Another weekend and finally we see the release of the much awaited X-Men this week. This action packed Friday brings three releases.
A total masala Bollywood movie which brings the launch of Tiger Shroff, the son of the veteran actor Jackie Shroff and the debut of Kirti Sanon. ‘Heropanti’ sees the debut of 21 actors, including the main lead. Directed by Sabbir Khan, ‘Heropanti’ is a Sajid Nadiawala presentation. A love story which is not acceptable to the society and family leads to a series of events called Heropanti. We also see the famous tune of the movie ‘Hero’ (1983) which had Jackie Shrof and Meenakshi Sheshadari being remixed and reused in ‘Heropanti’.
X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST (English): DIRECTOR: Bryan Singer | STARS: Hugh Jackman, James McAvoy, Micheal Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence and Halle Berry | MUSIC: John Ottman | CINEMATOGRAPHY: Newton Thomas Seigel.
‘X-Men: Days Of Future Past’ is the seventh film in the X-Men series, directed by Bryan Singer the story takes is into the past. In this episode the X-Men are called together and jointly they decide on sending Wolverine back into the past to save the future of the humans and the mutants as well. In a unique manner the original X-Men from the film trilogy of X-Men join forces with their younger selves from X-Men: First Class and fight together to save the world.
A saga of love, betrayal and revenge. An animated motion picture featuring Rajnikanth and Deepika Padukone in the main lead. The story of a King of 8th century who is strong, agile and just. He who fights the system and brings justice. In ‘Kochadaiyaan’ we see Rajnikanth in 3 roles.
The director of ‘Kochadaiyaan’ Soundarya said in an interview, “Animation is a word, a process. In India people thing animation is cartoon. ‘Avatar’ was animation, but not a cartoon.’Tintin’ is completely cartoonistic. I am creating Rajnikanth, where he has actually performed, it’s captured on a camera and then put into a 3D version. Avatar took seven years and so much budget and a James Cameron. There was always the insecurity of the unknown, but we have taken a road never taken in India and broken rules and have completed the film in just a year and a half.”
We see three movies this weekend and all three carry a lot of expectations on their shoulders. Will they be able to prove themselves or not shall be seen soon.
… till next week ciao from me!