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&Pictures to air Bollywood & Hollywood double bill in ‘Fusion Flicks’
MUMBAI: Giving audiences a double bill of Hollywood and Bollywood films this festive season, Hindi movie channel &Pictures is set to launch a film festival called ‘Fusion Flicks’. The film fest will run from 2 to 13 November, starting at 8 pm.
Each Hollywood movie aired as part of the film fest will be followed by a Bollywood film.
With an array of genres from comedy, romantic, action to thriller, &Pictures will kick-start the fest with horror flick ‘Thirteen Ghosts’ on 2 November at 8 pm, which will be followed by Hindi comedy ‘All the Best’.
The line-up also includes films like ‘Khoobsurat’, which will be followed by action comedy ‘Men in Black II’.
On 4 November, the channel will showcase the action thriller ‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon’ and Akshay Kumar’s ‘Desi Boyz’ back to back.
Disaster flick ‘2012’ will be showcased on 5 November, followed by ‘Namastey London’.
&Pictures will air ‘Race 2’ on 6 November, followed by ‘Die Another Day’. Next in line is the comedy ‘Dhamaal’ on 9 November and after that the channel will telecast ‘Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol’.
Adding to the entertainment on 10 November, Nicholas Cage’s ‘Ghost Rider’ will be tailed by Emran Hashmi’s ‘Raja Natwarlal’. Next in line is ‘Phata Poster Nikla Hero’, to be followed by the Hollywood flick ‘Godzilla’ on 11 November.
Thrilling zombie film ‘World War Z’ starring Brad Pitt will be showcased followed by ‘Commando: A One-Man Army’ on 12 November.
To conclude the festival, the channel will present the romantic dance film ‘ABCD’ with some serious Bond action ‘Casino Royale’.