Which weekend release do you think will top the other?
When the girls refused to shake the shimmy, Aamir Khan decided to become Disco King himself. Mr Perfectionist is quite the item as the Indian Elvis Presley, as he brings retro back to the big screen in style. He's borrowing from Govinda, Mithun Di, Anil Kapoor- this one's sure to be a crowd pleaser
And is the Big B far behind. The 68-year-old dons the 70s look to play the Angry Old Man, with a colourful language. He's never going to be too old for anything!
Throwing her weight after old friend Amitabh, Raveena makes a detour from the classic wet yellow-saree to become a Chandigarh Di Star. She claims its not ‘sexy', but we beg to differ.
Angsty Young Men: Imran Khan and his band of boys play rebellious characters, that might resonate with the youth of today. These mad men care enough about society to mask their insults cleverly (Bhag DK Bose), but still get their point across.
Speaking of cleverly rephrased profanity, can we dare ignore the old man's Beep Beep. You don't mess with the Bbuddah!
For those who love living life on the edge, this feature's going to be a treat. Violence is a part and parcel!
The Bbuddah likes to teach the hoods a lesson or two too.
DB also has some particularly euphoric music, more often than not with strong lyrics. These boys have a thing or two to say to the society.
The still says it all- we're betting there's a thousand walking hormones out there feeling just the same.
Nothing like a bit of romance to add the right kind of spice to a War Story.
Delhi Belly has more than just it's star value supporting it. Imran Khan's PIL against the government' s age limit bar is sure to get him all the youth support, majorly from all those still yet to turn 25.
There's a lot going on for the Bachchans too- they have their own little ‘home production' under way. We wouldn't be surprised if Bachchan fans flock to the theatres in great numbers just to see the grandpa-to-be!