I have watched the trailers of URI, The Accidental Prime Minister, Cheat India, Manikarnika, Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga, Sonchiriya, Gully Boy.
Though I stopped having any sort of expectations just after watching the trailer long back, among the above I am curious about Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga. Others are looking good too. I will be watching URI & The Accidental Prime Minister this week end (coincidentally both seem to be election propaganda , could be good though).
Haha. We are getting a spate of political movies all of a sudden right before the elections ...
Uri and Accidental PM are followed by Thackeray the week after. And apparently there is some Modi biopic in the offing with Vivek Oberoi playing Modi (the trailer looks really bad though)
Ranveer, Ranbir, Alia, Raj Kumar Rao, Ayyushman, Varun Dhawan and more "young super stars" along with Karan Johar and Rohit Shetty met with Modi and Karan has put up a selfie on his twitter account talking about "change". I think it means a lot for both movies and politics in the near future.
Oh yes, I saw that.
When their movies are "banned" they are all for lets keep politics out of movies and art. And then they just go ahead and participate in such a political activity when the elections are around. Funny... kind of
It is also possible this meetup was only done to compensate for the one that happened last time, where not a single woman was invited. Because how many times do you need to meet to discuss/thank for the same topic (GST on movie watching)
Looking forward to Gully Boy and Brahmastra. And that amitabh and tapasee movie produced by red chillies. Becoming a tapasee fan gradually. She has been excellent in the 3 movies i have seen her in. Could have been on the top if she had a god father or was a star kid
Kalank is interesting because of the star cast. But a drama set during partition is risky. Could go either way