2013 Drama/Film Preview Roundup 1

Previews and trailers for several upcoming films and dramas have been dropping all over the place. And though I rarely indulge in any of the sort, I know that story lovers relish the initial peek into the show, believing that perhaps, it’s a representation of what the project has in store. I don’ t necessarily ascribe to this idea but with the plethora of trailers falling from the sky, I thought I’d gather them all up and place them in one spot, just in case my handful of readers would appreciate the heads up.

***Note: Don’t worry most of the projects listed will find there way into future posts.

All About Romance

SynopsisTwo parliamentarians from two different political parties fall in love and start dating but due to their political affiliations, they are forced to hide their relationship.
Starring: Shin Ha-kyun, Lee Min-jung, Han Chae-ah, Park Hee-soon
Airdate: April 10


SynopsisMaya, a single mother that has managed to escape the cycle of abuse from her husband after his death. Her sense of peace is shattered when she begins to discover that her husband is possessing their daughter with the intent of causing the child’s death and taking her with him to his own world (of the dead).

Starrring: Bipasha Basu, Nawazuddin Siddiqui,  Dhawan

Premiere:Mar 22

God of the Workplace

Synopsis: Charismatic temporary employee Ms. Kim though shrouded in mystery (her colleagues do not know her name or her background), manages to remain respected and impeccable at her job, but all that changes when she butts heads with US returned Jang Kyu-jik.

Starring: Kim Hye-soo, Oh Ji-ho, Lee Hee-joon, Jung Yumi, Jeon Hye-bin, Jo Kwon
Airdate: April 1

Jang Ok Jung

Synopsis: Drama series follows the turbulent life of Jang Ok-Jung, who is also known as Lady Jang Hui-Bin one of the most famous royal concubines in the Joseon Dynasty. She began her career as a court lady who stitched clothing as a fashion designer of her time.

Starring: Yoo Ah-in, Kim Tae-hee, Jae-hee

Airdate: April 8


Synopsis: A historical romance loosely based on O. Henry’s short story “The Last Leaf”
Starring: Ranveer Singh, Sonaski Sinha
Premiere: July 5

Shootout at Wadala

Synopsis:The film will dramatize the first-ever registered encounter by Mumbai police, where gangster Manya Surve was shot dead, which took place at the junction next to Dr. Ambedkar college, Wadala, Mumbai on 1 November 1982.
Starring:John Abraham,
Premiere:May 1

Special Affairs Team TEN 2

Synopsis: “Special Affairs Team TEN” is a criminal investigation unit that tackles the most violent crimes in South Korea. These crimes usually have less than a 10% rate for arrests. They chase the most notorious killers who attempt to commit the perfect crimes.

Starring: Joo Sang-wook, Kim Sang-ho, Jo An, Choi Woo-sik

Airdate: April 14

Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani

Synopsis:Two polar opposites embark on conquering adventures and fears together, exploring the path to maturity throughout a course of ten years.
Starring: Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika Padukone
Premiere: May 31

I thought I’d wrap this up with GoT, for it is perhaps, the only drama that I take the time to salivate over every piece of information dished about the show, for the simple fact that I love it! It’s a drama that I miss even during it’s airtime. This latest preview was released yesterday, but over the last few weeks there have been tons of visual and keepsake goodies, along with the covetous “House” boxes.

Game of Thrones


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