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Romedy Now brings 3 summer properties

‘Hangout’, ‘Romedy Heartthrob’ and ‘Off the Shelves’ will brighten the nights from Monday to Thursday throughput May

BestMediaInfo Bureau | Mumbai | May 14, 2014


The summers are set to be more saucy with Romedy Now's new summer properties. The line-up includes three new properties: ‘Hangout’, ‘Romedy Heartthrob’ and ‘Off the Shelves’.

Hollywood heartthrob Hugh Grant will steal hearts all over again with ‘Romedy Heartthrob’ powered by Maruti Swift. The property, which will be on air every Monday night at 11 PM throughout May, will showcase his movies like ‘Two Weeks Notice’, ‘Music and Lyrics’, ‘Did You Hear about the Morgans’, and ‘Nine Months’.

While Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock brighten up ‘Two Weeks Notice’, Grant will find a suitable partner in Drew Barrymore in ' Music and Lyrics'. In 'Nine Months', he finds company with Julian Moore while Sarah Jessica Parker to make you laugh in ‘Did you Hear About the Morgans’.

'Hangout’ powered by Micro will be the second property shown from Monday to Wednesday at 6 PM all through May. Catch the foot-tapping penguin story in ‘Happy Feet’ and the world of Emperor Penguins where a penguin cannot sing to find his partner but dance. ‘Spanglish’ has an honest Mexican domestic help Flor (Tea Leone) trying to get her teenage daughter Cristina stick to her roots and values while working in the household of a celebrated chef John (Adam Sandler) and his insecure wife. As the imperfect marriage and world of John crumbles, he finds companionship in Flor. See humans get sued by a bee for eating all their honey in ‘Bee Movie’, two 11-year-olds falling in love in New York City in ‘Little Manhattan’, flooding an ant colony with his water gun has Lucas Nickle shrunk to insect size and work in the ruins in ‘The Ant Bully’. Watch more gems like ‘Big’, ‘Chasing Liberty’, ‘Say Anything’, ‘Anastasia’, and ‘Aquamarine’.

Keeping the summer heat away, May will also be the time for ‘Off the Shelves’ every Thursday night at 9 PM with some brilliant movies. Learn about the perils of misreading signs and falling in love with people who don’t love you back in the interconnecting stories in ‘He’s Just Not That Into You’. Catch the love story of a Parkinson’s patient and a medical rep working for Pfizer in Pittsburg in ‘Love and Other Drugs’. Love does not die as proved in ‘PS I Love You’ where a young widow Holly Kennedy (Hilary Swank) is left 10 posthumous messages by her husband Gerry (Gerard Butler) to help her come to terms with the bereavement and move on. Not just these, enjoy movies like ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ and ‘How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days’.

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