This Week’s Blockbusters | Sangam Courtyard

You know why we love Diwali breaks? The whole week is full of holidays, family get togethers, card parties and an overload of fun! Be sure to take advantage of this lovely time we get with family and friends to take in a show of the latest movies released this Diwali solely for your entertainment. While you and your folks catch a screening of your Bollywood favorites in style and comfort at Sangam Courtyard, do not forget to drop in at any of Sangam Courtyard’s show-stopping array of renowned restaurants serving the best global cuisine in Delhi. Here are the latest movies playing this week at Sangam Courtyard, just for you:

Badhai Ho

This Diwali, catch the family movie which is not your typical family affair. Starring the ever versatile Ayushmann Khurrana as the hero, the movie tells the story of 25-year-old who has a happily typical life, with a happily typical relationship, in a happily typical conservative society, whose life is turned upside down when his middle aged mother announces that she is pregnant! Initially overcome by embarrassment, the children find their life being turned upside down as those closest to them start ridiculing them and their family. But ultimately, it is heart-warming story of how the family comes together to support each other when they need it the most, and how, by sticking together through tough times, they regain the respect of those around them. A must watch with your family in this Festive season of togetherness!

Andhadhun

Directed by the master of thrillers, Sriram Raghavan of Ek Hasina Thi, Johnny Gaddar and Badlapur fame, and with pitch perfect, superb performances from Ayushmaan Khurrana, Tabu and Radhika Apte, it is no surprise that audiences cannot get enough of its glorious keep-‘em-guessing plotlines, characters and twists and turns! Residing in Pune, Aakash (Aayushmann Khurrana), a blind pianist is privy to an aftermath of a murder. His conscience urges him to report the crime he has technically not ‘witnessed’, but is there more to him than meets the eye? While Huffington post has called Andhadhun “the best Bollywood movie of 2018”, the Indian Express reviews have one tip for the audience: “do not step out, do not look away, and stay right till the end.” Grab tickets for this cinematic experience as soon as you can.

Bazaar

A business crime drama thriller starring Saif Ali Khan, debutant Rohan Mehra, Chitrangada Singh and Radhika Apte, the film is set in the backdrop of money, power and business, largely based on the stock market. When starry eyed but ambitious stock trader Rizwan Ahmed arrives in Mumbai, determined to work with his hero, financial maven Shakun Kothari (Saif Ali Khan), he stops at nothing to bluff his way into the city’s largest trading firm and get closer to Kothari. But in the murky underbelly of the stock market, can greed and betrayal be far behind. Watch as Rohan Mehra as Rizwan Ahmed loses his soul and becomes a pawn to Shakun Kothari, ultimately gambling with his life to reclaim his conscience and his freedom from the rat race!

Savyasachi

No, it’s not about Sabyasachi, the famous Indian designer. Chandoo Mondeti’s much awaited film ‘Savyasachi’ (meaning Ambidextrous), starring Naga Chaitanya, Nidhhi Agerwal, Madhavan and Bhoomika Chawla, is based on a twin brother who is absorbed by Naga’s character in the womb. Naga’s character, named Adithya, is constantly accompanied by his own ‘vanished’ twin (a boy called Vikram) who manifests himself through Adithya’s left hand, protecting him from danger. When surrounded by Danger, the characters biggest weakness becomes his overwhelming strength! An action packed thriller, the film has noteworthy performances from Naga Chaitanya, Madhavan and Niddhi Agerwal.

Drama

Set in UK, Drama follows the hilarious yet enthralling journey of a funeral director, who sets out to fulfill the final wish of one of his clients. The client, now dead, is Rosamma John Chacko’s (Arundhathy Nag) and her last wish. Mother of five, she was brought to the UK by her younger daughter Mercy (Kaniha), almost two weeks before her untimely death. Rosamma’s last wish was to be buried at Kattappana near her husband’s grave. But when she dies, her children decide to keep her funeral in London. But unexpectedly, it’s the profit hungry funeral director who is moved by Rosamma’s story and tries to take her remains back to her native land. Will Rosamma’s last wish be granted? That is the crux and the core of the movie.

 

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