New Delhi: Friday promises to be a heady mix of films ranging from western spoof Quick Gun Murugun to the thought provoking Soab Charitro Kalponik a film by Rituparno Ghosh.
Quick Gun Murugan
A spoof on Hollywood's western classics, Quick Gun Murugan stars Dr Rajendra Prasad as the vegetarian South Indian cowboy. His aim in life is to protect the world from the evil restaurant owner Rice Plate Reddy who wants to create the world's best non-veg dosa. Also starring in the hilarious flick are Ambha, Ranvir Shorey and Vinay Pathak. Shashanka Ghosh wields the director's baton.
DO NOT MIND IT: The flick makes a spoof of Western classics using hilarious Indian situations.
Sob Choritro Kalponik
Rituporno Ghosh is back with Bengali film Sob Choritro Kalponik starring Bipasha Basu as Radhika, a middle class Bengali housewife who returns to Kolkata after her husband goes missing. The story revolves around her attempt to find her roots and discover her husband through his poetry.
Kissan tells the story of two brothers played by Sohail Khan and Arbaaz Khan. While one's based in a village, the other is based in the city.
Trouble brews when the one from the city tries to flaunt his city slickness in front of his village bred family. This melodramatic family saga also stars Jackie Shroff, Diya Mirza and Nauheed Cyrusi.
Taking of Pelham 123
Passengers on a subway train are held captive by Ryder reprised by John Travolta who leads a pack of four. Matching wits with him is Denzel Wasington who plays Walter Garber, a Rail Control employee. Ryder demands a ransom to set the passengers free. A remake of a film of the same name, this one's an action thriller.
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