Here's a look at this Friday's releases:
Men in Black 3
Cast: Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones and Josh Brolin
Director: Barry Sonnenfeld
Synopsis: Agent J (Will Smith) must take a trip into the past in order to save both the future and his taciturn partner Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones) in the third installment of hit sci-fi series. After 15 years of working with aliens from all across the cosmos, Agent J is sure he’s seen it all. But just when he’s getting the hang of the game, he learns that history has inexplicably been rewritten. In this new timeline of events, K has been dead for 40 years and Earth will soon come under attack from an alien force with the power to claim the entire planet. In order to set the past straight and head off an invasion of epic proportions, J must travel back to 1969, when Young Agent K (Josh Brolin) was just a fresh new face on the force.
Arjun: The Warrior Prince
Cast: Yuddvir Bakolia as Arjun, Anjan Srivastav as Lord Shiva., Sachin Khedekar as Lord Krishna, Ila Arun as Kunti and Vishnu Sharma as Bheeshma
Director: Arnab Chaudhuri
Synopsis: This epic animated
feature is the heroic journey of the legendary warrior prince, Arjun, from the days of his youthful innocence to his emergence as a valiant hero who single-handedly took on an entire army in the battle for justice and peace. Legend knows him as an archer of unwavering focus, who fought a battle in his own heart before taking up arms against his enemy.
Yeh Khula Aasmaan
Cast: Raghuvir Yadav, Raj Tandon, Aanya Anand, Yashpal Sharma
Director: Gitanjali Sinha
Synopsis: The film is essentially a relationship-based motivational film that touches the audience of all ages with specific message to both the youth and their parents. It revolves around Avinash, a 12th standard student staying alone in a metro city, who does not do too well in his exam. His career-oriented parents compromise on their parenthood responsibilities to take up permanent residence in London leaving Avinash to fend for himself in an emotional vacuum. Unable to take peer and parental pressure to excel in studies and bereft of any true friends, Avinash feels extremely lonely.
Chutki Bajaa Ke
Cast: Abhijeet Lehiri, Ashish Sharma, Mukesh Tiwari
Director: Vedant Vishnoi
Synopsis: The film communicates how the orphaned survivors of natural calamities and man-forced disasters are subject to lead a life of deprivation at the hands of other fellow human beings. The story follows the life of a child called Chhotu, who works at a roadside dhaba. He is often mistreated by his master and some rich spoilt brats who study in a close-by school. Yet Chhotu’s belief in forgiveness and his positive outlook in life eventually helps him win over the odds.
Love, Wrinkle Free
Cast: Ash Chandler, Ashwin Mushran, Giju John, Seema Rehmani, Shernaz Patel
Director: Sandeep Mohan
Synopsis: Set in Goa, the film is about Savio, a senior area sales manager who works in an innerwear company. His mundane life is thrown out of gear with the unplanned pregnancy of his wife Annie. Complicating matters further, their adopted teenage daughter Ruth isn’t too happy with the news. Also, Savio meets Natalie, a photographer, who wants him to do something ‘unique’ for her.
Cast: Suhail Karim, Rani Agrawal, Vrajesh Hirjee, Suzanne Bernert, Manoj Joshi
Director: Amol Shetge
Synopsis: The story revolves around DJ Rahul Kher who is in love with Tia, who’s the daughter of retired IG of police Pratap Singh. After restirement, Singh has become completely traditional, weras only kurta pyjamas and doesn't like the use of English words in conversation. Rahul, who does not fit into this profile at all, tries to convince his future father-in-law that he is the ideal match for Tia.