It was in Apne that Anil Sharma roped in the legendary Dharmendra and his sons Sunny and Bobby Deol in Apne that went on to write a new chapter in the history of Bollywood. Now, this favourite director of the Deols brings all three together again in Deepak Mukut’s film Apne 2. What more can the audience want with now…
Heroes is about two students who decide to make a movie on why ‘you should not join Indian armed forces’. During this process they meet a war reporter who gives them a task to deliver the last letters of three Kargil martyrs. These two friends Sameer Suri aka Saand (Sohail Khan) and Ali Shah aka Nawab Sahab (Vatsal Sheth) embark on a fun tour on motorbike and their experiences in the journey change their outlook towards life.
As part of their project they are filming their experiences on the way. There are three stories interwoven in the script. The first story is about a soft spoken yet tough - Balkar Singh (Salman Khan) of Atari in Amritsar. Like every man Balkar has beautiful dreams for his family but he knows he might not be able to fulfill them and he does not regret it as he has pledged his life for his country. Kuljeet Kaur (Preity Zinta) takes pride in being an army man’ ....
An action packed fast paced thriller, ought to appeal to the youth. This is what Ghayal Once Again is about.
Ajay Mehra (Sunny Deol) is back after serving prison sentence for killing Balwant Rai. The film opens with flashbacks of Ghayal.
Ajay begins a new career as a news editor of an independent newspaper. He doubles as a vigilante who assists the police with their hard-to-prosecute cases (including cases where the accused are prominent and influential members of society).
Post his release from the prison, he suffers anxiety attacks with flashes of his painful past where his wife and family members are killed. Treated by a neurologist - psychiatrist Dr Riya (Soha Ali Khan), he returns to normalcy except that the fire to fight the system remains inherent in him.
A small town reporter Renu is drugged and raped by her boss. She commits suicide as her innocent boyfriend is fram ....
Born in the upper middle class society, Viki had no mother and his father had no time for him. The cold loneliness of Viki's world left him weak and tainted from within. Absence of love and care pushed Viki to find acceptance in other places. One such place was just a road away from his plush apartment- THE GANGSTER‐LAND. Read Dishkiyaoon review further
Nicknamed as Viki Kartoos (Harman Baweja) was often bullied at school. The adolescent Viki is impressed with Mota Tony (Prashant Narayan) and comes under his influence, and this is how he becomes a gangster.
Viki finds love and acceptance, where bullets don't warn before firing. Interpersonal relationships are complex, situations are twisted. Ambitions break free, as Viki sets his eyes on the top‐spot in gangster‐land. He backs himself to de‐throne the existing king. Where people use might, Viki uses his mind. A game of dice ....
THE DEOLS – DHARMENDRA, SUNNY AND BOBBY on the cover of PEOPLE magazine (MUMBAI) In an exclusive tete-a-tete, PEOPLE’s latest cover stars, screen legend Dharmendra with his sons Sunny and Bobby open up on a lifetime in the movies – and the ties that keep them strong. “I remember seeing Awaara (1951) and I loved that Prithviraj and Raj Kapoor…