Ram Gopal Varma sullied his reputation with “Aag”, a take-off on “Sholay” that never was. Here is time for redemption with “Sarkar Raj”, a sequel to his own “Sarkar” that brings the Bachchan trio of Amitabh, Abhishek and Aishwarya together. Throw in a reality dash with shades of similarity with a Mumbai politician and you have a film that people might just love to see for more than one reason.


For years Rajeev Khandelwal made waves with “Kahin to Hoga”. His popularity touched a real high among girls. Then he fell out with Ekta Kapoor. Now he is seeking the same bonding with his fans with his big screen debut “Aamir”, a film that asks many uneasy questions. Here a phone call changes a man’s life for good. How? Director Raj Kumar Gupta’s film will give the answer.


Kamal Amrohi’s grandson Mashoor Amrohi makes his debut in a multi-faceted manner. He is not only a debutant hero but also a debutant director and writer. The 29-year-old is paired with another newcomer, Vishakha Singh, who once challenged for a lead opposite Shah Rukh Khan. The film may not have got a great initial but comes soaked in colours of nostalgia for old-timers who still remember Kamal Amrohi and “Pakeezah”.