This year has been a great year for Bollywood and with an even more exciting list of films listed for next year, we are eager for 2016 to come.
The reason behind this is 2016 will be the year of biggies. Yes, from Hrithik to SRK to Salman Khan to Aamir Khan, everyone will battle to become the king of box office.
Let's take a look at most awaited Bollywood films of 2016.
Airlift is the story of Indians stranded in Kuwait during an Iraqi invasion. The film follows the story of how they, with the help of Ranjit Katyal, managed to survive the situation, and against all odds traveled a thousand kilometers across the border into Amman, Jordan.
It is a high-octane action drama film which stars Ajay Devgn in the lead role along with Sayesha Saigal, grand niece of legendary actor Dilip Kumar and Saira Banu. Ajay Devgn will be seen doing some high flying action sequences in the film.
It is an upcoming historical, adventure-romance film directed by Ashutosh Gowariker. It is a period adventure and love story set during the Indus Valley Civilization.
SRK will play Raees, a Gujarati don who has an illegal alcohol business. The teaser of the film has received terrific response from audience. Directed by Rahul Dholakia, the film also stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui who plays a tough policeman and Pakistani actress Mahira Khan in the lead role.
Dangal is inspired by the real life story of former wrestler Mahavir Phogat, who trains his two daughters in wrestling in an orthodox village of Haryana. The two daughters go ahead and make India proud as they win medals at the world wrestling championship. Aamir Khan plays the wrestler (Mahavir Phogat) and for playing this role he had to gain more than 20 kgs.
Salman Khan play the role of Kesari Sultan, a wrestler from Haryana. The first intense look of Salman from the film broke the internet. The film has been in the news as it will clash with Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees.
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So tell us which are your most awaited Bollywood movies of 2016. You can choose up to 4 films.
Voting is open till 12 January. (The time is extended after requests).