Director: Omung Kumar
Cast: Priyanka Chopra, Sunil Thapa, Darshan Kumaar
Taking you into the life of Mary Kom (Chopra), her rise to fame and the struggles behind her journey to the top, this one proves to be worth a watch. From being fascinated by boxing as a little girl, to her marriage to Onler Kom, and the challenges of being a successful boxer with the responsibility of a family, the film captures Kom’s life accurately.
Director: Brian A Miller | Cast: Jason Patric, Bruce Willis, John Cusack
If you think that this film should be named Taken Rehashed and that Liam Neeson should be onscreen then you would be forgiven as The Prince is just that. A retired New Orleans crime boss and widowed father Paul (Patric) ropes in his friend Sam (Cusack) to fight against old foe Omar (Willis) who kidnaps Paul’s daughter. The plot is weak and even the fight sequences lack a good punch (pun intended). Watch just
for Willis’ portrayal of a sadistic yet grieving baddie.
Director: Homi Adajania
Cast: Deepika Padukone, Pankaj Kapur Dimple Kapadia, Arjun Kapoor, Naseeruddin Shah
A tale about a road trip by by five residents of a sleepy village in Goa after local postman Ferdie (Shah) finds an undelivered letter to the love of his life, along with young widow Angie (Padukone), her
mother-in-law, Rosie (Kapadia), a lecherous artist Don Pedro (Kapur), and Savio (Kapoor). But even they cannot salvage the weak plot that aims to explore human nature and emotion.