Two months of this year, July and September, would be
unique in their own way. While July, termed as a lucrative
month, will have releases of four big Bollywood films,
the month will see releases of three big Hollywood films.
September, on the other will release three big women
Hollywood invasion in July starts with Sony Pictures
Entertainments Amazing Spider-Man 3D, which releases
on 3 July. Next in line is Fox Star Studioss Ice
Age 4: Continental Drift on 13 July and Warner Bross
Dark Knight Rises on 20 July. All these Hollywood movies
are likely to be released in 400-500 screens in English,
Hindi, Tamil and Telugu languages, going by what was
done when Titanic 3D released on 6 April.
has lined up big releases that month. The list includes
Golmaal remake Bol Bachchan on 3 July, UTV Motion Pictures
Barfee and Deepika Padukone starrer Cocktail (both 13
July) and U, Me aur Mein on 27 July.
in contrast, will see three major releases of three
top actresses. The process may have been triggered
by successes of women centric films like Kahaani,
The Dirty Picture and Ishqiya.
first film to release would be UTV and Madhur Bhandarkars
Heroine. The film revolves around female protagonist
Kareena Kapoor, a struggler who wants to make it big
in Bollywood. Her struggle and rise to stardom take
the plot forward. The film looks set for box office
as well as critical acclaim because of Bhandarkars
prophecy in handling women centric scripts.
film following next is Preity Zintas Ishk In
Paris. The film features Zinta in a role of a strong
headed lady who falls in love with a man but then
how they handle complications of their lives and love
in urban settings of Paris form the rest part of the
story. The film seems to be an urban romantic drama
that can work at box office.
the last of the lot is Viacom18s Rani Mukerji,
Prithviraj-starrer Aiyya. The film is a quirky love
story between a Marathi girl and a Tamil boy. The
central theme of the film is about a woman who finds
a man desirable because he smells good. The film is
expected to do well at the box office.