You’ve fasted all month, and this weekend, Ramadan comes to an end. You deserve to treat yourself! After you celebrate Eid al-Fitr with family and friends, feast your eyes on exciting new Indian Cinema films, playing at an AMC theatre near you. Learn more and get your tickets.
You don’t need enemies when you have a family. Welcome back to the RACE! In his first antagonistic role, Bollywood heartthrob Salman Khan stars in RACE 3, produced by his studio, Salman Khan Films, and Ramesh Taurani. Anil Kapoor, who has been in all three RACE films, is also featured.
When patriarch Shamsher (Kapoor) entrusts Sikandar (Khan) with a high-stakes heist and the family for support, everyone’s true character is revealed — and they are ruthless and vindictive to the core. In top gear from beginning to end, RACE 3 rushes toward an explosive collision of betrayals, fast guns, fast cars and sleek action never before seen on the Indian Cinema screen.
Aditya Pancholi, Jacqueline Fernandez and Rajesh Khattar, who all appeared in RACE 2, return to RACE 3 playing different characters.
The Hindi-language film, which releases today, has already gone viral because of one quote in particular. Daisy Shah, who plays the sizzling Sanjana, says in the trailer, “Our business is our business, not your business.” Though the line has sparked a lot of laughs and memes online, Shah has met the attention with a smile. But fans might want to back off — she did train in kick boxing, martial arts and aerial aerobics for the film.
Don’t wait. Hurry to get your tickets to RACE 3 at AMC today.
Superstar Rajinikanth reunites with director Pa. Ranjith for KAALA — and this time, the duo has found their stride. Times of India rated the new Tamil-language crime-drama 3.5 out of 5 stars.
Rajinikanth leads as Karikaalan, also known as Kaala, who, as a child, ran away from Tirunelveli to Mumbai. Now he is the don of the Dharavi slums and fighting for the lives of oppressed Tamils in Mumbai.
It comes as no surprise Ranjith, the Spike Lee of the Tamil film industry, combined entertainment with relevant social commentary in KAALA. Mumbai’s poor still suffer from cruel gentrification practices. The film also tackles other social issues, such as discrimination based on skin color and India’s prevalent religious problems. Though subject matter like this often goes hand in hand with violence, there is also romance in the storyline and a message of hope for the underprivileged.
Get your tickets to KAALA at AMC today.