Here’s why you should watch all three movies releasing this weekend.

Three movies featuring great actors are releasing this friday and it will definitely be difficult for us to pick one. Two Bollywood movies featuring talented actors are up, one is Raabta starring Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon and the other is Behen Hogi Teri which is not so much hyped and talked about but it stars Rajkummar Rao with Shruti Hassan. The Hollywood movie releasing this weekend is The Mummy starring the man who never fails to win our hearts, Tom Cruise. This movie is special because we have been watching the mummy series since we were a kid and we can’t deny the fact that even though this is the 14th film of the series, we will still go to theaters to watch it.


Well, we’ve got few reasons for you to watch all three movies this weekend, yes! Because, Is there anything better to do?





The trailer gave us some serious goals for watching this one because of the looks of Sushant and Kriti shown in an entirely different era.


And then the song came out. The song that made our screens burn and made us fall in love with Deepika like never before.



The chemistry between Kriti and Sushant is just way too hot + adorable. You know what I’m talking about if you have watched the songs from the movie. If not, here they are-






Apart from all these reasons, you will get to see Rajkummar Rao in the role of 324 YO man and you won’t believe it’s him.





The Mummy

The Mummy is one of those movies we have spent our childhood watching and now when one more part of the movie is coming out with Tom Cruise in the lead role, this can be the only reason to watch this one and I know you agree.

The trailer gave us goosebumps and The Mummy always does.



Intriguing, isn’t it



Behen Hogi Teri

This one’s a romantic comedy starring Rajkummar Rao and Shruti Hassan. So, we are assured that the we will not be disappointed on the acting part at all and since it is romcom, it will be a light hearted movie that you can enjoy on a weekend with your family.

It revolves around a major “issue” around the country which is apparently a pledge called India is my country and all Indians are my brothers & sisters. (ringing any bells?)

Here’s the trailer-


And when a song like this is in the movie, I bet you won’t like to miss the movie.



I guess these reasons are more than enough for you to sort your weekend plans and watch all three of them, maybe.

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