'Hawaizaada', 'Khamoshiyan', 'Rahasya' and 'Baby'
'Hawaizaada', 'Khamoshiyan', 'Rahasya' and 'Baby'Collage of photos taken from Facebook pages

New Bollywood movies "Hawaizaada", "Khamoshiyan" and "Rahasya", which are scheduled to release in theatres on 30 January, are all set to take a toll on the business of "Baby" at the box office.

Written and directed by Vibhu Puri, "Hawaaizaada" stars Ayushmann Khurrana, Mithun Chakraborty and Pallavi Sharda in lead roles. Set in Mumbai in 1895, the movie is based on the life of scientist Shivkar Bapuji Talpade, who is credited with the construction of India's first unmanned plane.

"Khamoshiyan" written by Vikram Bhatt and directed by Karan Darra is an erotic love triangle revolving around a writer adrift on the icy slopes of Kashmir where he discovers a woman with a strange, silent past. The film has created a lot of positive buzz because it marks the acting debut of popular TV actor Gurmeet Choudhary. Ali Fazal and Sapna Pabbi are also playing principal roles.

"Rahasya" is another much-talked about movie and the reason behind the hype is that it is inspired by Aarushi murder case. Directed by Manish Gupta, the film features Kay Kay Menon, Tisca Chopra, Ashish Vidyarthi, Mita Vashisht and Ashwini Kalsekar in the lead roles.

"Hawaizaada", "Khamoshiyan" and "Rahasya" are all much-awaited Bollywood movies and they have had massive promotions before their theatrical release. They belong to three different genres and have fresh and interesting storylines. Each of them boasts of several exciting elements. Their music and promos have already impressed the viewers, who are eagerly waiting for their release.

"Hawaizaada", "Khamoshiyan" and "Rahasya" are releasing in a large number of theatres across the globe. They are sure to snatch a huge chunk of screen count from "Baby", which was released in a record number of cinema halls in the first week. Trade experts predict that besides clashing among themselves, they will also affect the Akshay Kumar starrer, which has raked in good collection in its opening week.

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