Love. Romance. Sex. Any combination of this is a relationship. Watching a movie together, whispering sweet nothings, walking on the beach — other similar moments of intimacy, small things that define a happy couple. But what happens when the foundations are decaying, when what we cherish turn into moments of degradation? What do you do when your life becomes parasitic, feeding on love? What happens when you are not what you say you are and you don’t know? No one knows. Does this romance encounter reality? How does this encounter end?
An anthology of ten short films dealing with diverse subjects such as infidelity, companionship, lust and a spectrum of human emotions.
Drama about a family with three brothers and three sisters with a core of bitterness undermining the harmony among the family.
A man tries to help an alien from Venus find true love on Earth.
Like many couples without the privacy of a home, they meet on Marine Drive, sit in an Irani café, make out in the back of a taxi and check into a lodge that rents out rooms by the hour.
Dharmendra plays a suave CID Officer who romances Babita on board a ship and slowly we get to the plot which involves Babita's dad who dies under mysterious circumstances leaving behind a huge " property" and an evil looking uncle Pran who is after it and her.. Nothing is as it seems as the sinister plot unfolds and our innocent heroine is under threat of losing her sanity and perhaps her life.. Unless of course the hero manages to unravel the plot and save them all..It involves the mystery of dead body in a coffin and things that go bump in the night.
Troublemaker Premshankar tricks Mr Pinto into buying a dilapidated flat to pay for expenses of the Happy Club. He finds himself on the receiving end when he falls in love with Jenny.
Centered on ex-mixed martial arts artist Sooraj and sculptor artist Jenny. Their fate intertwines when their past are revealed in their blooming relationship.
This is a Biopic of a handicapped Irs officer Ajay Singh who is presently deputed as Deputy commissioner of income tax at ranchi (Jharkhand). First time in Indian film history the same Irs ...
A man falls in love with a ghost spirit of his girlfriend.
A local don locks horns with the new cop, who has come to his place, but both are not what they initially seem to be.
During the Japanese invasion of China, a young Indian doctor joins the Chinese resistance, meets and courts a Chinese girl, cures a virulent plague, and is captured by a Japanese platoon...
Diyva and Karan Saxena are in love and plan to marry. Karan has a younger step-brother, Vivek Saxena who he looks after him as though he were his own brother. Divya and Vivek hang out with quite a few young people of their own age, Atul, Vijay, Prem, Ashok, Nita, Rashmi, Niki, and Priti, just to name a few. Two male members try to sexually molest Divya, and get a sound thrashing from Karan. After apologizing, these two members decide to avenge their beating and humiliation. After entrapping Divya, they sexually molest her to such an extent that Divya attempts to kill herself. Unknown to Divya, she was the lover of Kapil a snake with magical powers, in a previous life. Their love life was shattered by an angry sage who cursed them with separation until the 21st century. Divya, who was called Vasundhara in her previous life, dies after this curse, and is reborn as Divya.
Three different stories set in India of men struggling to understand their relationships with women.
A thief vows to go straight after one short prison term but severe monetary need forces him to commit a robbery on behalf of his employer, which leads to him being framed for a murder.
Hamari Adhuri Kahani (English: Our Incomplete Story) is a 2015 Indian romantic drama directed by Mohit Suri and produced by Mahesh Bhatt under the banner Vishesh Films and Fox Star Studios. The film stars Emraan Hashmi, Vidya Balan, and Rajkummar Rao. It is based on the love story of Bhatt's parents, Nanabhai Bhatt, Shirin Mohammad Ali and his stepmother.
A once thriving reception hall has been reduced to catering to the funeral business and the somber rituals of death. The owner, Soleimani, is a sour, lonely and unloved old man who treats his workers with contempt, inflicting small cruelties whenever possible. Embittered and seeing a psychologist, he decides he will close the business in twenty days, sending his staff, already fighting just to get by, into a state of fear and uncertainty. Like a close-knit family, the staff members endure their daily suffering together. These good-hearted people include an ostracized young widow trying to survive with her daughter; a chef with a paralyzed arm who has a demanding wife; and two young men, working but homeless, who must sleep in the company's truck. Despite Soleimani's indifference to their plight, the people on his staff have retained their hope and humanity. As the threat of closure nears, they work together to save the hall and at the same time attend to each others' emotional needs.
Two widowed sisters thwart a love match when they try to arrange marriages for their respective children.
Rajesh Khanna is in love with Mumtaz in their college days. But he chooses to become revolutionary freedom fighter and abandons Mumtaz due to the fear that he might die during his struggle leaving her as a widow. The vicissitude of time, however, gets Mumtaz married to Shashi Kapoor, a police inspector, and also a friend of Rajesh Khanna. Rajesh Khanna takes refuge at Shashi Kapoor's government quarters and encounters his past as he meets Mumtaz again. Eventually, Shashi Kapoor gets to know of their past relationship. He is encountered with the challenge of believing the chastity of his marriage or the doubt in his mind whether his trust has been broken while he was away from home on duty. Rajesh Khanna takes the lead and gets himself killed by Mumtaz to convince him that Mumtaz indeed loved Shashi Kapoor and not him.
Kahan Gaye Woh Log is an Indian television series that aired on Doordarshan network's national channel, DD National in 1985. The series is based on the theme of Patriotism, and tells the story of people fighting for their nation, India, who have sacrificed their future for future of other Indians living in India. The title itself reflects the meaning i.e. 'Where are the Patriots?' A serial full of patriotism is said to have started the 'Golden Era' of Patriotic TV Serials. The serial received overwhelming response since the beginning. This serial was awarded 'Aadhaarshila Award' for Best Patriotic Serial which was given by of then Vice President of India Mr. Shankar Dayal Sharma. Manoj Kumar also played a major role in the success of this serial.
Story revolves around the life of a young woman, who is trying to resolve tensions between her father, who runs a restaurant in city of Karachi called Alfonso, and mother, an artist residing in Florida. With the help of friends, she takes on the task of saving her family restaurant from going into ruins, and her family from breaking into pieces.
Kamrup Ki Kahani was an Indian soap opera that aired in the 1990s, directed by Ruma Ghosh.
Do Lafzon Ki Kahani is an Indian television series that aired on Sahara TV now as Sahara One. The story revolves around the 3 generation of a family: a mother, her adoptive daughter, and her granddaughter. The series premiered on June 20, 2001 and starrs Bollywood film actress Helen.
Bible Ki Kahaniya was an Indian epic period serial based on Christian scriptures of the Bible in Hindi language. It was one of the first serials in India to involve high budget and use of fast paced technology. The television program was originally telecast on Doordarshan in the early 1993 to late 1995, but DD stopped its telecast abruptly because there was fear of communal tension due to certain episodes, in view of threats from Kashmiri militants, objection from some Hindu elements, differences between the production team and channel and budget issues. The characters were played by popular Bollywood stars including Kabir Bedi as Abraham and Urmila Matondkar.
Kahani Saat Pheron Ki is a Hindi-language television series that aired on the national channel of India, DD National. Due to its popularity, the series was also shown on TV Asia and AZN Television channels in USA.
Kahani Chandrakanta Ki was an Indian fantasy television series based on Devaki Nandan Khatri's second novel Chandrakanta Santati. The series premiered on Sahara One on June 6, 2011, and is produced by known television producer Sunil Agnihotri.
Astitva - Ek Prem Kahani was a Hindi-language soap opera that aired on Zee TV channel for about four years. The story focuses on the concept of women's identity through the character of Dr. Simran, who embodies patience, consistency and suppression in a subtle way. She is a gynecologist who enters a complex situation when she marries a man 10 years younger than herself. It shows the ensuing struggles in her life.
The story revolves around two couples. The first couple, Wamaj and Raima to an upper-middle-class family and have been married for the past eight years despite their hatred for each other. The second couple is that of Abrar and Manahil, who love each other but cannot marry owing to financial constrains.
Gajab Desh Ki Ajab Kahaniyaan is an Indian television show hosted by actress and item girl Rakhi Sawant and created by UTV Software Communications which air on NDTV Imagine. Rakhi will be seen in the second season of her earlier show Rakhi Ka Insaaf on Imagine TV. The show will bear a new title. Going by the name, on the show Rakhi will be hearing and solving out some bizarre cases of a particular celebrity and a common man. Unlike the last season of Rakhi Ka Insaaf, which was on some very serious note and controversies, this show will be more on a lighter and comical note.
After a plane crash, a devoted wife learns that her life and marriage is all a lie.