2013 is a special year in Bollywood. 2013 is the centennial year of Bollywood. To celebrate this special year, there are a number of high profile Bollywood Movies Releases in 2013.
The first movie release in January was Table No. 21. The movie is based on a couple who win a trip to Fiji to play a game for money. The couple finds out that their trip isn’t what it appears to be.
Another movie to look for in January is Race 2. Fans have been anticipating this release since the end of the first film in 2008. The movie follows the criminal Ranvir as he travels through the underworld in Turkey to avenge the death of his wife, Sofia.
Looking ahead to February, there is the release of the Valentine’s Day comedy; Jayantabhai Ki Luv Story. The movie follows the story of a criminal who falls in love with a young woman. It is a funny story of how people can fall in love with people they least expect to. Other releases in February include the third installment of the Murder Series and the Indian spy thriller film Vishuaroopam.
Bollywood movie releases in March include the romance drama; I, Me, Aur Main, which follows the story of a married man, who falls in love with another woman, and must now make a choice between the two. Fans should also look forward to the remake of Himmatwala. April features Nautanki Saala, the story of Ram Parmar, who meets Mandar. They form a close friendship and bond.
The controversial Shootout at Wadala, a prequel to Shootout at Lokhandwala is set for release in May. The film will look at gangster Manya Surv’s deadly encounter with Mumbai Police in 1982. Also in May, the remake of the Hindi film Zanjeer will premier.
June features the release of Yamla Pagla Deewana 2, the sequel to the popular first film. Ghanchakkar will also be released. It tells the story of Sanju, a criminal who seeks to commit one final heist.
July features Lootera, a romance drama about two lovers who disobey their parents and get married. Soon, the couple are faced with adversity and tragedy. Bhaag Milkha Bhagg also comes out in July, and it is a film based on Indian athlete Milkha Singh.
August features the release of Once Upon a Time in Mumbai Again, the sequel to the hit Once Upon a Time in Mumbai.
The Fall features the third installment of the Krrish film series, set for release in November, as well as the third installment of the Dhoom series. The movie is tenatively set for a Christmas Day release.
These movies will keep Bollywood movie fans at the boxoffice London.