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Khoobsurat stars the self-proclaimed beauty Sonam Kapoor, along with the new and very very hot Fawad Afzal Khan. A romantic comedy, the film releases on 19th September 2014 and is slightly similar to the original Khoobsurat (1980).

This film stars Deepika Padukone and Arjun Kapoor along with Dimple Kapadia, Pankaj Kapur and the magical Naseeruddin Shah. The film releases on 25th August in English and Hindi under Maddock Films and is all set to find Fanny, Naseeruddin’s one...

Releasing on 29th August, this interestingly named film is a crime comedy produced under UTV Motion Pictures and starring Emraan Hashmi, along with Humaima Malik. The title is inspired by Amitabh Bachchan’s “Mr. Natwarlal” (1979).

Sequal of Singham (2011), this movie has raised a lot of excitement amongst its fans. The Ajay Devgan-starrer (along with Kareena Kapoor) released on Independence Day. The album is a short one with 4 songs, the very first one being the highlight...

The album is primarily folk, with a few good tracks and a few boring ones. It’s not usual, for sure! Very sensuous, descriptive and almost makes you imagine love-making scenes between Randeep Hooda and Nandana Sen.

A Sallu-starrer produced by Sajid Nadiadwala, Kick is an official remake of the Telegu film Kick (2009). We’ve got Jacqueline Fernandez, Randeep Hooda, and Nawazuddin Siddiqui in lead roles along with Salman Khan.

A very small album of two good songs and two crappy songs. Not good enough to be a powerful album at all, and not convincing to pull crowds to the cinemas. Very disappointing for Vidya Balan.

Different from the usual, stale love songs, sad songs, and party songs. A.R. Rahman definitely knows how to make his album different and lovely to the ear, whether they are offbeat songs or just the regular romantic, cute or sad melodies!

If we’ve got a film directed by Sajid Khan and having Riteish Deshmukh along with Saif Ali Khan and Ram Kapoor, it’s got to be a comedy.

The album is a good mix of romantic songs, party songs, and one very untraditionally sad song. Pritam’s music is always something special and nice, and singers like Arijit and Mika have made the album rocking.

The entire album is an overload of pain, sadness, torture, crying, and hating life. Yes.

The song has fun songs, but nothing can come close to the title track, which is totally superb! The rest of the tracks do compliment the first track though, keeping the same momentum throughout the album.

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