Did anyone read an absolutely positive review on Mausam yet? It ran at the Hamburg cinema this monday, but I a) didn't have the money to go that far and b) wasn't very convinced about the film yet.
I'm sorry to tell you that I'm not able to watch the trailers of this week's releases - I'm sitting at the library right now -, I hope you don't mind.
Releasing this week, we have:
Director: Dev Anand (Love at Times Square, Mr Prime Minister)
That's it, then.
Hum Tum Shabana
Director: Sagar Ballary (Bheja Fry)
Bheja Fry was amusing, but not comletely thought-through, also reminding of "Dinner for Schmocks" very much.
This one reminds me of "Dostana"... they're not acting gay, all right, but still... "Two guys, one girl... fighting over her"?
Yeah, I've never heard that before.
I like the idea of the poster, however, it's a bit too colourful, cheap somehow.
Director: Nishikant Kamat (Mumbai Meri Jaan)
John spent some time at the gym once again... but he let the hair be short.
Hm... is this a Dabanggy one, or one with true ambitions, maybe rather tending towards the Ghajini side?
Genelia is always good, that is. And John has improved, too, I quite like him now.
Verdict: I think I'd watch it.
Na Jaane Kabse...
Director: Pammi Somal (Mummy Punjabi)
Two films in a row? I mean, how long has it been since I wrote about the meh-looking Mummy Punjabì?
And that was Pammi's debut.
I don't even want to read the synopsis of this one. The poster tells us enough.
Verdict: ... Ugh!
Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster
Director: Tigmanshu Dhulia ( Charas, Shagird)
Jimmy Shergill and Mahie Gill as the leading acts, plus the one who directed Shagird... It sounds promising.
The poster manages not to look cheap, too.
And I do like the title... I guess I should watch Saheb Biwi Aur Ghulam very soon...
Verdict: The one you should see this week