March Bollywood film releases in Australia

Mind Blowing informs TIDU of its next releases for the month of March:

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Zubaan – March 4th. It is a story about a boy who goes back to playing music, after giving it up for many many years because of his father’s death.

 

 

 

Love Punjab – March 11th. This movie will connect with everyone from the Indian diaspora. It is about a Canadian Indian child who is very confused of his heritage and Indian roots. The story revolves around the efforts his parents, and everyone from his father’s village in Punjab, take to remind this boy of his glorious heritage.

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Kapoor and Sons – March 18th. A Dharma Productions film, which has a love triangle, a crazy family and a look into how every dysfunctional relationship works. The cast has Pakistani heartthrob Fawad Khanwith Bollywood’s  Sidharth Malhotra, Alia Bhat and Rishi Kapoor.

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Ambarsariya – March 25th. Diljit Dosanjh has had a string of hits last year and they are continuing into 2016. The movie is about an ‘Ambarsariya’ who is very very proud of his city, his home and his religion, it takes a turn when he meets people who aren’t living up to their Sikh name and promise.

 

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Friends India Entertainment are releasing the following blockbusters:

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Punjabi film release is ‘Channo Kamli Yaar Di’ which is emerging as the first blockbuster of 2016. It is released in Australia by Friends India Entertainment.

 

 

 

They are also releasing Quantico and Baywatch star Priyanka Chopra’s ‘Jai Gangajal’ next month on March 4.

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Pankaj Batra’s directorial Punjabi film ‘Channo Kamli Yaar Di’ is getting huge appreciation from audience as well as critics. The film features one of the most popular Punjabi actresses Neeru Bajwa and one of the finest Punjabi actors Binu Dhillon in lead roles. On a highlighted note we must say, that both have given brilliant performances which truly deserves standing ovation. Channo Kamli Yaar Di had good pre-release hype among audience due to its popular starcast, promising trailer and ofcourse beautiful music; which is composed by Jatinder Shah. As expected it has taken a good start at box office and running successfully worldwide.

 

Along with Neeru and Binu- Rana Ranbir, Karamjit Anmol, Anita Devgan and Jassi Gill are also in supporting roles and have performed their characters very well. Channo Kamli Yaar Di is a home production of actress Neeru Bajwa in association with Harry Singh Jhawandha under the banners Neeru Bajwa Entertainment & Mystery Man Productions.

 

Synopsis of some upcoming films by Mind Blowing Films:

 

Zubaan – March 4th Release

Director: Mozez Singh

Cast: Vicky Kaushal, Sarah Jane Dias

Producer: Guneet Monga (director of Lunch Box), Shaan Vyas, Mozez Singh

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1ZK_okNmxQ

Language: Hindi with English subtitles

Synopsis: Young Dilsher grew up in the heartland of Punjab. His father sang hymns in Gurdwaras, and Dilsher, who was deeply attached to his father followed in his footsteps. Music meant everything to them and for the young boy music and faith were intertwined. God was music and music was God. But when Dilsher’s father dies suddenly, the young, impressionable boy loses his way. He abandons his faith and the music dies.

By the time Dilsher is older, all he wants is to make it big, to become rich, to be someone. He moves to the throbbing metropolis of Delhi, where he becomes obsessed with the idea of entering the world of the mighty real estate tycoon, Gurcharan Sikand or Guru, also originally from Punjab. Dilsher manipulates his way into Guru’s world and Guru recognizing Dilsher’s hunger and ambition, takes an instant fancy to him. But the closer Dilsher gets to achieving his dream of making it big, the more ensnared he gets in the twisted and violent world of the rich. It’s a world where everyone is a pawn and nothing is what it seems.

Meanwhile, Dilsher meets Amira, a beautiful and talented singer who is also battling her demons. But she heals her pain through music and as Dilsher and she come closer, she starts to evoke the long denied memory of music in him, making him realize that music is not just his calling, but also his balm. As the music gushes back into Dilsher’s life he understands that it is not money, but music that he was born to make. That music is not just his language, but it is also the language of the universe. Music is currency. And, so begins Dilsher’s catharsis.

But by now he is trapped in the web of manipulations and to get out, there is a heavy price to pay. Set against the backdrop of Sikhism and Music, Zubaan is a story about identity. It is the coming age journey of a young man from faithlessness to faith, from dark to light, from noise to music.

 

Love Punjab – Releases March 11th

Director: Rajiv Dhingra

Cast: Amrinder Gill, Sargun Mehta, Manvir Johal, Binu Dhillon

Produced by: Amarbir Singh Sandhu, Karaj Gill, Jaspal Singh Sandhu

Language: Punjabi (English Subtitles)

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1lTWvdYxUMk

Synopsis: The story revolves around the impact of an upcoming divorce on a young child and to what extent the parents will go to ensure, he doesn’t lose his innocence. Lead stars, Amrinder Gill and Sargun Mehta play parents to Manvir Johal, a 12 year old second generation Canadian Indian who is still coming to terms with his heritage and Indian roots. Like most kids of colour, he is a victim of racism from his classmates and begins to dislike school, but home isn’t any better with his parents constantly bickering. All this tension and anxiety causes a nervous breakdown. The story takes a comic turn when the father announces they are going to Punjab, to help the child understand his heritage. Before their arrival, all the relatives in Punjab, India, are informed and the village undergoes a huge ‘western’ makeover, while still holding all to all the Punjabiness, to ensure the boy sees only the best things about the place. Love Punjab is a story that will resonate with every Indian diaspora family who work hard at holding on to their roots and still ensure their children grow up as normal kids do in the west. It shows you the extent to which a family will go to ensure their child is happy and that marriages take a lot of work. Most of all, it will reinforce the view that home is truly where the heart is.

 

 

Kapoor and Sons (Since 1921) – Releases March 18th

Director: Shakun Batra

Cast: Alia Bhat, Fawad Khan, Sidharth Malhotra, Rishi Kapoor, Rajat Kapoor, Supriya Pathak

Produced by: Dharma Productions

Written by: Rensil D’Silva

Language: Hindi with English subtitles

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7YYt9_KfsM

Synopsis: Rahul and Arjun have returned back home- to Coonoor, to be with their grandfather in (what they think will be) his last few days, after he has a heart attack at the age of 90. Rahul, for his age, seems to have built a pretty good life for himself; a good looking man, doing very well professionally, living in a swanky apartment in London, and also planning to pursue architecture along with writing. On the other hand is his younger brother- Arjun. Arjun is also an aspiring writer, living in New Jersey, clearly struggling to make ends meet.

These two brothers aren’t exactly the ‘inseparable’ brother duo we are used to seeing in our movies. The awkwardness and tension between them is apparent from the word go. Their arrival in India quickly unfolds their individual relations with their parents as well. Rahul is clearly the perfect one, loved by all, Arjun seems like the neglected one who according to the family is too immature/irresponsible to take decisions.

The brothers arrive in India to find that their little family isn’t as perfect as they had imagined. Their parents no longer sleep in the same room and their father seems to have developed a relationship with a long time family friend, which is making their mom uncomfortable.

Arjun has an old friend in Coonoor who helps him get out of the steaming pot environment in his house. One night, the friend takes Arjun out for a party to a friend’s place, which is where he meets Tia. Tia is a, attractive, flamboyant, young girl who Arjun instantly strikes a chord with. Rahul meets Tia as well, regarding a business deal they are trying to strike, and even here, there is a certain equation right from the word go. We see the onset of another point of tension between the brothers- a love triangle.

As the story unfolds, we realise that all the characters have had their fair share of mistakes and bad decision. The family members who seem perfect aren’t necessarily so, and the ones who seem imperfect have had good reasons for their actions. Are the brothers able to bring back normalcy to their house? Are they able to resolve their own issues? What happens to the Tia-Arjun-Rahul trio? Is the grandfather able to get the perfect ‘family photo’ he’s been striving for? The answer to all these questions and many more forms the crux of the story.

 

Ambarsariya – Releases March 25th

Language: Punjabi (English Subtitles)

Director: Mandeep Kumar

Produced by: Tips Films

Cast: Diljit Dosanjh, Lauren Gottlieb, Navneet Kaur Dhillon, Gul Panag

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNwIMS-v1KI

Synopsis: Sat Shri Akaal Ji…!! Welcome to Ambarsar — the city of colours, warmth, purity, and taste buds and above all the city of Pride. The pride of being an Ambarsariya..!! Punjabis all over the world relate to this Holy City like their own home. To paint your hearts in true Amritsari style comes this season Diljit Dosanjh’ as “Ambarsariya” As an insurance agent with a record number of sales to his name, Diljit Dosanjh could well be the friendly neighbourhood youngster who you may encounter in the street. A little mischievous and a lot helpful, he may get on your nerves for a little while. Thanda Khana , Tatta Naahna, te kudiyaan diaan Gallan ch na Aauna.. well might be the mantra of this stylish Gabhru Jatt but who can remain aloof for long when bundles of beauty & charm lie their way..!! Love at first (or second, or may be third) sight?? Let Navneet Dhillon, Monica Gill and Lauren Gotliebb explore it who are sure to bring a breeze of fresh air but can’t help themselves uttering “Oh My God Ainna Sohnaa..!!” as our Ambarsariya roams the crowded lanes of Hall Bazaar on his trademark Yezdi bike. There is not going to be even a single dull moment when you’ve got the likes of Gurpreet Ghuggi, Rana Ranbir and Binnu Dhillon to give desi ghee ka tadka in our delicious Ambarsariya recipe. Love, Music, Masti, Celebrations and a lot of Heart – this is what our ‘Ambarsariya’ carries with him wherever he goes. Smiles, tears, laughs, heartfelt moments and ample thrills are the steady companions. Coming together again after a Superhit Jihne Mera Dil luteya, director Mandeep Kumar is set to recreate the magic in an altogether different setting with Diljit Dosanjh. The film is produced by Tips Films, the makers of three big Punjabi hits – Dil Apna Punjabi, Mel Karade Rabba and of course, Jinhe Mera Dil Luteya. So get set to hop on the Ambarsariya ride in this out and out roller coaster of entertainer, smiles, laughter and above all PRIDE..! .

 

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