Monday, December 12, 2011

Top 10 Bollywood Movies 2012

"Bodyguard" -

Earning Rs.22 crore on the first day.

Although the story of the film, directed by Siddique, didn't have much to say, the music as well as the action sequences worked in its favour.

Salman's signature dialogue - "Mujh par ek ehsaan karna ki mujh par koi ehsaan na karna" - once again struck a chord with fans.

"Ra. One" -

One sci-fi thriller and profitable venture also.

World class VFX, amazing graphics, innovative marketing, tie-ups with multiple brands

Another highlight of the film was its music, especially the song "Chamak challo" sung by international rapper Akon.

Her sensuous look shocked, her itsy-bitsy clothes astonished and her double meaning dialogues left audiences gasping for breath, but all this nothwithstanding, Vidya Balan swept both the classes and the masses off their feet with her bold avatar in Ekta Kapoor's "The Dirty Picture".

"Ready" -

Romantic Comedy Movie, shot in exotic locales of Thailand, director Anees Bazmee's drama about mistaken identity saw Salman romancing Asin Thottumkal amid all the hotch-potch in their lives, thanks to their onscreen relatives.

"Zindagi Milengi Na Doobra" -

Focussing on three bachelors dealing with their friendship and romance, the well-scripted film, with a resemblance to real life episodes, was supported by beautiful performances by the talented cast - Hrtihik Roshan, Abhay Deol, Farhan Akhtar, with Kalki Koechlin and Katrina Kaif as their love interests.

Kudos to director Zoya Akhtar for bringing liveliness, happiness and joyfulness with such deftness on screen through an adventurous road film mostly based in Spain.

"Singham" -

Based on the "good wins over evil" theme, the actioner takes a dig at the corruption within the police department through two main characters - honest cop Ajay Devgn and Prakash Raj as a corrupt politician.

Director Rohit Shetty's film also marked southern actress Kajal Aggarwal's debut in Bollywood.

"Rockstar" -

Ranbir Kapoor proved that again by stepping into the shoes of a musician.

The film appealed despite a faulty script, which had too many loose ends.

In short, it was Ranbir's film, which launched American Pakistani model in the Bollywood business.

Other high points of the movie were A.R. Rahman's music and Mohit Chauhan's singing.

"Mere Brother Ki Dulhan" -

Thanks to Imran Khan, Katrina Kaif and Pakistani singer-actor Ali Zaffar's tangled love story woven against the backdrop a wedding, the romantic comedy managed to pull the crowds.

It got mixed reviews, but managed to enter the top grosser list of the year.

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