Movie Time – India Box Office

This weekend we have a houseful. Barefoot To Goa, Dharam Sankat Mein, Ek Paheli Leela, Broken Horses, Home, and It Follows are the releases week.

In Hindi releases we see …

barefoot-to-goa-film-2014BAREFOOT TO GOA:

A film about loneliness, futility of life, pointlessness of death of values and belief but not about sadness. Director Praveen Morchhale takes us on a journey of an indulgent relationship showing the love between a grandparent and a grandchild. The film features Ajay Chourey, Farrukh Jaffar, Saara Nahar, Ish Morchhale, Purva Parag and Kuldeep Singh.

A very interesting story is attached to the release of the film. Morchhale’s film had acclaimed a lot of appreciation in India at 12 film festivals but he could not muster the funds for the film’s release. The director played a risk and borrowed Rs. 50 Lakhs from his fans.

He decided that a part of the proceedings will go to Help Age India, a charity organisation for the elderly. 240 people contributed through Morchhale’s Proud Funding Campaign, and the director claimed that this was the first time ever in India that the public helped fund a feature film’s release.

“I thank you all for helping me in raising funds to release the movie ‘Barefoot To Goa’ in theatres so it can reach the maximum audience possible. The film is creating ripples at film festivals across the world and now its real journey, to theatres across India, begins. This story has never before been told on screen,” he said.

EK PAHELI LEELA:

Directed by Bobby Khan Ek Paheli Leela is a musical thriller starring Sunny Leone, Jay Bhanushali, Rajneesh Duggal and Jas Arora. The film has 8 songs out of which 6 of them have Sunny Leone who will be seen in all sort of avatars. The music is by Amaal Mallik and the dances are choreographed by Saroj Khan and Ahmed Khan. A film about Sunny Leone that’s it!

DHARAM SANKAT MEIN:

A remake of the British comedy film The Infidel, Dharam Sankat Mein is directed by Fuwad Khan and features Paresh Rawal, Naseeruddin Shah and Annu Kapoor. A comedy film which is the story of Dharampal who is a caterer in Ahemdabad. He is a Hindu Brahmin who discovers that he is actually biologically a Muslim when he discovers the adoption papers his late mother left for him. And so begins the adventure of his discovery of life.

In English releases this week we have –

horses-story-650_040615053602BROKEN HORSES:

A Hollywood film directed by Vidhu Vinod Chopra, Broken Horses is the story of two estranged brothers. Technically, this is for the first time that a Bollywood director makes an entry into Hollywood through this movie. Will he make it through and be recognised or fade away? The film is loosely inspired by his 1989 movie Parinda.

A mystery thriller film, which is set against the drug war in the turbulent American-Mexican border. The film features María Valverde, Thomas Jane, Anton Yelchin, Vincent D’Onofrio and Sean Patrick Flanery.

HOME:

A sweet animated comedy film directed by Tim Johnson, the film stars Jim Parsons, Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez and Steve Martin. The film is based on the book The True Meaning Of Smekday.

IT FOLLOWS:  

Directed by David Robert Mitchell, this is an American horror film starring Maika Monroe and Keir Gilchrist. Like all young girls, Jay also dreamt of a romantic date. Only if she could know that her life would become a living horror after some beautiful time. Pursued by a supernatural entity, she fights all the dangers. 

Enjoy the weekend. Do not miss a good movie. The pleasure of watching a movie in the theatres is absolutely out of this world. Till next week its ciao …

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