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Bombay Talkies - Cast

Rani Mukherjee as Gayatri
Randeep Hooda as Dev
Saqib Saleem as Avinash
Nawazuddin Siddiqui as Purandar
Sadashiv Amrapurkar
Ranvir Shorey
Naman Jain as Protagonist
Swati Das
Vineet Kumar Singh as Vijay
Sudhir Pandey as Vijay's Father
Katrina Kaif as Cameo Appearance
Amitabh Bachchan as Special Appearance
Amir Khan as Special Appearance
Madhuri Dixit as Special Appearance
Karisma Kapoor as Special Appearance
Akshay Kumar as Special Appearance
Juhi Chawla as Special Appearance
Saif Ali Khan as Special Appearance
Sridevi as Special Appearance
Priyanka Chopra as Special Appearance
Farhan Aktar as Special Appearance
Imran Khan as Special Appearance
Vidhya Balan as Special Appearance
Kareena Kapoor Khan as Special Appearance
Ranveer Singh as Special Appearance
Anil Kapoor as Special Appearance
Shahid Kapoor as Special Appearance
Sonam Kapoor as Special Appearance
Deepika Padukone as Special Appearance
Ranbir Kapoor as Special Appearance
Shah Rukh Khan as Special Appearance

HINDUSTAN TIMES: Bombay Talkies begins with a young man pushing his father against a wall and angrily declaring that he is a homosexual and not a eunuch. From that moment on, you know that this isn't going to be your regular Hindi movie. The anthology of four short films by Karan Johar, Dibakar Banerjee, Anurag Kashyap and Zoya Akhtar is a celebration of 100 years of Indian cinema. But this is no vacuous song-and-dance party. It's an evocative essay on our love affair with the movies. Read more

TIMES OF INDIA: Bombay Talkies (BT) celebrates Bollywood's centenary - by deconstructing Bollywood's formula. Loving families, skin-tight genders, glittering stardom and happy endings get tossed about by the four directors here. Does this work? Yes - and no.

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Salman Khan as Prem Choudhary
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Pervin Dastur
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Munna Michael - Cast

Tiger Shroff as Munna Michael
Siddharth Nigam as Teenage Munna
Nawazuddin Siddiqui as Mahinder Fauji
Nidhhi Agerwal as Dolly
Ronit Roy as Michael
Pankaj Tripathi as Balli
Anaika Soti as Nikki
Sudesh Lehri as Inspector Shinde

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