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Most-awaited Bollywood films scheduled for 2015

 Most-awaited Bollywood films scheduled for 2015

If you happen to be a die-hard Bollywood fan, then you might agree to the fact that 2014 was not exactly as good as 2013 and 2012, when it came to the quality of movies that hit the silver screen. 2014 started with Dedh Ishqiya and ended with Ugly, which was somewhat gloomy, but whimsical at the same time. Even if movies such as Haider, Queen and Highway tried to salvage the benchmark created by some of the blockbuster movies that came out earlier, yet they did lack the alluring element needed to strike the perfect chord with Indian as well as global audience. But past is past, and we have a few interesting movies on the upcoming line-up of 2015. Let us highlight some of the most anticipated releases that will hit the screens in 2015.
Starring Amitabh Bachchan, Dhanush and Akshara Hassan, the movie has been directed by R. Balki, known for Cheeni Kum (2007) and Paa (2009). The plotline of the movie revolves around Bollywood industry where Amitabh Bachchan lends his voice to Dhanush, who happens to be a deaf and mute rising star. But when the film becomes a hit, an ego clash ensues between both the stars.
Shot in perilous locations based in Lebanon, this film has been directed by Kabir Khan and the lead cast consists of Saif Ali Khan and the ever-gorgeous Katrina Kaif. The story is an adaptation of S Hussain Zaidi’s book that has not been released yet. It involves a secret agent hailing from India, who is recruited post 26/11 attacks to tackle global terrorism.
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This film sees Anoushka Sharma and Neil Bhoopalam as the lead cast and has been directed by Navdeep Singh, who rose to fame following his debut movie, Manorama Six Feet Under. The story highlights the life of a couple who meet with horrific experiences while on a road trip. You will get to see lots of instances where women empowerment will be reflected loudly.
For those who are crazy about Shah Rukh Khan, Fan might certainly be one of the most awaited films to hit the theatres in 2015. SRK’s presence in Indian cinema has been dormant lately, with Happy New Year being his last release. This might be the big comeback that most of the fans are anticipating. Directed by Maneesh Sharma of Band Baaja Baraat fame and starring Ileana D’Cruz along with Vaani Kapoor, this movie comes with an interesting storyline where SRK plays a double-role, one of a crazed fan and the other one of a Bollywood superstar. Furthermore, 3-time Oscar winning makeup specialist Greg Cannom, who has received recognition for movies such as Dracula, Mrs. Doubtfire and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button will be handling the look of SRK in the movie.
Starring ex-flame couple Ranbir Kapoor alongside Deepika Padukone and directed by Imtiaz Ali, this is one of those typical big-budget romantic movies that will hit the screens sometime in 2015. After movies such as Highway (2014) and Rockstar (2011), Imtiaz Ali is all set for Tamasha, which has been shot in Corsica and involves a couple who fall in love with each other, after expressing their love for the cartoon, Asterix. The music of the movie has been composed by A. R. Rahman, and this adds more to the excitement level of the audience.
This movie will see Varun Dhawan playing a serious role for the first time, and consists of a powerful cast such as Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Yami Gautam, Huma Qureshi, Divya Dutta and Vinay Pathak. Directed by Sriram Raghavan, the story of the film revolves around Raghu (Varun Dhawan), who is out to seek revenge from Liak (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) as he had killed his parents 15 years back. Finally, this movie pulls out Varun Dhawan from the chocolate-boy image and shows him as an intense character. After Gangs of Wasseypur, the popularity of Nawazuddin Siddiqui has always skyrocketed at a fast pace owing to his terrific role in the second instalment of the movie.
Thus, these are some of the movies that have been highly anticipated to hit the theatres in 2015, and are certainly bound to bring masses to cinema halls.


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