Bollywood movie releases November 7 2014

Bollywood movie releases November 7 2014 are The Shaukeens, A Decent Arrangement and Rang Rasiya.

 The Shaukeens

Directed by: Abhishek Sharma.

Produced by : Ashvin Varde , Murad Khetani

And Akshay Kumar

Cast: Anupam Kher, Annu Kapoor, Piyush Mishra, Lisa Haydon and Akshay Kumar


The film, which is a remake of Basu Chatterjee’s 1982 classic comedy film Shaukeen has three Shaukeens, who are played by the lead: Annu Kapoor, Anupam Kher and Piyush Mishra. While one Shaukeen is unhappily married, the other is a widower and another is a love guru. Almost exclusively set in Mauritius, through the movie, the hilarious trio attempt to woo a gorgeous young girl, played by Lisa Haydon. Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar also appears, playing himself in a cameo.

Featured in the movie, Yo Yo Honey Singh’s songs, Alcoholic and Manali Trance have already been released and become hits.

A Decent Arrangement

a decent arrangement poster

Directed by: Sarovar Banka

Produced by : Sarovar Banka

Cast: Shabana Azmi, Shreya Sharma, Adam Laupus, Diksha Basu, Lethia Nall, Farid Currim, Navniit Nisshan and Vikram Kadapia,


A Decent Arrangement is a modern day dramady exploring ethnic identity and the impact on choices due to globalisation. The film follows a wandering Indian-American called Ashok Khosla. An aimless copywriter, he comes to India looking for what he thinks will be an emotionally uncomplicated arranged marriage.

Preeti, his cousin well-intentionally bosses him around and pushes him to meet several potential matches. Unfortunately for Ashok, there is too much of a cultural gap between these women and he cannot connect with them.

An American, Laurie is a woman travelling through India on a whim. A chance meeting between Ashok and her forces Ashok to think differently about his choices and situation.

Ashok meanwhile, is being paired up with Amita, an Indian woman. Traditional but modern in her own way, Ashok notices that her struggle is not so different from his own and finds his attraction to her growing.

As the movie progresses, we see Ashok growing closer to his Indian family. He begins to examine his situation as an Indian-American and thinks deeply about the logic of settling for this convenient arrangement–both individually as well as socially.

Ashok’s parents arrive to finalize details of his arranged marriage. This acts as a catalyst, setting certain events in motion, hence, forcing Ashok to make this important decision.


Rang Rasiya

rang rasiya poster

Directed by: Ketan Mehta

Produced by : Deepa Sahi and Aanand Mahendroo

Cast: Randeep Hooda, Nandana Sen, Triptha Parashar


A drama film based on the life of the 19th-century Indian painter Raja Ravi Varma, this film celebrates art and culture. It will see starrers Nandana Sen, Randeep Hooda and the newcomer Triptha Parashar

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