Tuesday, August 23, 2016 11:56 AM
Oye! Cinema Previews
humorously brings forth the intricacies of cross-cultural love story.
Independent, fierce and absolutely Indian is Meera. Being a single mother, she is busy dealing with the teenage phase of her
As romance blossoms between two individuals who belong to completely different worlds,
Lahore based Bilal Ahmed (Abhay Deol) who aspires to join the Pakistan cricket team is forced to give up his dream since his father wants him to become a top notch politician. Bilal follows his father's wishes becoming a politician who is wedded to his childhood friend Zoya (Momal Sheikh). Bilal
Ever since Badal was an eight year old, he falls in love with violence. When other children of his age were suggested to take up role models he chose the local mafia leader Bachcha Babu who had a reputation of series crimes and murders as his role model. Badal is so inspired by Bachcha Babu that,
(that has been dubbed from the Tamil film by the same name) is a story about a Malaysian don Kabaleeshwaran aka Kabali (Rajinikanth), the very man who belongs to an Indian origin. After spending 25 long years, he finally gets freedom. The very moment he is out of the jail,
Great Grand Masti
is the story of Amar (Ritesh Deshmukh), Prem (Aftab Shivdasani) and Meet (Vivek Oberoi) are bosom pals and all of them are frustrated in their married lives. Amar, a sexologist, can't consummate his marriage with his wife, Sapna (Puja Banerjee), because he lives with his strict
is a story of love, lust, murder and revenge. The film starts off with the death of Manav (Manav Kaul) and Anshu's (Tanvi Vyas) little daughter Kuhu (Aishwarya) in an accident. While Anshu blames Manav for not saving their daughter, Manav
Let's Ring The BBell Productions'
Ramanna is a scavenger, who also serves odd jobs. He is subjected to be responsible for the murders of pavement dwellers over the course of time. He has been under constant observation and scrutiny. Ramanna is delusional and has a superiority complex. He claims
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