#BLBestof6: Drishyam 2, Mandela, The Great Indian Kitchen – vote for the best south film in the first half of 2021


It’s that time of the year. Yes, we are talking about #BLBestOf6, a people’s choice segment in which you all get to vote and decide the best content and artists across various categories. Today, we are talking about the best south films that released in the first half of 2021. We have some really strong contenders in this one. So let’s explore.

Drishyam 2

There are not many film sequels that live up to the original but Drishyam 2 was one of them. Mohanlal as Georgekutty was brilliant yet again as he tried to save his family. The climax was totally worth it.

This political satire comedy-drama spoke about many relevant issues. Set on the backdrop of a village panchayat election, the film had a brilliant ensemble cast.
The Great Indian Kitchen

The Great Indian Kitchen deserved to be watched by all Indians. It was about a newlywed woman who struggled to adjust with her sexist husbands and in-laws. The climax of the film will stay with you for a long time to come.
Cinema Bandi

Directed by debutant Praveen Kandregula, this comedy drama also featured many debutant actors. The plot of the film revolved around a group of young filmmakers try to make a film through a camera they found.
Jathi Ratnalu

This comedy-drama followed three happy-go-lucky men who arrive in the city for a better life but land up in jail for a crime they didn’t commit.

Starring Kunchako Boban, Joju George and Nimisha Sajayan in the lead roles, this political thriller had many unexpected turn of events that kept the story rolling unrelentingly.
So, which one is your pick? Vote below and let us know: