A pushy busybody invites a young man to be her tenant, in hopes of arranging a marriage for her younger sister; but then has to get rid off him when she believes she has found an even better match.
Dacoit Sunder Singh kills a brave police officer, Shefali's husband. To avenge his death, Shefali secretly hires two mercenaries.
A successful author (Ali Fazal) pretends to be a geek in order to impress his girlfriend's (Anisa) brother (Gulshan Grover), because he expects his brother-in-law to be intelligent.Anyway, while the hero's almost on the verge of winning over his girl's bhaiya, his rowdie lookalike shows up, adding to the drama. That's not all. Even the bhaiya has a lookalike which doubles the drama and confusion.
A lawyer investigates the case of a woman who is adamant about taking the rap for a murder, although the details of the case don't add up.
One day while travelling on the BEST bus in Bombay, Raja produces a 100 rupee note to buy a 50 paisa bus ticket, and is made fun of by the bus conductor, and asked to leave the bus. Asha, who is travelling on the same bus, pays for his fare, and he tells her that he will re-pay this loan after he gets some change. He does not get the change, and instead loses the 100 rupee note, but makes his way into Asha's heart. Both fall in love, and get married. They live in harmony for several years, and become proud parents of two children. With their growing family, Raja's income is just not enough to make ends, and Asha decides to get a job. Raja decides to stay at home and look after the household chores, and the kids. What happens is that there is chaos at work for Asha, and at home for Raja, with alround hilarious results.
It is a comedy made for the Chinese New Year's day, the adventures of three brothers with women. They find their new love thanks to a breakdown of the telephone system which put them, by chance, in communication with young women whom they did not know.
Arun (Amol Palekar) is a shy accountant in Bombay who dreams of romancing Prabha (Vidya Sinha), but never gets past following her around without managing to actually speak up. While Arun twiddles his thumbs, suave Nagesh (Asrani) steps into the picture and turns on the heat, prompting Arun to take "love coaching" from "romance specialist" Julius Nagendranath (Ashok Kumar) to win Prabha back. One of the funniest Hindi films of the 70s - is a nostalgic favourite for its quirky take on pre-hypercongestion Bombay. The film established Amol Palekar as having an uncommon comic talent for playing mousy characters, a role he would repeat several times in his career.
Wealthy Mr. Singh would like to see his daughter get married but she hates wealthy men. So he finds several poor men: Ajay Srivastav, who is already married and also has 3 daughters; Yeshwant Bhosle, a TV repairman who ends up being a multi-millionaire after his invention is marketed; Viju Guide, a Hyderabad-based Tourist Guide, who finds buried treasure and also ends up a multi-millionaire; and Prakash, a motor mechanic who ends up being the only son of wealthy builder. Finally Nisha meets her ideal match in Rukhtapur-based Suraj Singh, a wedding singer/dancer, and gets married to him. But is Suraj Singh who he really claims to be?
Young Raja becomes a misogynist after his stepmother turns him over to a loan shark as repayment for a debt. Not surprisingly, when Raja grows up, he makes a living from his deep-seated malice by abducting and selling women … until he snatches an ailing widow who touches his heart. Can he change his woman-hating ways and become worthy of her? Directed by Anil Dhanda, the film stars Rajni Chandra and Mahesh Gupta.
Following a wild party, a married man meets with his friends in order to try and remember his indiscretions.
Freelance photographer, Alok Prakash, while photographing women hockey players in action, is hit by the puck, loses his senses and his hospitalized. His brother-in-law, a lawyer by the name of Prem Sagar, decides to capitalize on this accident, and to sue Alok's employer for a large sum of money, so that they can live comfortably for the rest of their lives. He explains his plan to Alok, and asks the rest of the family also to go on with this charade - with hilarious results - that will change their lives forever.
An eight-part anthology film exploring the history of Hong Kong from the 1940s to present day.
A love tragedy featuring a policeman, Ganpat (Modak) and a prostitute, Mainal (Hublikar). Ganpat saves Maina from a police raid on a brothel and they fall in love. Her reputation and sense of guilt resist his attempts to rehabilitate her. Ganpat's respectable middle-class mother (Sundarabai) symbolizes all that Maina would like to be, but she is arrested for murdering her evil uncle and refuses Ganpat's offer to release her from prison.
A workaholic wakes up to find himself stuck in a time warp. What follows is a series of bizarre events, until he meets a mystery man who gives him life-changing lessons.
A Hindi family drama.
Its a romentic movie, directed by Rajesh Jashpal with association with SAI DRISHTI Films and RAGA Films
A look at the Baath party's project to construct a system of dams.
Hui, an owner (Michael Hui) of a Hong Kong tabloid magazine company hires martial artist Bill Lee (Sam Hui) to help him get a good headliner for a magazine story to, hopefully, save his failing business.
Vijay (Vijay), having grown up in the United States, has no interest in marriage and his goal is to enjoy his youth whenever possible. His father (S. P. Balasubrahmanyam), distraught at his son's ways, seeks to marry him off to make him more responsible. His insistence makes Vijay agree to a marriage but with a unique condition - a kind of a test drive! The marriage will be for a single year initially, and at the end of the year Vijay can choose to continue or not depending on his attitude towards his wife. His father picks Priya (Simran), his PA, who agrees to the condition because of problems plaguing her family. Unmoved by her devotion to him, Vijay opts to get out of the marriage after the year is over. But soon he realizes her worth and he wants her to come back, but now it's Priya's turn to say "no".
In 1933, 20,000 Japanese soldiers and 50 tanks invaded the Pa Tou Lou Tzu, a strategic key point of the Great Wall. With only seven men stationing, these heroes took on the entire army for five days before succumbing. Director Chang Cheh recreated this epic battle with his favorite cast including Ti Lung, David Chiang, Alexander Fu Sheng and Chen Kuan-tai, as a celluloid tribute to these nameless souls.
Relationships over time, have become complicated or maybe they were never that simple as they seem. Gandii Baat unravels such complexed relationships, closet issues, shocking truths, bizarre myths and unexplored space of men and women through a series of thrilling and exciting stories from the rural part of India. Each story is distinct from other but weaved with the thread of eccentricities which will leave you with unexpected twists and turns. In these stories you will see how people from rural India are deeply affected by their dark fantasies. And it's not just men, but even rural women going to any extent for the sake of sex - including heinous crimes as well! This is a show which will make your heart throb a lot faster.
Relationships, over time, have become complicated or maybe they were never that simple as they seem. These stories will make you see that whether you are in rural or urban India, sex is a ...