Nagesh Releasing a film is Hard

October 14 to avoid losing out to a commercial film. He admits that making the film was smoother than finally releasing it.

"In my entire career, I never had to work so hard to release a film because this time, promotion and marketing budgets have gone out of control," says Kukunoor, who has made films like Hyderabad Blues(1998), Iqbal(2005) and Dor (2006).

However, he insists his Ayesha Takia-Rannvijay Singh starrer wasn't postponed. "It's important to make sure the film is slotted in the best possible way," he says, adding, "We were talking to all theatre owners and distributors about the number of shows in each and every corner of the country. In Nizam territory (Hyderabad) for example, Mahesh Babu, who is massive in the Telegu industry, had a film releasing on October 7. So the theatre owners begged us to bring the film on October 14, so that he could give us decent shows."

Like any other filmmaker, Kukunoor is banking on the first three days of release to make his film a success. "If in the first three days, you don't get premium shows like the evening slots, then it's literally better if you don't release it," he says.

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Jannat Movie By Hindustan Times

As soon as filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt announced on Twitter that the shooting of Emraan Hashmi-Esha Gupta starrer Jannat 2 has commenced in Delhi, fans discovered the shooting location and thronged the venue creating a stampede-like situation. If sources are to be believed, police resorted to lathi charge to control the mob.

Mahesh BhattKunal Deshmukh, the director of the film, too thinks that the crowd creates problem while shooting. “Delhi is a beautiful city to shoot in as it has a character of its own. The culture and history of this city adds to the shooting experience. The only hindrance would be the maddening crowd that gathers at the film shoot,” says Deshmukh, who made his directing debut with Jannat in 2008. He adds, “It is completely set in Delhi and revolves around gun culture in North India.”

Emraan Hashmi will again play the lead in the sequel while Esha has replaced Sonal Chauhan as the female lead. Other prominent cast members include Randeep Hooda and theatre actor Imran Zahid, who is making his debut in the movie as a cop.

The films tells the story of a man who wants to make it big in life. The team started shooting on Oct 8 and will be here for a month, shooting in Old and Central Delhi.

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Real Steel is a 2011 American Science Fiction Action Film

In 2020, humans have been replaced by robots in boxing. Charlie Kenton (Hugh Jackman) is a former boxer who attempts to get money in illegal boxing matches between robots to pay his debts to loan sharks. During a fight, Charlie's robot, Ambush, is destroyed by Black Thunder, a bull belonging to Ricky (Kevin Durand). Having made a bet that Ambush would win, Charlie now owes Ricky $20,000, which he doesn't pay before leaving.

Charlie is informed his ex-girlfriend has died, and he has to attend a meeting to decide the fate of his preteen son Max (Dakota Goyo). Max's aunt Debra (Hope Davis) and uncle Marvin (James Rebhorn) want full custody, and Charlie gives it to them in exchange for $100,000 from Marvin, $50,000 of it in advance, on the condition that Charlie takes care of Max for three months, while Marvin and Debra are away on a second honeymoon.

Charlie and Max meet with Charlie's friend Bailey Tallet (Evangeline Lilly), who runs the boxing gym of her deceased father, Charlie's old coach. There, Charlie buys a secondhand WRB league robot, the once-famous Noisy Boy, and arranges for it to fight the illegal circuit's champion, Midas, at a venue belonging to his friend Finn (Anthony Mackie). Partly due to his inexperience with Noisy Boy's combinations, Charlie ends up losing control of Noisy Boy and Midas destroys it.

Charlie breaks into a junkyard with Max to steal scraps that he can use to put a new robot together. There, Max falls over a ledge, where he is saved from doom after being snagged by a lodged and buried robot arm. After Charlie pulls him back up, Max uncovers the entire robot, called Atom. On Max's insistence, Charlie takes it back to Bailey's gym, where they discover Atom is an obsolete Generation-2 sparring bot built in 2014. Atom has been designed to sustain massive damage, but is unable to deal out much damage itself. Max convinces Charlie to get Atom a fight, and upgrades it to take vocal commands using spare parts from Noisy Boy and Ambush.

Charlie and Max take Atom to fight an unsanctioned outdoor match against a robot called Metro, and Atom wins, earning back some of Charlie's money. Atom's string of subsequent wins and high speed humanoid boxing maneuvers which are rarely seen from a robot, attracts the attention of a promoter from the World Robot Boxing league (WRB), who offers Atom a professional fight against a robot called Twin Cities. Charlie accepts, and Atom wins again, thanks to Charlie's knowledge of boxing, which allows him to locate a design flaw in Twin Cities. Taking advantage of Atom's subsequent novelty attention, Max challenges WRB champion Zeus, designed by arrogant genius Tak Mashido (Karl Yune) and sponsored by rich Russian Farra Lemcova (Olga Fonda), who accepts, but first tries to buy the upstart Atom.

As they leave the Twin Cities fight, Charlie is attacked by Ricky and his men, who beat him severely, assault Max and steal their money. Feeling guilty, Charlie returns Max to his aunt and uncle so they can protect him, but Bailey convinces him he can be a better father to Max. Debra allows him one more chance, and Charlie takes Max to the Zeus-Atom match. Zeus severely damages Atom — while also getting injured, a first for Zeus. In addition, by the end of the first round, Ricky ends up being led away by Finn and some of his men to pay up and presumably beat him up (earlier, he bet $100,000 that Atom wouldn't last the first round). In the last round of the five-round match, Atom's vocal receptors are damaged, and Atom must fight in shadow-boxing mode, copying Charlie's moves from the aisle. Zeus, now controlled manually by a very furious Tak Mashido, expends energy on pummeling the defensive Atom. After Zeus runs very low on power, Atom begins to heavily damage Zeus, even knocking the seemingly invincible champion down once, but doesn't win before the round ends, and the judges declare a winner on points. They favor Zeus, but his reputation is tarnished, and Atom has become famous as "The People's Champion".

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