Starring: Salman Khan, Kareena Kapoor
Salman’s third release on Eid in as many years, this movie, a remake of a Malayalam film, has him cast as a bodyguard to Kareena Kapoor, a rich industrialist’s daughter. It follows their love story and the complications that arise because of it. For fans of nasal singing, this film marks the return of Himesh Reshammiya as a music composer/singer too.
Starring: Amitabh Bachchan,
Saif Ali Khan, Deepika Padukone
Another Prakash Jha movie based on North Indian politics, it stars Amitabh as an idealistic principal of a famous college’ where the spectre of caste reservation in education raises its ugly head and engulfs everyone’s lives. The movie had run into needless controversy regarding the casting choice of Saif as a dalit student.
RISE OF THE PLANET OF APES
Starring: James Franco, Frieda Pinto
A prequel to Planet of The Apes,the cult Charlton Heston classic,this movie has James Franco as a scientist who designs a cure for alzheimhers which has some unforeseen results(which movie based on genetic engineering ever hasn’t ?)and the apes being used as lab rats develop superior intelligence leading to a full fledged revolt.
NOT A LOVE STORY
Starring: Aamir Khan, Ayesha Jhulka, Pooja Bedi
The best and exciting cycle race ever on Hindi celluloid, this movie has it all — competition, rivalry, fun, and romance. If you haven’t watched it yet, please grab a DVD copy now.
FINAL DESTINATION (3D)
Starring: Random good-looking youngsters
The final destination films have always been a ‘leave your brains at home, enjoy the different ways we show people getting killed’ kind of flick. So now we have a new, gory installment in 3D, showing us how death chases the survivors of a suspension- bridge collapse and kills them one by one in new, inventive ways.
AAMIR KHAN, AT ONLY 17, SHAVED HIS HEAD FOR A ROLE IN A MOVIE CALLED HOLI. HE WAS SO CLEAR THAT HE WANTED TO BECOME AN ACTOR THAT HE DIDN’T EVEN COMPLETE HIS STUDIES. NO WONDER HE HAS EARNED THE TITLE OF MR PERFECTIONIST!