Hindi movies in March/April 2014

Below is a list of Hindi Movies Releasing in March/April 2014:

1.Queen: Release date 28th of February: The film, directed by Vikas Bahl, also stars Lisa Hayden and Rajkumar Yadav in main roles.

A Delhi girl is all set to be married ”˜for the first time’ and go for her honeymoon in Amsterdam and Paris ”“ all alone! That, in itself, sets a hilarious plot. To top it Kangana Ranaut brings her comic charm to the trailer making it a cute and funny treat for the audience.

However, the mystery behind her husband’s absence during their honeymoon to Paris and Amsterdam is not revealed.

The antics of Kangana Ranaut are quite interesting with the typical West Delhi accent making the character more believable. Her attire (jeans, skirts, kurta and sweaters) add up to the character.

We see Kangana wailing, complaining, experiencing jitters before the honeymoon, and later dancing and having fun in ”˜phoren’ lands. The act reminds one of her film Tanu Weds Manu ”“ another hilarious comedy.

There are, however, no other similarities between the two films. Just the way Kangana manages to look wonderfully cute and has brilliant comic timing.

Queen is slated release on February 28, 2014.

2. Total Siyapaa: Release date March 7, 2014

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Yami Gautam and Ali Zafar in Total Syaapa

Plot: Settled in London, Aman (Ali Zafar) hopes to marry Asha (Yami Gautam ), an Indian girl, also based in London. He visits her parents’ house to seek their permission to marry her. However, his plans to impress the family start failing when they discover that he is a Pakistani.

Starring Ali Zafar and Yami Gautam , Total Siyapaa (Total Chaos) is about a series of unfortunate events that befall a good-hearted but hapless Pakistani boy while visiting his girlfriend’s parents, leading to some of the funniest, chaotic and outrageous situations.

Cast: Ali Zafar, Yami Gautam, Anupam Kher, Kirron Kher

Director: E Niwas

Producer/s: Neeraj Pandey, Shital Bhatia

Writer: Neeraj Pandey

Music Director: Ali Zafar

Singer: Ali Zafar


3.  Gulaab Gang  07 Mar 2014:  drama film presented by Bharat Shah, directed by a debutant director Soumik Sen and produced by  Anubhav Sinha, starring  Madhuri Dixitand  Juhi Chawla  and  Tannishtha Chatterjee  in the lead roles.

It  tells the story of a group of Indian women dressed in pink coloured saris, fighting against social injustice, operating in Bundelkhand Uttar and Madhya Pradesh (central India)


4.  Bewakoofian  14 Mar 2014:  Bewakoofian movie is a slice of life. The story is about two people passionately in love.

Mohit Chadhdha (Ayushmann Khurrana) and Mayera Sehgal (Sonam kapoor) strongly believe love can help them survive. But Mayera’s willful bureaucrat father, V.K. Sehgal (Rishi Kapoor), vehemently disagrees. Who gets the last laugh in this Delhi-comedy when recession strikes and the lack of money tests love?  



5. Hate Story 2: For a Bollywood debut,  Paoli Dam  could not have asked for a better deal. The actress who is a known name in Kolkatta has an author-backed role focusing on her character. And to be fair, she does make an impact with her performance. You can’t term it as a ‘wow debut’, but it certainly is a decent performance.   There is no novelty in the story. It is the usual vendetta saga. Kaavya (Paoli Dam) is a newspaper reporter. Along with the help of her friend Vicky (Nikhil Dwivedi), she exposes a scam in a firm dealing in cement. Siddharth (Gulshan Devaiah), the MD of the firm is chastised by his father and asked to set the record straight in 12 hours. He manages to convince the CEO to take the blame. That settled, he offers Kaavya a promising deal in his company. He convinces her that he is impressed with her talent.   Soon, she helps him seal a bigger deal and within a month, she finds herself thrown out from the organization after being humiliated. This after Siddharth has lured her into his bed. Then begins the cat and mouse game, with Kaavya wanting to avenge her humiliation and bring Siddharth to his knees for betraying her trust.  

Director: Vivek Agnihotri
Music :   Harshit Saxena
Lyrics :   Kumaar and Shabbir Ahmed
Starring: Gulshan Devaiya, Paoli Dam, Nikhil Dwivedi and Bhairavi Goswami

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