Rajkumar Santoshi's Halla Bol finally hits theatres this Friday as does E Niwas' My name is Anthony Gonsalves. And for those who like their dose of thrills from Hollywood, there is Nicholas Cage-starrer National Treasure. So take your pick for this week.
Rang De Basanti-style of people's activism, Rajkumar Santoshi's drama Halla Bol releases this Friday. It is said to be inspired by the Jessica Lal murder case. For those inspired by Rang De Basanti-style of people's activism, Rajkumar Santoshi's drama Halla Bol releases this Friday. It is said to be inspired by the Jessica Lal murder case.
Ajay Devgan stars as Ashfaque, a small town guy who dreams of making it big in Bollywood and so joins a theatre troupe run by Pankaj Kapur, a reformed dacoit. Gradually getting an entry into Bollywood and then making it big, Ashfaque's entire persona changes as he gets a taste of the high-life.
The small town lad, now known by his screen name, Sameer also gets alienated from his wife, played by Vidya Balan as well as all his near and dear ones. However, an incident at a party forces him to look inside. Will he be reformed and emerge a true-life hero? Watch Halla Bol to out.
Just like Ajay Devgan in Halla Bol, making it big in Bollywood is also the mantra for the star of this week's other release, My Name is Anthony Gonsalves, starring newcomer Nikhil Dwivedi as Anthony.
The story revolves around an aspiring actor who works at a bar, which unknown to him is a front for illegal operations. But when he witnesses a murder commited by his boss, a cat and mouse game starts as he becomes the prime suspect for a crime he hasn't committed.
Playing Anthony's lady-love is Amrita Rao who leaves her girl-next-door image behind. My Name is Anthony Gonsalves is directed by E Niwas who has films like Shool and Dum to his credit.
Treasure hunter Nicholas Cage returns once again as Benjamin Franklin Gates in this sequel to the 2004 hit, National Treasure. The second part sees him trying to discover the truth behind the assassination of President Lincoln by piecing together the mystery from the missing 18 pages from the assassin, John Wilkes Booth's diary.
However, he is in for a shock when his great-grandfather's name also crops up in the crime. To uncover the real mystery and to clear his ancestor's name, Gates undertakes a journey which makes him break into the Buckingham Palace and the White House as well as kidnap the President of the US of A. The film also stars Diane Kruger, Helen Mirren and Jon Voight in key roles.