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Our Bollywood Previews section gives you all the information of forthcoming films coming soon to a cinema near you.

Bollywood news gives you all the gossip about the films and their stars.

At BBC Shropshire, we have chosen the Top Ten Bollywood movies for this month. These films are well worth a "dekko" at a cinema near you.

Visit our Film Vault if you want to get a low down on all Bollywood releases for the past year.

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Why not take a look at our Bollywood Buzz which gives you links to pictures of current events and parties taking place in Bollywood.
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Bollywood news at BBC Shropshire brings you all the gossip about films and their stars
Updated: Friday 1 June 2007
Emraan teams up with Mohit Suri

It is common knowledge that director Mohit Suri and Emraan Hashmi go back a long way.

Mohit directed Emraan in his debut directorial venture, Zeher, after which Emraan did a guest appearance for his friend in the Kunal Khemu film titled, Kalyug.

Mohit even opted for actor Shiney Ahuja in Woh Lamhe but things didn't exactly work out between the actor and director.

So Mohit is back to directing his old friend in Awarapan, the Bhatts' costliest venture to date.

"Mohit and I share a great comfort level and understand each other only too well. I know what he wants out of me and he knows how to extract the best out of me. I think that chemistry between us really shows on screen," remarks Emraan.

With Zeher and Kalyug proving to be money spinners, Emraan and Mohit are obviously hoping for a hat trick with Awarapan, their third cinema release together.

With the musical score of Awarapan fast selling out, the film is gearing up for a UK release on 29 June 2007.

Meanwhile, 25 years old South Indian superstar Shriya Saran is on Cloud Nine these days.

Not only will she be featuring opposite Emraan Hashmi in Awarapan, she has received raved reviews for her recently released, South Indian film.

Titled Shivaji, which also stars Rajnikanth, has already taken the Tamil and Srilankan audience by storm.

In Awarapan, Shriya will be seen playing the character of a Muslim girl who supposedly falls in love with Emraan.

Manish Gajjar
BBC Bollywood Correspondent

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