This week the box office brings various genres to chose from including Prabhu Dheva style comedy Action Jackson which brings the sword back in fashion. Apart from the Bollywood comedy those with diverse moods can head to have a piece of the real tragedy turned into a film Bhopal A Prayer for Rain. The wait for those eagerly waiting for Exodus: Gods and Kings is finally over as it hit the screens this Friday starring Christian Bale as Moses in the battle epic. Hollywood film This Is Where I Leave You and Bollywood flicks Sulemani Keeda and Mumbai Delhi Mumbai are also among the options for those looking for some light hearted cinema.
Action Jackson: After Son of Sardaar Sonakshi Sinha and Ajay Devgn come together in Action Jackson. Directed by Prabhu Dheva the film runs high on the expectations of the moviegoers on fun, fights and drama. While Sonakshi Sinha is in all new avatar in the film Ajay Devgn will be seen wielding a sword in action packed fight sequences. Looking at the adrenaline pumping trailer and songs, Action Jackson can be a fun watch in Prabhu Dheva style.
Exodus-Gods and Kings: Actor Christian Bale turns Moses in Exodus: Gods and Kings to tell the tale of the massive migration of the Israelites from Egypt as described in the Old Testament Book of Exodus. The film is a visual treat as Moses leads 400,000 Hebrew slaves kept in Egypt to Canaan besides saving them from the Pharaoh Ramses. A mega epic shot on a very wide scale complete VFX expertise boasts all that is needed to quench the hunger of those missing good battle films.
Bhopal A Prayer for Rain: Finally a film arrives thirty years after one of the biggest disasters in the history of India the Bhopal Gas tragedy which killed approximately 10,000 people. Bhopal: A Prayer For Rain is told by a survivor a rickshaw puller called Dilip played by Rajpal Yadav who lives to tell the horrific tale. Dilip notices the managers turning blind eye to the security safeguards at the Union Carbide plant which ultimately led to the leakage of the methyl isocyanides which killed thousands of people. The X and Y generations would not like to miss this real tragedy flick.
Sulemani Keeda: Sulemani Keeda is a story of two struggling script writers Dulal and Moinak who go door to door to get a filmmaker for their scripts. It is a fun drama film which brings to light the plight of the scriptwriters. Looking promising from its trailerSulemani Keeda can be a hatke film for the cine lovers. Loaded with some fresh one liner and tricky situations Sulemani Keeda can be worth a watch for its different storyline.
This Is Where I Leave You: This Is Where I Leave You is a comedy drama on a dysfunctional family which comes together for seven days. As the family looks perfect in the public eye there is something severely wrong with everyone leading to funny complications and confusion. The film revolves around Judd Altman (Jason Bateman) whose wife cheated him with his own boss costing him his job. But as the couple joins his family to mourn his father’s death what follows is a rib tickling comical mayhem.
Mumbai Delhi Mumbai: Mumbai Delhi Mumbai is a romantic comedy that plays on the typical Delhi Marathi divide. The film is about a Mumbai girl who comes to Delhi in search of a groom but with a determinacy to reject him. As she loses her phone in the national capital she meets a Delhi boy who rudely offers to help her. How the two individuals with different temperaments particular of their cities end up spending the day together can be a time pass watch.