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The 2021 Laxman Utekar directed Netflix film, Mimi, revolving around a feisty small-town girl who aspires to knock out all the prominent heroines with her entry in Bollywood promises to delve deep into the intricacies of surrogacy.

Mimi, who uses her dancing skills to rack up a good amount to land up in Mumbai agrees to be a surrogate mother to an American couple in return for a hefty sum, only to be deserted by them. Replete with a string of painfully tired metaphors that render the womb of a surrogate mother as a sugarcane field, Mimi, a remake of the National Award-winning 2011 Marathi film Mala Aai Vahhaychy! Fails miserably to throw adequate light on this delicate issue. Read the whole story for Mimi Movie Review.

The New Quirky Nari or The Idealised Mother India?

The film delineates the ambitions of a 25-year-old Mimi, the prettiest girl in the Shekhawati region who wishes to be a Bollywood star.

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Mimi Movie Review: The New Quirky Nari or The Idealised Mother India?

Her dreams indeed fuel her even to accept the proposal of a surrogate mother to an American couple disregarding the very Indian question of ‘log kya kahenge’. She is armed with a dagger and even slaps the driver Bhanu, but then again, she is easily scammed by some Jolly Bhaiya.

The idea of accepting the proposal of Summer and John, the American couple portrayed by Aidan Whytock and Evelyn Edwards, to fulfill her dream is credible, but her nine-month-long hideout in her friend Shama’s house seems utterly idiotic. 

Mimi Review: the American couple portrayed by Aidan Whytock and Evelyn Edwards

The film, however, manages us to have faith in Mimi’s resolution to fulfill her dream for half of the film. The twinkle in her eyes, the bustling North-Indian spirit in her makes us adore her. But how can a girl with such willpower readily accept to ‘mother’ the child in her womb when the would-be parents deserted her on diagnosing a supposed ‘disability’ in the child? Weren’t her dreams of paramount importance to her? She asks:

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We can sense Mimi’s frustration from faltering dreams but right after Raj (the White baby) is born, her dreams seem to sublime away to another world where there is no strong-willed Mimi but only a mother; in her mother’s words: “Devaki bhi tu aur Yashoda bhi tu”.

Mimi' review: A womb on rent leads to unexpected labour pains

The macrocosmic world of a top-notch aspiring actress shrinks into the microcosmic world of being the single mother to Raj. The progressive idea of single-motherhood is to be apprised, but the makers have immensely glorified Maa’s idealized figure. So even though the beginning of the film tries to portray an independent woman in the making, it ends up fitting Mimi into the role of a quintessential Indian mother who abandons all her dreams to bring up her child. Yet again, she has been accorded a celestial status.

A subtle touch to the rampant social issues

Laxman Utekar wrote the Netflix film, and Rohan Shankar subtly touches on racism and domination of the ‘developed’ over the ‘developing’ and societal dogma. 

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On the birth of the ‘beautiful, fair-skinned and blue-eyed Raj, the entire locality thronged around Mimi’s house to gaze in awe at the baby. The driver Bhanu, whom the Shekhawati region considered to be the baby’s father, becomes a local star, and he is accosted with the ‘secret’ of fathering a white boy. It strongly raises the question of whether Mimi’s parents would have been convinced as easily as they were in the case of Raj had he been a ‘disabled’ and brown-skinned boy.

A subtle touch to the rampant social issues

The American couple belonging to a developed nation can go for womb shopping or disown their unborn child with the dollars and return after four years to claim their right upon Raj. However, even though they have been type-casted as the White villains, the ending softens our feelings for them. Quite an ambiguous portrayal!

So even though the movie aims to address a number of social issues, we are caught up in the net of confusion whether Mimi condemns it or actually bolsters it.

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An ensemble of terrific actors, but do they manage to shine out?

Mimi Movie Review: An ensemble of terrific actors, but do they manage to shine out?

Mimi brings together terrific actors, but the poorly written storyline fails to let them shine.

Mimi’s parents starring the marvelous Manoj Pahwa as Mansingh Rathore, the outstanding Supriya Pathak as Shobha Rathore, and the talented Sai Tamhankar as Mimi’s friend, justly carry out their roles but lack depth. They have been strictly confined to Mimi’s life with no individuality.

Words fall short every single time when it comes to describing the terrific Pankaj Tripathi. What a fantabulous performance! The film rests a lot on the able shoulders of Pankaj’s Bhanu Pratap Singh, who changes the whole course of Mimi with humor. He became Mimi’s confidant, the pillar who single-handedly managed a pregnant woman, a questioning family, a miserable wife, and disloyal foreigners.

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Bhanu’s selflessness makes us forget that he doesn’t share any blood relation with Mimi. In a world where even the closest people step back to assist us through thick and thin, Bhanu’s fatherly care, friendly support, and gentlemanly behavior once again make us believe in humanity. He emerges as a man of integrity who strongly believed in dropping his passengers to their destination.

The star of the entire film, Kriti Sanon, dexterously slips into the character of Mimi. She has indeed given her sweat and blood to Mimi as we see her delivering a myriad of emotions-outburst of anger, frustration from faltering dreams, mood swings in a pregnant mother; she even puts on weight to incorporate realism and works with a Rajasthani accent. From now on, one surely cannot categorize Kriti as just a pretty girl but a pretty actress.

Beautiful tracks by musical geniuses

Mimi Movie Songs: Beautiful tracks by musical geniuses

We are introduced to Mimi with Shreya Ghosal’s Param Sundari, which, however, isn’t an item song. The song has meaningful lyrics towards the closure that is the spirit song of a 21st-century woman:

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“Pairon Mein Paayal Ki Bedi Se

Bandhke Main Na Rehne Wali

Main Alhad Purvah Ke Jaisi Hun

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Pardeson Tak Behne Wali

Mujhe Gehno Se Badhke

Sapnon Ki Chaahat Hai

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Jin Sapno Ko Sach

Ho Jaane Ki Aadat Hai”

Rihaayi De and Chhoti si Chiraiyya composed by A.R.Rahman struck a chord in our hearts. They stay with us even if the film doesn’t. 

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Watchable or to be discarded?

Mimi Movie Netflix IMDB Ratings

Even though it lacks believability and falters at parts with its weak storyline and unexplored take on surrogacy, Mimi serves as a light-hearted dramedy with buckets of emotions. You dance, you laugh, and you cry your heart out as Mimi explores motherhood impeccably. Overall, one can surely give this film a chance if, for once, they want to forget extracting underlying meanings from films!

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Unveiling Netflix’s ‘Kho Gaye Hum Kahan’: A Perfect Gen-Z Movie

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Unveiling Netflix’s ‘Kho Gaye Hum Kahan’: A Perfect Gen-Z Movie

The year 2023 has been quite a fruitful year for Bollywood. We have seen quite a variety of films that have not compressed themselves into the typical standards of the industry. We have had action thrillers, dramas, romantic comedies, and a resurgence of a genre that had not made its appearance for quite a while – Noir (Merry Christmas).

But a film that was quick to get all the eyes on it for its unique script choice and themes was the Arjun Vairain Singh directorial Netflix film Kho Gaye Hum Kahan.

Netflix movie Kho Gaye Hum Kahan review: A timely tale that speaks directly  to Gen-Z

The thin line between real and virtual is rapidly becoming thin. Completing a particular task without checking social media posts on your phone might be considered a challenge today. Offline seemed to be labeled the new luxury. It’s become a pressing necessity in a world destroyed by the evils of virtual curses.

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Plot

Two flatmates, Ahana (Ananya Panday) and Imaad (Siddhant Chaturvedi), in addition to their buddy Neil (Adarsh Gourav), think about these ideas the hard way. Imaad, a stand-up comedian, looks for comfort on Tinder, Ahana dreams about a fairy tale romance with Rohan (Rohan Gurbaxani), and Neil dreams of opening his gym, but each faces their challenges. The three of them are preparing for an awful reawakening when they see the consequences of their social media behaviors in their daily lives.

Set in Mumbai, three close friends go through life, relationships, and professional problems in this emotional-social-slice-of-life drama that untangles itself like a thriller.

What Works?

The Dynamic Between The Trio

The three of them who live in Mumbai might not fully understand the other person’s goals in life and work, but there is always an air of empathy, unspoken compassion, and a sincere attempt to be there for one another. Immersed in the mess of everyday life, they frequently look for solace not in each other’s friendship, but by surfing through social media pages and admiring the lifestyles of others who allegedly have happy lives. Their experiences of loss, romance, and ambition intersect in the virtual world, and this is at the core of Kho Gaye Hum Kahan.

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Director Arjun Varain Singh’s slice-of-life social drama serves as a biting social satire on the existential crises of youngsters and Gen-Z as a whole. His urban narrative reflects our current mental state. How did documenting moments turn into making content? Why did swiping right and left take over our lives? What begins as a light-hearted friendship story quickly transforms into a dark interpersonal thriller about trauma and isolation in the digital era.

Writing

Writers Zoya Akhtar, Reema Kagti, Yash Sahai, and Arjun (story) cleverly include class differences into the narrative. It’s all recognizable, from Adarsh Gourav’s Neil, an ambitious fitness teacher who judges himself for not fitting into the mold, to influencers advertising a lifestyle they couldn’t otherwise afford.

Netflix film Kho Gaye Hum Kahan review: Fascinating if flawed portrayal of  the social media generation

Kho Gaye Hum Kahan makes you conscious of the dangers of social media, often focusing on the hollow views of people who use it to present another version of their lives to the world, and at times even causing you to get anxious about your virtual existence because it is not as real as one would like to believe. Little subtleties in the writing allow the characters to communicate their story more effectively and without becoming overly shallow.

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Except for a few rare events, the writing primarily deals with first-world concerns, which, while authentic, are also set in an affluent environment. The plot is vague in parts. Much is left to the audience’s imagination.

Roommates rarely cook or split bills. While some additional details on the co-living scenario would have been helpful, the distressing, mystery-filled treatment overshadows the plot. Each scenario makes you nervous and makes you fear for the worse. The intent is spot on, as are the main character’s performances.

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What makes the plot more compelling is that the screenwriters refrain from choosing a lecturing approach; no uninteresting speeches are trying to teach you why you should or should not use social media.

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The film does not try to present a manual of regulations of do’s and don’ts, but it does pass on a message that acts as an everyday lesson quietly. The film never loses its focus despite being 2 hours and 15 minutes long. Some portions were hurrying and we could have used more context.

Several well-written scenes stand out, including Ahana’s confrontation with her lover, Imaad’s argument with Neil after he pulls on his romantic status for his stand-up set, and Neil’s disappointing moment on Instagram. Imaad’s stand-up acts are genuinely funny with excellent comic timing.

The Performances

Ananya Panday has played the part of Ahana beautifully. She is lively, adventurous, and vulnerable, yet she does not sacrifice her core values. The additional layer to her character offers her plenty of room to perform, especially in the intense scenes. She convinces you to place yourself in her flaws and worries.

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Siddhant Chaturvedi is so smooth and natural on the screen that you almost believe he’s doing stand-up as a side job. He manages to make a strong onscreen presence and does not allow you to be sidetracked. He provides Imaad with an amazing combination of softness and a detached attitude.

Kho Gaye Hum Kahan 2023 Hindi Full Movie 720pAfter his critically lauded performances on the internet, Adarsh Gourav breaks free in Kho Gaye Hum Kahan. He is much more relaxed, at ease, and makes an immediate impression on the audience. Adarsh, possibly the most complex of the three leads, is never exhausted and maintains his composure. He remains with you as he skillfully expresses Neil’s emotional struggle and buried fury.

Final Thoughts

Kho Gaye Hum Kahan Review

Kho Gaye Hum Kahan presents a coming-of-age story in a simple yet effective manner. The storytelling isn’t overly dramatic. The discussions are straightforward and relatable. It is a fresh and frightening modern-day horror film that tries to confront you with the truth. It will make you reconsider posting pointless pictures, stalking your ex, wasting your time on reels, etc.

The emotions depicted differ in nature, but the plot never drifts. If Kho Gaye Hum Kahan is right and a person checks their phone an average of 234 times each day, it’s no surprise that a film like this results in an engaging watching experience on the screen.

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Salman Khan is one of the most popular actors in the Hindi Film Industry. Over the years, he has managed to make really interesting career choices in terms of films and has developed a huge fan following, and become their “Bhai”, as they fondly call him.

Join us today as we try to explore his illustrious career, ranging from incredibly commercial masala films to poignant arthouse masterpieces.

Dabangg (2010)

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Talking of action, Dabangg is celebrated for redefining the genre. With a lot of “messy” action scenes the film made popular item numbers and larger-than-life heroic characters who turn around the laws of physics. Dabangg takes full advantage of Khan’s macho persona, even going to insane lengths to make fun of it. The actor portrays Chulbul Pandey, a cop having to deal with a series of accidents that eventually endanger his family.

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Panday’s onscreen antics, have to be seen to be believed, and the belt step in the title track became an instant trend, while all these things take priority over Dabangg’s story. The film established Khan as a mass action icon and a poster boy of masculinity, becoming the highest-grossing Bollywood release of the year and winning the Filmfare Award for Best Film. Many have attempted to follow in its approach, but Dabangg remains the pioneer that it is.

Karan Arjun (1995)

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Soon after Andaz Apna Apna, another huge Khan connection appeared, this time including Salman and Shah Rukh Khan. The two play the main characters, who are brothers looking for revenge. After Thakur Durjan Singh kills Karan and Arjun, the characters are resurrected. The wide-ranging drama explores themes of vengeance, justice, and familial affection. While the premise may be a little far-fetched, the two Khans’ dedication is mesmerizing.

Salman carries the majority of the film’s action, providing a touch of tenderness to his character that complements the nasty parts. Because of both Khans’ superstar status, Karan Arjun became one of the highest-grossing Hindi films of the 1990s and continues to be an essential of Bollywood’s action genre.

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Maine Pyar Kiya (1989)

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Khan’s debut film as a starring man remains one of his best. Maine Pyar Kiya serves as both a love story and a family drama. The plot revolves around Prem and Suman’s romance, which is risked by a dispute between their parents. As Prem sets out to establish himself, we follow his efforts to get on his own two feet while trying to be with Suman.

Before becoming recognized for his tough attitude and frightening stature, Khan captivated audiences with an endearing portrayal of a young guy in love. Audiences also praised the overall cast, with most of the performers returning in subsequent films to greater monetary success. Khan especially, steals the show and has us falling in love with him.

Hum Aapke Hain Koun…! (1994)

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Hum Aapke Hain Koun is one of the most successful Indian films of all time. It stays with the Nath family once their daughter-in-law, Pooja, arrives to bring them joy. Khan portrays Prem, Pooja’s youngest son who falls in love with her sister Nisha. The first half is full of heartfelt thoughts, good-natured humor, and music-filled scenes.

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However, Pooja’s abrupt death represents a significant transition that affects Prem and Nisha’s relationship. Despite the lengthy 199-minute runtime, the film captures viewers’ attention with all of the twists and turns in the heroes’ arcs. Hum Aapke Hain Koun represents the best of Bollywood film, with stunning set pieces, wonderful songs, and Khan’s contagious rapport with Madhuri Dixit.

Andaz Apna Apna (1994)

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This screwball comedy introduced the world to Khan’s love of comedy. The duo stars alongside Aamir Khan as two lazy individuals aiming to marry a wealthy woman. Unfortunately, their plan is compromised after they find out that a nasty gangster also intends to do the same. Andaz Apna Apna was a great box office flop, but it has become a cult classic afterward. Fans enjoy the rapport between the two Khans, in addition to the film’s many quotable lines. Salman abandons his normal tough guy persona for a sillier, more endearing portrayal that has lasted over time. It’s a light-hearted watch that’s ideal for belly giggles.

Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999)

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The plot revolves around Aishwarya Rai’s Nandini and is divided into two parts. The first focuses on Nandini and Sameer’s romance, which has been cut short due to opposition from her family. When her new husband finds her affection for Sameer, he is determined to reconcile them. Only a few roles in this love drama required Khan to be as naive as Sameer. The performer evokes compassion from the audience by portraying someone who, despite his good intentions, can’t seem to get a break.

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The film was praised for illustrating the various colors of love that people may go through, with each character’s storyline open to viewers. Khan and his co-stars received critical acclaim for nailing emotional notes throughout the film, from the opening to the devastating ending.

Tere Naam (2004)

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In this romantic melodrama, Khan plays Radhe Mohan, an outlaw who changes his ways after falling in love with Nirjara. Tere Naam was Khan’s return in a truly passionate role. His personality deals with a rough romance, which sparks more trouble and eventually destroys his life. In contrast to most Bollywood films of the time, Tere Naam does not have a happy ending. Instead, audiences are meant to feel the same sorrow that Radhe and Nirjira experience during their relationship. It’s a sad subject that delves into the effects of rash choices, aided by Khan’s portrayal as the primary character. Tere Naam serves as an indicator that the actor surpassed in drama before moving on to the action genre.

Tubelight (2017)

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Laxman Bisht is an ordinary man. Everyone refers to him as “Tubelight” because of his strangeness and his main source of support is his brother, Bharat. When tensions build along India’s border with China, the Indian government calls on youngsters from the surrounding little town of Jagatpur to join the troops and fight for the country. Bharat travels to fight for his nation, putting Laxman in the hands of Banne Chacha. A war is declared on the border, creating a stressful situation across the community. Li Ling and her son Gu Won, a Chinese of Indian descent, arrive in town, and Laxman hopes that loving them will stop the conflict and reunite him with his brother.

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Sultan (2016)

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Khan’s critical acclaim in the 2010s continues in this sports drama about the main character’s battles for success. Sultan’s ascent as a pehlwani wrestler is cut short when he suffers a devastating personal tragedy. The film doesn’t hold back from depicting the hero at his darkest hour, as all around him crumbles. However, the story picks up when the protagonist rises back on the ground and reclaims his pride. Khan’s portrayal of a very compromised character is amazing in that it causes us to both dislike and cheer for him. While Sultan deserves credit for its spectacular wrestling sequences, the encouraging philosophy of refusing to give up is its strongest selling point.

Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015)

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While the actor has been in many emotional films, Bajrangi Bhaijaan is unquestionably the most powerful. Khan plays Pawan, a devoted Indian Hindu who meets a mute Pakistani Muslim girl named Munni. Pawan grows a more accepting, compassionate man as an outcome of Munni’s positive impact. Bajrangi Bhaijaan brings two people from very different origins together in an alternate father-daughter friendship. Of course, Pawan faces numerous challenges in bringing Munni home.

There are as many bitter situations to watch in Bajrangi Bhaijaan as there are good moments. It’s an extremely moving experience that promotes peace among individuals.

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Ticking every box of a movie buff’s checklist, Hollywood continues to bring forth cinematic masterpieces time and again. From stories that provoke thoughts and tickle the mind’s imagination profoundly to unthinkable action sequences and mind-boggling cinematography, Hollywood movies are class apart. We dug into the yearly movie calendar & got you the upcoming Hollywood movies that are worth a wait so that you can add them to your watchlist.

 

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Joker: Folie à Deux

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A character that leaves a lasting impression, Joker, is about to take you on a crazy ride in 2024, but with a mix of music this time. Joker: Folie à Deux is a sequel to the 2019 movie Joker, and it is going to be a musical physiological thriller. This Todd Phillips directorial is a much-awaited Hollywood movie due to Joaquin Phoenix’s magical performance in the previous part and Lady Gaga’s addition to the star cast.

Release Date: October, 2024

Kung Fu Panda 4

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The funny & the fantastic Panda is back again with hilarious humour and superlative Kung Fu skills. The previous three parts of this animated movie franchise have been commercial hits, and the expectations are the same for Kung Fu Panda 4. The trailer looks amazing and promises a fun ride of gags, emotions, and action. The film is directed by Mike Mitchell and co-directed by Stephanie Ma Stine.

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Release Date: 15th March, 2024

Deadpool & Wolverine

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A collaboration that’s worth waiting for – Deadpool & Wolverine promises to be a ride of comedy & breathtaking action. It is intended to be the 34th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and will be the third in the Deadpool franchise. Emma Corrin will play the lead villain against the two protagonists. The movie’s budget is estimated to be around $250 million.

Release Date: 26th July, 2024 (USA)

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Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire

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Just ended up watching the second trailer of Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire, and the adventure is just on the next level. A team of the two giants fighting with a colossal threat hidden deep within the planet. This movie is going to be a high dose of adrenaline rush powered by its breathtaking VFX and larger-than-life action sequences. Directed by Adam Wingard, the movie has an estimated budget of $210 million.

Release Date: 27th March, 2024

Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga

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For everyone who loved the raw, crazy, & dusty action & adventure depicted through thought-provoking themes in Mad Max: Fury Road, the prequel to the movie is about to set the cinemas on fire. The trailer gives us a glimpse into an imaginary world full of crazy machines and blood baths set by director George Miller. You will definitely be witnessing the madness at the maximum level.

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Release Date: 23rd May, 2024

Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes

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Seems like 2024 is packed with ultimate VFX-based movies and fantasy stories serving adventure & action. Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes goes by its name as it will depict a story where a young ape, 300 years after Caesar’s end, questions everything that has been taught and the due actions will shape the future of apes and the humans too. 

Release Date: 10th May, 2024

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Gladiator 2

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Who wouldn’t wait for a movie that is making a comeback to the silver screen after 23 years? Gladiator was released in 2000 and was both a commercial success and critically acclaimed, raking over $465 million at the box office & 8.5 IMDB rating. Paul Mascel has been roped in to do the lead role as the plot is set in a fifteen years later timezone of the first part. This epic historical drama is directed by Ridley Scott.

Release Date: 22nd November, 2024

The Fall Guy

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Featuring the dashing Ryan Gosling in the lead role, The Fall Guy is a comedy action movie that revolves around the stuntman Colt Seavers. Directed by David Leitch and written by Drew Pearce, this movie is an adaptation of a TV series of the same name from the 1980s. The movie’s trailer firmly states that it will be a treat for Ryan Gosling’s fans, and the action lovers would also appreciate the craft. As per Wikipedia, Gosling is also associated with the movie as a producer.

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Release Date: 3rd May, 2024

Venom 3

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After the success of Venom & Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Venom 3 is highly anticipated and a much-awaited movie among Marvel fans. Venom, the superhero character, is loved for his quirkiness and layered personality. Once again, Tom Hardy will play the lead. Hards has co-written the movie with Kelly Marcel, who will also make her directorial debut with this movie. So far, we have no posters or a teaser released but the announcement.

Release Date: 8th November, 2024

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Damsel

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Directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, Damsel is an upcoming American dark fantasy action movie starring Millie Bobby Brown in the lead role. The story revolves around a young woman who agrees to marry a prince only to discover that her new family plans to sacrifice her to shred off an ancient debt. You will get to watch a refreshing take on a fantasy trap & escape theme. Damsel is set for an OTT release on Netflix.

Release Date: 8th March, 2024

 

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