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Bollywood sequels to look forward to in 2017
Shweta Kulkarni [ Tue, Feb 7, 2017 ]
  • Bollywood sequels to look forward to in 2017
    There is an engaging spread laid out for Bollywood buffs in 2017, and an equally exciting line-up of sequels from our favourite franchises to look forward to.

    What is perhaps most fascinating about the slate of sequels is that some of them have been eagerly awaited for years, some are coming after nearly two decades, and there are some that have been turned around in a short period.

    While one can't be certain if these sequels are going to be as great as their first instalments, with interesting casting and plotlines they do have the potential to be good- reason enough to get excited about them.

    So, without further ado, here are the top 5 sequels to look forward to in 2017.


  • Jolly LLB 2
    Bollywood sequels to look forward to in 2017
    A sequel to the power-packed black comedy of 2013, Jolly LLB 2 may not have retained its original star cast - Boman Irani and Arshad Warsi but this satirical courtroom drama has equally talented actors taking centre stage this time around too.

    While Saurabh Shukla is still an integral part of the script, the hero this time around is none other than the khiladi of Bollywood - Akshay Kumar and Annu Kapoor will be seen giving him a tough fight in the court.

    From whatever little we have seen in the promos, Jolly LLB 2 looks promising indeed. Moreover, it is reported that Arshad Warsi, who played the lead in the previous instalment will be seen in a cameo in this one too. Now doesn't this sound like one hell of a sequel?

  • Baahubali: The Conclusion
    Bollywood sequels to look forward to in 2017
    One can't refute the fact that this S. S. Rajamouli directorial is indeed the most awaited sequel ever. The first instalment of the film - Baahubali: The Beginning not only had impressed everyone but the climax of the film left the audience wondering why the hell did Katappa kill Baahubali?

    While the curiosity level to know the reason is at its peak, apparently the second part is also going to be grander.

    Looks like the wait for this one is going to be totally worth it.

  • Commando 2
    Bollywood sequels to look forward to in 2017
    While the prequel to this film received mixed reviews, it was its hero Vidyut Jammwal and his action sequences that won the audiences over.

    Commando 2 is packed with similar high-octane action sequences and, of course, a delightfully ripped - Vidyut.

    Action addicts definitely can't miss it.


  • Judwaa 2
    Bollywood sequels to look forward to in 2017
    Now this one has got us excited like never before. After all, the crazy 1997 comedy, starring Salman Khan still has the potential to make us fall off our chair with laughter.

    So, obviously, we can't wait to see what director David Dhawan has to offer in this revived version of the film.

    All we know is that Varun Dhawan will be playing a double role and shall be seen romancing Jacqueline Fernandez and Taapsee Pannu. Interesting casting must say.

  • Tiger Zinda Hai
    Bollywood sequels to look forward to in 2017
    The sequel to Yash Raj Film's 2012 hit - Ek Tha Tiger has been awaited for more than one reasons. Firstly, not only does the film promises to take the story forward from where it had left, but it also brings ex-lovers - Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif together on the silver screen again.

    However, one thing that is changing with this one is the man behind the camera. While Ek Tha Tiger was directed by Kabir Khan, Tiger Zinda Hai will be helmed by Sultan director - Ali Abbas Zafar.


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