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Latest New Hindi Film 2013

2013 marked the completion of 100 years of Bollywood.[1] It witnessed the release of multiple big-budget films in Bollywood including a number of sequels and quasi-sequels lined up. Some of the notable sequels were: Aashiqui 2, Dhoom 3, Grand Masti, Krrish 3, Murder 3, Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai 2, Race 2, Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster Returns, Satya 2, Shootout at Wadala and Yamla Pagla Deewana 2.[2][3]

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The first look was released on 22 March 2013, and was well received by critics and audiences.[20] Unlike other films whose theatrical trailers are released first, the makers of the film chose to release the songs before the trailer.[21] The first song, "Tum Hi Ho", was released on 16 March 2013 to unanimous critical reception from critics and became very popular among the audiences. The song became an instant hit with approximately 2 million views on YouTube within 10 days of release, which helped in the marketing of the film.[22] It has been trending on Twitter and YouTube since its launch.[23]

The film's preview poster showing Aditya and Shraddha under a jacket in a rain-drenched street with the streetlight casting a glow was released along with music on 3 April 2013.[24][25] At the music release event, Aditya and Shraddha recreated the scene from Aashiqui from under a jacket (much like the poster) on the stage.[24] The theatrical trailer was released in mid-April 2013, two weeks before the film's release, and was well received by critics and audiences.[21][26]

Due to the romantic theme of the film, it was originally planned for a Valentine's day release on 14 February 2013, but this was postponed because of production delays.[29][30] The film was released[31] on 26 April 2013 in over 1100 screens across India.[32][33] The film was not released in key markets such as UK, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.[34]

After main casting announcements, filming was substantially delayed; the reason was speculated to be composer A. R. Rahman's music being denied outright by the film director.[18] Filming officially began in Varanasi, India in early September 2012 and continued for 40 days in and around the city. As per reports, the leading duo were also seen playing the role of 17-year-old teenagers.[19] In mid-September 2012, the schedule of filming was put on hold as actor Dhanush fell ill on the sets in Varanasi.[20] While filming in October 2012, the actor injured his shoulder during the filming of an action sequence for his Tamil outing Maryan. The consequences led to the scheduled shooting of dance sequences to be postponed and were shot in Varanasi on 19 December 2012.[21][22] On 4 November 2012, Sonam Kapoor and Abhay Deol shot the song "Tu Mun Shudi" at India Gate, Delhi,[23] and their dialogue scenes were shot at the Indian Institute of Mass Communication campus in Delhi by early December 2012. Permission to shoot inside was denied to the director by the college authorities. So, the unit shot some scenes in Amity International School, Noida. To avoid footage leaks, over a hundred potential crew members were made present at the filming venue. Certain filming was also done in Gurgaon and Faridabad.[24] The title track of the film was shot on 27 December 2012.[4] The final schedule of filming began in Delhi on 7 January 2013.[25] In March 2013, the film's crew shot several scenes at the Pataudi Palace in Haryana over two days.[26]After the completion of writing work, Actress Sonam Kapoor required the dialogue in Devnagri, hence "Sanjay Bhardwaj" (Dev) appointed to do the said job for her.

The music and the background score for the film was composed by A. R. Rahman. The soundtrack's original version has lyrics penned by Irshad Kamil whereas the Tamil version by Vairamuthu. In an interview with Hindustan Times, Rahman stated that he had emphasised the folk-classical genre as the film brings out a fascination for Benaras through the music[27] and hence, most of the songs are character-driven. In all, the soundtrack album has nine original tracks.[28] The original version of the soundtrack was released on the co-branded record labels Sony Music and Eros Music[29] on 27 May 2013 and the Tamil version on 17 June 2013.

On 10 May 2013, a grand event was held at a set resembling Varanasi at Film City in Goregaon, Mumbai. The lead actors made their entry riding a chariot and performed the title track of the film. The producer stated that the event was promoted in Banarasi style so as to represent the essence of the film and its setting.[30] The film's music was promoted at the Radio Mirchi Studios in Mumbai on 27 May 2013.[31] Dressed in typical South Indian attire, Dhanush and Sonam Kapoor promoted the Tamil version, Ambikapathy in Chennai. The leading duo also promoted the film in Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Lucknow and Jaipur from mid-May to June 2013.[32]

Actor Ram Charan has opened up on not featuring in any Hindi films after Zanjeer, released in 2013. In a new interview, he also spoke that picking the right film is of 'utmost importance'. He added that 'when an opportunity comes', he will do any film.

In the early hours of June 17, 2013 a flash flood came down upon the overflowing banks of the Chorabari lake in Uttarakhand. Carrying huge amounts of silt and rocks, it destroyed lives, houses and everything else that came its way. Five years later, film maker Abhishek Kapoor is out with a film that tells the story of the devastating flood that left Uttarakhand in shreds. Kedarnath, starring actors Sushant Singh Rajput and Sara Ali Khan, is a romantic drama set in the backdrop of the 2013 floods. The story revolves around a wealthy Hindu girl who is on pilgrimage at the Kedarnath temple, considered to be one of the sites at the Chhota char dham Hindu pilgrimage in the northern Himalayas, and a Muslim guide.

Salman Khan is currently Box Office King of Bollywood which can be judged by the fact that his 15 movies have made it to the 100 crore club. If we look at latest sensational blockbuster Pathaan, Salman has cameo in this film.

These movies mentioned in the above table features Salman Khan in the lead role. Apart from these movies he had a special appearance in the films like Dhaai Akshar Prem Ke (2000), Love at Times Square (2003), Stumped (2003), Om Shanti Om (2007), Hello (2008), Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani (2009), Prem Kaa Game (2010), Isi Life Mein (2010), Tell Me O Kkhuda (2011), Son of Sardaar (2012), Ishkq in Paris (2013), Phata Poster Nikhla Hero (2013), O Teri (2014), Lai Bhaari (2014), Being Bhaijaan (2014), Dr. Cabbie (2014), Pathaan (2023).


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