A dysfunctional family is in turmoil after the son of a mild-mannered man accuses his wife of having an affair.
Vikas, the son of a successful lawyer, disagrees with his father over his choice for his life partner; and marries his girlfriend Aarti. They enjoy the bliss of marriage, breaking away from the custom of staying with his widower father. Returning home from a date, they encounter a traumatic incident that makes headline news. This incident changes their lives forever. The trauma keeps intruding into their day to day lives. When Aarti's mother leaves town to take up a new job, the pressure on Aarti and Vikas brings them into the abyss of despair. Can they crawl out of self-hate and emotional estrangement and rekindle their love?
A Kafkaesque tale about a young couple (Naseeruddin Shah and Deepti Naval) that moves to the city from a village with the hope of finding privacy and freedom, which are unavailable in the joint family system.
Set in early 20th-century rural Bengal, Daak Ghar tells the story of Amal, a young boy with an incurable illness who gets caught up in the world outside of his windo.
Action - Having delivered a child before marriage, Gul entrusts the baby to her driver, Kishan, to whom she gives money for her daughter, Sona. When Gul decides to see Sona, she discovers that Kishan & Sona have disappeared. *Subtitles not available for this feature* - Mumtaz Ali, Mumtaz Begum, Shail Chaturvedi
Rato Ghar revolves around Jhakhmale (Wilson), Tukki (Gaurav Pahari), Korean (Anurag Kuwar) and Kartikey (Sanyam Puri) and shows their crime drama unconventionally. It is a social drama movie covering comedy, action and thriller that shows bad effects of ambition of money.
I am going home
A family's struggle to work their way out of poverty descends into a feud when deception, education, and pride are put on the line.
In a north Indian village, a family reunites at their ancestral house to celebrate a new birth in the family. It’s a joyous, carefree occasion. Over the next two decades, through festivals and feasts, births and deaths, the film observes the house age, and the relentlessness of passing time straying and fraying familial ties.
When Arun's true love, Asha, goes missing after a car accident, he settles for another bride to please his mother. But when Arun's path collides with Dr. Ramesh, who is treating the gravely injured Asha in a hospital, will the couple reunite? Love and tragedy strike in this drama from director Kalpataru, starring Rishi Kapoor, Aruna Irani, Jayapradha, Madhavi, Kader Khan and Raj Babbar.
Young, attractive, and compassionate Janki Deshmukh lives in a small flat with her elderly mom, Basanti; her disabled father who is awaiting a Court decision for compensation for losing his left arm; brother Mangesh who is busy looking for a job; younger sister, Sharuvir alias Sharu; and a physically handicapped brother, Banthu. She works as a Receptionist, with an employer, Jagdish, who secretly adores her.
Mala is the daughter of Kishanlal who works as a servant with a wealthy family. One day Mala meets with the owner of this family, who is so impressed with Mala that he asks for her hand in marriage for his fourth son, Gopal, which Kishanlal humbly accepts. As a result, Mala gets married to Gopal, and moves in to their palatial home. While Mala is extremely helpful and sweet-natured, the rest of the daughters-in-law, three of them, are quite the opposite.
A joint family consisting of three brothers Prem (Shashi Kapoor), Vijay (Raj Kiran) and Ravi (Mithun Chakraborty) are leading a happy and prosperous life. They consider their house temple of Love. However, destiny has its own plans for them when Prem gets killed. Seth Dharampal (Kader Khan) also wants to cheat them. Would Ravi alone be able to save his home? Would Seth Dharampal succeed in his evil intentions?
A marathi movie directed by Bhaskar Jadhav
A woman from a wealthy family enters into an arranged marriage. While she is instantly taken with her husband, she is shocked to discover the holy man who arranged the wedding had neglected to mention he lives in poverty, sharing a tiny shanty house with his extended family. The musical drama, starring Jaya Bhaduri and Anil Dhawan.
Rambabu is the eldest of four sons in this family. He has brought up his three younger brothers, Shyam, Sohan, and Mohan, with love and fatherly care together with his wife, Sita. Sita has a younger sister, Gita, who also lives with them, is a child-widow. Ram does not approve of anyone refering to Gita as such. Ram decides that it is time for Shyam and Sohan to get married, and he picks their brides for them. Shyam marries Mona, and Sohan marries Sheela. With the entry of these two new wives, the equilibrium of love and respect is disrupted, as both want more control and demand more respect, which leads to clashes and quarrels all round, and changes in the lives of all the inhabitants.
The milieu is an upper middle-class joint family, with the mother treating her son's wife shabbily. The son, an educated man working as a lawyer, is unable to handle the situation at home and turns to drink.