Friday, March 25
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (Superhero/Action),Sony Pix, 3.55 pm
Cast: Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone While he fights crime in New York City as Spider-Man, Richard Parker (Garfield) continues to look for clues regarding his parents’ disappearance. Elsewhere at OsCorp, Max Dillon (Jamie Foxx) survives an electrical accident and transforms into the bad guy, Electro, who can insert himself into electric lines. And Harry Osborne (Dane DeHaan), plagued by an unusual
disease, becomes dangerously obsessed with his father’s biogenetic projects at OsCorp. All three conflicts soon come to a head. This is the longest Spider-Man movie ever, at 142 minutes.
Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon (Comedy/Romance),
UTV Movies, 8.10 pm
Cast: Kapil Sharma, Elli Avram
Maintaining three different identities is no easy task. And, with three wives, it gets tougher. Kumar (Sharma) is married to three women under different identities— Shiv, Ram and Kishan—and he lives with them in three separate apartments on different floors of the same building. Things get even more complicated when he contemplates a fourth marriage, with Deepika (Avram), while the first three wives befriend each other. Can Kumar survive this mess? This is stand-up comedian Sharma’s debut Bollywood movie.
Saturday, March 26
The Lego Movie (Animation/ Adventure), HBO, 6.58 pm
Cast: Chris Pratt, Will Arnett, Elizabeth Banks
Eight years after the wizard Vitruvius (Morgan Freeman) failed to save the super weapon Kragle from the clutches of the evil Lord Business (Will Ferrell), and prophesied the arrival of a ‘Special One’, ordinary Lego mini-figure Emmet finds himself tasked with the daunting job of stopping the evil one from misusing the Kragle. With the help of Wyldstle (Banks) and Batman (Arnett), can Emmet retrieve
the weapon before it’s too late? The film received the Academy Award for Best Original Song for Everything is Awesome, by Tegan and Sara ft The Lonely Island.
Happy Ending (Romance/Comedy), Zee Cinema, 6.21 pm
Cast: Saif Ali Khan, Ileana D’Cruz
Yudi (Khan) is a former bestselling writer who is still raking in the money and leading a lavish lifestyle. But soon another writer, Aanchal (Cruz), emerges and publishers start flocking to her. Yudi’s finances
take a toll and he is forced to come out of his ennui and take the help of a Bollywood actor, Armann (Govinda), to overcome his writer’s block. But he soon realises that the only solution is to Aanchal herself
and get some inspiration through love. Shah Rukh Khan was the first choice for the role of Yudi.
Sunday, March 27
Khiladi 786 (Action/Comedy), B4U Movies, 6 pm
Cast: Akshay Kumar, Asin
Mansukh’s (Himesh Reshammiya) failed attempts to broker marriages have affected his father, Champak Lal’s (Manoj Joshi), once-successful wedding organising business so badly that he expells his son
from the house. To salvage his reputation and prove his talent, Mansukh attempts to fix the marriage between Indu (Asin), the sister of an underworld don, and Bahattar Singh (Kumar), a ‘cop’ who is also
called Khiladi 786. But Mansukh soon realises that Bahattar’s family of ‘cops’ is actually a bunch of con men in disguise. Can he find a solution? Kumar returns to the Khiladi series after 12 years.
Taken 3 (Action), Star Movies HD, 9 pm
Cast: Liam Neeson, Famke Janssen
Former covert operative Bryan Mills’ (Neeson) life turns upside down when he finds his ex-wife, Lenore (Janssen), dead in his apartment. Meanwhile, the LAPD tries to take Mills into custody, and though he
escapes, he soon realises the CIA and FBI are in pursuit of him, too. He now faces the gruelling task of protecting his daughter, Kim (Maggie Grace), who is in danger from the same assailants. Will he
find the real murderers before the agencies catch up with him? The movie got the Favourite Thriller Movie award at the 42nd People’s Choice Awards.