Different Genres for Box Office Combat

Three Films of Exceptional Genres Are Ready to Hit Screens On jul 9 and we bring you good reasons for why you must watch them.

Features 1-Jul-2010 2:54 PM IST Top 10 Cinema Comments

After the big tickets have established their sufficient scope at box office, it’s the turn for exceptional genres to make its way for showbiz. On July 9, we’ll happen to watch interesting films with different conceptualizations hitting screens.

We bring you an exclusive look on those releases to keep yourselves adhered with them with more than a week left for the Big Day.

Madharasapattinam: This film doesn’t need an introduction as the producers in AGS Entertainment has strived making it grandiosely with a big budget. Set in backdrops of ancient Chennai during pre-independence period, the film revolves around an affair that pops up between a Dhobi and daughter of British Governor. G.V. Prakash’s musical score has been making some good waves on air and couple of songs ‘Meghame’ and ‘Vaama Duraiyamma’ is chartbusters now. The film is directed by ‘Kireedom’ fame Vijay, who seems to be inspired by his mentor of making period films like ‘Kaala Paani’ and ‘Kanchivaram’.

Ananthapurathu Veedu: Shankar’s runaway success with supernatural thriller ‘Eeram’ follows with yet another film of same genre from the same producer. The auteur, who enthralled us with his magniloquently stunning TV series ‘Marmadesam’, is now striking for a similar show over the silver screen. Director Naga has his own brand that sells more than his films and star-casts. ‘Ananthapurathu Veedu’ is completely based on a comedy-thriller that revolves mystery buried in a house for 23years that is rekindled on the visit of a family.

Milenge Milenge: This might be a Hindi film but has more reasons to watch. Guess what? The most once-adored onscreen couple Shahid-Kareena Kapoor is back now. Last time, we saw them over the screens was in ‘Jab We Met’. And again, they’re all set for a comedy entertainer that is supposed to make the audiences fall in love over and again. The film ‘Milenge Milenge’ is directed by Satish Kaushik and has a similar plot to that of Karthik’s yesteryear successful film ‘Harishchandra’. Yes, the girl wants her beau to be a teetotaler and the guy isn’t actually what she thinks to be. But it’s time for this man to give up all his bad habits, he finds himself in a serious trouble as the girl leaves him broken down in heart.

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