2014 may have been more of a series of hits and misses, but according to the intel we’ve gathered, Bollywood has got some grand things planned for 2015! Here are seven Bollywood movies that you definitely need to watch out for in the coming year:

Seven Bollywood movies that you definitely need to watch out for in the coming year

 

Bajirao Mastani

Between Ranveer Singh shaving off his mane and Priyanka Chopra fainting on sets after delivering four page monologues, this period romance has made a splash even before the first trailer is out and justifiably so!

Bajirao Mastani

Bombay Velvet

With Anurag Kashyap at the helm and Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma & Karan Johar onboard, all the delays that this neo-noir film has suffered seem worth the wait – Originally slated to hit cinemas in December, Ranbir Kapoor fans now have until May next year to wait to sink their teeth into this saga about a boxer & an aspiring jazz singer.

Bombay Velvet

Dil Dhadakne Do 

A dysfunctional Punjabi family setting sail on a plush cruise with the supremely talented Ranveer Singh, PeeCee, Anushka Sharma, Anil Kapoor & Farhan Akhatr onboard? Consider us hooked!

Dil Dhadakne Do

Badlapur

The very fact that Varun Dhawan has bidden adieu to the hackneyed chocolate boy image for this action drama is enough to make us forgive the obvious Gerard Butler reference in the poster.

Badlapur

Prem Ratan Dhan Payo

With a three month advance booking already lined up, we’re guessing that this Salman Khan starrer will finally help Sonam erase all the bad karma from Bewakoofiyan.

Prem Ratan Dhan Payo

Roy

After going through major changes in the casting department, the romantic action thriller is finally on the road and with a star billing of Ranbir Kapoor, Arjun Rampal & Jacqueline Fernandez, we sense great things to come.

Roy

 

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It has been nine long years since this comedy hit our screens, but if the star cast (Salman Khan and well, some more Salman Khan) is anything to go by, we guess Anees Bazmee has booked himself a spot in the box office hall of fame already.

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