Disney + Hotstar launched part of seven Bollywood movies as part of the “Disney + Hotstar Multiplex”, including the previously announced Sushant Singh Rajput-starrer Dil Bechara-will be available through streaming services between July and October issued. Six new films include Akshay Kumar-starrer horror comedy Laxmmi Bomb, Alia Bhatt-starrer drama Sadak 2 and Ajay Depp Ajay Devgn’s war drama “Pride of Bhuj India”, Abhishek Bachchan-starrer’s biopic “The Big Bull”, Kunal Khemu ), Rasika Dugal-starrer comedy-drama Lootcase and Vidyut Jammwal-starrer romantic thriller Khuda Haafiz.
All seven movies-Dil Bechara, Laxmmi Bomb, Sadak 2, “Bhutan: Pride of India”, “The Bull”, “Pillaging “The Maker” and Khuda Haafiz (Khuda Haafiz) were originally scheduled to premiere in theaters. But with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic shutting down cinemas in India, they will now skip theaters altogether and release directly on streaming media. Although Dil Bechara will be available to everyone for free, the other six movies will be limited to Disney + Hotstar VIP subscribers at a price of Rs. 399 a year. Disney + Hotstar Premium subscription covers all “VIP” rights.
Akshay Kumar and Kiara Advani (Guilty) hosted the Tamil horror comedy Muni 2: Kanchana’s remake starring, written, directed and produced by Raghava Lawrence. Lawrence is also the director and screenwriter of Laxmmi Bomb and part of the dialogue writer Farhad Samji (Baaghi 3), which was filmed in Dubai, UAE.
Laxmmi Bomb is produced by Good Film Cloak, Tusshar Entertainment, Shabinaa Entertainment, and Disney-owned Fox Star Studios. The producers are Kumar and Tusshar Kapoor.
Twenty years later, Mahesh Bhatt returned to the director’s seat and filmed the original 1991 romantic thriller, which is the sequel to his highest-grossing film of all time. Returning actors Sanjay Dutt and Pooja Bhatt also joined Alia Bhatt, Aditya Roy Kapur (Aashiqui 2), Jisshu Sengupta (Barfi!), Gulshan Grover (I Am Kalam) and Makarand Deshpande (Judgment: Country and Nanavati). With Shreya (Alia) as the center, trying to expose a god-man (Deshpande) who runs the spiritual path.
Sadak 2 is a work of Vishesh Films and Fox Star Studios owned by Bhatt. Mukesh Bhatt is the producer, just like the original. It was shot in Ooty, Mumbai, Mysore and Uttarakhand.
Bouj: Pride of India
Starring Ajay Devgn, Sanjay Dutt, Sonakshi Sinha (Dabangg) and Nora Fatehi (3D Street Dance), this is a true story about 300 women helping Indian Air Force Squadron Captain Vijay Karnik (Devgn) during Indochina in 1971 The story of the destroyed airstrip is reconstructed. -Northern War. Television director Abhishek Dudhaiya made his debut as a writer and director.
Bhuj: The pride of India is the work of the T series and Ajay Devgn FFilms. Manufacturers include Bhushan Kumar and Devgn. It was shot in Hyderabad, Kutcher, Bhopal, Indore, Lucknow, Mumbai and Kolkata.
Abhishek Bachchan plays Harshad Mehta, a stockbroker who participated in the 1992 securities scam and led to major financial reforms. In this biopic, he depicts the rise of the 1980s. Nikita Dutta (Ek Duje Ke Vaaste), Ileana D’Cruz (Barfi!), Sumit Vats (Hitler Didi), Ram Kapoor (Kasamh Se), Sohum Shah (Tumbbad) and Lekha Prajapati (iSmart Shankar). Kookie Gulati (prince, Abi) Directed and wrote with newcomer Arjun Dhawan.
Big Bull is the work of Ajay Devgn Films and Panorama Studios. The producers are Devgn, Kumar Mangat Pathak, Anand Pandit and Vikrant Sharma.
Kunal Khemu (Malang) and Rasika Dugal (Out of Love) dominate the cast of this comedy, which revolves around a red suitcase full of cash. As shown in a trailer in September last year, Nandan (Khemu) was in poor financial condition and accidentally ran into the aforementioned suitcase, Vijay Raz (Gully Boy), Ranville Xiaoli (Sonchiriya) and Guy Raj Rao (Badhaai) and others are also looking for such suitcases. it is good)
Lootcase is the work of Fox Star Studios and Soda Films.
According to reports, Vidyut Jammwal (Commando), Shivaleeka Oberoi (Yale Sally Ashki), Annu Kapoor (Vickie Donor), Shiv Panditt (Shanghai) and Aahana Kumra (The Lipstick Under My Burkha) ) Is the protagonist of this romantic action thriller-Bollywood loves cross-genre entrances-was shot in parts of Uzbekistan. We don’t know anything about this movie. Faruk Kabir (Allah Ke Banday (377 AbNormal)) directed and wrote.
Khuda Haafiz is the work of Panorama Studios. The producers are Kumar Mangat Pathak and Abhishek Pathak.
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