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Sui Dhaaga, Manto and Others: Bollywood Movies in Sep

Web Desk (September 02, 2018): What trade analysts call the most profitable period for the Hindi film industry has begun with the month of September. With the onset of the festive season, Bollywood has a lot to offer to the cinephiles.

 1. Laila Majnu: September 7

An Imtiaz Ali presentation and a Shaad Ali directorial, Laila Majnu marks the debut as a lead of actors Tripti Dimri and Avinash Tiwary in the film industry.

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The story of the film is inspired by the classic love story of Laila and Majnu. Set in Kashmir, the film tells the story of two lovers who put a brave fight against all the obstacles that come their way.

The trailer of the film boasts of themes of love and separation. Releasing on September 7, the love saga is co-produced by Ekta Kappor, Shobha Kapoor and Preety Ali.

2. Gali Guleiyan: September 7

Manoj Bajpayee’s psychological thriller Gali Guleiyan marks the directorial debut of Dipesh Jain. The film is set in Old Delhi’s narrow streets where the protagonist Khuddoos (Manoj Bajpayee) lives.

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He hears the cry of a kid in his neighbourhood who is brutally beaten up by his father and makes attempts to save him. Gali Guleiyan has already been screened at many international film festivals and has won accolades too.

3. Manmarziyaan: September 14

Ace director Anurag Kashyap’s upcoming Manmarziyaaan follows the characters of Vicky Kaushal, Taapsee Pannu and Abhishek Bachan, and attempts to throw light on trials and tribulations of love.

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Manmarziyaan is being produced by Aanand L Rai and will hit the big screen on September 14.

4. Love Sonia: September 14

Mrunal Thakur, Adil Hussain, Richa Chadha, Rajkummar Rao, Manoj Bajpayee, Freida Pinto and Anupam Kher star in this harrowing tale of human trafficking.

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Directed by Tabrez Noorani, the film highlights the pain and agony of those in flesh trade. It has won the Best Indie Film Award at Indian Film Festival of Melbourne 2018.

Richa has been honoured with an outstanding achievement award at the London Indian Film Festival for her performance in the film.

5. Batti Gul Meter Chalu: September 21

Shahid Kapoor and Shardha Kapoor’s’s social drama Batti Gul Meter Chalu highlights electricity issues in small towns of India.

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Director Shree Narayan Singh of Toilet Ek Prem Katha fame has set the movie in Uttrakhand. “Batti Gul Meter Chalu is a subject close to my heart. I know the problems the interiors of the country face thanks to the fluctuations of electricity,” says Singh. Also starring Yami Gautam and Divyenndu Sharma in pivotal roles and bankrolled by T-Series Films and Krti Pictures, the film is slated to release on September 21, 2018.

6.  Manto: September 21

Starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui as the acclaimed Urdu poet Saddat Hassan Manto, the Nandita Das directorial showcases the story of a poet who fought for his freedom of expression.

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It also features Rasika Dugal, Tahir Bhasin, Javed Akhtar, Rsihi Kapoor, Divya Datta, Paresh Rawal, Chandan Roy Sanyal and Rajashri Deshpande amongst others. The film was screened at Cannes Film Festival and Toronto International Film Festival.

7. Sui Dhaaga: September 28

Varun Dhawan and Anushka Sharma’s Sui Dhaaga will be out in cinemas on September 28. The official description of the film reads, “Sui Dhaaga – Made in India is a heartwarming story of pride and self-reliance, which finds its roots in the heart of India and reflects the passion that runs through the veins of every single Indian.”

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Anushka plays an embroiderer, Varun has taken up the role of a tailor in this Sharat Katariya directorial. The music of the film has been composed by Anu Malik.

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