After an OTT dominated 2020, 2021 has some crazy Bollywood movies lined up that demand a must-watch on the big screen. Here is a complete list of the entertainment that awaits Bollywood fans this year:-
Madam Chief Minister
Richa Chadha looks powerful and dominant as a leading politician in Subash Kapoor’s Madam Chief Minister released on January 22. The film was shot entirely in lockdown over a continuous 40-day schedule, where Richa’s methodical acting comments on the intricacies of the societal caste system among other things.
Bollywood is eagerly waiting for Salman Khan’s Radhe expected to release on May 13. The movie seems to have a fan base before releasing as Khan played a character with the same name in Wanted (2010) – a movie that revolutionized his box office earnings.
83 – The Movie
Ranveer Singh is all set to portray Kapil Dev as Bollywood attempts to re-create the historic 1983 World Cup win of the Indian cricket team. This will be the first movie where Deepika Padukone will share the screen with him in and as a wife. The release date has not been declared yet.
Another cricket blockbuster, this one stars Shahid Kapoor in the Hindi adaptation of the Telugu movie with the same title. This will be the second cricket-oriented movie for Kapoor after Dil Bole Hadippa (2009). The Telugu and Bollywood version have the same director and Jersey will release on November 5.
Karan Johar’s dream project began its principal photography in March 2020 and the movie is confirmed to be a Christmas 2021 release. Bollywood fans are eagerly waiting for this production for its star cast including Ranveer Singh, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Alia Bhatt, Vicky Kaushal, Bhumi Pednekar, Janhvi Kapoor, and Anil Kapoor.
Laal Singh Chadha
Laal Singh Chadha is the Bollywood adaptation of Tom Hanks’ Forrest Gump starring Amir Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan. The duo will share the screen after Three Idiots (2009) as the movie releases on December 25, 2021.
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