The year 2014 is receding and 2015 approaching. Despite the fact that yesterday was bland we presume that tomorrow will be brighter. We seem to have same hopes for the year 2015. We have had enough of tasteless, pointless drama this year from Bollywood and we desperately wait for something good to greet us next year. While the year will flag off with Tevar, there are number of good films that are sure illuminate the life of movie buffs in 2015. We are sure that it is going be a great year full of great movies. There will be sequels and the historic dramas, some off-beat films and some low budget no-brainers that will grace the 70mm. Out of the illustrious list there are 14 movies we ought to watch out for in 2015.
Dolly Ki Doli (23rd Jan, 2015)
The comedy caper started creating the buzz with the release of its motion posters and posters. Further, the trailer was enough to pique our curiosity and now the song, Phatte Tak Nachna is making us groove to its Bhangra beats.
Shamitabh (6th Feb, 2015)
Two audio posters, a movie poster and few movie stills that’s all there is the internet has to offer about this film yet our curiosity doesn’t quell. The film has music given by Ilaiyaraaja, it stars Amitabh Bachchan and Dhanush and these are reasons enough to make us go bonkers about this film.
Roy (13th Feb, 2015)
Many are in awe of the recently released trailer of the film. The stark noir-romance is attractive and captivating. It is adrenaline pumping, exciting and highly alluring. And given that the film packs two hunks in one film it certainly is stranger than fiction!
Badlapur (20th Feb, 2015)
We haven’t seen a trailer as killer as this one in a long time. It is gory, gruesome, ruthless, mind-numbing, and it is the revenge terrain. We absolutely are in love with Varun Dhawan’s disheveled, reckless, cold-blooded avatar as Raghu. While the name, Raghu, resonates Vastav it is nothing like the Gangster story. It is one-of-a-kind action-thriller by Sriram Raghavan which spine-chilling yet must not be missed.
Detective Byomkesh Bakshy! (10th April, 2015)
Indian Sherlock Holmes, Detective Byomkesh Bakshi comes to meet us on April 10th, 2015. The film which is based on a fictional character was first penned by a Bengali author Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay. The film, touted to be YRF’s biggest film of the year, traces the tale of Byomkesh as he forays in the world of grime crime. The trailer of the film which recently released has been quiet exhilarating
Piku (30th April, 2015)
We have spotted Big B sporting a paunch and that’s got us kicked about this film. What more? The film comes from the Shootjit Sircar who previous ventures –Vicky Donor and Madras Cafe– are enough to vouch for the prowess of the director. Further the film beautifully draws the relationship between father and daughter. The film thus comes with a guarantee seal of being a complete entertainer.
Bombay Velvet (15th May, 2015)
The film traces the fables of Mumbai and delves into the “dark trenches of history of Bombay”. Set in 1960s, the film traces the life of a boxer and a jazz singer and how their dreams collide with reality. But this is just not it. Karan Johar makes a foray into acting with this film alongside Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma, Raveena Tandon and Kay Kay Menon.
Dil Dhadakne Do (5th June, 2015)
Those who have got the taste of ZNMD will surely want to watch yet another entertainer from Zoya Akhtar. This one from Akhtar has a stellar star cast- Priyanka Chopra, Ranveer Singh, Anushka Sharma, Anil Kapoor and Farhan Akhtar– and a story based on a dysfunctional Punjabi family who embark on a cruise trip. Now that’s fun packed with celebrations.
Bajrangi Bhaijaan (16th June, 2015)
This film is Bhai’s film. Need we say more? Salman Khan is the sole reason why the film is eye-catching. And the name too has a charming ring to it.
Fan (14th August, 2015)
Close competition is most probably to be strike between Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Fan post their release. Although they aren’t releasing in the same week yet the Box Office Collection is sure to do the talking. Be that as it may, yet Fan is already creating a buzz with the film being shot right outside Mannat. The film where SRK plays a fan, it isn’t a new concept but it certainly is something to lookout for.
Jagga Jasoos (28th August, 2015)
After Indian Sherlock Holmes, India has to have its very version of Tintin and that comes with Jagga Jasoos. If rumors are to be believed this musical film that boasts of 20 songs has the lead character based on the comic book hero. Further the film will cast the real life couple- RK jr. and Katrina Kaif– on reel which will be one key reason to watch out for this film.
Prem Ratan Dhan Payo (1st Nov, 2015)
The only reason this film is raking publicity is the return of the much loved team, Salman Khan and Sooraj Barjatya. Coming from the Barjatya campaign we already know that this will be a family entertainer with enough of laughs and cries. But what we are waiting for Sonam Kapoor donned as the quintessential Rajshri Films Bahu.
Bajirao Mastani (25th Dec, 2015)
The film which was slated to go on floors years ago has finally flagged of. The film will bring SLB back in the fore with this period film that stars Priyanka Chopra, Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh. Ranveer going bald for Bajirao’s character has created hullabaloo enough to get the film in the esteemed 100-crore club.
Tamasha (25th Dec, 2015)
This film has two major reasons for being the most awaited film of 2015. One, it stars Deepika Padukone and Ranbir Kapoor, and two, it is an Imtiaz Ali film. Imtiaz Ali, the master auteur, often always comes up with sensible content. And despite this film being romantic film, unlike this year’s Highway, it surely will have Imtiaz’s signature touch to it. Remember Jab We Met? Don’t we still adore it? Amidst the lush beauty of mountains an unsung love tale shall bloom.
We utterly hope 2015 is a migraine free year.
HaPpY nEw YeAr 😄