‘Bang Bang’ Review: To release in 4500 screens worldwide on Oct 2

One of the most anticipated Bollywood releases of the year “Bang Bang” starring Hrithik Roshan and Katrina Kaif is all set for a massive release in more than 4,500 screens in 50 countries on October 2, 2014.

Directed and conceived by Siddharth Anand, “Bang Bang” is an action thriller that is a loose remake of Hollywood movie “Knight and Day” starring Tom Cruise.

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“Bang Bang” has been produced by Fox Star Studios and will see a wide release in multiple countries on the same day.

CEO of Fox Star Studio, Vijay Singh, was quoted in a statement released by the production company on the same, “On Oct 2 Bang Bang will see the widest release ever for a Bollywood film across the world.

“Over 4,500 screens across 50 countries, with record breaking no of screens in the US, UK and the Middle East.”

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The movie has been creating a lot of buzz in the social media and masses alike, with many admirers claiming the chemistry between the lead pair to be sizzling.

Hrithik Roshan and Katrina Kaif have paired together for the second time after their last hit outing “Zindagi Milegi Na Dobara”.

The screen count of “Bang Bang” is only going to add to the buzz and the movie is expected to have a loud and huge opening!”

Along with “Bang Bang”, Shahid Kapoor starrer “Haider” helmed by Vishal Bharadwaj is also releasing on the same day.

The box office collections of “Bang Bang” is expected to be better for mass appeal, while the collections of “Haider” will be more on the classes and multiplexes.

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Koimoi.com wrote on the music review: “The Bang Bang album is highly conventional. Composers Vishal-Shekhar give us five tracks that lack novelty and reek of their previous compositions.

Banking on their best skills and amazing vocalists, the songs are worth a hearing but lack the quality to make a lasting impression.

This album is a classic case of ‘out of sight, out of mind’ and will wear out as soon as the film’s buzz is over.

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