A look at this week’s movie releases!

And there’s yet another weekend of awful movies! There isn’t a big competition at the box-office this weekend and the movies releasing on Friday may not mint a good amount. The stillness at the box-office actually continues after ‘Badrinath Ki Dulhania’. Even Phillauri couldn’t mint good amount besides the strong star cast. And the movies that are releasing on April 7 have nothing to impress.

This Friday is going to be a dull day for the movie-goers as there are only small releases and we’ve pure doubts about their success. One is about a torrid love story, while another is about pre-marital sex and pregnancy, the third ones about an old man’s last wishes and the fourth one has man with big dream. Does this sound interesting enough? Would you consider any one of them for the coming weekend? Well, let’s help you with the detailed information about these movies…




Mirza Juuliet is all about love and obsession. Starring Darshan Kumar and Piaa Bajpai, Mirza Juuliet is an unconventional kind of a love story which has a lot of drama and violence. The movie shows the story of two completely different individuals who have different lives. Juuliet, who believes in love without commitment, is going to marry a politician’s son who is a complete Casanova. Mirza is a police inspector who has nothing to do with love. Mirza and Juuliet meet each other in a bizarre circumstance and eventually fall in love without realizing the consequences. They get entangled in the vicious web of the politicians where there is more violence than peace. Will Mirza and Juuliet be able to unite forever? What happens when the politician finds out about their affair? To know the answers to all of them, wait till the movie releases on 7th April, 2017. Till then, have a look at this full-on-drama trailer and get some clues.






Directed by Manish Harishankar, Laali Ki Shaadi Mein Laaddoo Deewana is a wedding chaos followed by lots of laughter. It is a comedy adventure film featuring Akshara Haasan as Laali, Vivaan Shah as Laddoo, Gurmeet Choudhary and Saurabh Shukla. Laali is a bold and gutsy girl from Vadodara, who falls for Laaddo and gets pregnant. But Laddoo isn’t looking for a responsibility of that nature and abandons her. Will a Prince Charming rescue this maiden or will love defy all rhyme and reasoning? Well, to know what will happen to Laali, wait for Friday and find out for yourself! Till then watch the hilarious trailer here…






Directed by Shubhashish Bhutiani and featuring Adil Husain and Lalit Behl, Mukti Bhawan revolves around an interesting relationship between a father and son after the former decides to die in the Hindu holy city of Varanasi. Set on the backdrop of a real-life concept of “Mukti Bhawan”, this bittersweet movie is a journey of a son who has left with no choice but to tackle his father’s dying wish. Will Rajiv be able to bring peace to his father? What happens when they find that Daya is still alive after 15 days? To find out all the answers to such questions, wait for the movie to release on 7th April. And till then, watch the gripping trailer, and feel the warmth.






Directed by Suman Ganguli, Blue Mountain explores changing human emotions and journeys beyond mere winning or losing in life. Starring Ranvir Shorey, Gracy Singh, Rajpal Yadav, Simran Sharma, Arif Zakaria, Mahesh Thakur, and Yatharth Ratnum, Blue Mountain is a movie about those who dream big, but lack self-confidence. The movie is about a hill-town carefree boy Som, who accidentally gets selected in a singing reality TV show. His mother, a yesteryear’s lead singer tries to push him and fulfill her lifelong dreams through him. But he returns home after failing, and dejected. But, his family and friends boost his morale and try to bring back his passion once again. Will Som be able to become a singer? How would Som’s mother be able to fulfill her dream through him? To know all the answers to these questions, wait till the movie releases on 7th April. Till then, watch this motivating trailer here…



What do you have to say about these movies? Which movie would you prefer to watch on the coming weekend? Do share your reviews and thoughts with us in the comments section below!

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