After a lax week with just two unexciting releases, the next week is a complete U-turn with as many as SEVEN releases. This is a record number and something like this hasn’t happened for years. More importantly these films are releasing when Ramzan and Ganesh festival are on, which is not considered a good period for film business.
Trade analyst Taran Adarsh says, “Even during Diwali that’s supposed to be the best season for film release we have not more that 3-4 films. So to see 7 releases in Ramzan is professional hara-kiri”
Quick Gun Murugun is an unlikely Superhero with Guntastic powers. He is a Sincere South Indian Cowboy who considers it his duty to serve and protect. The movie revolves around mis-adventures of Quick Gun Murugun and his fight with his arch villain Rice Plate Reddy!
This sweeping, melodramatic saga of a powerful father, and his two sons, presents an honest view of the rugged life and goals of a simple farming family against the lush green agricultural lands of modern day Punjab.
Vir Pratap Singh is a bachelor from a small-town working as a Sous-chef in a five star hotel in Mumbai; a handsome, charming and macho man who really needs to grow up.
Vir flirts with, yeans for, lusts after and is intimidated by one beautiful woman after another.
So, what can happen at a funeral? Even, if it’s the funeral of Daddy Cool Douglas Lazarus? It’s in Goa, tears, sad speeches, melancholia… right? Wrong! When… The coffin makers deliver the wrong body.
Toss (Ashmit Patel-Ranvijay Singh) – suspense thriller – Checkout our special page
Toss is the captivating story of childhood friends who on their way back from a vacation stumble upon a fortune. They decide to split the money and start dreaming a king’s life.
Yeh Mera India’ highlights various problems of the Indian society. The movie has projected good values, which are in the veins of Indians but not relied upon by the society. The film is about the Indians and the hidden treasures inside them.
Shubh Charitro Kalpanik – ‘Shob Charitro Kalponik’ a story of death and loss with many emotional and romantic moments and stars the Bengali Bomb shell Bipasha Basu. Incidentally, Bipasha is getting married in the movie to Bengali Superstar Prasenjit and then all emotions and drama starts. Checkout the special photos of the movie here:
The common movie audience has no time, money and inclination to watch more than two films at the most, forget 7 films in a week. So why the sudden rush? “Do the producers have any choice? Not really”, says Taran. “Because of the two month strike between producers and exhibitors in the month of April and May, there has been a big backlog of films to release. The biggies like Wanted and Dil Bole Hadippa are lined up from September 18. So for small films releasing this week, competing with other small films is a better option than competing with the big films where they will certainly loose.”
So what’s your Pick?