Hasee Toh Phasee will premiere in North America on February 7, 2014.
Synopsis: Spread across Mumbai over a decade, the film is about the relationship between the quirky, rebellious Meeta (Parineeti Chopra), and the mischievous Nikhil (Sidharth Malhotra) struggling with their respective families to fit in. Nikhil bumps into Meeta on the occasion of her sister Deeksha's wedding while Meeta is on the run. He falls in love with Meeta's sister Karishma on the same day. The film jumps to the eve of Nikhil and Karishma's engagement. Karishma's wealthy father, Devesh Solanki, does not approve of Nikhil as he finds him to be a lackadaisical young man.
On the day of his engagement, Nikhil promises Karishma that he will prove himself to be worthy of her within the next seven days. Nikhil is re-introduced to Meeta by Karishma and is instructed to put her up in a hotel. Nikhil recognizes Meeta. In an attempt to please Karishma he decides to keep Meeta in the flat above his own house, with his crazy extended family. During the course of Meeta's stay at Nikhil's house, they come close to each other and open up to each other. In the midst of this confusion, the truth of relationships is unfolded; the strength of unions is tested and love triumphs.
Starring: Sidharth Malhotra, Parineeti Chopra, Adah Sharma, Manoj Joshi, and Sharat Saxena
Director: Vinil Mathew
Gunday will premiere in North America on February 14, 2014.
Synopsis: Based in Calcutta during its most unsettled times in the 1970s, the film deals with the inseparable life of Bikram and Bala. The story of 2 boys, boys who became refugees. Refugees who became gun couriers. Gun Couriers who became coal bandits, coal bandits who became Calcutta's Most Loved, Most Celebrated, Most Reckless, Most Fearless, Most Powerful! A story of two happy-go-lucky renegades who came to be known as...GUNDAY!
Starring: Ranveer Singh, Arjun Kapoor, Irrfan Khan, and Priyanka Chopra
Director: Ali Abbas Zafar
Yaariyan won the head-to-head battle against Dedh Ishqiya for the top spot at the box office among domestic films in India. The Bollywood romantic drama took a $4.1 million bow from 1,204 screens compared to Dedh Ishqiya's $2.9 million debut from 1,024 screens.
Dhoom 3 finished its fourth week under the $1 million mark after taking $729k from 932 screens. The blockbuster is already India's highest grossing film of all time and has collected a total of $42 million from Hindi screenings alone. Bollywood classic Sholay was re-released in 3D last weekend and posted a $339k take in its first hold, taking the cumulative total of the re-release to $1.7 million
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* Hindi grosses only.