Politics and cinema are the most powerful and co-related subject in any nation. Generations are always curious to know about their predecessor’s political life. Sometimes film makers deal with sensitive issues like Naxals and some Social Issues and then they have to keep every aspect in their mind before presenting anything on screen. There are many Films made on the Naxal’s Issue but only a few deal properly with them. Here is a list of Indian movies about Communists, Maoists and Naxalites.

Chakravyuh (2012)

Chakravyuh film on naxals

Chakravyuh is an Indian political war film by director Prakash Jha. The star cast of the film includes Arjun Rampal, Esha Gupta, Manoj Bajpai, Kabir Bedi, Anjali Patil and Abhay Deol. The story of the film is inspired by 1973 Bollywood film Namak Haraam directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee starring then super stars Rajesh Khanna and Amitabh Bachchan. The film brings out the finest performances from all the actors and features a very susceptible issue in an unbiased way. The tears in the eyes of sensitive people after watching the film is itself a victory for the film. Overall, the film is a beautiful blend of serious cinema with entertainment.

Purampokku Engira Podhuvudamai (2015)

Purampokku Engira Podhuvudamai Tamil movie on Naxalis

Purampokku Engira Podhuvudamai is a Tamil political action thriller film directed by S. P. Jananathan. The star cast of the film includes Arya, Shaam, Vijay Sethupathi and Karthika Nair. The story of the film is really good and makes the viewers think about the current political structure of our nation. The film is revolutionary for this genre as it provides an insight to the common man with no knowledge of past or about communism and he could gain a lot after watching the show.

Ko (2011)

KO Tamil movie on naxalis and Communists

Ko is an Indian Tamil political thriller film directed by K. V. Anand. The film stars Jiiva, Ajmal Ameer, Karthika Nair and Piaa Bajpai. The story of the film portrays the lives and struggles of Photographer journalists and speaks about the press autonomy coupled with all desi masala in an attractive manner. The grand success of Ko can be understood by the fact that a sequel to the film is going to release on diwali 2015 with another cast and crew titled as Ko 2.