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MISSUE NO. 3627 

July 05 - 11, 2013

 

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Entertainment For All With Three New Movies At Nyali Cinemax This Week !

WATCH A MODERN AND DARKER VERSION OF
BENGALI CLASSIC DEVDAS - LOOTERA

 

Coastweek -- DIRECTOR VIKRAM ADITYA Motwane’s previous works have been the social drama Udaan based on Producer Anurag Kashyap’s real life and Dev D, the modern and darker version of the Bengali classic Devdas. writes ANJUM ASODIA.  

His newest release is the Ekta Kapoor, Shobha Kapoor and Anuraag Kashyap production Lootera which opens worldwide at the NYALI CINEMAX this week.

Starring Ranveer Singh and Sonakshi Sinha for the first time ever, Lootera is set in the 1950’s in a small village called Manikpur in West Bengal where an ancient idol presides in the local temple.

Archaeologist Varun Shrivastav and his team come to this village to study this old and valuable relic.

The local Zamindar who is the custodian of this idol and temple is impressed with this young man’s knowledge and behavior.

But more than the Zamindar, it is his daughter Pakhi who is drawn towards Varun and the two fall in love.

What no one knows is that there is more to Varun than meets the eye and all this is revealed just one day before the impending marriage causing an upheaval in everyone’s lives.

Paul Feig’s direction of The Heat with Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy is the second new film at the NYALI CINEMAX this week.

Following on the comedy lines of his previous work, The Bridesmaids, The Heat is a story about an FBI agent Sarah Ashburn and Boston detective Shannon Mullins.

Ashburn is very possessive about her space while Mullins is a tough hard-as-nails cop who has issues of her own.

The two are sent off to find and apprehend a Russian drug lord but before they do that they have to learn to work with each other and that, is not an easy task especially when it involves two women.

Monster’s Inc introduced us to two very good buddies Mike Wazowski and James P. Sullivan.

These two monsters are inseparable but that is not how they first hit it off.

Following in the footsteps of the first film, Pixar has released Monsters University and it can be seen at the NYALI CINEMAX this week.

Monster’s Inc has been set up to scare the living daylights out of children, but each monster has to go through a proper course to learn how to do that.

And what better way than to enroll at Monster’s University ?

Michael “Mike” Wazowski is at his first day at the uni and things become very unpleasant when the arrogant blue monster named James P. “Sulley” Sullivan begins to show off.

A few more unpleasant encounters follow which bring about an enmity between these two.

How they get over this mistrust and become such good friends is what you will see in three and two dimension in Monsters University starring the voices of Billy Crystal, John Goodman, Helen Mirren and Steve Buscemi.

Emraan Hashmi is still trying to find his memory to locate where he has hidden the loot which was to be shared with his accomplices who are beginning to lose their patience.

Ghanchakkar
also stars Vidya Balan, Rajesh Sharma and Namit Das.

It is a tough choice when a policeman has to decide whether to be a parent or an upstanding citizen first.

Channing Tatum, Jamie Foxx and Maggie Gyllenhaal star in the thrilling drama White House Down where a group of terrorists take over the White House holding the American president and many sightseeing visitors hostage.

Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson are on a roll when they take on the mighty Google in The Internship, rated not suitable for under 16.

Other stars in this film are Max Minghella, Joanna Garcia, John Goodman, Jessica Szohr and Aasif Mandvi.

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