More and More Hot Bollywood Sequels in 2011.

Its the welcome of the year 2010 and its hot in news that the coming year 2011 will be the year of Sequels in Bollywood. There are some five blockbusters sequels which are getting ready to explode into the next year. These will more likely to be as "Race 2", "Dhoom 3", "Wanted 2", "Partner 2" and "Don 2".

Like the 2008 hit action "Race", "Race 2" is also directed by Abbas-Mustan and produced under the Tips Films banner. The original, which explored themes of sibling rivalry, betrayal and passion, starred Anil Kapoor, Saif Ali Khan, Akshaye Khanna, Bipasha Basu and Katrina Kaif in pivotal roles. It has been planned by the directors to cast the same stars except that of Bipasha. It was reported that Bipasha would be replaced by another actress, although nothing is official at the moment.

The other sequel in the works is "Partner 2". The original starring Govinda, Salman Khan, Katrina and Lara Dutta released in 2007. This was decided to be released this year but is postponed till 2011. this sequel will retain its original cast.

Boney Kapoor, producer of the Salman Khan-starrer "Wanted", is also planning to launch the film's second part next year. "Wanted", a remake of Telugu film "Pokiri", was directed by southern dancing star Prabhu Deva and also starred Ayesha Takia.

While "Dhoom" first released in 2004, and "Dhoom 2" in 2006, it is decided to present its third instalment in 2011. Now, after a gap of five years, "Dhoom 3" is expected to release in 2011. It was reported that Aditya Chopra will himself direct "Dhoom 3", which will have some alterations in the star cast.

Later in the year releases "Don 2", a sequel to Farhan Akhtar's remake of the 1978 film "Don" (2006). The crime thriller, directed, co-written and co-produced by Farhan Akhtar, will star Shah Rukh Khan, Priyanka Chopra, Arjun Rampal, Ishaa Koppikar, Boman Irani and Om Puri all reprising their roles from the previous film.

By the list it seems that our dear audiences had to only chose sequences to watch in 2011.