Yemaali is the story of Maali and his brother-from-another-mother, Aravind, and how they plan on killing Maali’s ex-girlfriend. They even call the ‘project’ Yemaali, a wordplay on both their names. But why do they want to kill this girl? Because she broke up with him, of course.
On a drunk night, Shammi suggests that he and Kedar leave for America on a cruise, even though they laugh it off in that instance, in a freak accident by the sea, Kedar and Shammi who are supposed to manage a wedding baraat on a cruise, leave without the baraatis only to lose their direction and land up in Karachi, Pakistan.
Jeanette is a beautiful open minded law student. She decided to study while her boyfriend is completing his national military service. They are set to be engaged when he returns. During her summer holiday with her father in the Free State a random act of kindness by an attractive Indian man sparks an unexpected love affair. Despite being warned not to act on these feelings she decides to pursue this relationship. Secret meetings followed, since it was against the law at the time to have an interracial relationship. When their secret comes out, it leads to a very tragic turn of events.
Rani Padmavati – the wife of Maharawal Ratan Singh, is known for her beauty and valour in 13th century India. She captures the fancy of the reigning Sultan of Delhi, the tyrant Alauddin Khilji, who becomes obsessed with her and goes to great lengths to fulfill his greed.
An unemployed American worker, a Tea Party activist, and a Chinese solar entrepreneur. But who wins and who loses the battle for power in the 21st century? Through interwoven character dramas spanning the U.S. and China, Catching the Sun explores the global economic race to lead the clean energy future.
Charu has been very close to her mom, who is a single mother. When she gets into a relationship, she tries to migrate to Canada with her boyfriend and she doesn’t reveal it to her mom. The mother, who does numerous odd jobs to make ends meet, is now on the mission to acquire Rs 6 lakh for her daughter, under the assumption that she is leaving the country for higher studies.
Bollywood film about the famous courtesan of the title. Aishwarya Rai stars in the lead role. The film is directed by J.P. Dutta and also stars Shabana Azmi, Sunil Shetty, Abhishek Bachchan, Divya Dutta, Himani Shivpuri and Kulbhushan Kharbanda.
The gang of five — Gopal, Madhav, Lucky, Laxman and Laxman, again! are orphans who have been raised in Seth Jamnadas’ orphanage in Ooty. When they return to their orphanage to mourn the death of their mentor, they hear that an avaricious builder, Vasu Reddy and his associate, Nikhil have designs on the ashram and the adjoining plot owned by Colonel Chouhan. The jugadu gang decides to stall the builders. However, they realise that in their absence, some friendly ghosts too have started to reside in the area. Anna Mathew, who can talk to spirits, acts as the guide to the gang.
ADGP Mathew Manjooran, returns to work after a seven-month sabbatical, only to take voluntary retirement. His last day has him investigating a case involving triple murder, including a police officer. Soon a pattern emerges and each clue also links Mathew. How is the veteran police officer tied to the murders and who is the real villain?
An ordinary young man, Ali, makes a living by riding an auto rickshaw in the night. One day, he meets a woman called Suhra and falls in love with her. He tries to woo her in various ways but something from his past crops up, haunting his present.
Janardhan a 28 year old Kannada Lecturer from Mangalore who is quite an introvert comes to know from an astrologer that he would attain sanyasa (embrace asceticism) if he doesn’t get married within a year. Hearing this Janardhan is now in a situation of trouble & desperation as he has never had a decent conversation with females until now in his life & all the proposals his family has seen also has gone in vain as he doesn’t look great,physically. Janardhan continues his search for a beautiful bride. In this journey he faces various situations & conflicts which in turn gives him a chance to revisit his inner core & experience his self discovery. Does Janardhan find his bride or does he attain spiritual path? forms the rest of the story.
What is it like to be ageing men in contemporary young India? On one side, Indian uncles shouting. On the other side, selfies and Snapchat. Anuvab Pal tells us how middle aged Indian men delude themselves into wanting to be younger, and the tragedies that await them. As seen through his life as India’s most senior stand up comedian (pun intended). Who said tragedy isn’t comedy?