This Friday, 3 Bollywood Movies are being Released at Box Office
This coming Friday is being loaded with number of movies. There are three Bollywood movies- One Night Stand, Traffic & 1920 London scheduled to be released on 6th of May. None of them is awaited, everybody eyeing on the Hollywood biggie much awaited Captain America: Civil War and the die hard fans of Bollywood are still in fever of last week released Baaghi. So only a minor portion of audience is left for these new releases. Earlier One Night Stand was supposed to be released on 22nd May but later shifted to this date and Cabaret which was initially scheduled for this date has been postponed to 27th May.
One Night Stand: It is a thriller movie, written by Bhavani Iyer and directed by Jasmine D’souza. One Night Stand is bankrolled by Pradeep Sharma and Furquan Khan under the banner Swiss Entertainment. It features super hot actress Sunny Leone, Nyra Banerjee and Tanuj Virwani in lead roles. Ofcourse Sunny is the backbone of this flick and bit hype it has among audience is only because of her.
Traffic: It is a thriller movie based on a true story. Directed by Rajesh Pillai and jointly produced by Deepak Dhar, Sameer Gogate & Sameer Rajendran under the banner Endemol India in association with Fox Star Studios. Traffic features the ensemble cast that includes Manoj Bajpayee, Jimmy Sheirgill, Prosenjit Chatterjee, Divya Dutta, Amol Parashar, Parambrata Chatterjee and debutante Richa Panai. It is the remake of 2011’s Malayalam movie with the same title.
1920 London: It is a horror movie, directed by Tinu Suresh Desai and backed by Reliance Entertainment. 1920 London is the third installment of successfull Indian horror franchise 1920. It features Sharman Joshi, Meera Chopra and Vishal Karwal in lead roles. The movie has little hype only because of its prequels 1920 & 1920: The Evil Returns.
Out of these three, critics have eye on the renowned actors studded movie Traffic and the audience is waiting for Sunny Leone starrer One Night Stand in search of masala and romance. 1920 London stands at last in terms of pre-release hype among audience.