Gang leader Frank is of course
not very happy and tries everything to jog Simon’s memory but nothing
When all else fails he hires
the services of a hypnotherapist to solve this problem.
As she goes deeper into the
abyss of his mind where many secrets have been locked over time, she
realises that she has got herself into more than just a hypnotic
Ek Thi Daayan (once there was
a witch) is the second new film at the NYALI CINEMAX that is also on
it’s worldwide release.
India’s top-notch magician
Bobo is in trouble.
Despite having success at his
fingertips, his life is in shambles.
Constant hallucinations are
making his life miserable and he is forced to seek psychiatric help.
Through regression hypnosis
(again ??) the reality comes out that there was an evil power that
destroyed his family when he was a child and the same daayan has come
back to finish what she started.
Now that he knows the truth,
Bobo decides to put all this past him and move on with his life.
That is until the irresistible
Lisa Dutt enters his life.
He is so sure that she is the
daayan and will ruin him and does everything in his power to get her out
of his life, but is she really or is all this a figment of his
Emraan Hashmi, Konkona Sen
Sharma, Kalki Koechlin and Huma Qureshi star in this Kannan Iyer
direction that has been produced by Ekta Kapoor and Vishal Bhardwaj.
Arnie boy is back again after
a long break where he tried his hand at being the Governor of California
and was actually voted in for two terms.
Schwarzenegger can be seen
with Forest Whitaker and Johnny Knoxville in the action thriller
Last Stand which opens at the NYALI CINEMAX this week.
Sheriff Ray Owens lives in the
small town of Sommerton Junction where the crime rate is almost zero.
He has banished himself to
this life after his actions messed up an operation while he was a
leading officer in the Los Angeles Police drugs Department.
All that changes when a
notorious drug dealer Gabriel Cortez escapes from an FBI convoy that is
transporting him and escapes into Sommerton Junction.
Dwayne Johnson, Channing Tatum
and Bruce Willis are still kicking butt in two and three dimension in
An heart-wrenching true story
about the 2004 Tsunami is relived on the big screen with the Spanish
production in English language, The Impossible which stars Ewan McGregor
and Naomi Watts.
Vidyut Jamwal and Pooja Chopra
are still galavanting around the forests to escape the local mafia.