Interesting film posters
Trailers and posters can make or break a film. If people like a film promo and the movie poster grabs eyeballs, half the battle is won as they will go and watch the film. Take a look at these interesting, fun, and even tacky posters.
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: This is easily among the finest and most unique posters and promos we have seen in a long time. It is inspired by Japanese graphic art and has an epic vibe to it. We love the fiery hues used and we don't know one person who doesn't dig the trailer. Imtiaz Ali has said that the film will have a series of such posters. The highly-anticipated movie releases in November.
Ra.One: Shah Rukh Khan plays superhero G.One and Arjun Rampal plays the villain named Ra.One. The first poster revealed SRK's body-suit-clad, blue-eyed look. The next poster shows him rescueing a red-sari clad Kareena Kapoor. The poster is similar to a Batman Beginsposter featuring Katie Holmes and Christian Bale but it is classy and attractive, nevertheless.Ra.One releases this Diwali.
Force: John Abraham's chiseled bare body is enough to attract eyeballs and make people swoon. He stayed away from salt for three days to achieve this look. We like the subdued colours. The tattoo designs are interesting and enhance his sex appeal. He looks like a mean and angry guy. The poster resembles Aamir Khan's Ghajini. Force releases later this month.
Ek Tha Tiger: This is Salman's first film with Yash Raj Films. The movie, directed by Kabir Khan, also stars Katrina Kaif and will release in Eid 2012. This is the first Indian film to be shot in Baghdad, Iraq. Salman plays a RAW agent (secret agent or spy) in it and the poster shows him as a tough guy, overlooking the golden city of Baghdad.
Love Break Ups Zindagi: The film is a romantic comedy produced by Zayed Khan, Dia Mirza, and Sahil Sangha. The lively and colourful posters feature the entire cast of the film: Zayed Khan, Dia Mirza, Cyrus Sahukar, Satyadeep Mishra, Auritra Ghosh, Pallavi Sharda, Umang Jain, and Tisca Chopra. The characters are connected with each other. The film releases on October 7.
Mujhse Fraaandhsip Karoge: This is the second film from YRF's Y Films and stars a bunch of newcomers. Tara D'souza from Mere Brother ki Dulhan is also in it. The movie revolves around social-networking and how people change their identities online. Even the layout of the bright poster is like Facebook. The film releases in October.
The Dirty Picture: Okay, Vidya looks tantalizing and Emraan's character seems most interesting. We only have one question: what on Earth is Tusshar Kapoor doing and what are his intentions? It's a very bold poster. The biopic on Silk Smith releases on December