Bollywood: Boss at Ster-Kinekor

Fans of Bollywood movies are in for a treat this month, with the release of a new action comedy, Boss. The film launched at Ster-Kinekor The Zone@Rosebank in Johannesburg and Gateway in Durban on 18 October and will release at Ster-Kinekor Vincent Park on 25 October.

Boss follows the journey of Satyakant Shastri (Mithun Chakraborty), an honest teacher who hails from a small town in India. He lives for his 23-year-old son Shiv (Shiv Pandit), who he believes has grown up with the all the right principles and values.

Boss--BollywoodHowever, despite doing all the right things in his life, somehow Satyakant’s past continues to haunt him. This includes another son whom he disowned many years earlier. Satyakant has big dreams for his son and decides to send him to the city where he can embark on his career.

When his son struggles in the big city, his father has only one option. To try and help him, he is forced to reach out to his estranged older son, who is now well-known as Boss (Akshay Kumar), for help.

Boss is a one-man-army and a man everyone fears. When Satyakant reaches out to him for help, Boss drops everything and makes it his mission to help his father.

The film also stars Aditi Rao Hydari, Danny Denzongpa, Johny Lever, Parikshit Sahani, Ronit Roy, Sonakshi Sinha, Harry Josh and Prabhu Dheva.

Boss released at Ster-Kinekor The Zone@Rosebank in Johannesburg and Gateway in Durban on 18 October and releases at Ster-Kinekor Vincent Park on 25 October.

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About Naufal Khan

Naufal Khan was the Publisher at ADISHAKTI MEDIA and the editor-in-chief of the South African Indian news service Indian Spice. Khan was former Sunday Times journalist and also an occult fiction and non-fiction writer with several published titles.