Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge? (Comedy),
Star Gold HD, 9pm
Cast: Paresh Rawal, Ajay Devgn, Konkana Sen Sharma
Mistaking Puneet (Ajay Devgn) to be his nephew, Lambodar (Paresh Rawal) settles down at the Mumbai flat in which Puneet lives with his wife Munmun (Konkana Sen Sharma). The couple entertains him, but soon starts regretting their decision of taking him in. Interfering with their personal and professional lives, he paves the way for Puneet getting fired from his job, while Munmun is on the verge of losing hers.
Their attempts at vacating him lead to hilarious situations. The film is based on the short story Tum kab jaoge, Athithi?
by renowned Hindi satirist Sharad Joshi.
Secondhand Lions (Comedy),
HBO Hits, 11.30 am
Cast: Haley Joel Osment, Robert Duvall, Michael Caine
When Walter Caldwell (Haley Joel Osment) is asked to stay with his grand uncles, Hub (Robert Duvall) and Garth McCann (Michael Caine), at their suburban Texas home, he isna��t too happy with the situation or the old men. However, as they days wear on, the trio forms a bond and young Walter starts adjusting to their strange waysa��including getting to know Jasmine, their pet lioness. Rumoured to have a hidden fortune, trouble arises when Waltera��s mother returns to take him home and also get her hands on the money. A female stunt double was used for Walter, in the scene where he wrestles Jasmine.
Wolf of Wall Street (Drama), Movies Now, 3.50 pm
Cast: Leonardo Dicaprio, Margot Robbie, Jonah Hill
When young Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio) loses his job as a Wall Street stockbroker, he is forced to join a shabby brokerage firm in Long Island, where his persuasive pitching style helps him make a lot of money. He then sets up his own firm with friends and acquaintances, and fraudulently manages to become a millionaire quickly. The sudden wealth makes it easy for him to succumb to sex and drugs, and it begins to have an adverse effect on his personal and professional life. With the FBI hot on his trail, is it too late to get his act straight? The shot of DiCaprio uncomfortably looking away from Matthew McConaughey during the chest-thumping scene was actually him looking at Martin Scorsese for approval.