Movie Time – India Box Office

The releases this Friday:


A group of extremely bad people come together to do something very good. Now it is sure that this is the most difficult mission of their lives. Watch this as a secret government agency headed by Amanda Waller is on a mission to save the world. She takes the help of some imprisoned super villains to execute dangerous black ops missions. Directed by David Ayer, the film features Will Smith, Jared Leto, Margot Robbie, Joel Kinnaman, Viola Davis, Jai Courtney and Jay Hernandez.


Matt Damon is back as & in ‘Jason Bourne’ after nine years and yes we did miss him. The film is fifth in the Bourne series, which is based on books by author Robert Ludlum. There has always been a debate on how good are films based on book adaptations and an obvious comparison  between the two. This is one series which will win the debate as the films are very well received by the audience.

In this installment, which is a direct sequel to ‘The Bourne Ultimatum’, Jason finally remembers everything. Jason Bourne is a CIA agent who is suffering from memory loss and is trying to unravel the mystery of his life. His life now revolves around proving his innocence in a  mission ‘Operation Treadstone’. He takes the help of Ex-CIA Nicky Parsons who hacks into the systems of the agency. Then there is someone at the agency who needs to settle a score with Bourne. He has a lot on his hands.

Matt Damon is now 46 years old, so it is to be seen whether he can easily complete his stunts and maintain his enigmatic swag. Directed by Paul Greenman, the film features Matt Damon, Alicia Vikander, Tommy Lee Jones, Vincent Cassel and Julia Stiles.


fever_2016_posterImagine you wake up one fine morning and you don’t remember anything except your name! That is what happens with this guy who wakes up in a hospital after an accident with memory loss and all that he remembers is that his name is Armin, he is from Paris and some girl called Rhea is close to him. He is a suave contract killer with Bond like moves and has a different girl every night.

Directed by Rajeev Jhaveri, the film features Gauhar Khan, Rajeev Khandelwal, Gemma Atkinson, Caterina Murino and Ankita Makwana.


This is the real life story of a boy who ran 48 Marathons. He started very early at the age of 5 and then he fizzled out in oblivion for various reasons.

Budhia Singh is a child prodigy who got neglected after his coach was murdered. Budhia: Born to Run is a biographical film based on the life of the Marathon runner Budhia Singh.

Directed by Soumendra Padhi, the film stars Manoj Bajpayee and Mayur Patole in lead roles.


This is a quirky romantic comedy which tells the story of a stupid kidnapper from Bihar who cannot think for nuts but can die for you if he feels like. He falls in love and so the adventure begins.

The deadly combination of Arshad and Boman can be a killer as they are both too good in their genres. Hope this desi-rom-com pleases the audience and rises up to the expectations.

Directed by Manish Jha, the film features Arshad Warsi, Boman Irani and Aditi Rao Hydari.


The film is the story of three couples who are utterly confused and clueless about relationships. The men are interested in other women apart from their wives and want to break the monotony of their lives. The women on the other hand are obsessed with their husbands. Hence, they make a trip to beautiful Kashmir to revive their love for each other, alas the confusion persists.

The film is directed by Monjoy Mukherjee, son of veteran actor Joy Mukherjee.  The cast consists of all newcomers as Monjoy feels that the newcomers bring freshness in a film. The film features Sahil Anand, Herry Tangiri, Vikram Kochhar, Nilesh Lalwani, Niyati Joshi, Divya Choksey, Jayaka Yagnik and Sareh Far.

With this film, Munjoy has revived the old production house of his father’s. “It is when I released my father’s Love In Bombay in 2013 (42 years after it was made) that I thought of reviving his banner,” says Monjoy.

That’s all for this week… enjoy.


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