To the joy of cinefiles who enjoy both Bollywood and Hollywood films, several posters of upcoming films have been released, which hint at what we can look forward to and when they will be releasing.
Vidya Balan's upcoming project Tumhari Sulu will see her playing a radio jockey for the second time in her career, after Lage Raho Munna Bhai, where she starred opposite Sanjay Dutt. Her character takes up this profession after being a housewife, and this aspect has been represented in the latest and previous posters through the inclusion of home appliances and groceries. Like the last poster, in this one too, Balan's face remains hidden. But this time, her character has a more ambitious look, as she poses with her hands on her hips, looking out of a window in her home.
Tumhari Sulu is directed by Suresh Triveni, and is slated to release on 1 December.
Tera Intezaar will see Sunny Leone and Arbaaz Khan starring together for the first time. Directed by Rajeev Walia, the film is slated to release on 24 November. The duo began shooting for the film in July 2016, and it has been shot in Kutch as well as foreign locations, reports say.
Fans of comic books have something to look forward to in November. Thor: Ragnarok, an ensemble character film with Thor played by Chris Hemsworth at its centre, will explore the Norse God's attempt to kill Hela, the 'Goddess of Death', played by Cate Blanchett. In the trailers released thus far, we have seen Thor's iconic hammer getting smashed into pieces, and him getting into a duel with Hulk.
The newly released poster adds to the build-up of excitement around this film, which also stars Tom Hiddleston, Mark Ruffalo, Tess Thompson, Anthony Hopkins and Benedict Cumberbatch, who will make a special appearance as Dr Strange.
Coco is Disney's first all-Latinx cast animation film directed by Lee Unkrich, who directed Toy Story 3. A previously released teaser promises that this film will have stunning visuals and good music. The protagonist is an aspiring musician called Miguel, who is obsessed with a legendary Mexican artist. When he finds this artist's guitar and plays it, he is transported into the Land of the Dead, where his adventure begins.
In this poster, we are given a glimpse into Miguel's world. Coco is slated to release on 20 November 2017.
Published Date: Sep 13, 2017 04:04 pm | Updated Date: Sep 13, 2017 04:05 pm