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By The Telegraph Online
  • Published 3.08.13
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BAPASS: Based on the short story Railway Aunty by Mohan Sikka, BA Pass is about a young man (Shadab Kamal) who gets seduced by an older, mysterious woman (Chak De! India girl Shilpa Shukla) whose only identity is her name: Sarika Aunty. Directed by Ajay Bahl, BA Pass has been making a lot of noise on the festival circuit.

CALAPOR

Rituparna Sengupta and Priyanshu Chatterjee star in this thriller around a group of prisoners in Calapor Central Jail and their subsequent reformation. Calapor is directed by Dinesh P. Bhonsle and has music by Arjuna Harjai.

CHOR CHOR SUPER CHOR

This con caper revolves around two robber gangs who pull off some of the most daring heists in the heart of Delhi in an attempt to go one up on each other. Chor Chor Super Chor stars Deepak Dobriyal, Priya Bathija and Anshul Kataria, and is directed by K. Rajesh.

RABBA MAIN KYA KAROON

Arshad Warsi stars as a married man out to have some fun on the sly in this romantic comedy directed by Amrit Sagar Chopra. Coaxed by his three uncles — played by Tinnu Anand, Paresh Rawal and Shakti Kapoor — Arshad has a string of extramarital affairs that land him in a soup. Riya Sen is paired opposite Arshad.

Casting call: Ghanchakkar may have been a dud but that hasn’t decreased the saleability of the Emraan Hashmi-Vidya Balan pair. The two will reportedly star together in Mohit Suri’s next film, said to be an “emotional love story”. While Emraan is the Bhatt boy, this will be Vidya’s first film with Vishesh Films.