SIX MOVIES RELEASE THIS FRIDAY
SIX MOVIES RELEASE THIS FRIDAY

By Eye TV India Bureau

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Six movies titled 'Yeh Mera India', 'Daddy Cool', 'Kisaan', 'Love Khichdi', 'Quick Gun Murugan' and 'Toss' will release this Friday ( Aug 28th). Most of them are comedies except 'Kisaan' and likely to entertain the audience. First, 'Yeh Mera India' (Y.M.I.) looks interesting. This belongs to N.Chandra with Smilie Suri acting in it. She is capable of fighting for her rights and says that this is her real life character too. Smilie Suri plays Asha, a middle class Maharashtrian girl, who is working in a call center, just like today's young girls. But, she is very strong and unwilling to give up or accept defeat. The film, which is the story of 24 hours, has been shot at real location. Smilie claims anybody can relate to the characters shown in the film and one would walk out with the feeling of pride at being an Indian.

Then there is a new kind of movie titled 'Love Khichdi'. Here, Randeep Hooda returns with a bang. Randeep himself a Jat boy called Vir in the movie, initially feels that love is nothing but lust. Very soon he discovers through very funny and true to life encounters with seven beautiful women that there is a lot more to love than lust! So, the movie deals with the confusion and convenience in love, and also about a lot of men and women knowing about each other but never disclosing the same. Vir lands in Mumbai after studying in the Pusa Catering College. He works at a five star hotel as a chef (second in command in the kitchen). His big dream is to own a restaurant. He has lust for every woman he meets. All this leads to a wonderfully funny journey to cook the deliciously tasty khichdi garnished with all the great spices of love and lust. Well, his khichdi has a number of flavors. The seven women he meets have different flavors like those of spices.

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Third, 'Quick Gun Murugan' is a story of South Indian cowboy. To make someone laugh is a tough job, yet most of the Bollywood directors try their hand on comedy dish. This is another matter that few succeed in making it tasty. 'Quick Gun Murugan' also leaves no stone unturned to make audience laugh. Shashanka Ghosh directs it featuring Dr. Rajendra Prasad as Quick Gun Murugun, Naseer as Rice Plate Reddy, Vinay Pathak as Mr C Gupta, Rambha as Mango Dolly, Anu Menon as Locket Lover, Raju Sundaram as Rowdy MBA, Shanmugaraja as Gun Powder, and Ashwin Mushran as Dr Django.

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Fourth, 'Toss' is the captivating story of six childhood friends who on their way back from a vacation come across a fortune. They decide to split the money and start dreaming a king's life. They calculate the actions, risks, percentages - but forget to calculate the human heart. Soon before they realize the owners of the booty are after them, the law is after them and worse ...they are after each other. The friends tread a path where greed rules and death has an equal chance of triumph.... and money awaits its new set of victims! This hair-raising theme that revolves around an unpredictable human psyche keeps you on tenterhooks and its any one's guess who will survive the testing grounds.

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Fifth, 'Kisaan', the story of a farmer, a powerful father, and his two sons, presents an honest view of the rugged life and goals of a simple farming family against the lush green agricultural lands of modern day Punjab. It begins with a Kisaan played by Jackie Shroff, a widower who's immersed in the legacy of his ancestral lands as he raises two very different sons; Arbaaz Khan is formally schooled to become a city based lawyer while Sohail Khan through lack of funds and inclination towards anything other than farming is kept by his father's side. When Dalip Tahil, a shrewd businessman, convinces many beleaguered farmers to sell their lands for his commercial interests some by using the violent tactics of the village's heavy hand Romeo, it shatters the harmony of village life, and Dayal's family is jeopardized. Dayal Singh and his sons are locked into a battle of right; each is focused on their path to success.

Lastly its 'Daddy Kool' - a comedy in which Good Son Steven Lazarus, an aspiring writer tries to give his father a decent funeral by delivering a eulogy…that includes a description of the rivers of Goa.

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