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05-25-2012, 01:37 AM #1
Friday Release: Rakhi Sawant in 'Rakhtbeej'This Friday, no big Hindi film is there to give 'Men In Black 3' a run for its money at the box office, but that doesn't mean Hindi films are not releasing. Director Anil Balani's 'Rakhtbeej' is all set to hit the screens on May 25. The film stars Maanas, Mansi Dovhal, Rajesh Khattar and Tinu Anand in the lead roles. Rakhi Sawant will also be visible in the film in an item number.
The story revolves around two men Abhay Jatav and Ajay (Both played by Maanas), who have entirely different lives. However, the turn of events make them cross each other's path often.
Abhay Jatav is from a humble background, but he ends up becoming one of the most dreaded gangsters in Uttar Pradesh. On the other hand, Ajay's fate takes him to the position of the CEO of Dabral Group of Industries.
Sarita (Manasi Dovhal) is Abhay's love interest, but her position in Abhay's life loses its value when Abhay falls in love with a simple village girl Poonam.
Similar things are happening with Ajay too who prefers supermodel Priya over Sanjana, the daughter of the chairman of Dabral Group of Industries.
Abhay finds an enemy in Maya Singh while Dharam does the same to Ajay. Now, the two men are in a trap where they are surrounded by politicians, police, and dacoits. The life becomes a test of friendship and relationships for them.
The film can't boast of established stars, so the item number by Rakhi Sawant is its biggest attraction. Apart from the average song 'Lattoo', 'Rakhtbeej' has no other chartbuster.
Friday Release: Animated action film 'Arjun: The Warrior Prince'
This Friday, Hindi film 'Arjun: The Warrior Prince' will stand tall to face the big Hollywood release 'Men In Black 3' at the box office. Though the audiences have seen films such as 'Rancho' and 'Roadside Romeo' in the past, still the Indian film market is not very open about animation films yet.
Bollywood actor Jaaved Jafferi expresses his opinion about the future of animation films in India,"This mentality that Indians have that animated films are only for kids is very wrong. Animated films are high-grossing films at the box-office, be it 'The Incredibles', 'Jungle Book' series, 'The Lion King', all animated films are top-grossers at the box office. I don't see why not, why it can't happen here."
Arnab Chaudhuri, the director of 'Arjun: The Warrior Prince', rejects the allegation that his film is especially made for children. He spoke to IBNLive about it,"Mine is not a children's movie, it's an action film. Filmmakers choose mythological stories because they give reference points. If you look at the early Disney movies they were fairytales for exactly the same reason. The magic started to happen when filmmakers start to bring their perspective into films."
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05-25-2012, 01:51 AM #2
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great post !