajay Devgn, Alia Bhatt, and others

Directed by: S. S. Rajamouli

IMDb: 7.9

Story: British governor Scott Buxton and his wife Catherine kidnap Malli, a young tribal girl, against her mother’s wishes. Rama Raju, a British army cop from India, is ruthless to revolutionary Indians but never gets his due. The British administration discovers that tribal Komaram Bheem, who considers Malli his sister, has begun searching for her and may pose a threat to the troops. The governor and his wife offer a special position to any officer who brings Bheem. Rama Raju swears to bring him in dead or alive.

3- Vikrant Rona

Starring: Sudeep, Nirup Bhandari, Neetha Ashok, Jacqueline Fernandez, and others

Directed by: Anup Bhandari

IMDb: 7.0

Story: Inspector Vikrant Rona (Sudeep) arrives in Kamarottu to unravel a string of murders, including the police inspector. Vikrant Rona, a cigar-smoking swag inspector, can fight an army and speak little. He reminds us of Clint Eastwood in Westerns when his whistle is scarier than the settlement. We discover at Kamarottu that a family committed suicide after being accused of stealing a god’s jewelry from the local temple. Who’s killing? Purpose? Can Vikrant Rona solve this complex case?

4- Karthikeya 2

Starring: Nikhil Siddhartha, Anupama Parameswaran, Anupam Kher, and others

Directed by: Chandoo Mondeti

IMDb: 8.0

Story: Young Dr. Karthikeya Kumaraswamy studies new stuff. A doctor who believes in myths and stories unless proven otherwise. He visits Dwarka with his mother (Tulsi) and buddy Ravi (Satya). He investigates an archaeological researcher’s murder in Dwarka. Why did atheist Kartikeya visit Dwarka? Kartikeya’s Dwarka conditions? How did he get involved in the Dwarka murder case? Why did the Dwarka Abhira tribe pursue Kartikeya? Dwarka’s relationship with Mugdha (Anupama Parameswaran)?

5- Jhund

Starring:  Amitabh Bachchan, Akash Thosar, Rinku Rajguru, Ankush Gedam, and others

Directed by: Nagraj Manjule

IMDb: 7.4

Story: Jhund opens with Manjule showing us the slum-dwellers of Gaddigodam, Nagpur, who live hand-to-mouth. The kids steal chains and sell illegal alcohol. Some gamble and fight in street battles when not using narcotics. Vijay Borade (Amitabh Bachchan), St. John’s School’s sports coach and social worker, is retiring. On a rainy day, he sees a bunch of slum kids playing football with a plastic barrel and realizes he can use their hidden potential to help them avoid crime and addiction.

6- The Kashmir Files

Starring: Mithun Chakraborty, Anupam Kher, Darshan Kumar, Pallavi Joshi, and others

Directed by: Vivek Agnihotri

IMDb: 8.7

Story: The story follows the journey of a young Kashmiri man named Krishna Pandit, played by Darshan Kumar, who was forced to leave his hometown when he was just a baby. He has moved to Delhi in order to pursue his higher education there. After the murder of his son, grandson, and daughter-in-law at the hands of the terrorists, Krishna is currently living in exile with his grandfather Pushkar Nath (played by Anupam Kher). Pushkar Nath escaped the massacre that was carried out by the terrorists.

7- Dream Girl

Starring: Ayushmann Khurrana, Nushrat Bharucha, Annu Kapoor, Manjot Singh, and others

Directed by: Raaj Shaandilyaa

IMDb: 7.0

Story: Karam always portrays female characters since he can remove a feminine voice. He discovers a 70,000-per-month employment ad. Mauji dismisses him and shows him his fantasy entertainment call center. Karam uses his power to surprise everyone when Pooja calls. Toto, Rajpal, Roma, and his brother-in-law Mahinder like Karam after Mauji hires him. Karam wonders how his lover Mahi will react to his job, and his biggest misfortune is that his father Jagjit Singh is one of his admirers.

8- Srimanthudu

Starring: Mahesh Babu, Shruti Haasan, Jagapati Babu, Rajendra Prasad, and others

Directed by: Koratala Siva

IMDb: 7.5

Story: The story of Srimanthudu revolves around a wealthy man named Harsha who is steadfast in his commitment to following his intuition. Even though he has everything in life at his fingertips, there is still something else he wishes to do in his lifetime. The story is based on what motivates him to achieve his objective and the amazing things he accomplishes as a result of his determination.

9- Vikram Vedha

Starring:  R. Madhavan, Vijay Sethupathi, Shraddha Srinath, and others

Directed by: Pushkar–Gayathri

IMDb: 8.2

Story: A badass cop Vikram is in charge of a special task force that was assembled to take out a vicious gang led by Vedha that has been wreaking havoc on the streets of Chennai and making a joke out of law and order. A confrontation that was orchestrated by a friend of Vikram’s named Simon results in the deaths of Vedha’s closest aides and draws him out of hiding. Vikram finds himself the target of Vedha’s attention, and Vedha engages in some kind of unsettling mental game with him, which ultimately leads to a search for the truth about that fateful encounter.

10- Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran

Starring: John Abraham, Diana Penty, Boman Irani, and others

Directed by: Abhishek Sharma

IMDb: 7.6

Story: IAS official Ashwath Raina (John Abraham) wants India to become a nuclear power, but his seniors mock him. One senior sees a chance to score brownie points by snatching Ashwath’s proposal and presenting it to the prime minister without going through the strategy. After the PM approves, the plan is executed in Pokhran, Rajasthan, but it strikes a snag because only part of it has been implemented. Worse, Ashwath gets suspended for the plan’s failure.

11- Uri: The Surgical Strike

Starring: Vicky Kaushal, Yami Gautam, Mohit Raina, Kirti Kulhari, and others

Directed by: Aditya Dhar

IMDb: 8.2

Story: Major Vihaan Shergill (Vicky Kaushal) leads special force commandos in a surgical strike on North-East militants hiding in Burma. They brutally attacked an Indian Army infantry convoy in Chandel district of Manipur a few days earlier. Vihaan leaves the army since his mother has advanced Alzheimer’s. He becomes a Delhi pen pusher to be with his mother. Pakistani militants assassinate his army major brother-in-law Karan (Mohit Raina) in Uri. A distraught Vihaan requests authorization to conduct a cross-border counter-strike.

12- 24

Starring: Suriya, Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Nithya Menen, and others

Directed by: Vikram Kumar

IMDb: 7.8

Story: Scientists discover a time-traveling watch. His malevolent brother Aathreya kills Sethuraman (scientist) and his wife to steal the watch. Before his murder, Sethu makes sure his infant and watch case are protected. Aathreya falls into a coma and paralyzes his lower body while killing sethu. Aathreya recovers after 26 years and seeks the watch to change his state. Next is the story.

13- Gentleman

Starring:  Nani, Surbhi, Nivetha Thomas, and others

Directed by: Mohan Krishna Indraganti

IMDb: 7.1

Story: Catherine (Niveda Thomas) and Aishwarya (Surabhi) meet on an Indian aircraft. To pass the time, they recount their love tale. Gowtham (Nani) swooned and saved Catherine from her lecherous maternal uncle David. In Aishwarya’s story, Jay (Nani again) the best industrialist met her, vacationed with her in Kodaikanal, and fell in love. Between the stories, Catherine and Aishwarya become close friends. Aishwarya’s boyfriend is Gowtham, which surprises Catherine at the airport. She’s shocked to learn from Gowtham’s mother (Rohini) that he died ten days earlier.

14- Okkadu

Starring:  Mahesh Babu, Bhumika Chawla, Prakash Raj, and others

Directed by: Gunasekhar

IMDb: 8.0

Story: Hyderabad hosts the main drama. A massive, expensive set against Charminar was built for this. Ajay (Mahesh Babu) resides there. To dodge his disciplinarian police officer father (Mukhesh Rishi) and naughty younger sister, he enters the house through a trapdoor (Niharika). His mother Geetha is loving. Ajay, a kabaddi champion, heads to Kurnool for a tournament. He saves Swapna (Bhoomika Chawla) from Obul Reddy (Prakash Raj). He brings her to Hyderabad and takes her to his room through the trapdoor. She stays there undetected, hiding among Ajay’s dolls whenever someone visits.

15- Lost

Starring:  Yami Gautam, Pankaj Kapur, Rahul Khanna, Neil Bhoopalam, and others

Directed by:  Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury

IMDb: 6.2

Story: Ishan Bharti (Tushar Pandey), a young theatre artist, disappears, and police label him a Maoist. Crime reporter Vidhi Sahani (Yami Gautam) investigates Ishan’s disappearance. Vidhi suspects Ankita Chauhan (Pia Bajpiee), who has dated Ishan. Vidhi doubts politician Ranjan Varma (Rahul Khanna) for Ishan’s disappearance. Ishan where? Is he alive? His disappearance—why? The film answers everything.

16- Janhit Mein Jaari

Starring: Nushrat Bharucha, Paritosh Tripathi, Vijay Raaz, Sahiil Sagar, and others

Directed by: Jai Basantu Singh

IMDb: 6.8

Story: ManokamnaTripathi AKA Before marrying, small-town girl Manu (Nushrratt Bharuccha) wishes to remain independent. She becomes a sales rep for a small condom firm to become independent. Her family supports her after some job stress. She also meets Ranjan (Anud Singh Dhaka). They marry. Manu’s in-laws don’t know her job. After a tragedy, Manu becomes more emotional and responsible in work. Will her conservative family support her or will she be alone in raising awareness?

17- Geetha Govindam

Starring: Vijay Devarakonda, Rashmika Mandanna, and others

Directed by: Parasuram

IMDb: 7.7

Story: Geetha is a level-headed woman who is distrustful of strangers and isn’t easy to convince, but Vijay Govind, a young college lecturer who dreams of marriage, falls in love with her. Geetha is resistant to being convinced of anything. Vijay makes a dreadful mistake that not only dashes any hope for his love tale but also has the potential to have repercussions for his family. As things appear to be going smoothly, Vijay commits this error.

18- Raanjhanaa

Starring: Dhanush, Sonam Kapoor, Abhay Deol, and others

Directed by: Aanand L. Rai

IMDb: 7.6

Story: In “Raanjhana,” a small-town boy must overcome class differences to win over his boyhood sweetheart, who loves big city values. A shakespearean love story with extravagant production. The first part, set in Benaras, the heart of India, is lively and colorful. Kundan Shankar (Dhanush) is Varanasi’s sole Tamil Hindu son. Kundan has loved Muslim girl Zoya Haider (Sonam Kapoor) from childhood. He is constantly slapped by her. Kundan’s love convinces Zoya. Zoya enters Jawaharlal Nehru University and challenges and falls for student leader Akram Zaidi, regaining her power (Abhay Deol).

19- Neninthe

Starring: Ravi Teja, Siya Gautam, and others

Directed by: Puri Jagannadh

IMDb: 6.9

Story: Ravi (Ravi Teja), an assistant director, struggles to succeed in movies. Ravi assists Idly Viswanath (Brahmanandam) and tries to convince a producer (Sayaji Shinde) to sponsor his script. He loves dancer Sandhya (Seiya). Ravi fights Yaadu to protect Sandhya from her brother-in-law (Krishna Bhagwan) (Supreeth). The plot revolves around Ravi’s triumphant rise to directorship.

20- Dhuruvangal Pathinaaru

Starring: Rahman, Prakash Vijayaraghavan, Ashwin Kumar, and others

Directed by: Karthick Naren

IMDb: 8.2

Story: Deepak (Rahman) meets a friend’s policeman son in the film’s opening. Recounting Deepak’s forced retirement after a catastrophic injury is meant to deter him from joining. After setting the scene, the film flashes back five years to a Coimbatore traffic accident on a rainy night. Three friends crash and kill a pedestrian, but instead of notifying the police, they put the body in the trunk and go home. Fabian (Santhosh Krishna), who makes all the decisions and explains why they must hide the body, easily leads Mano (Praveen) and Melvin (Karthikeyan).

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