Ekkees Toppon Ki Salaami, Dhund Lenge Manzil Hum, Jigariyaa, Spark, Tamanchey Crowd Theatres This Weekend

Today’s release of five films at a time will crowd the theatres this weekend but all of them being budget films, they may not pose any challenge to Hrithik Roshan’s “Bang Bang” that is still racing towards Rs.300 crore.

Here is brief look at today’s films:

Dhund Lenge Manzil Hum:

Cast : Kalyanji Jana, Dharmendra Singh, Sabi Tina Reddy, Neha Bansal, Raja Murad, Mustaq Khan, Ali Khan, Ramesh Goel, Birbal
Singers : Shahid Malya, Sanchiti Sakat, Alok Kumar, Vaishnav Deva, Mohhamad Salamat, Sonu Rao
Directed by R.Gautam Kalyanji Jana, the film is about five orphan kids suffering from some kind of illness or disability but win the game of life.

Ekkees Toppon Ki Salaami:

Directed by Ravindra Gautam, the film is about two sons set out to bring respect to their father that he always dreamt about. With comedy mixed in, the film portrays Shekhar and Subhash Joshi in key roles. Anupam Kher plays the fatherand the other cast include Neha Dhupia, Divyendu Sharma, Manu Rishi Chadha, Aditi Sharma, Rajesh Sharma, Uttara Baokar, Supriya Kumari among others.


Directed by Raj Purohit, the film is inspired from the true events surrounding the tale of Shaamlal Gupta (Shaamu), the only son of halwaai Ramlal Gupta, who is a happy go lucky boy based in Agra, the city of love and Radhika Sharma (Raadha), his lady love. Produced by Vinod Bachchan and Raju Chadha, the film features Harshvardhan Deo as Shaamlal Gupta and Cherry Mardia as Radhika Sharma, besides K K Raina, Navni Parihar, Deepak Chadha, Virendra Saxena, Natasha Rastogi, Vinita Malik, Mohit Baghel and Ketan Singh.


Directed by V.K. Singh and produced by R.S. Yadav, the film centres around a local Indian lad Arjun (Rajneesh Duggal) who falls in love with Anupama (Shubhashree Ganguly) while studying in Germany. The reach the stage of dying for the other but life takes a twist. Back in India, something incomplete was left behind that required Arjun’s presence and his visit home traps him in a web of a game that he should find to exit. Cast includes Rajniesh Duggal as Arjun, Shubhashree Ganguly as Anupama, Ashutosh Rana, Govind Namdeo, Rohit Raj as Tikkam, Rati Agnihotri, Manoj Joshi, Mansa Bahl and Ranjeet.

Directed by Navneet Behal, produced by Suryaveer Singh Bhullar, the film features Richa Chadda in female lead role opposite Nikhil Dwivedi. Tamanchey fires off when Munna, a rustic kidnapper from UP meets the girl, Babu, a street smart drug peddler from Delhi. As criminals, they meet in police custody while being escorted to jail.

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