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Don't miss: 10 Bollywood films in 2018 to watch

The list includes movies in which content is king and star power is secondary.

Bollywood in 2018 will see the customary appearance of King Khans - Race 3 (Salman Khan), Thugs of Hindostan (Aamir Khan) and Zero (Shah Rukh Khan). Lots of Akshay Kumar (Padman, 2.0, Gold and Mogul) and newcomers in Janhvi Kapoor, Ishaan Khatter and Sara Ali Khan. But these are the usual suspects. The below list predominantly includes films wherein content is king and star power is secondary.



Shoojit Sircar and Juhi Chaturvedi are currently one of the most formidable director-writer and ), expectations are high from their third collaboration (Chaturvedi wrote dialogues for ). This one's a romance with Varun Dhawan showing there's more to him than simply being seen as the heir to Salman Khan's throne of actor with populist appeal.

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