Which movie sequel would you like to see? Vote!
Rajnikanth's latest movie Endhiran/ Robot has got everyone talking. Whether you're a fan or not, there's no denying the Tamil superstar's magic.
And blockbusters always seem to return as sequels -- like Wanted and Houseful.
Endhiran/ Robot begs for a follow-up too -- wouldn't you love to see more of Chitti again?
In fact, there are quite a few films we would like to see return to the marquee. We pick a few films that we would like to see the sequels of. Click through the slide show and vote for your pick.
Image: Endhiran trailer
Chulbul Panday has become a cult figure.
Salman Khan's portrayal of the larger-than-life cop in this year's big hit has got both critics and the masses agree on one thing -- he rocks!
So are you ready for the return of the flamboyant cop? Hell, yeah!
Image: Dabangg trailer
Arush's (Akshay Kumar) bad luck resulted in hilarious situations for all those involved in the film. It even sent the makers of the movie laughing all the way to the bank.
Though certain situations in the film seem to be 'inspired' from various Hollywood flicks, the audience lapped it up.
Maybe for the sequel, the ladies lineup could look something like this: Katrina Kaif, Kareena Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra instead of Deepika Padukone, Lara Dutta and Jiah Khan.
Image: Housefull trailer
"Ek baar jab maine commitment kar di, toh phir main apne aap ki bhi nahi sunta."
It's priceless dialogues like these that makes us begging for more. And looks like Salman Khan will oblige.
Image: Wanted trailer
It's been four long years since Farhan Akhtar gave us a glimpse of a stylish Shah Rukh Khan, a sultry Priyanka Chopra and Kareena Kapoor's rocking item number.
Now, the sequel has been announced, and the shoot will start in a bit. Would you love to see what thrills Farhan promises in his new film?
Image: Priyanka Chopra in Don
Political intrigue, brother in arms and Katrina Kaif's shudh Hindi made Prakash Jha's epic saga a hit. Fancy a rematch?
Image: Raajneeti trailer
Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai
This movie made us long for the days of retro chic and flowy poetic dialogues.
Then there were the awesome performances by Ajay Devgn and Emraan Hashmi, whose evil turn was very convincing. Maybe the sequel can show him in a better light.
Image: Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai trailer
Love Sex Dhokha
Honour killings, MMS scandals, and sting operations, that's what LSD was all about.
Dibakar Banerjee's bold film received a lot of critical acclaim for originality, realistic stories and the way the subplots were handled with technical dexterity.
So does the innovative filmmaker deserve an encore?
Image: Love Sex Dhokha trailer
Tere Bin Laden
We had so much fun with this spoof on al-Qaida terrorist Osama Bin Laden that not making a sequel is criminal.
Image: Tere Bin Laden trailer