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  • I Hate Luv Storys

    I Hate Luv Storys announces at the very beginning that it is not a ‘hatke’ film, just another love story, where the guy first hates what’s happening to him and then falls for it.
  • Mr. Singh Mrs. Mehta

    Extramarital affairs on screen are not new for the Indian audience but what makes this one different is the way the writer and director have handled it. Think about it.
  • Krantiveer – The Revolution

    Mehul Kumar, who once churned out one hit after another, is back after a hiatus of six years. This time, he tries to cash in on the success of Krantiveer (1994) with a sequel.

    Old – and stale – wine in a new bottle. Ready in 2006, waited four long years to hit the screen.
  • Raavan

    Abhishek Bachchan stands atop a mountain before plunging into a river. That’s how Mani Ratnam opens Raavan. Next, Bachchan kidnaps Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.
  • The Camp

    The Camp is an adventure film for children.
  • Ek Second …Jo Zindagi Badal De…

    Ek Second… Jo Zindagi Badal De… is one of those films made for self-gratification, an outcome of a shaukhiya filmmaker.
  • Raajneeti

    If anything goes in politics and elections, why not make a film on politics in which anything goes! While the film’s name is Raajneeti, the story is more about one-upmanship between two families.
  • Ashok Chakra

    Ashok Chakra is based on a true story and is a tribute to all the martyrs who lost their lives in the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai.
  • Kites

    Much awaited Kites starts off with an explanation of the relevance of its title.
  • Bal Hanuman 2

    This sequel to Bal Hanuman is a delight for kids as it explores cute little, mischievous, strong and brave Hanuman’s childhood years.
  • Vroom

    The adventures of a Magical Car is a concept well-known in the film industry since Chitty Chitty Bang Bang in late 1960s followed by the very popular Herbie series which inspired a sole Indian film, T