I, Me Aur Main
Cast: John Abraham, Chitrangda Singh, Prachi Desai, Raima Sen, Zarina Wahab and Mini Mathur
Director: Kapil Sharma
Synopsis: The film revolves around John Abraham, who plays Ishaan — a charismatic music producer who stays in Mumbai. He lives a sheltered existence and is the apple of his mother’s eye, always protected by his elder sister Shivani, and stays at his girlfriend Anushka’s house. But, he takes them all for granted.
One day his life falls apart like a house of cards and he doesn’t know what to do. At this point, his new neighbour Gauri (Prachi Desai) comes into his life who teaches him the importance of relationships. Thanks to Gauri, he starts taking initiatives towards mending and maintaining his past relationships. Gradually, Ishaan begins to truly fall in love with Gauri. But, there comes a point when he has to make a choice between the love that made him a better person or being a better person by taking responsibility of the actions that he has done in the past.
The Attacks Of 26/11
Cast: Nana Patekar and Sanjeev Jaiswal
Director: Ram Gopal Varma
Synopsis: The Attacks of 26/11 is based on the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks. The movie aims to give audience an insight of 26/11, when nine trained terrorists held Mumbai hostage for 60 hours. Director Ram Gopal Varma shot the film in a number of different languages, reflecting the diversity of both the attackers as well as their victims. The cast consists of mostly newcomers, and the film will cover events across the city on that fateful day.
Cast: Akash Singh, Daisy Shah, Kuldeep Malik, Simran Sachdeva, Tripta Parashar, Shilpa Anand, Mukesh Tiwari, Karan Mehra and Manoj Tiger
Director: Arup Dutta
Synopsis: The high-flying Natasha Kapoor falls for the charms of Nirvaan Shroff, a stranger who rescued her from a deadly accident. Nirvaan seduces Natasha, despite being married to Radhika. In this game of seduction, Natasha actually falls for Nirvaan. Soon, the turn of events force Nirvaan to make a choice between harming the person who loves him passionately or the person who he madly loves.
Jack The Giant Slayer
Director: Bryan Singer
Cast: Nicholas Hoult, Stanley Tucci and Ewan McGregor
Synopsis: The ancient war between humans and a race of giants is re-ignited when Jack, a young farmhand fighting for a kingdom and the love of a princess, accidentally opens a gateway between the two worlds. Now, the giants, thought only of as legend, try to reclaim the world they had lost centuries ago. Jack is forced into a fight to not only save his own life, but that of those in the kingdom and that of the princess.