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Happy New Year (2014)

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It’s the Christmas–New Year holiday season. The biggest dance event in the world, the World Dance Championships, is being hosted in Dubai. While all eyes are on the different world-class teams that have gathered, there are a few unlikely entrants who have somehow managed to stumble into the competition. Happy New Year is built around 5 disparate characters who are fighting a most unlikely battle.. a battle of international proportions.. but it’s a battle being fought on a dance floor. Where the rest of the world’s competitors are battling for national pride and glory on the world stage, our 5 are dancing for a different cause.. revenge, retribution and closure. This is Team India, a group that has no confidence in its own dancing abilities, but is competing for a cause very important to them.


Movie Details

Domestic Releases: October 24th, 2014 (Limited) by Yash Raj Films
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 188 minutes
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Keywords: Bollywood, Romance, Dancing, Christmas, New Year's Day
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Red Chillies Entertainment
Production Countries: India


Jackie Shroff    Charan Grover
Atishri Sarkar    Polly
Gauri Khan    Herself
AbRam Khan    Himself

Production and Technical Credits

Screenwriter    Mayur Puri
Story Creator    Farah Khan
Story Creator    Althea Delmas Kaushal
Producer    Shah Rukh Khan
Producer    Gauri Khan
Executive Producer    Niraj Pamwani
Production Designer    Shashank Tere
Editor    Anand Subaya
Editor    Tushar Parekh
Cinematographer    Manush Nandan

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