NEERJA and 4 other women-centric films to look forward to in 2016
2015 has been an exciting year for Bollywood which also witnessed the astonishing girl power at the BO with some brilliant movies like PIKU, NH10, MASSAN, TANU WEDS MANU RETURNS and MARGARITA WITH A STRAW.
Let's take a look at some women-centric films to look forward to in 2016...
|SONAM KAPOOR'S FIRST LOOK AS NEERJA BHANOT|
Sonam Kapoor is all set to essay the role of the Ashoka Chakra awardee Neerja Bhanot who lost her life in the ill-fated Pan Am Flight 73, that was hijacked. The trailer of the film is out and looks very promising. It is set to release in early 2016.
|JAI GANGAAJAL MOVIE POSTER|
Priyanka Chopra has replaced Ajay Devgn in the successful GANGAAJAL's second instalment. The actress will be seen playing a tough lady cop. The trailer features Priyanka in a power packed performance and after looking at her, it definitely seems like the sequel will set new records.
|AISHWARYA RAI BACHCHAN ON THE SETS OF SARBJIT|
SARABJIT starring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Randeep Hooda and Richa Chadha in lead roles is based on the life of Sarabjit Singh- Indian national who was alleged of terrorism and spying by the Pakistani government. Though Randeep would play Sarabjit, Aishwarya playing his sister and Richa his wife have a very strong role to essay, thereby making it a women-centric film.
Richa Chadha, who is always seen more in off-beat cinema will be first time playing a glamorous role – that of a cabaret dancer. Pooja Bhatt's CABARET portrays Richa in a very different role - singing and dancing in the film. According to the actress, the film has lot more than dancing. It'll be interesting to see what the film has in store to offer the audiences.
|CHALK AND DUSTER|
CHALK N DUSTER:
CHALK N DUSTER stars Juhi Chawla and Shabana Azmi in key roles along with many other actresses like Divya Dutta, Zarina Wahab and others in parallel roles. The film about teachers and students also stars Richa Chadha in a vital role, playing a journalist. Followed by 2014 and 2015, which witnessed some epic women-led films, these 2016 films are set to make new records thereby creating a revolution in the Indian Cinema.