Kangana Ranuat’s Dhaakad V/S Kartik Aarayan’s Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 V/S The Bad Gyus V/S Chitrakut
Kangana Ranaut’s Dhaakad will hit the screens with several other movies today May 20. With Kangana in the lead role, the movie is said to be a game-changer in the action genre. Seeing the various promos of the movie released earlier, it can be said that Kangana had trained harder for the lead role. But the box office performance of the movie will depend on many factors including storytelling in comparison to others.
• Dhaakad and Bhool Bhuliayaa 2 are releasing today
• Kangana Ranaut’s Dhaakad is an action movie with a female in the lead role
• A sequel to a 2007 movie starring Akshay Kumar, Bhool Bhuliayaa 2 is a horror comedy
• Dhaakad will be in direct competition with Bhool Bhuliayya 2
Bhool Bhuliayya 2
Ruhaan (Kartik Aaryan) and Reet (Kiara) are strangers but destined to meet. After meeting, they move to Reet’s hometown in Rajasthan. There they come across an old secret and to hide that secret they start telling lies. And soon starts a horrible tragedy of errors that becomes a family entertainer. Since the movie has elements of family entertainment, it has more chances of attracting viewers.
Rudraveer (Arjun Rampal) is an international human and arms trafficker. The government appoints Agent Agni (Kangana) to locate and eliminate Rudraveer who has been off the radar for 10 years. Agent Agni is a highly trained and deadly field agent but would she be able to eliminate Rudraveer is all the story is about.
The Bad Guys
Professor Marmalade, an arrogant guinea pig, inspires The Bad Guys that they are transformed and they set out to fool the world. But Mr. Wolf has a silver heart. He seriously thinks about doing good to become acceptable to others. Also, he has always secretly longed for it. And Mr. Wolf gets the opportunity when a new villain threatens the city. But would he be able to persuade The Bad Guys to become good guys?
A directorial debut of Tum Bin fame actor Himanshu Malik, the movie is a story about love and relationship in a modern society with the city as a character.