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  HINDI MOVIE RELEASES EXPECTED THIS MONTH
By SHEPHALI J. RELE



Shahid Kapur and Priyanka Chopra appear together in "Kaminey."
"Kaminey": Starring Shahid Kapur, Priyanka Chopra, Amol Gupte; directed by Vishal Bharadwaj; music by Vishal Bharadwaj.

From the music composer-turned-director who brought us "Maqbool" and "Omkara," this film tells the story of twins Charlie and Guddu played by Shahid Kapur. Raised together in the slums of Mumbai, they have grown up to despise each other. Charlie has a lisp is street smart and makes his income betting at the race course. Guddu is honest and diligent and hopes to climb the corporate ladder, he stammers when nervous. One night, their separate lives collide. Charlie is double crossed and finds himself in a deadly scheme while Guddu discovers his girlfriend Sweety played by Priyanka Chopra has unknowingly put a price on his head. On the run to protect themselves, the brothers face a dark comical ride as they encounter crooked cops, gangsters and rogue politicians. As the story unfolds, Charlie and Guddu realize they must depend on each other to find a way out of the mess they are caught up in.



Tusshar Kapoor and Prachi Desai make a pair in "Life Partner."
"Life Partner": Starring Govinda, Fardeen Khan, Akshaye Khanna, Tusshar Kapoor, Genelia D'Souza, Prachi Desai; directed by Rumi Jaffrey; music by Pritam, Sachin-Jigar.

This romantic comedy takes a look at marriage from three different perspectives. Fardeen Khan is Karan; for him being in love is most important. He thinks if you know everything about your partner beforehand, nothing can go wrong. Genelia D'Souza plays Sanjana, his love interest. Marriage seems like the next step for them. But is "love marriage" the way to go? Tusshar Kapoor plays Bhavesh, an obedient Gujarati son who believes in arranged marriage. Prachi Desai plays his poised wife who comes with family approval. Govinda plays Jeet, a divorce lawyer who's a Casanova of sorts. He thinks marriage ties one down and often becomes the cause of his client's divorce. Celebrated comedy writer Rumi Jaffrey directs this laugh riot about three friends struggling with their marital woes. The film is produced by noted director duo Abbas-Mastan.



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