The Indian Film Industry is all set with many potential
blockbusters releasing in the coming weeks. Confused on what to watch?
Allow BollyCurry to help with a special guide to the top five releases
to hit the theatres soon.
Love, Breakups, Zindagi
Director: Sahil Sangha
Cast: Dia Mirza, Zayed Khan, Cyrus Sahukar, Tisca Chopra
Release: August 1, 2011
Love, Breakups, Zindagi will
be taking a look at what relationships means today. Promising to be
entertaining, the movie also vouches to have a seriousness that rides
along with the theme. Love, Breakups, Zindagi has good buddies, Dia Mirza and Zayed Khan, working together as co-stars as well as co-producers along with the director.
Director: Prakash Jha
Release: August 12, 2011
story of a principal, Prabhakar Anand (Amitabh Bachchan), who has
worked hard to make his college into the state's best, the story focuses
on Deepak Kumar (Saif) - Anand's loyal follower, his daughter, Poorbi
(Deepika), who is also Deepak's love interest, and Sushant (Prateik),
Deepak's close friend. Aarakshan
follows the life, love,
friendship and dreams of these characters, amongst the background of the
controversial issue of when the Supreme Court ordered a law on
reservations, which brings out the high voltage drama and rebellion of
Release: August 31, 2011
The much awaited romantic and action film, Bodyguard
bring back the intense chemistry of Salman Khan
and Kareena Kapoor
together again. The film, which is a remake of the director's own
Malayalam super-hit, Bodyguard
, will have Atul Agnihotri as the producer and Pritam Chakroborty as the music composer.
Director: Ali Abbas Zafar
Release: September 9, 2011
Musical, romantic, and filled with comedy, Mere Brother Ki Dulhan
to be a love story that will keep you on the edge of your seats. With
Imran's character unfortunately falling in love with his brother's
dulhan, watch this Mega Yash Rah banner rom-com to find out who exactly
will get the girl!
Director: Pankaj Kapoor
Release: September 16, 2011
by debutante and critically acclaimed actor, Pankaj Kapoor, the film
marks as the first time where father and son have worked together.
Another first for the movie is Shahid donning an aged character, an
image far from the chocolate boy look we're used to. The search for the
actress initially delayed the shooting, while Shahid's choice remained
with signing either Katrina Kaif
or Kareena Kapoor, Pankaj was adamant
that Sonam would be the ideal choice to star opposite Shahid.
With a variety of films releasing in the near future from different genres, which one are you looking forward too?