Hits and misses of the week

The much awaited week is here, a long weekend coupled with good films, what more can any one asks for. This week we have the Bollywood film “Aarakshan” ready for release. Along with the “Aarakshan” few other Hollywood films are in the pipe line to release.

Let’s take a look at this weeks release:

Aarakshan :



















Directed by Prakash Jha

Starring:Amitabh Bachchan, Saif Ali Khan, Deepika Padukone, Prateik Babbar, Manoj Bajpai.

Movie buffs are already waiting eagerly for this film which is based on a controversial subject matter. The film talks about– reservation or quota system in India. This film has been opposed by many backward classes. In states like Uttar Pradesh and Punjab, the government has decided not to screen the film.

Phir :






Directed by Girish Dhamija.

Star Cast: Rajneesh Duggal, Adah Sharma and Roshni Chopra.

The psychological thriller “Phir” revolves around a man’s search for his wife. His wife is missing and he is out on search with the help of another woman. This is a suspense thriller. The first timer Roshni Chopra is seen acted in the film.

Among the English film, this week we have:

Will To Live :
Will To Live





Directed by : Charles Sleichter and  Paul Emami.

Star Cast : Geoffrey Broderick , Anusha Singh, Erik Altemus, Tara Emerson, Arjun, Subhasis , Pallavi

'Will To Live' is inspired by a true story of a father who fights all odds in order to save his son from a fatal disease. On account of its Indo-American filmmakers and starcast the film also leaves a cross cultural appeal,

The movie also witnesses the association between Bappi Lahiri and international artist MC Hammer maintaining the Bollywood/Hollywood combination.

Winnie the Pooh :
Winnie To Pooh















Directed by Muhammad Kumail and  Hado Shah

Star cast : Jim Cummings, Craig Ferguson, Travis Oates, Bud Luckey, Tom Kenny, John Cleese

The adorable cartoon character Winnie the Pooh. is ready to make its debut this week in the theaters. So all kids and rest who likes watching cartoon animation can now opt for this Friday treat.

Friday before the Independence day holidays will experience a huge turn over in the theater halls.  It’s a long weekend after sometime. Some will definitely go out traveling, but rest will go out with family and friends to watch films and enjoy. The film makers and distributors are therefore expecting good turnover in the halls and since they are eagerly waiting with Big B’s films they are more or less assured of the public response.