Here are your options on the big screen this weekend.

Happy Ending
From the men behind 99 and Go Goa Gone comes a spoof about Bollywood’s ridiculous ways. Saif Ali Khan plays a best-selling author who turns to screenplay writing when his books stop selling. He learns that banging away at his computer is easier than breaking down the doors of the Hindi entertainment industry, represented by the redoubtable Govinda.

Krishna DK and Raj Nidimoru, directing partners known these days simply as Raj and DK, appear to be aiming for an insider satire of Bollywoodland on the lines of AdaptationGet Shorty and The Player. The ensemble cast includes Ileana D’Cruz, Kalki Koechlin, Ranvir Shorey and Khan in a double role as a sloppier version of himself.

The Equalizer
Antoine Fuqua, director of such action thriller as Training Day, Tears of the Sun and Olympus Has Fallen, straps up Denzel Washington for an adaptation of the mid-eighties American television series of the same name.

Washington plays McCall, a former intelligence agent who is forced out of retirement when teenage prostitute Teri (Chloe Grace Moretz) is badly beaten by her pimp. Expect choreographed violence, typical Washingtonian gravitas, and some heart-rending moments between mentor and mentee.

Dumb and Dumber To
In 1994, Jim Carry and Jeff Daniels paired up as a pair of overgrown kids with floor-level intelligence who created mayhem across America as they strove to return a briefcase of money to its rightful owner.

The Farrelly brothers Peter and Bobby, masters of bad-taste cinema, have reunited the odd couple for a new adventure in which Harry (Daniels) and Lloyd (Carrey) hit the road again to look for Harry’s daughter, whom Lloyd happens to be in love with. On the strength of the trailer, our sympathies are entirely with the young woman.