Movies OK, 2.10 pm
Cast: Ranbir Kapoor, Katrina Kaif
Prem (Kapoor), the son of a restaurateur, is a good-hearted troublemaker. He falls madly in love with Jenny (Katrina Kaif), who he believes loves him too—only to discover she considers him a friend. Later, he learns that Jenny is in love with her Canada-based college friend, Rahul (Upen Patel), the son of a wealthy politician. Prem helps Jenny elope with her lover after her parents try to force her to marry a wealthy boy of their choice. But even as he tries to convince Rahul’s father—who is against his son marrying a Christian girl—Prem has to come to terms with his own feelings. The movie won Kapoor the Filmfare Critics Award for
Best Actor in 2010.
The Scorpion King 3, Sony Pix, 9 pm
Cast: Billy Zane, Ron Perlman, Victor Webster
As prophesied, Mathayus’ (Webster) kingdom is falling apart due to a deadly plague. When it claims his wife’s life, too, Mathayus resumes the life of a mercenary. He is hired as an assassin and paired with a Scandinavian warrior, Olaf (Bostin Christopher), by the powerful king of Egypt Horus (Perlman), to fight his wicked brother, Talus (Billy Zane) who is trying to conquer his kingdom. Meanwhile, Talus sets out to steal the Book of the Dead from Ramusan (Temuera Morrison), an ally of Horus, and kidnaps his daughter, Princess Silda (Krystal Vee) as well. And though Mathayus gets another chance at rebuilding his kingdom, he tries to rescue Silda first. The film’s fight scenes were choreographed by stunt experts Kawee Seng Sirikanerut (of Ong Bak: The Thai Warrior fame) and Supoj Jimmy Khaowwong (of Batman Begins fame).