This Friday is a busy one on the Box Office, and why not when a deadly Queen needs some love, this time as a Revolver Rani!
REVOLVER RANI (Hindi): After the major success of ‘Queen’, Kangana Ranaut is back in ‘Revolver Rani’ as Alka Singh and this time she has … phashion, phun and gun (fashion, fun and gun). She is wild, wicked, dominating and shoots at the drop of the hat and her clothes come from Italy. She rules the janata (people) and fights the bad. Then she falls in love with a lover boy Rohan Kapoor, played by Vir Das – the perfect timing man. Piyush Kapoor is in a powerful role as Balli Mama and we also have Zakir Hussain and Zeishan Quadri.
Revolver Rani is the story of Alka Singh who is a leader of a political party and who falls obsessively in love with a rising Bollywood star. It’s then when she becomes weak and the enemy gains power over her. Then she fights back in the drama directed by Sai Kabir Shrivastava and produced by Tigmanshu Dhulia.
SAMRAT & CO. (Hindi): The small screen heartthrob Rajeev Khandelwal is the main lead in Samrat & Co which is the story of an ace detective with a strong intuitive sense.
Directed by Kaushik Ghatak and produced by Rajshri films, the cast includes Madalsa Sharma, Gopal Dutt, Girish Karnad, Gufi Paintal and Priyanshu Chatterjee.
Every character around seems to be hiding something in the movie. How will Samrat unfold the mysteries?
KAANCHI (Hindi): Subhash Ghai brings us ‘Kanchi’, the story of a young girl from the hills and her fight against power. The main lead is a Bengali model and a debutante in Bollywood, Indrani Chakraborty who is renamed Mishti hereon, and Kartik Tewari. The film is directed and produced by Subhash Ghai. Rishi Kapoor and Mithun Chakraborty also have appearances.
TARZAN (English): The jungle boy is back and this time he is animated, directed by German director Reinhard Klooss. The main leads in Tarzan are Kellan Lutz and Spencer Locke. This time the adventure is in 3D. The jungle raises a human boy who is called Tarzan. This pretty young girl Jane meets him and falls in love with his simplicity. The villains in the city come and wreck the jungle in search of a precious mountain which shall make them rich. And so the adventure begins. Be ready for some superb animation.
BRICK MANSIONS (English): This is one of the Paul Walker’s films which he completed before he died in November 2013. His last film would be Fast and Furious 7. Directed by Camille Delamarre the story is about Detroit in dystopian times when people had abandoned the city and moved away.
The crime rose devastatingly in those houses where happy people used to live, where now only brick mansions were left. An undercover cop, a drug pin and an ex-convict go head-on to eradicate crime. A wall is made on the outer boundary of the brick mansions to save the rest of the city. And then the adventure begins.
We also see two more releases this week –
‘Son of God’ (English), directed by Christopher Spencer: It’s a story based on mini series ‘The Bible’. Cast: Diogo Morgado and Roma Downey.
‘Finding Happiness’ (English), directed by Ted Nicolaou: It’s a story of an investigative journalist who is sent to write on Swami Kriyananda and what she finds at the ashram is more than just a story. It changes her life. Cast: Elisabeth Rohm and Jyotish Novak.
So what will it be this weekend? Romance, suspense, thrills or animation! Enjoy. Till next week…