Nita lives a middle-class lifestyle with her mom and dad in Bombay,
India, and works as a Surgeon in a hospital. She is of marriageable age,
& is in love with a struggling Musician/Singer named Ravi, much to
the chagrin of her mom, who wants her to marry someone who is wealthy.
One day a badly wounded male is admitted into the hospital, is
pronounced dead, but recovers, and with Nita's help recuperates and is
discharged. He visits Nita's home, introduces himself as wealthy Vikram
Chauhan and asks her parents for the hand of Nita, who immediately
accept. But Nita wants to marry Ravi and plans to elope with him. On
that fateful day, Ravi fails to keep his appointment and a heartbroken
Nita decides to get married to Vikram. The marriage takes place with
great pomp and ceremony. When Ravi attempts to re-enter Nita's life, she
forbids him. Little does she know that Ravi's plans had been sabotaged
by none other than Vikram - who is in reality a human during daytime,
and at midnight is...
The movie chronicles the period of 1857 to 1858 when the soldiers of the
East India Company mutinied and many smaller kingdoms joined the
soldiers in the hope of regaining their territories from the English.
The movie is shown from the perspective of one of the leaders of the
fight (Shashi Kapoor).
The year is 1951, India is a free country, and Hariram lives a poor
lifestyle along with his wife, Bela, and a young son, Rattan. He is in
debt, but continues to borrow money so that he could provide a better
life for his family. On the occasion of Diwali, he borrows some more
money, returns home laden with gifts, fire-crackers, and sweetmeats, and
together they celebrate. That night a snake enters their hut and bites
Bela, killing her, leaving both father and son devastated, so much so
that Hariram takes to alcohol, loses his job, and is unable to re-pay
his loan. His moneylender assaults Rattan, and an enraged Hariram
threatens to kill him. That night the moneylender is killed, and the
Police arrest Hariram, he is tried in court, found guilty, and sentenced
to be hanged. With the help of a pickpocket named Ghasita, Rattan finds
out that his father is innocent, and both set out to travel to Delhi to
meet the Indian Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru so that Hariram
can be freed. On the way there, Ghasita gets run-over by a truck, but
before dying gives a written statement to Rattan, thumb-printing it with
his blood. Now alone, Rattan travels all the way by foot to Delhi's
Dariya Ganj, and assisted by some street urchins, he hopes to meet Nehru
- all in vain. It is then that the real killer shows up, and his motive
is to prevent Rattan from meeting Nehru at any and all costs - even if
it means killing him and his new-found friends.
Film is Based on Duvidha by Vijayadan Detha, it's about merchant's son, whose relationship with his young bride, Lachhi is thwarted by his work and a ghost who falls in love with her, resulting in the ghost soon impersonating the husband.
When the call center he manages in Seattle is outsourced to India, Todd
travels there to train his replacement. Housed in a new building that
looks like an above-ground bunker, the call center is staffed by willing
novices whom Todd trains to sound American. One star on the staff is
Asha, who teaches Todd that he should learn about India, and proceeds to
do just that.
An aging man named Vengadam (Prakash Raj) is being released from jail in
1948. He is only being escorted for two days (the reason not revealed)
back to his hometown of Kanchipuram. He is being transported under the
custody of two policemen on a bus from the jail. As the journey takes
place, Vengadam recalls his past symbolically as several events that
occur in the bus (such as sounds) remind him of his past. Vengadam is a
silk weaver in the town of Kanchivaram, and has just recently got
married (with Shreya Reddy). He had vowed once that he will only wed a
woman wearing a silk saree, but had to settle for normalcy as he unable
to garner enough savings to buy one. It is then revealed through his
life proceedings that silk weavers are only paid a very low sum 7 rupees
for each silk saree woven. This means that despite being weavers, they
can't afford, nor even see the silk saree being worn by other people.
Vengadam is shown as a talented weaver and best of the lot. Few years
down the road, his wife gives birth to a baby girl, and according to
tradition, the father has to give the daughter a promise by whispering
into her ears. He shockingly promises that he will marry her off with a
silk saree, which is met with skepticism by villagers and even his wife.
He later reveals to his wife that he had saved a lot of money over his
life, but couldn't save enough to marry her with a silk saree, but will
be able to garner enough by the time their daughter grows to
marriageable age. But soon after, Vengadam's brother-in-law suffers
losses in his business, and tells Vengadam that he will have to abandon
Vengadam's sister because he wouldn't afford to take care of her. In
desperation to preserve his sister's life and dignity, Vengadam hands
over his life savings to his brother-in-law, leaving his silk saree
ambitions in tatters.
Homi Mistry (Ashok Kumar) has been a widower for several years now, and looks after his four sons, their small house, and a job at the factory. Nargis Sethna has been widowed; is a housewife, has two sons and a daughter, and a large house. Then Soli (David), Nargis' and Homi's friend, suggests that the two get married, then at least the children will have a mother and father, as well as a larger house. They do get married, and hilarious chaos results, as the family and the children try to accomodate each other and fit in with their new family and surroundings.
Synopsis: Satara-based petty road-works contractor, Sachin Tichkule, faces challenges when the Satara Municipal Corporation puts a hold on his payment. He decides to sue them, while his extended family deal with the crisis of a recently-collapsed bridge resulting in 65 deaths. If matters were not bad enough, the new Municipal Commissioner is none other than his estranged girlfriend/ex-collegian, Gehna Ganpule. Sachin had abused and assaulted her in Mumbai a few years ago, and she is now determined to blacklist him at any and all costs. While comically dealing with indolent employees, his sister's marriage, an elephant, a road-roller &c. he lands in even more hot water when the local police get ready to prosecute him for alleged Sexual Molestation, as well as Assault and Threats to Kill Gehna's brother.
Starring: Akshay Kumar Trisha Krishnan Johnny Lever
Synopsis: Swati Azad and Mridula are two inseparable friends in college. Both do well in their studies, successfully complete college and get married to Ajay Lal and Milind Khanna respectively. Four years later, Prasad Saxena, another former collegian meets with a pregnant Mridula and informs her that Swati has committed suicide as she had lost her sanity. He tells her about the background of Swati's death and his suspicions that she was actually killed by the Lal family. Mridula gets hold of a Swati's diary, reads it, and concludes that the Lal family did kill Swati. She has the case reopened, files various documents in Court, and has the Lals - Ajay and his dad, Hasmukh, charged under section 302 and 34 of the Indian Penal Code. It is here that Mridula will find out that she has opened up a virtual Pandora's box - for the lawyer representing the Lals is none other than Deepak Khanna - her father-in-law.
In a remote village in India a man called Pagla (madman) serves the
Mahapoojary and two disciples of a Devi Maa Bhagwati temple. One day a
wealthy man brings a mentally challenged young woman named Pagli
(madwoman) to serve in the temple to atone for the death of his abused
wife. Pagla and Pagli both decide to get married, incurring the ire of
the entire village. The Panchayat is asked to intervene and they decide
to keep the two separate, which is not acceptable to both, and they run
away to Bombay. Upon arrival, they are met there by Police Inspector
Pardesi who sees tremendous potential in them for making some money for
himself. He arranges to house them in an under-construction sky-caper,
makes a temporary temple for them, and arranges for devotees to line-up,
pay large sums of money and get their blessings. Pardesi, the devotees,
pimps and others witness that whenever Pagla bangs the drum something
happens to Pagli and she acts as though possessed, makes predictions,