Taare Zameen Par

Taare Zameen Par

The perfectionist actor and a kid we hadn’t seen before, both looking into the horizon… Unlike most Bollywood kids-in-movies Darsheel did not look precocious. The poster promised it to be a heart-warming story. It was too. Publicity design was by Sukanya Ghosh.

Life in a Metro

Life in a Metro

A metropolitan city’s fast paced life and many layers to people was depicted well in the poster. With an interesting cast and non-posed posters, the film promised a bite into reality and delivered. Publicity stills were by Bobby Singh and designed by studio Mantra.

Black Friday

Black Friday

Anurag Kashyap’s dramatic movie finally broke the jinx and had a blast of a release. Anticipation levels were high even before one laid eyes on the posters. Once the posters were out – much before the movie – the promise of darkness and truth was all there. Publicity design was by Studio Link.

Guru

Guru

Abhishek Bachchan with a paunch and who would have thought it would draw in the crowds! But given the intense look, the period clothes and very different attitude portrayed in the posters, Guru worked. With stills by CH Balu, Himanshu Nanda, Rahul Nanda and HR Enterprises got us the posters.

Johnny Gaddaar

Johnny Gaddaar

What would you think if you saw the (presumably) lead character reading a James Hadley Chase novel in what looks like a jail cell? Well, you would want to watch the film, which thankfully was a tight, twisted delight. Publicity designers Marching Ants sure hit the nail on the head.

Best of Bollywood Posters 2007

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