Finally, The Social Network hits theatres
David Fincher's widely acclaimed Social Network, Jimmy Shergill starrer thriller A Flat and queer romance story Dunno Y... Na Jaane Kyun hit theatres today. Read on for details.entertainment Updated: Nov 12, 2010 02:57 IST
The Social Network
Director: David Fincher
Cast: Jesse Eisenberg, Rooney Mara, Bryan Barter, Andrew Garfield, Justin Timberlake
Synopsis: On a fall night in 2003, Harvard undergrad and computer programming genius Mark Zuckerberg sits down at his computer and heatedly begins working on a new idea. In a fury of blogging and programming, what begins in his dorm room soon becomes a global social network and a revolution in communication. A mere six years and 500 million friends later, Mark Zuckerberg is the youngest billionaire in history... but for this entrepreneur, success leads to both personal and legal complications.
Director: Hemant Madhukar
Cast: Sanjay Suri, Jimmy Sheirgill, Kaveri Jha, Aindrita Ray, Hazel
Synopsis: Someone else’s past can change the course of your life. A spate of unexpected events jolted Rahul as soon as he landed from U.S. to pacify his lost love Preeti. First, the mysterious death of his dad when he visited the flat, followed by the baffling disappearance of Preeti and now suddenly Rahul finds himself trapped in his own flat, completely cut off from the world. The only companion he has is a ghost — a ghost that will not let go of him. The flat becomes Rahul’s soul searching journey. Is it a trap or is it a figment of his imagination? Soon he realizes that he was not fair with his own soul-mate Preeti. The fact that someone else’s past can actually change the course of your life gives him the shudders. He must find the solution if he has to come out of this quagmire or the ghost will not spare him.
Genre: Sci-fi/ Thriller
Director: Colin Strause, Greg Strause
Cast: Eric Balfour, Scottie Thompson, David Zayas
Synopsis: Strange lights descend on the city of Los Angeles, drawing people outside like moths to a flame, where an extra-terrestrial force threatens to swallow the human population off the face of the Earth.
Ramaa- the Saviour
Director: Haadi Abrar
Cast: Saahil Khan, Tanushree Datta, Khali, Ishita Panchal, Koustuv Ghosh, Ananya Shukla
Synopsis:Ramaa — the Saviour is a fast-paced, edge of your seat jungle adventure film with a central cast of children. It’s a story of six kids — Rohan, Riddhi, Kunal, Komal, Sameer and Saanjh. Rohan and Riddhi are siblings studying in a public school with Sameer while Kunal and Komal study in an international school. They face each other in a dance competition where they try to defeat each other but competition results in a tie. As a winning prize, these 6 kids become first to play a newly launched video game — The Last Battle.
While playing the game, the game room starts flickering and before anyone could realise, kids find themselves on a very beautiful island. The children, while exploring the island, run into a spot of trouble. Riddhi is attacked by huge giant man like a creature Vali who is almost double the size of human being. But she is rescued by a young man — Ramaa who is been living
in this jungle all alone throughout his life.
Danger arrives in the form of a boat commanded by Kali with a small army of mercenaries, and a brilliant and beautiful scientist assistant — Samara. The rest of the tale unfolds as Ramaa and the kids come to their friend’s rescue, resulting in Kali demanding Ramaa to show him the way to the river.
DunnoY- Na Jaane Kyun
Director: Sanjay Sharma
Cast: Aryan Vaid, Kapil Sharma, Maradona Rebello, Zeenat Aman, Helen, Rituparna Sengupta, Hazel
Synopsis: Having won quite a few accolades already, and trouble from the Censor Board, this film deals with a serious relationship between two men. It is about these ugly beautiful relationships which one cannot end but cannot continue with also, mistakes which one make even after knowing they are mistakes. It’s about imperfect people who want perfect relationships. It unfolds various shades of human desires and aspirations through an Anglo India family. A film which celebrates the human as he is.