South African distributor releasing Khiladi 786 and Dabaang 2

MUMBAI: South Africa-based Ster-Kinekor that brings all the major movie titles from across the globe to its big screens across the South Africa,is gearing up to release two major Bollywood titles grace the big screen this December. The first film to release would be Khiladi 786 on 7 December while Salman Khan’s Dabangg 2 will release two weeks later on 21 December.

Both films boast of big names and feature music and dance that is expected from blockbuster Bollywood titles. Fans in Durban can look forward to Khiladi 786 as well as Dabangg 2 at Ster-Kinekor Gateway, while Johannesburg audiences will be able to experience all the thrills and action of Dabangg 2 at Ster-Kinekor The Zone in Rosebank.

Eros International‘s Khiladi 786 in which Akshay Kumar plays the hero Khiladi that also celebrates 12 years of the Khiladi film series. Playing the female lead opposite Kumar, in the role of Indu Tendulkar, is actress Asin Thottumkal. Mithun Chakraborty, Paresh Rawal and Himesh Reshammiya also appear in pivotal roles in Khiladi 786. The film, directed by Ashish R Mohan has been produced for HariOm Entertainment Company and HR Musik by Twinkle Khanna, Sunil Lulla and Himesh Reshammiya, who has also composed the music of the film beside being part of the cast.

With Dabangg 2, Salman Khan returns to the big screen as Chulbul Pandey in the second adventure of one of the most successful franchises of all time in Indian cinema and, one of the most anticipated Bollywood films of 2012. Starring opposite Khan in the lead role is Sonakshi Sinha.

The film also stars Prakash Raj as the negative lead while Vinod Khanna, Deepak Dobriyal and Nikitan Dheer are in supporting roles.

The movie is directed by Arbaaz Khan and produced by Khan and his wife, Malaika Arora Khan, for Arbaaz Khan Productions in association with Shree Ashtavinayak.

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