Bollywood films to look out for in 2014

Wednesday, 1 January 2014 - 10:20am IST | Agency: DNA
The lowdown on the movies not to be missed in the New Year...

Dedh Ishqiya
Directed by Abhishek Choubey

 Sequel to the much talked-about Ishqiya, brings together the very engaging maamu-bhanja pair of Naseeruddin Shah and Arshad Warsi, and yes, this is Madhuri Dixit Nene’s comeback film.

Karle Pyar Karle
Directed by Rajesh Pandey

 Introduces director Suneel Darshan’s son Shiv. The film looks colourful and eye-catching and promises to give the industry its first star of 2014.

Jai Ho
Directed by Sohail Khan

 Salman , Salman , Salman... Should we say more?

Haseen Toh Phasee
Directed by Vinil Matthew
The fresh Siddharth Malhotra-Parineeti Chopra pair, the film’s crazy anything-can-happen look.

Gunday

Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar
Arjun Kapoor-Ranveer Singh make a solid pair. Add Priyanka Chopra’s cabaret act to the concoction, and you have an aphrodiasical movie. Yashraj’s next hit after Dhoom 3?

Highway
Directed by Imtiaz Ali

 The very promising Alia Bhatt is said to have put in a sterling gut-wrenching performance in this road movie. Imtiaz’s cinema never fails to rivet.

Shaadi Ke Side Effects

Directed by Saket Chaudhary

 The sequel to the 2006 film looks fresh, fertile and fabulous. The trailer is a knock-out. And the Farhan Akhtar-Vidya Balan pair is to die for.

Action Jackson

Directed by Prabhudheva

 Ajay Devgn gets together with the box-office badshah Prabhudheva for some serious mara-maari.

Holiday
Directed by AR Murugadoss

The Ghajini director teams up with Akshay Kumar for a remake of his Tamil blockbuster.

Hero Panti

Directed by Sabir Khan

Jackie Shroff’s son Tiger makes a dramatic debut. His stunts are said to be out of this world.

Happy Ending
Directed by Krishna DL, Raj Nidimoru

The Saif-Ileana pair with Kareena thrown in for good measure. The rom-com set in the US promises to be a charmer.

Main Tera Hero

Directed by David Dhawan

 David Dhawan directs his son Varun. The dude gets to romance Ileana and Nargis at the same time. These star-kids have all the luck in the world, no!

2 States
Directed by Abhishek Varman
The fresh Arjun Kapoor-Alia Bhatt pair. Chetan Bhagat’s rocking story.

Hawa Hawaii
Directed by Amole Gupte

 A film that revolves around roller-skating featuring the director’s very talented son Partho. Remember Stanley Ka Dabba? Salim Saqib of Bombay Talkies joins the cast.

P.K.
Directed by Raj Kumar Hirani

Raju Hirani and Aamir Khan team up again after 3 Idiots. Need anything more be said?

Humshakals
Directed by Sajid Khan

Triple roles for Saif Ali Khan, Riteish Deshmukh and Ram Kapoor. Are we laughing yet?

Villain
Directed by Mohit Suri

Shraddha Kapoor and Suri join hands again after Aashiqui 2. Siddhartha Malhotra replaces Aditya Roy Kapoor from the original team.

Roy
Directed by Vikramjit Singh

Ranbir-Arjun Rampal-Jacqueline Fernandes... sounds like a triangle with an alluring angle.

Phantom
Directed by Kabir Khan

 Saif Ali Khan and Katrina Kaif in a high-voltage espionage thriller shot in Beirut.

Kill Dill
Directed by Shaad Ali

 Shaad Ali returns to direction after six years with an interesting cast of Ranveer Singh, Parineeti Chopra in a glamorous avtaar, and Govinda.

Bang Bang
Directed by Siddharth Anand

Hrithik Roshan after Krrish 3. Katrina kicks up some serious action.

Detective Bhyomkesh Bakshi
Directed by Dibakar Bannerjee

Sushant Singh Rajput transforms into a detective from the 1940s. Periodicity at its most intriguing. Dibakar never fails to engage us.

Bombay Velvet
Directed by Anurag Kashyap

 Ranbir Kapoor in an epic saga that is set in Mumbai during the 1960s. He teams up with Anushka Sharma for the first time.

Finding Fanny Fernandes
Directed by Homi Adjania

 Adjania created magic with Deepika Padukone in Cocktail. Finding Fanny Fernandes promises more of the same. Plus an interesting ensemble cast.

All Is Well
Directed by Umesh Shukla

 Rishi Kapoor and Abhishek Bachchan as father and son. Great chemistry

Kick
Directed by Sajid Nadiadwala

 Salman, Salman and some more of Salman...

Mary Kom
Directed by Omang Kumar

 The very talented Priyanka Chopra gives it her best shot.


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