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Zee Action lines up blockbuster movies in ‘Action ka Punchnama'

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MUMBAI: Zee Action, India’s one stop destination for action movies, presents a terrific line-up of action films titled Action ka Punchnama starting from 20 March at 8 pm. Airing every night, the week filled with thrill and adventure will end on 26 March 2016.

The festival commences with Vidroh - Let's Fight Back on 20 March at 8 pm. The movie stars the very pretty Kriti Sanon and Naga Chaitanya in lead roles. The action crime film revolves around a conman in urgent need of a lump sum amount of money and a policeman to catch him red handed. The next in line is Bal Brahmachari, a murder mystery starring Karisma Kapoor, Deepak Tijori and Puru Rajkumar on 21 March. On 22 March catch Mera Krodhstarring Ravi Teja in a lead role. The romantic action drama revolves around three close friends and a complicated love story with twists and turns. Khalnayak on 23rd March with Sanjay Dutt, Jackie Shroff and Madhuri Dixit in pivotal roles is sure to entertain the audiences. This blockbuster is about the escape and attempted capture of a terrorist criminal Ballu by Inspector Ram and his girlfriend, officer Ganga. The next action flick is Police Police on 24 March. The movie starringRavi Teja is about four buddies who accidentally get selected in the Police Academy, but face a series of obstacles before they reach their destination. It will be followed by Pandav – The Punch on 25 March starring Arya and Pooja revolving around Rudran, who was left behind by his parent in Varanasi to become an Aghori. Action ka Punchnama will conclude on 26 March with Phool Aur Kaante starring Ajay Devgn and Madhu in lead roles. Ajay Devgn's entry in the film became very popular where he appeared standing and balancing on two moving motorcycles and similar stunts have been repeated by him in various films thereafter.

Action Ka Punchnama Film Festival schedule:

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