Sanjay Dutt



A father trying hard to 'fit-in' in his son's badass world. A son trying hard to 'dude-up' his dad from 'aiiiyyyo' to 'YO!' And a mother lost in translation between her husband's 'ingeva' and her son's 'Inn'it!' While Shekhar was trying every trick in the book to woo his son, get 'dude-ified' and 'up his coolness quotient' his son had given up on him. Just when the father-son duo hit a deadlock Shekhar strikes gold when he designs one hell of a game.

Munna Bhai M.B.B.S.

Rock On!! is an idea that transformed into a film most organically. Every step forward was effortless and refreshing. I guess when you try something original you find yourself in wonderland. Sakshi Shroff, the lonely and neglected wife of busy banking executive, Aditya, decides to give him a surprise on his birthday on July 22nd, but ends surprising him not once but multiple times.


PK is a comedy of ideas about a stranger in the city, who asks questions that no one has asked before. They are innocent, child-like questions, but they bring about catastrophic answers. People who are set in their ways for generations, are forced to reappraise their world when they see it from PK's innocent eyes. In the process PK makes loyal friends and powerful foes. Mends broken lives and angers the establishment. PK's childlike curiosity transforms into a spiritual odyssey for him and millions of others.

Kal Kissne Dekha

Born with the ability to foretell the future, Chandigarh-based Nihaal Singh, re-locates to study in a Mumbai-based college. He meets with and falls in love with snobbish and rude Nisha Kapoor, who subsequently becomes a little humble after he rescues her and others by assisting ACP Pradhan to diffuse a bomb in a busy shopping mall. Nihaal will soon find his life changing after he becomes involved with his college's professor Siddharth Verma; is on the hit list of Don Kalicharan; and a terrorist group that wants to enlist his help in planting explosives in busy locales all over Mumbai.

All The Best

Veer (Fardeen Khan), a singer in greed of extracting extra pocket money from his step-brother Dharam (Sanjay Dutt), a business-honcho from London, tries to lie about his single status and puts it forth as happily married with Vidya (Mugdha Godse), who he is in love with. His friend Prem (Ajay Devgn), a concept car expert, lends a helping hand in this falsely embossed projection. Prem is happily married to Jhanvi (Bipasha Basu), who takes care of his ancestors' out-dated Chopra Gymnasium . Veer and Prem land up in debts as they had opted for a short-cut to earn easy money.


"Beware, O Beautiful Ones," the title tells us--beware, indeed, because Ranbir Kapoor is already scorching his way to the top in this, his second film, and setting hearts on fire along the way. Kapoor--the grandson of the granddaddy of Indian film, actor Raj Kapoor, and the cousin of actress Kareena Kapoor--has the talent to match his pedigree and it shows even in this predictable, albeit entertaining movie about a commitment-phobe who gets a comeuppance.

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