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The ancient war between humans and a race of giants is reignited when Jack, a young farmhand fighting for a kingdom and the love of a princess, opens a gateway between the two worlds.
Rowena Price is a muckraking reporter for a New York paper. When her story about a closeted gay Senator who preaches family values is spiked, she quits and soon finds herself investigating the grisly murder of a childhood friend. Her friend had been dumped by ad exec Harrison Hill, so he's Rowena's prime suspect. Rowena gets a job at the ad agency as a temp, and she's soon the object of Hill's attentions. She's helped in her subterfuge by Miles Haley, a friend at the paper who has a secret thing for her. Everyone, it seems, has secrets, including Hill, who must keep his affairs from his wife - her money fuels his lifestyle. Murder will out?
Two unemployed slackers, Bhola and Ajay (Deven Verma and Navin Nischal) come across a newspaper advertisement about a missing elderly gentleman Om Prakash, whose estate is worth millions. They come across this male in the Hanging Garden Park in Bombay, and decide to make him their paternal uncle and take him to live with them in a rented apartment, which they cannot afford. This elderly man, Girdharilal Om Prakash takes an unusual interest in Ajay\'s girlfriend, Deepa (Archana). While Bhola and Ajay try to find ways and means of getting rich by turning Girdharilal in, a number of horrific homicides are committed, all against former business associates of Girdharilal, and the clues all point toward the hapless duo.
Orphaned Raju, in the company of four elephants, has to perform with them at street corners, in order to keep alive. Slowly he amasses a fortune, and is able to build his own private zoo, housing tigers, lions, bears, and of course the four elephants. He treats all the animals as his friends. He meets with Tanu, and both fall in love. Tanu\'s dad, Ratanlal, is opposed to this alliance, but subsequently relents, and permits the young couple to get married. Tanu is unhappy with the amount of time Raju spends with his animal friends, and this causes some bitterness between them. Things do not improve when a child is born, as Tanu fears that one day the child will be harmed by one of the animals, and hence Raju is told to make a choice between his animal friends or his wife and son.
Comparisons with the original Billa are inevitable. The 2007 version of Billa, which was made in 1980 with Rajinikanth in the lead role(s), is a faithful adaptation in terms of storyline is concerned. It looks awesome in terms of production values and cinematography. The performances and stylish looks make the movie a winner on its own merit.
Remake is always a risky affair. No one tries to remake a failure attempt and hence the success of the original naturally becomes the burden on the remake. Vishnu and Ajith have guts to take such a risk. They have worked hard to recreate the magic of original Billa (remake of Amithabh Bachchan starrer Don) with a different treatment.
The storyline is well known. It’s about a hunt of a dreaded international criminal Billa (Ajith) by police. The police officer Jai (Prabhu) somehow manages to corner Billa but he kills him in the process. In a bid to unearth the whole truth of the gang he sends a mole - Billa look alike- and tries to capture the entire group through this mole.
Velu, a petty thief, successfully infiltrates into the group and helps the officer to round them up. But the unexpected death of Jai jeopardizes their efforts and puts the innocent Velu in danger.
On the side track, you have Sasha (stunningly beautiful and sexy Nayantara), who wants to kill Billa to avenge her brother’s death. Then you have Jagdhish, the super boss of the gang (Raguman), and CJ (glam girl Namitha), the girl friend of Billa, to add shades to the crime thriller.
How Velu gets rid of his predicament and how the police eliminate the gang form the rest of the story.
As mentioned earlier, comparisons with the original are but natural. The movie does impress in its stunningly impressive making with awesome cinematography and sleek editing. It outsmarts the original in these areas. No doubt about it. The car chasing is marvelously executed. Even the stunt scenes are far better than the original, thanks to Malaysian stunt master William Wong. Nayantara’s amazing looks are definitely one of the attractive elements of the movie.
Ajith hasn’t tried to recreate the magical charm of Rajini. Instead, he has played to his strengths. He, like Vishnu, has given his own version of Billa without disturbing the soul of the original.
He looks handsome and brings in some intensity to the character. He does the whole thing in a different style that is appealing to a great extent. His action in stunt scenes stands out. He has shown his histrionic skills in the sequence that leads to the fast beat song ‘Vethalaiya Potendi’.
Vishnu’s presentation is stylish and sleek. But the crime thriller lacks credibility in some areas. The proceedings that follow the death of Billa and Velu being chased by both police and the gang have not been conceived well. The way the director deliberately triggers the suspicion in the minds of the audiences on Anil (Aditya) doesn’t appeal.
Nayantara’s introduction is quite fascinating. But the hype created about her doesn’t sustain for long. The character hasn’t been developed well.
Namitha’s role is too limited to be remembered. Her effort to sizzle in a song is not appealing.
Vishnu’s portrayal of Billa is single dimensional. The original Billa had a sense of humor and an easy way of doing tough things.
Much had been told about Nayantara’s sexy appearance and she justifies the hype. She flaunts her well toned body without any discomfort. No heroine in Tamil has sizzled so naturally as Nayantara does in this film. Her handling of glamour could well redefine the meaning of sex appeal in Tamil cinema. She dances well in ‘Vethalaiya pottendi’ number but fails to do so in ‘My name is Billa’.
Prabhu as DSP from Tamil Nadu handles his role with ease. Raguman is credible while Aditya’s serious looks add flavor to the proceedings.
Yuvan Shankar Raja has done well in background score. The songs sound good but they cannot be termed as outstanding. The item song is alluring. Yuvan’s rendition of M.S. Viswanathan’s tunes for ‘Billa’ and ‘Vethalaiya Pottendi’ are quite average.
Nirav Shah’s cinematography is one of the high points of the film. He has captured the beauty of Malaysia besides capturing the action amazingly well. His camera adds meaning and depth to the proceedings. Editing by Sreekar Prasad is sleek and effective.
Anu Vardhan, Vishnuardhan’s wife has done wonders in costume designing, particularly to Nayantara and Namitha.
As a whole, Vishnu and co has presented a faithful adaptation with a stylish and spectacular presentation.
Suhaan is a wannabe rock star and a suave and polished wordsmith. He is every girl's dream. Agastya is the loveable underdog, the tongue-tied nerd who unlike Suhaan can't seem to get a sentence out. He's more the dreamer, than the dream. Suhaan and Agastya are polar opposites with only one thing in common…their love for Piya. The three are college friends, but neither Suhaan nor Agastya is able to tell Piya how they feel. Ten years pass. Suhaan is now a famous singer, Agastya an astronaut and Piya a modern woman creating a path all her own. The three are going about their lives…until one sunny afternoon, when fate brings them together.
The story of Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan. He fought for justice, and made Pakistan.
Very hard to find this movie online.
Harish Kumar Satish Kumar Patel (Sunil Malhotra) is a geeky student from a small village in Gujarat, India who has come to Houston for college at the University of Houston, while living with his uncle (his father's best friend). His uncle, Dr. Bakshi, has an American-born son who's Hari's age, Mohan Bakshi (Kal Penn). Mohan, known as Mo, is a popular student at UH. He shows Hari around the college but then stays away from him because of Hari's nerdy ways. Hari, meanwhile, is overly excited because of an astrological prediction that was made by a holy man. The famous astrologer told Hari that he'll meet his Sapno Ki Raani (the girl of his dreams) in America and her name will begin with a "P". Hari, then, meets Priya (Tina Cherian), a Malayalee girl studying fashion, and falls in love with her. In the meanwhile, Mo falls in love with Janvi Valia (Serena Varghese), a Punjabi girl, but things don't go as planned when Mo invites Janvi to a party. In the film's conclusion, Mo learns important things about his culture, and Hari overcomes his challenges. This film is primarily a comedic portrayal of young Indian Americans going through life.
Silsila (Khemu) is the "manager" of one traffic signal, that is he collects the "hafta" (protection tax) from each signal squatter plying his trade. There's Tsunami, a little scavenger boy, there's Rani - a Gujrati girl selling ethnic clothes on the sidewalk, and there's Dominic (Ranvir Shourie) - a drug addict and the prostitute (Konkona) who feels for him. Then there's Silsila himself, who's an orphan, and reports to Jaffer bhai the local goon. Jaffer bhai in turn reports to Haji (Mishra) the leader of the local mafia. And the hafta, from each traffic signal and territory Haji controls, seeps upward to the politicians. Life is routine, until Silsila and Jaffer bhai get caught up in a chain of events which threatens the very source of their livelihood - the traffic signal itself, and Silsila must either remain mute with fear or protest . . .
Due to a growing marital rift between Jamuna and her husband, she decides to leave him. He does not permit her to take their son...
Saima is a second-generation East Indian-American, living in Austin, Texas, along with her dad, mom, and brother, Dev. Her dad considers her an old maid and wants her to get married to Ameet much to her displeasure as she dislikes him. Her dad wants their marriage to be telecast via Internet so that their extended family in India can e-participate in the ceremony. After her not-so-good-looking friend, Ruby, gets married, albeit dramatically to Bobby, Ameet's friend, Her dad pressurizes her and even manages to convince her, she appears to change her mind but secretly meets with Ameet and together they create a series of misunderstandings with Ameet revealing his secret desire of becoming a male stripper during their formal engagement. They do succeed in getting their wedding canceled, but then Saima is faced with another challenge when her dad wants her to get married to Ashol, a Computer Programmer, who she also dislikes. The question does remain will Saima be compelled to go through another charade, and will Ashol be ready to along with her?
A singer by profession, Suraj (Rajesh Khanna) gets stranded in resthouse in the coutnryside during a rainstorm. While there he experiences ununsual feelings, as if he has been there before. He feels himself transported to another time and era, to another birth, and drawn to a woman named Ratna (Hema Malini). He is unable to leave this experience behind him, and decides to find out what this means.
Hindi with English subtitles
Kaafila is the story of a group of people who are traveling illegally to UK. As it always happens they fall prey to an unscrupulous agent who creates circumstances that send them into hiding, somewhere in Eastern Europe for nearly six months. Left to fend for themselves, they discover each other and themselves.
Anuranan (meaning "resonance" in Bengali) explores the relationships of two married couples. The story explores the impacts and consequences of their relationships. In addition to showing how distinctly different two marriages can be, the title of the movie and subsequently the story convey the fact that people can form relationships that extend beyond just them being acquaintances, and yet remain purely platonic.
Every human being in order to fulfill his dream travel on the wings of desires to meet his destiny. Some do so within the walls of their villages, some travel to towns and cities and some cross over all the seas to distant lands. We have over the years, left a mark on almost every aspect of life, may it be UK, Canada, US, Africa, Fiji, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Middle East, and so on. Every day thousand from India land in these countries with dreams in their eyes. Almost all of them have success story to tell.They all know how to be successful, and are fully aware of what they are supposed to do, but are happy in not acknowledging it.
A romantic thriller set on the India-Pakistan border where an American journalist encounters a suspected Indian drug runner.
Love Guru, Prem (Salman Khan) likes nothing better than helping lonely souls find their soul mates. But he throws in the towel when he meets hopeless case Bhaskar (Govinda). For this nerdy guy has set his sights high - on no less than beautiful heiress Priya Jaisingh (Katrina Kaif)
As Prem teaches his worst but most ardent student Bhaskar to woo Priya, he finds himself getting involved with touch-me-not journalist Naina (Lara Dutta)
Chotta Don (Rajpal Yadav) and Priya’s disapproving dad Raj Jaisingh (Dalip Tahil), add to the chaos, while Naina’s journalistic zeal almost destroys the love setting. But then ‘partners’ Love Guru and Bhaskar get together and find a way out of the hilarious mess.
Choices--to choose between right or wrong is simple, but what defines ones life is the decision between the greater of two goods or the lesser of two evils. This is the advice that Zooni Ali Beg receives from her father, just as she is about to venture out into the world on her own for the very first time. Little does she know that these very words will shape her life. Zooni, a blind Kashmiri girl, meets Rehan Qadri, a local tour guide and an incorrigible flirt, who goes from city to city exploring their architecture--and also their women. Her friends warn her against this good-for-nothing roadside Romeo, but she chooses to ignore them. She is not one to be protected. It is now her time discover life, and love. Is this really the right choice? Rehan is fascinated by Zooni. He truly wants her to see life as it should be seen, in its many colors--and as he promises her, the time spent with him will be the most precious in all her life. Zooni sees Delhi, life and love like she never has before, because of Rehan.
Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon is the story of Sanjana (Kareena Kapoor), a girl of today\\\'s generation full of life and vibrant ecstasy. She lives life on her own terms and gets very upset when her mother Susheela (Himani Shivpuri), arranges for her to see a boy leading to a marriage prospect. Roopa, the eldest daughter shows Sanjana\\\'s photos to Prem\\\'s mother who instantly approves of her. She eventually meets Prem Kishen (Hrithik Roshan).
A very nice remake of 'French Kiss' for Indian Audiences. Excellent on screen chemistry between the leads, real life ... lovers Kajol and Ajay Devgan who were married later that year A romantic soundtrack only added to the films' impending success. It would have swept the awards if not for another film called 'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai'. Ajay Devgan plays Shekhar a small time crook who's only helping Sanjana (Kajol) at first because he's trying to steal back an item she accidently picked up from him. In the end he tries to help her win back her crooked fiance who is having an affair with someone else. Wouldn't you know it, the kids fall in love. Great visuals, songs and comedy make it a treat though.
Starring: Ajay Devgan, Kajol, Bijay Anand
‘Mr. White Mr. Black’ is a comedy about a village bumpkin and a city-bred swindler. The movie stars Sunil Shetty and Arshad Warsi more..
For an ordinary guy, Anthony Gonsalves has an extra-ordinary dream. His dream is to become an actor. Anthony works as a bartender in Jimmy's Pub in Bandra, Mumbai. His job is to run the joint smoothly, while the bosses concentrate on their own work of specialization.
Captain Javed Sheikh(Deepak Dobriyal) shoots Major Virender Rathore, his senior officer in full consciousness during a search operation. He is charged with treason and killing a fellow officer and put under trial for Court Martial. Two friends, army lawyers, Major Siddhant Chowdhary(Rahul Bose) and Major Aakash Kapoor(Jaaved Jaaferi) are pitched against each other in the court room. A journalist Kavya Shastri(Minissha Lamba) is investigating the case to get to the bottom of the pit.
IMDb Rating: 8.2/10
Starring: Priyanshu Chatterjee, Himanshu Malik, Sandali Sinha
After the death of her fiancee, Pia takes over his company. When Shekar joins the company and helps it recover, she begins to fall in love with him. But Shekar has a dark secret...
Dil talked about the age-old story of love between the rich and the poor, with a small difference.Hazriprasad (Anupam Kher) is a miser to the core and refuses to part with a single penny. He values money the most, placing it above all relationships. He becomes estatic when his son Raj (Aamir Khan) wants to marry Madhu (Madhuri Dixit) who is the daughter of millionaire Mr. Mehra (Saeed Jaffrey). Hazriprasad decides to fool Mr. Mehra by pretending he too is a millionaire businessman.Mr. Mehra gets to know the truth about Hazriprasads low status and publicly insults him at Raj and Madhus engagement party. Hazriprasad breaks the marriage. The lovers Raj and Madhu now face an ordeal in the form of unrelenting fathers.
Multiple Film Festival winner; My Bollywood Bride is a fish-out-of-water, cross-cultural romantic comedy based on a true story.The authenticity of the premise, along with the winning combination of a commercial screenplay adaptation, talented filmmakers and an eclectic cast, makes for a solid international movie that appeals to a universal audience. My Bollywood Bride tells the story of Alex, a copy-writer dreaming of being an adventure novelist someday, who meets and romances Indian beauty Reena, while she is vacationing in California. Torn by her blossoming feelings for for Alex and her Indian family values and obligations, Reena returns home without saying goodbye. Alex, distraught by the turn of events, decides to follow her to Mumbai and win her back.
Starring: Paresh Rawal, Akshay Kumar, Sunil Shetty, Tabu
Directed by Priyadarshan
The film is about Anand Sehgal (Rajesh Khanna), a cancer patient who, despite knowing this fact, believes in living his life to the fullest. On the contrary, Bhaskar Banarjeee (Amitabh Bachchan) is a sober doctor, upset with life and the dark reality of his nation. Bhaskars t�te-a-t�te with Anand makes him notice the colours behind all the despair and complexity in ones life and teaches him a lesson. After spreading happiness everywhere around himself and changing the lives of many, Anand as destined, leaves them all, which inspires Bhaskar to write a book on his life.
In 1984 the former Indian Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi, was assassinated by her Silk bodyguards, and since then the Sikhs have been a target of violent backlashes by radicals and the Punjab Police. During 1985 Gursharan Singh Soman lived a peaceful life as a farmer in rural Punjab, along with his elderly parents, Gurdev and Tejpal, and an unmarried sister, Guddi. Gursharan meets with and gets engaged to the Station House Officer's only daughter, Jassi Sandhu. Shortly thereafter her father is killed in a drive-by shooting, and a new Officer, Randhawa, takes over from him. Far from being ethical and honest, he is only concerned with fulfilling a quota of deaths of so-called terrorists by fake police encounters. Jassi and Gursharan get married as Jassi has no other relatives. When the police find a duffel bag of automatic weapons in Soman's house, they immediately arrest Gursharan and beat him up severely, even though he claims his innocence, alleging that real terrorists had forced themselves upon the family at gun-point. When a deputation from the town asks Randhawa to set him free, he does so, and the Soman family settle down. Guddi is soon to get married to a young man who loves her. Then in July, 1987, Sikh terrorists gun down a bus full of non-Sikhs, setting off a shock wave in the entire country. Punjab Police are instructed to maintain order, even if it means to do away with law. A large number of Sikhs are hunted down and killed in fake police encounters, scores are arrested and tortured. Gursharan is arrested again and severely beaten up in police custody. When Guddi goes to plead with Randhawa to release him, she too is imprisoned and beaten by a burly policewoman. Gursharan's American-based friend, Darshan Singh Gill, comes to their rescue and arranges for Gursharan to visit the U.S.A. on a travel visa as a hockey player. Once in America, Gursharan applies for political asylum, and is granted one, which also permits him to sponsor Jassi, and his new-born son to America. After Jassi's arrival, Gursharan gets a job in a corner store, while Jassi works as a Gas Attendant. It is then Gursharan gets the news that his father has suffered a heart-attack and may not live long. Gursharan is ready to leave for India to be near his family in this crucial hour, but his leaving America may well revoke his political asylum, and even if he does leave America and arrives in India, there is more than a bullet from the Punjab Police awaiting him.
Starring: Amitabh Bachchan, Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgan, Aishwarya Rai, Tusshar Kapoor, Lara Dutta
When first we meet veteran thespian Harish Mishra (Bachchan), he is gravely ill. The punishments of a film shoot have left the old man in a coma. His co-star, Shabnam (Preity Zinta), is wracked with worry, but their director, Siddharth (Arjun Rampal), keeps strangely distant and refuses to visit his ailing star. In flashbacks, their story emerges.
Siddharth first had to woo Harish from the comforts of his retirement, and the interaction between the two yields some of the film's most delightful scenes. The impatient young auteur attempts to win the trust and collaboration of the aged performer, who sits raging against the modern world from the sanctuary of his study. Sporting a silver mane, Bachchan is irresistible here - vain, forceful and impetuous. He trumpets the superiority of Shakespeare over anything cinema can create. And yet, the movies hold out a new challenge.
Once he agrees to act in the film, The Last Lear becomes a captivating reflection on the comparative artifices of stagecraft and cinema. As the outsider in the cast, Harish is hilarious in dismissing movie fakery. His theatre skills are grander. Standing on a hillside, he teaches Shabnam how to project her voice clear across a valley to the next hill
They are the providers of voyeuristic material from India's glitz and glamour scene. Our appetite for gossip and revealing photos of our favorite stars drive their industry. They never seem to sleep... hunters who trail their prey – the show business elite – at all hours of the day and night. They are the paparazzi and their weapons of choice – high-powered zoom lenses.
Rohan (Tushar Jalota) seems to have it all: a dream career, a beautiful girlfriend and everything else one would want. Life seemed as though it couldn‘t be better. But his newfound fame comes with a price.
a police officer mutilated and whose family was slaughtered by a bandit, recruits two convicts to bring the bandit to justice.
Staring: Dharmendra, Amitabh Bachchan, Sanjeev Kumar, Hema Malini, Jaya (Bachchan) Bhaduri, Amjad Khan
Aftab has been brought up his mother, Mariam, and has no knowledge as to the identity and whereabouts of his biological father. When Mariam gets news that Ramakant Pandit is dying, she asks Aftab to accompany her to meet this dying man. On the way there, she explains to Aftab that Ramakant is none other than his father. Aftab is angry, but his anger subsides when he meets a humbled Ramakant, who is ready to touch Aftab s feet in forgiveness.
The protagonist of the film, Raja out of frustration leaves his family and comes to Mumbai in search of a job as his friend Shekhar had done earlier. In his village, his father is a farmer by profession, who loves him a lot. And the other person who is madly in love with him is Neha.
Movie Name : Ishara - A Dangerous Mission
Year of Release : 2008
Producer : Jagdish Tokas, Ajit Singh Tokas
Director : Dharam
Cast : Jeetu Verma, Jeet Upendra, Nilofer Khan, Shakti Kapoor, Mohan Joshi, Milind Gunaji
Music by : Dilip Sen-Sameer Sen
The lifelong romance between Lolita (Balan) and Shekar (Khan) is upset by the arrival of another man
Harish Kumar Patel lives with his mom and dad in Bhimnagar, Gujerat, India, where he is studying Electronic Engineering. His dad, Satish Kumar, wants him to re-locate to the U.S., live with the Bakshis, study, and marry the girl of his choice. Harish must first go through the blessings of an Astrologer, Bholey Shankar Maharaj, who blesses him, informs him that he will meet a girl whose name will start with "P", who he will marry. An overly excited Harish travels all the way to Houston, Texas, U.S. where he is met fondly by the Bakshi family, consisting of Mrs. and Dr. Bakshi, Mohan, and Deepu. In keeping with the fear and paranoia after the September 11 attacks, Mrs. Bakshi has made it a practice to place American flags in the front pockets of her sons, and she does it now for Harish as well. Mohan is around Harish's age and shows him around the campus. Harish meets with a beautiful Malyalee girl, Priya, and falls in love with her. But things do not go as planned when Harish finds out that Mohan actually is a snob, who hates F.O.Bs. (Fresh off the Boat) Indians like him; the girl Priya is actually in love with another young man by the name of Raju, and her name's not Priya - it's Supriya; and due to Harish's accent, oily hair, & c. he is not being invited to the party where everybody else is invited. Looks like Harish is headed for more pitfalls than he had bargained for, and it also looks like the Maharaj may have been wrong after all.
Mandira Bedi...... Meera Achrekar
Anupam Kher...... Dr. Awasthi
Eijaz Khan...... Arjun Awasthi
Mahesh Manjrekar...... Manoj Anant Achrekar
Prateeksha Lonkar...... Neelima
Kishore Pradhan...... School Principal
The film centres on the legacy of a dead Indian underworld don (Om Puri), who dies of a heart attack at the beginning of the film. He leaves diamonds worth $10bn at the New York Bank, to be distributed equally between his son Vikrant, his daughter Preeti, and Preeti's husband Guru. To claim the diamonds, all three benefactors must be present at the bank, or, if dead, their death certificates must be presented. Shortly after the Don's death, Vikrant attempts to eliminate Guru by assassinating the Indian Home Minister in full view of television cameras while disguised as him. Guru flees to the US to escape prosecution.
In the glitzy entertainment capital of Mumbai as dusk descends, famous actress Sana Azim (Kangana Ranaut) slashes her wrists in a hotel room, in an attempt to kill herself. When this news reaches film-maker Aditya Garewal (Shiny Ahuja), he is devastated. Aditya has been searching for Sana, who was intensely involved with Aditya and who had mysteriously disappeared from his life without any explanation, three years ago, only to surface now in what could be the last moments of her life
In the tradition of film noir that is guaranteed to shock, thrill and surprise. A compelling film from director Hansal Mehta about swiftly changing moralities in today s world. After a successful businessman s stunning wife disappears, hostile and taunting ransom demands follow. As the true nature of stakes for the captor and his captives unfold, Woodstock Villa lithely transforms from a precision neo noir into a chilling and shocking thriller, and ultimately into a vivid, invigorating, icy masterpiece of murder, mystery and suspense.
Gumnaam – The Mystery is the story of an aspiring actress Ria (Mahima Chaudhary) who models/acts in music videos but has her eyes set on making it big in films as a lead actress. During one of her shoots, she happens to meet Dev (Dino Morea) who is a stuntman by profession and saves her life during an accident on the set. She is impressed with him and soon love blossoms between them and they are on a romantic high. Meanwhile Ria is offered lead actress role in a film by a casting director Rishi Gandhi (Madan) but the condition is that she has to leave for Shimla the very next day. Dev is very happy about her getting the role in the film and sees her off, wishing all the luck. On reaching Simla, she is introduced to the film director Muni Gandhi (Govind Namdeo) who also praises her beauty and appreciates his assistant's perfect choice of heroine.
Shabana Azmi ... Gayatri
Boman Irani ... Navin
Sharman Joshi ... Sid
Chitrangada Singh ... Aaliyah
Sanjay Suri ... Harsh
The movie is a scene by scene copy of the Woody Allen\'s film Husbands and Wives.Set in contemporary Mumbai, the movie takes a close look at the evolving equations among urban couples and paints the metamorphosis amongst the relationships with a comic stroke.
The film tracks the lives of two modern day married couples Samit (Irrfan Khan) and Mita (Soha Ali Khan); Rishi (Rahul Bose) and Simi (Konkona Sen Sharma) caught in web of boredom, loss of love and temptation.
Bhram is an explosive emotional story about two brothers (Milind Soman and Dino Morea) who deeply care for each other until this model (Sheetal Menon) comes into their lives who's been through a traumatic experience in the past. The girl is on a search for truth not knowing whether what she's looking for is real or an illusion
Genre:Fantasy / Social / Thriller
Executive Producer / Co-Producer:Iqbal Kidwai
Abhishek Bachchan...... Aditya/ Drona - Superhero
Priyanka Chopra...... Sonia
Kay Kay Menon...... Riz Raizada
Jaya Bachchan...... Queen Jayati
Master Veer Arya...... Young Abhishek
Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal is a contemporary story of the South Asian community in the UK, told through the dynamic prism of professional football.
Some betrayals are never forgotten
Dus Kahaniyaan is a a breakaway from the traditional Bollywood theme of the usual crushed,twisted and beaten up love stories. Somehow this movie reminded me of Four Rooms when i watched it. Most of the stories were interesting while some were pathetic. Although the movie was directed by 6 directors, all the stories had similar screenplay and narration. Camera work was top-notch. Sanjay Dutt looked awesome in his role as a Don. Shabana Azmi deserves special mention for her role as a southie with reservations about Muslims. Nana Patekar was good too in the story \"Gubbare\". Probably the worst stories were Lovedale and the one with the Punjabi bride(Don\'t remember its name!!). Overall the movie could have had better stories. But the concept and theme is refreshingly new and definitely wont go well with the masses.
Ek Vivah Aisa Bhi features both Sonu Sood and Eesha Koppikar as musicians. While Sonu Sood is fond of playing a guitar, Eesha’s pet musical instrument is harmonium.
Eesha Koppikhar adds, “In the film, the characters played by Sonu and me take this long journey together to achieve something in life. Yes, their dreams and commitments may have gone for a toss even as they move ahead in this journey but together, they are ready to wait. Time flies by and one of us grows up in the career while another is left behind. However, it is true love which is the eventual winner.”
Concludes Sonu Sood, “First time director Kaushik Ghatak has made such a sensitive film which is bound to make you emotional. Those who have seen the film have loved it. For them, it has been a pleasant surprise to see me in an altogether different mode. I am sure once the film releases this November, audience would have the same to say as well.”
Rajan Malhotra and Raju Malhotra are poles apart. Rajan Malhotra (Tusshar Kapoor) is a proverbial bookworm, forever lost in studies and completely oblivious to the frolicking of a college dude. He hails from a well to do background and his parents are constantly worried due to his somber nature and his lack of interest in any extra curricular activities. While Raju Malhotra (Emraan Hashmi) has absolutely no time for studies as playing notorious pranks on others takes up most of his time on a daily basis. His father constantly ridicules him for his wayward ways. As fate would have it, both of them land up in the same college. And get swapped. And fun begins
The angry Raja (Arshad Warsi), schizophrenic Gangadhar (Rajpal Yadav), Dr. Mukherjee (Irrfan Khan) and the cute Dabboo (Suresh Menon) are all unique in their mental imbalance. Dr. Sonali (Juhi Chawla) is treating all four of them.
aga Chunari Mein Daag - Journey Of A Woman is a film directed by Pradeep Sarkar and starring Jaya Bachchan, Rani Mukerji, Konkona Sen Sharma, Kunal Kapoor and Anupam Kher with special appearances by Abhishek Bachchan and Hema Malini. Produced by Aditya Chopra it premiered on October 12, 2007. The film was the first directed by Sarkar under the Yash Raj Films banner.
A ex-convict must flee his mob boss, leaving his family to fend for themselves. The ex-convicts wife in a fit of bad luck turns blind and inevitably his children are abandoned. They are adopted by a Hindu policeman (Amar), a Muslim tailor (Akbar), and a Catholic priest (Anthony). The Hindu raised son becomes a policeman in his turn; his Muslim-raised brother becomes a singer; and the last brother, played by Amitabh Bachchan, becomes a happy-go-lucky Catholic who lives on the edge of law. The boys meet again and their lives become entangled in an incredible twist of unlikely coincidences and furious action sequences interspersed with songs.
Don't go by the title. Maan Gaye Mughal-E-Azam is a mad, contemporary comedy involving a drama troupe - Kalakar Natak Company. They produce socially relevant, thought-provoking plays, which no one understands and hardly anyone sees. But the actors of this natak company believe they will change the society one day and everyone will say, 'Maan Gaye Mughal-E-Azam'. The theatre group gets involved with an undercover agent who is working on saving the country from a bomb blast. One by one they come forward to help and are eventually instrumental in making a deadly game plan to save the world.
Karan (Bobby Deol) was wealthy and a mansion was his habitat. Raj (Akshay Kumar) had empty pockets and the sky was his roof. Karans jet ensured that he could fly if he wanted. Raj could only depend on his two feet. Karan had a family and yet craved love. Raj had love to share, but craved a family. Karan was the eternal Casanova. Raj was the proverbial one-woman man. Karan had it all, and yet felt empty. Raj had nothing, but his heart was full. They were two people as different as can be. Yet they found a common ground. One that led to the glorious road of Friendship! Their bond was unshakable. If Karan gave Raj a home and all the material comforts, Raj gave Karan a shoulder and all the emotional security. If Karan supported Raj at every step, Raj covered up for all of Karans misdoings. They laughed together, lied together, loved together and fought the odds together all in the name of friendship. Their blind faith in each other attracted the envy of the world. But it was this very world that never let them forget that theirs was not a relationship of equals. And how long could an unequal relationship sustain? Karan and Raj defied conventions proving that true friendship was above all such trivialities. But like a bolt out of the blue came a raging storm that threatened to sink the ship that housed the sentiments of the two friends. Was it ego? A misunderstanding? Or something more? Will it mean the end of their friendship? Will they succumb to it or will their bond survive the grueling test of time? Many talk about friendship. But only a few comprehend its sanctity.