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BOYS & BABES 2013

For the stars

Krrish 3 (november)
Are you done with drooling? You can see this beauty in motion once Krrish soars into thin air again. Pa Roshan directs HRITHIK ROSHAN with Priyanka Chopra for company again.
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (July 12)
The teaser blew us away. FARHAN AKHTAR as the sinewy Flying Sikh, Milkha Singh. Directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, this should be one super sprint at the cinemas.
Dhoom 3 (Christmas)
Aamir Khan as the bad guy in the coolest Bollywood franchise. Plus, Katrina Kaif as his arm candy! Abhishek Bachchan better get his act together to get noticed. All talaash for a blockbuster stops here. Dhoom macha le...
Besharam (october 2)
He wasn’t allowed to say a word in Barfi!. Something tells us Ranbir Kapoor will make up for it and more in Besharam. Directed by Abhinav Dabangg Kashyap with newcomer Pallavi Sharda opposite RK, this is going to be one cool fillum with our coolest young star.
Ghanchakkar (June 21)
After No One Killed Jessica, director Raj Kumar Gupta returns for a roller-coaster bank heist film, but what excites us most is this is Vidya Balan’s next film after Kahaani. And we know the chemistry she can steam up with Dirty Picture co-star Emraan Hashmi.
Chennai Express (Diwali)
He couldn’t get Rajkumar Hirani or Vishal Bhardwaj to direct a film for him. So Rohit Shetty it is. Co-starring his Om Shanti Om girl Deepika Padukone, Shah Rukh Khan’s Chennai Express is “about a man’s journey from Mumbai to Rameshwaram and what happens during the journey”.

For the directors

Lootera (July 5)
His Udaan was a gem and we expect a class act to follow from Vikramaditya Motwane. Starring Ranveer Singh and Sonakshi Sinha, Lootera is a period film “vaguely inspired” by O Henry’s short story The Last Leaf. Amit Trivedi scores the music for the film, shot extensively in Bengal.
Kai Po Che! (February 22 )
Rock On!! man Abhishek Kapoor returns with the
big-screen adaptation of Chetan Bhagat’s The 3 Mistakes of My Life. He could have picked just about anybody, but Abhishek has gone with three relative newcomers in Sushant Singh Rajput, Rajkumar Yadav and Amit Sadh. Amit Trivedi scores.
Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani (May 31)
Yes it brings back Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone together (some say not just on reel), but we are most kicked about seeing what Ayan Mukerji has dished out after that delightful debut in Wake Up Sid. The music is by Presidency boy Pritam.
Inkaar (January 18)
Sudhir Mishra returns with his muse Chitrangda Singh and lures hottie Arjun Rampal in for what looks like a fresh new adaptation of Disclosure. Shantanu Moitra-Swanand Kirkire make the music.
David (February 1)
You could have loved Shaitan or hated Shaitan but you just couldn’t have ignored Shaitan. And now Bejoy Nambiar brings his style statement to David, a tale of three men in three parts of the country in three different times. Starring Neil Nitin Mukesh, Vikram, Tabu, Monica Dogra and Isha Sharvani.
Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola (January 11)
We always wait for a Vishal Bhardwaj film. Especially when there’s Pankaj Kapur in the mix (after Blue Umbrella and Maqbool). This one’s meant to be as wacky as the title or the pink buffalo which comes at the end of the trailer. Imran Khan goes desi and Anushka Sharma lives by the tattoo on her sexy lower back — Dekho magar pyaar se!

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