Raaz Reboot is an upcoming Indian film written and directed by Vikram Bhatt. Produced by Mahesh Bhatt and Mukesh Bhatt under their banner Vishesh Films, it features Emraan Hashmi and Kriti Kharbanda in the lead roles. This film marks Kriti Kharbanda’s debut in Hindi cinema.
This film marks as the fourth installment of Raaz film series. Principal photography commenced in January 2016 in Romania.
Waiting is a 2015 Indian comedy drama film directed by Anu Menon, and produced by Priti Gupta and Manish Mundra under the banner of Ishka Films and Drishyam Films. The film stars Naseeruddin Shah and Kalki Koechlin in lead roles, with Rajat Kapoor,Suhasini Maniratnamand Arjun Mathur playing supporting roles.
The film is about the special relationship between two people from different walks of life, who befriend each other in a hospital, while nursing their respective comatose spouses. The story of the film divulges into the themes of coping with grief and at the same time discovering hope. It was meant to be a representative of urban India and its ethos.
The film had its world premiere at the Dubai International Film Festival on 11 December 2015, and was well received by critics. The performances of both Koechlin and Shah and the narrative of the film was praised. The film was also screened at the closing gala of the London Asian Film Festival and Menon won the Best Director Award at the event. The film is scheduled for its theatrical release in India on 27 May 2016.
Fredrick is a 2016 psychological thriller that was directed by Rajesh Butalia,based on a story,screenplay and dialogue written by Rajesh Butalia. starring Prashant Narayanan,Tulna, Avinash Dhyani. The film is scheduled to be released worldwide on 27 May 2016. Fredrick Film is Produced by Manish Kalaria.
Veerappan is an upcoming Indian biographical film written and directed by Ram Gopal Varma, based on the life of Indian bandit Veerappan, and the events leading to Operation Cocoon to capture or kill Veerappan. The film is a biopic on Veerappan, and not a remake of Ram Gopal Varma’s Kannada super-hit Killing Veerappan. The trailer was released on 18 April 2016. The film is slated to release worldwide on May 27, 2016.
- Sandeep Bharadwaj as Veerappan
- Usha Jadhav as Muthulaksmi
- Sachiin J Joshi as Police Officer (Spy) based on N. K. Senthamarai Kannan
- Lisa Ray as Priya (Spy)
- Akash Chawariya as Bhola Daku (Veerappan’s Right Hand)
- Zarine Khan as new khallas item girl
Pratik Vijay Redij is the production designer for the film. Following the rave reviews, and success of Ram Gopal Varma’s second docudrama, Killing Veerappan, Varma met with Sachiin J Joshi, and emphasized his interest to develop an international biopic version in Hindi language with new cast and crew. The biopic depicts the dramatic rise of Veerappan.
The film is slated to release worldwide on May 27, 2016. The first look was released on 15 April 2016, and the official trailer was released on 18 April 2016. The film is a biopic on Veerappan, and remake of Kannada super-hit Killing Veerappan
Salman Khan’s “Sultan” and Rajinikanth’s “Kabali” arriving on the same day would have been the clash of the decade. Rumour has it, though, that the clash has been avoided.
Team “Kabali” were eyeing to release the film on July 7, but now they have moved it up a week ahead. A source told Bollywood Hungama Salman’s film will be dubbed in Tamil and Telegu, which is why the release date of the South Superstar’s crime-drama has been rescheduled.
“‘Kabali’ was locked in for July 7, as an Eid release alongside ‘Sultan.’ The Kabali team felt Sultan cannot affect the box-office collections of Rajni Sir’s film in Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh,” an insider elaborated.
Interestingly, both films are genres apart and have interesting premises, which means a different set of takers.
This time, Salman will ditch the usual song-dance routine to play Haryana-based wrestler Sultan Ali Khan. Playing his love interest Arfa is Anushka Sharma. Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, the film has Randeep Hooda and Amit Sadh in key roles.
Rajinikanth, meanwhile, will be seen essaying the role of an ageing gangster living out of Chennai’s Mylapore area. Pa Ranjith has helmed “Kabali,” which has Radhika Apte playing an important character.
“Kabali” has raced ahead of “Sultan” in YouTube hits on respective teasers. While Salman’s “dhobi pachhaad” act has garnered 17.2 million hits in a month’s time, “Kabali” is inching close towards the 18-million mark after just two weeks of its release.
“Kabali” is reportedly the most-watched Indian film teaser on YouTube.
Salman Khan’s next ‘Sultan’ is quite talked-about, as the actor is playing a Haryanvi wrestler in the film and has been working quite hard to achieve the look and also pick up traits that of a wrsetler. However, had it not been for producer Ramesh Taurani , the film would have never found its apt title. It is said that the producer held the rights for the title ‘Sultan’; Aditya Chopra set out to make this film with Salman and Anushka Sharma, and wished to keep the same title.
Taurani and Salman’s relationship go way back, he has worked with the actor when he had just started out on Bollywood. The Khans are like family to him, and hence when Salman requested him for the title, Taurani simply gave it away without hesitating. In fact, even when Aditya Chopra learnt about it, he called Taurani as he wished to compensate for the same, but he refused to accept anything. Knowing his relationship with Salman, Taurani gave away the title to Adi’s production house without charging a single penny.
Nishikant Kamat’s directorial venture Madaari stars Irrfan Khan as a man, who seeks non-legal redress for a Metro bridge that comes crashing down in a busy part of Mumbai.
Kamat admits that the film is based on the collapse of an under-construction Metro bridge in Andheri, in the western suburb of Mumbai, which happened on September 4, 2012.
But the filmmaker says the real-life accident was just the triggering point for the plot.
“Madaari is about an under-construction Metro bridge, which fell a couple of years back in Andheri, Mumbai. The incident is just a backdrop. My film is plotted around the repercussions of this incident,” he says.
“If you recollect my 2008 filmMumbai Meri Jaan, that was also based on the backdrop of a tragic catastrophe: the Mumbai train bombings on July 11, 2006.
“But the film was about human emotions. As usual, my attempt is to explore the complexities created by an unfortunate event,” says the National award winning director.
The director, whose last release was Rocky Handsome, has made films like Dombivli Fast andLai Bhaari in Marathi earlier, as well as the Hindi version of Drishyam.
Madaari will release on June 10.