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July 19 Bollywood movie releases : D-Day and Ramaiya Vastavaiya

Mumbai, July 17 (): Bollywood releases for this Friday, July 19 are – D-Day and Ramaiya Vastavaiya. ‘D-Day’ is an intense action film, while ‘Ramaiya Vastavaiya’ mixes romance and comedy.

Both movies feature Shruthi Haasan in the cast, which is a rare incidence in Bollywood by any standards. Shruti Haasan is playing a role of an ordinary village girl in Ramaiya Vastavaiya and a prostitute in D-Day.

Ramaiya Vastavaiya

Ramaiya Vastavaiya is a musical romance movie and a remake of Prabhu Deva’s directorial debut Telugu blockbuster Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana. Directed by Prabhu Deva, the movie introduces Girish Kumar, son of producer Kumar Taurani and Shruti Haasan plays the lead lady opposite Girish.

The story is based on a young man (played by Girish Kumar) who falls in love with Shruti Haasan, who lives on the fields of Punjab. He follows her to her farm, where her elder brother (Sonu Sood) challenges him to produce more seeds on their fields. If he wins, he will be allowed to marry her.

Ramaiya Vastavaiya was also remade into Tamil with the title Something Something… Unakkum Enakkum and also in Bengali which was called I Love You; all of them were super hits in their respective regions.


Directed by Nikhil Advani, D-Day is an Indian crime-thriller starring Arjun Rampal, Shruti Haasan, Irrfan Khan and Huma Qureshi in pivotal roles.

D-Day is the story of four modest protagonists, all with varying background stories and a common mission that brings them together on foreign soil to execute one such mission.

The story follows as Wali Khan (Irrfan Khan), who is a RAW mole in Pakistan, is tasked with gathering information on the Most Wanted Man in India, Dawood Ibrahim.

Nine years later, a commando from the Indian Army called Rudra Pratap Singh (Arjun Rampal) and an explosives expert Zoya Rehman (Huma Qureshi) infiltrate into Pakistan to help Wali Khan in his mission.

With both films in different genres releasing on the same day, let us see on Friday how they are going to be received by the audience.