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November is here and October has not been very awe-inspiring in terms of a great watch at the box office, barring ‘Golmaal Returns’! While the fate of any movie is only known post its release, here’s a handy list of major Hindi movies releasing in November which will help you decide where you want to spend those big bucks:

1. Ittefaq ( 3rd November) –  it’s a remake of the original movie which starred Rajesh Khanna. The movie features Sonakshi Sinha, Akshaye Khanna and Sidharth Malhotra in the lead. The mystery revolves around two murders and two prime suspects.

2. Ribbon ( 3rd November ) – Loved Sumeet Vyas and ‘Permanent Roomates’? Then you might just love his banter with Kalki Koechlin in ‘Ribbon’, The film follows a modern day couple’s struggles to balance work and personal life.

3. Julie 2 ( 10th November) – You can also rename this movie ‘Irony’ as it is being distributed by none other than ‘sanskaari’ chief Pahlaj Nihalani. The movie stars Raai Laxmi in a sultry ‘avatar’.

4. Qarib Qarib Singlle ( 10th November) – This film is a light-hearted love story starring everyone’s favourite, Irrfan Khan. 

5. Shaadi Main Zaroor Aana ( 10th November) – The movie follows the story of a soon-to-be married couple, Rajkummar Rao and Kriti Kharbanda and when you know it’s him, rest assured it’s going to be good watch.

6. Tumahri Sulu ( 17th November) – After a long hiatus, Vidya Balan is back with a fresh story to impress her fans. ‘Tumahri Sulu’ is the story of a woman who becomes a radio jockey and finds instant fame with how her simplicity clicks with everyone. 

7. Firangi ( 24th November) – The film is set in the Pre- Independence era and is Kapil Sharma’s  maiden production. He’s also the lead in it, of course. 

8. Kadvi Hawa ( 24th November) – Make sure you definitely watch this one. This is a brilliantly made film which stars Sanjay Mishra and Ranvir Shorey. The film deals with the stark reality of climate change and the consequences attached to it.

Time to pick your favourite and set your plans in place! 

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