Bipasha movies to watch out for in 2014

Bipasha Basu's first release of the year is Vikram Bhatt's 'Creature 3D'. This is the only Bollywood horror movie for this year announced till date - and who should be perfect for Vikram Bhatt's project but the actress with who he has made his first horror 'Raaz'? Slated for a May 30 release, Bipasha will be seen alongside Pakistani actor Imran Abbas in what is touted to be India's first ever monster movie at par with the likes of 'Predator' and 'Jurassic Park'

Do not confuse this one with the sequel to the 2007 Anees Bazmee movie 'Welcome' titled 'Welcome Back' (starring former boyfriend John Abraham). 'Most Welcome 2' is actually a Bangladeshi action film, a sequel to the 2012 movie 'Most Welcome' which incidentally starred Sneha Ullal! Directed by Ananta Jalil and Clive Curtis, this movie will have Bipasha Basu doing what she does best - an item number.

 A sequel to the 2005 comedy movie 'No Entry', 'No Entry Mein Entry' will have the original star cast of Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor and Fardeen Khan, reportedly playing double roles. If rumors are to be believed, 10 actresses will be cast in this sequel - including Bipasha Basu and possibly Elli Avram.Bipasha Basu has a busy year ahead, and we for one cannot wait to see more of the bombshell soon!

One of the most awaited movies of this year is the Hrithik Roshan-Katrina Kaif starrer 'Bang Bang' which is going to release onOctober 2. Bipasha Basu plays a supporting role in this action thriller about a girl who gets mixed up with an Indian spy when he drops a device in her bag and she becomes a wanted person in the process. This Siddharth Anand movie will also star Danny Denzogpa and Javed Jaffrey.

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23 June 2014 at 21:33

good post boss i like bipasha very much

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