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The Ranveer Singh, Arjun Kapoor-starrer, Gunday, which hit theatres on Valentine’s Day, did manage to woo audiences, according to trade analysts.

Ranveer-Arjun's bromance has set the box office on fire, as the film's collections stand close to Rs. 50 crore. The Valentine's Day release brought back the angry young man to Bollywood.

Much like the big fish that swallows the small fish in the depths of the ocean, Hollywood has often gobbled up small, independent European and even Asian cinema.

In the last couple of years, an increasing number of film-makers have shot at locations in Kolkata and its suburbs. And the spots have remained popular with tourists long after the shooting was done.

It's a Valentine's Day release, yet it's not a rom-com. Ali Abbas Zafar's Gunday has all the right ingredients to cook up a masala blockbuster. We give you five reasons to go for this movie on V-Day.

Hindi films are often dubbed and simultaneously released in regional languages. However, when it came to doing the same for Yash Raj Films' latest release, Gunday, things weren't smooth.

Filmmaker Ali Abbas Zafar, director of upcoming film Gunday, got inspiration from his father’s stories, which he recreated for the film.

Usually, it is the leading ladies of Bollywood who take hours to get ready before a shot, what with their elaborate hair, make-up and outfits.

Will this be a year of mega blockbusters, surprise hits, cute romantic comedies or little films with a big heart? From Salman Khan's Jao Ho to Srk's Happy new Year, here’s a list – decide what you want to see right now!