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    Friday, April 22

    The Conjuring (Horror), Movies Now, 6.55 pm
    Cast: Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilsoncats
    Carolyn Perron (Lili Taylor) and her husband move with their children into a dilapidated
    farmhouse on Rhode Island. Little do they know that the place is haunted. Soon paranormal
    activities begin, starting with the clock stopping at exactly seven minutes past three
    every morning. The Perrons contact noted paranormal investigators Ed Warren
    (Wilson) and his wife Lorraine (Farmiga), who, after an examination of the house,
    decide that an exorcism is required but only after they get the authorisation from the Church. The movie’s sequel is scheduled to release in June.

    Slumdog Millionaire (Drama), Pix, 8.24 pm
    Cast: Dev Patel, Freida Pinto
    Jamal Malik (Patel) is in the middle of a dream run
    on the TV show, Kaun Banega Crorepati. He’s just    cats1
    one question away from winning `20 million, when
    doubts are raised about how a street urchin like
    him could get all the answers right. The truth is
    that each question is connected to a chapter from
    his childhood — which he spent in the slums, growing
    up with his brother, meddling with local gangs
    and pursuing his love, Latika (Pinto). But game
    host Prem Kumar (Anil Kapoor) and the police still
    have their suspicions. After Schindler’s List (1993),
    this is the only movie to have won Best Picture,
    Screenplay and Director at the BAFTAs, Golden Globes and Oscars.

    Saturday, April 23

    The Expendables 3 (Action),
    Sony Pix, 12 pm
    Cast: Sylvester Stallone Jason Statham,cats2
    Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mel Gibson Barney (Stallone), Christmas (Statham) and others of the original Expendables group rescue their former team member, Doc (Snipes), from a train that was taking him to prison. They then team up to stop arms dealer Victor Mins from selling bombs to a warlord in Somalia, only to discover that former   Expendable, Conrad Stonebanks (Gibson), is in the thick of things. With Conrad aiming to end the group, Barney must recruit new faces and bring in some old ones—like Trench Mauser (Schwarzenegger)—to stop him. Steven Seagal was offered a role in the movie, but he declined

    Bajirao Mastani (Romance/
    Drama), Colors, 9 pm
    Cast: Ranveer Singh, Deepika
    Padukone, Priyanka Chopra
    Set in the cat5early 18th century, the film sees young Maratha general Bajirao (Singh) become the peshwa
    of the Satara empire. During one of his travels, he encounters the warrior princess, Mastani
    (Padukone), who convinces him  to help defeat an army that is threatening her land, Bundelkhand. Later, he gifts her his dagger, not realising it symbolises marriage in her community.     When Bajirao returns to his wife, Kashibai (Chopra), Mastani
    follows him. But she is housed among the courtesans by his mother. The film was in development for 15 years; it was delayed
    due to changes in the cast.




    Sunday, April 24
    Avengers: Age of Ultron (Superhero/
    Action), Star Movies, 9 pm
    Cast: Robert Downey Jr, Mark
    Ruffalo, Chris Evans
    The Avengers arecat4 back in action,this time trying to retrieve Loki’s
    sceptre from a Hydra base. While completing the mission, they find
    out that Strucker (Thomas Kretschmann) has been conducting experiments on a pair of twins
    with superpowers, Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) and Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen).
    Meanwhile, Tony Stark (Downey Jr) does his own experiments on  the sceptre and discovers an artificial
    intelligence, which he asks Bruce Banner (Ruffalo) to transfer into his Ultron defence security.
    But the plan backfires, and the AI creates a mission of its own — to destroy mankind. The Quicksilver
    character is also seen in X Men: Days of Future Past.


    Terminator Sacats3lvation (Sci-Fi/Action), HBO, 6.46 pm
    Cast: Christian Bale, Sam Worthington
    Set in the post apocalyptic period, the last remaining factions
    of mankind are hiding undergroundfrom an army of machines. John
    Connor (Bale), the man slated to lead   the Resistance, learns that the
    machines have a kill list and KyleReese is on it. Elsewhere, the cyborg,
    Marcus Wright (Worthington) is alsotrying to save Reese whose destiny is
    closely linked to Connor’s. The Resistance is set to bring down the
    machines’ Skynet base, but how will they save Reese? The movie was
    released on the 25th anniversary of The Terminator.

    our pick
    cat6Rush Hour, Zee Cafe, Friday, 8 pm
    The Rush Hour movie franchise is getting
    a reboot with a new action-packed
    TV series, premiering today. In the first
    episode, Justin Hires (who plays
    Detective Carter) and Jon Foo
    (Detective Lee) investigate the theft of
    valuable statues from a cargo plane.
    During the case, Foo also confronts his
    sister who he thought was dead.


    cat7Identity Season: Forgotten Girls of
    Dhaka, BBC World News , Friday, 8 pm
    Host Farhana Haider visits a slum in
    Dhaka to meet a group of teenage girls,
    who were married and abandoned by
    their husbands even before they turned
    16. How does the tight-knit slum community
    help and hinder the girls’ futures?
    Haider hears them explain who they are
    and what they think their futures hold.

    Angel From Hell, Star World and Starcat8
    World HD, Sunday,12 pm-5 pm
    Grab some popcorn and get ready to
    binge-watch season one of Angel from
    Hell. The series follows the unlikely
    friendship between dermatologist
    Allison Fuller and Amy, a mysterious
    woman who claims to be her guardian
    angel. It is suggested that Amy has been
    watching Fuller since her childhood.


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