Bollywood never makes any space for a drought, a movie drought we mean. New movies continue coming one after the other. Here are the movies that have hit the multiplex recently and here to stay for a while.
It has been 8 long years since John Biswas has lost his dearest granddaughter, Angela, which happened in a kidnapping incident which scarred him and Nancy, his wife. But eight years after, while everyone has moved ahead, John is yet to give up on his relentless quest. He continues to visit the police where he is ignored every day. The sole person whose help John seeks is named Martin Das, who is an ex-cop turned into priest. The demise of Angela had an altering impact on both of these men.
One day, however, 8 years after the tragic accident, there is one more kidnapping incident and everything about it reflects the similarity with Angela’s kidnapping. Father Martin is again dragged into the interrogation by Sarita Sarkar, the cop. While the cop and priest tackle the kidnapping, John pieces together the face of Angela’s kidnapper from the bits of information he collects via his own investigations. The thriller collectively brings together two parallel investigations into 2 kidnappings and it builds up an explosive film.
Housefull 3 is a romantic comedy, and it is the third installment of the series of the movie. Produced by Sajid Nadiadwala under Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment, this film is directed by Sajid Famji and also Farhad Samji.
Project Marathwada tells story of a Marathwada-based farmer, who turns to Mumbai in the hope of being aided by the Government post the suicide of his son. This story takes a turn when the farmer comes across college students, who are creating a documentary on this very same subject.
This is about a retired professor whose better half has been in a coma for nearly seven months. He meets a young wife whose husband also has gone into coma post a sudden accident. Will the grief together drive them insane or will the two lonely strangers be a support to each other?
Sarbjit Singh, who is an Indian resident from Bhikhiwind village which is at the Indo-Pak border, had been convicted Pakistan’s Supreme Court as a terrorist in 1991. 22 years he was on death row and was attacked by inmates in jail. He died in a hospital in Lahore six days later.
Watch the brilliant Randeep Hooda effortlessly play the title role along with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, who plays his sister by the name of Dalbir Kaur.
The Jungle Book
Directed by Jon Favreau, it is based on Rudyard Kipling’s stories and inspired by the Disney’s classic animated film, the epic Jungle Book which is an epic adventure about our childhood favorite Mowgli, a man-cub raised by a family of wolves.
If you are planning to watch a movie this weekend, the Hindi movies in Bangalore have a wide variety of options for you.