Two Hindi movies – P se PM Tak and Chaar Cutting – are not being screened in as many theatres but other Hindi films ‘Welcome 2 Karachi’ and ‘Ishqedariyaan’ have been much promoted along with English releases ‘San Andreas’ and ‘Maggie’.
Welcome 2 Karachi: This Adventure, Comedy, Crime story has Arshad Warsi, Jackky Bhagnani and Lauren Gottlieb in the lead. Directed by Ashish R Mohan, the naturally gifted Arshad Warsi first goes on a sea ride, landing on the shores of Karachi and then tries hard to get back to India. Entire sequence is full of wisdom and fun. The film has been shot in various parts of the United Kingdom including Bradford, Birmingham and Wales and sets were recreated to resemble Karachi. Sounds interesting!
Ishqedariyaan: The makers of this romantic film are banking on some soulful music as one of its strongest points. Popular composers, singers and lyricist like Ankit Tiwari, Arijit Singh, Mohit Chauhan, Bilal Saeed, Jeet Gannguli, Kauser Munir, Jaidev Kumar, Kumaar, Asees and Bloodline UK are lending their numbers, of course. Mahaakshay Chakraborty, Evelyn Sharma and Mohit Dutta are in the lead who say, Rishteydarriyaan means relationships and Ishqedarriyaan signifies the relationship when you fall in love!
Maggie: This horror film stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, Abigail Breslin and Joely Richardson. Having lost Maggie’s mother years earlier, Wade (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is determined to hold on to his precious daughter as long as he can, refusing to surrender her to the local police who show up with orders to take her.
He won’t give up easily even as she is diagnosed with deadly virus. What, How, When? Watch this in a theatre near you. Maggie has received mixed reviews with praises galore for Schwarzenegger and Breslin.
San Andreas: Fresh from Nepal quakes, ever thought what will happen if Earth cracks! What will you do, who will you be with? This American action-adventure disaster film directed by Brad Peyton, exactly portrays that.
The film stars Dwayne Johnson, Carla Gugino, Alexandra Daddario, and Paul Giamatti. The film is released both in 2D and 3D and is without any bad-guy politician or authority figure who has refused to heed warnings. God be with you.