Glance on Bollywood Hindi Movies Releasing this Friday (5th December, 2014). Over the past few years Bollywood has materialized as one of the most admired film industry in the world. As Indians are craving for watching movies, hence. It is not a hidden fact that Bollywood has a great impact on both our culture and lifestyle. Apart from the Indian fans, Bollywood films have paved footprints out of the Indian sub-continent and have made fans worldwide. The ever growing fan base of Bollywood is excited more about upcoming and latest Bollywood films every month. If you are one among such fan who is excited to know about new Hindi movies than you have stepped to the right place.
Friday is considered to be a pay-day. Typically Saturday and Sunday are off for the weekend where people have room to spend both their time and money. Hence the producers of the films try to generate more cash flow by strategically releasing the movie on a Friday. Another probable reason of releasing movies on Friday is that the day is counted as auspicious in India by most religions and hence the producers of the movies might have a superstitious regarding movie release on a Friday.In this week total three movies is going to released and entertain you as well.
All three movies give some important message through film. Action Jackson, Bhopal A Prayer For Rain and Mumbai Delhi Mumbai Movie will be releasing this Friday.
- Director: Prabhu Deva
- Producer: Sunil Lulla
- Genre: Action, Comedy
- Star cast: Ajay Devgan. Sonakshi Sinha, Kunaal Roy Kapur. Yami Gautam,Anand Raj, Manasvi Mamgai and Sonu Sood. Prabhu Deva, Salman Khan and Shahid Kapoor will be giving their special appearance.
Storyline: Action Jackson will be a hard hitting typical Prabhu deva movie blended with great music. In this movie he takes the action to a new level. Ajay Devgan will be in lead to play thrilling action sequences using two swords, which has never been seen before. Loaded with Ajay Devgn’s hotness quotient, the movie is full of explosive action with lot of action as well as a good dose of romance.
Bhopal – A Prayer for Rain
- Director: Ravi Kumar
- Producer: Ravi Walia
- Genre: Drama
- Star cast: Mischa Barton as Eva Gascon, a Paris Match reporter, Martin Sheen as Warren Anderson, the chief executive of Union Carbide, David Brooks as Shane Miller, Kal Penn as Motwani, Tannishtha Chatterjee as Leela, Dilip’s wife, Rajpal Yadav as Dilip, the factory worker, Joy Sengupta as Roy, Manoj Joshi as Dr. Chandra, Gopichand Lagadapati as Steward, Fagun Thakrar as Rekha, Akhil Mishra as Napolean
Storyline: Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain is an historical-drama film that revolves around the real-life Bhopal disaster that took place in India on December 2 and 3, 1984. The story depicts events leading to the biggest man-made industrial catastrophe in history, which killed as many as 10,000 people in a single night. The movie is a chronicle of the story from Dilip’s perspective. Dilip (played by Rajpal Yadav), a rickshaw driver in Bhopal, India who himself took a job at the Union Carbide plant. The job is tough and risky with long hours, but everyone wants to hold on to their pay cheque and so Dilip stays calm when he notices that the plant managers is ignoring safety standards. The negligence at Union Carbide led to the leakage of methyl isocyanate which killed thousands of people. Tens of thousands of people still suffer from illnesses caused by the exposure to this gas.
Mumbai Delhi Mumbai
- Director: Satish Rajwade
- Producer : Viacom 18 Motion Pictures
- Genre: Romance, Comedy
- Star cast: Pia Bajpai, Shiv Pandit
Storyline: Mumbai Delhi Mumbai will be Shiv Pandit’s next movie and is all set to release next Friday. The film is a love story about a girl in search of a boyfriend because her mother wants her to get settle down. Pia Bajpai, a typical Mumbai girl, makes her first day trip to Delhi and conceded to meet a possible match for marriage on her mother’s urging. She lands in Delhi with the full determination to reject the guy after meeting him because he is from Delhi. However, as it turns out she loses her phone while fighting with an auto driver and meets. Goli Kohli (Shiv Pandit), a Delhi boy who finally helps her. One thing leads to another and they end up spending the entire day together. They fight, they argue, they laugh and share a lifetime of emotions in one day. When they meet in the morning they are unknown to each other with strong unfairness about Mumbai and Delhi, when they part in the evening, the unfairness have turned into affection for each other’s twist and finally, love.