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    Old – and stale – wine in a new bottle. Ready in 2006, waited four long years to hit the screen.
  • Raavan

    Abhishek Bachchan stands atop a mountain before plunging into a river. That’s how Mani Ratnam opens Raavan. Next, Bachchan kidnaps Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.
  • The Camp

    The Camp is an adventure film for children.
  • Ek Second …Jo Zindagi Badal De…

    Ek Second… Jo Zindagi Badal De… is one of those films made for self-gratification, an outcome of a shaukhiya filmmaker.
  • Raajneeti

    If anything goes in politics and elections, why not make a film on politics in which anything goes! While the film’s name is Raajneeti, the story is more about one-upmanship between two families.
  • Ashok Chakra

    Ashok Chakra is based on a true story and is a tribute to all the martyrs who lost their lives in the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai.
  • Kites

    Much awaited Kites starts off with an explanation of the relevance of its title.
  • Bal Hanuman 2

    This sequel to Bal Hanuman is a delight for kids as it explores cute little, mischievous, strong and brave Hanuman’s childhood years.
  • Vroom

    The adventures of a Magical Car is a concept well-known in the film industry since Chitty Chitty Bang Bang in late 1960s followed by the very popular Herbie series which inspired a sole Indian film, T
  • Kushti

    Kushti is set in an urban background of wrestling with a love story woven around it. The idea seems to cash in on the fame of WWF wrestler Khali and rest of the story concocted around this.
  • Bumm Bumm Bole

    Bumm Bumm Bole depicts a poignant tale of two siblings and a host of dilemmas that they are pitted against.
  • Admissions Open

    Admissions Open starts off with some foolish pranks the passing out students play in a given few minutes on their teachers.