Based upon the life of actress Parveen Babi, this film describes the life of a schizophrenic actress Sana Azim, and the love of her life - Aditya Garewal.
Maya, coming from poor family, is married to the affluent Dr. Anand; but she tries to commit suicide on the nuptial night. She tells Anand that she was in love with Prem whose ambition was to be a music director. He too was in love with her but thought she would not be happy as his wife. Anand tells Maya that he had married her only for his mother who was on her death bed. When the mother dies Anand wants to unite Prem and Maya but Prem says it is against Hindu culture and disappears from their life.
Lucknow based Mithilesh Shukla, is a regular, nondescript sort of a guy, who has washed his hands off marriage, until his nagging mom and her concerned brother get him to see Veena as a prospective bride. Veena is beautiful, cultured, educated and pretty much everything Mithilesh wants. She is also leggy, a good 6" taller than our hero. This doesn't concern him too much, until he overhears people talk and laugh at his relative lack of stature/looks. Everyday situations, such as driving a scooter, with a tall wife towering from the back-seat, or a fawning doodh-wala (milk-man) delivering milk, become a nagging headache for the insecure Mithilesh. More problems crop up when Veena's good college friend, the TALL, worldly, smart Akash moves into the flat next door, and jealousy consumes Mithilesh, leading him into a quagmire of problems, which threaten to rip apart his life.
Job-hunting, on his way from Goa to Mahabuleshwar , Shekhar Kapoor ends up at Laila's Bar, is mistaken for a contract killer by Pratap Singh and Laila, and is instructed to kill Sonali, ...
Little Poupe' comes to her Grandfather, a celebrated author, for the first time when her mother falls seriously ill. Her gloomy stay in the age old mansion with a grumpy faced Mary Aunty and a lonesome Grandfather slowly takes a turn with the arrival of a circus troupe, a talking fox, a nagging tiger, a magic tree and WOH, the anonymous commoner from the Grandfather's writing. With WOH intruding the ordinary day to day activities, Poupe' and her 'Daddu's' life takes a sudden leap and becomes adventurous...WOH is inspired by Rabindranath Tangore's novel "Shey" (That Fellow) written in Shantiniketan, 1937 about his own relationship with Grand Daughter Nandini.
The story of the dysfunctional Tounsia family where Zakia, the matriarch of the family loves her son Selim to the point of enslaving the rest of the family. And the rest of the family just want one thing, and that is for Selim to get married and be out of their lives forever.
Woh Chokri (वह छोकरी) is a Hindi movie starring Pallavi Joshi, Neena Gupta, Paresh Rawal, Om Puri and is directed by Subhankar Ghosh .
When he's framed for murder by Seth Damodardas, Radheyshyam gives his daughter Hasina to be raised by Gypsies. Years later, he must protect her again when she falls for Harish, making her a rival to Seth's daughter, who also likes the young man. When Radheyshyam discovers that Seth is planning to kill Hasina, he's faced with a threefold challenge: save his daughter, secure her happiness, and expose Seth's past and present evil deeds.
Indian film starring Arjan Bajwa, Rajat Bedi and Gaurav Chanana
Adam and Eve are banished to Earth to live as Ranjeet and Sharda. They live in harmony until Ranjeet carries out an affair with his beautiful secretary, and has to repent when his wife finds out.
1987 Hindi drama film written and directed by Sudhir Mishra, in a directorial debut. It starred Manohar Singh, Habib Tanvir, B. M. Shah, Pankaj Kapur, Sushmita Mukherjee and Naseeruddin Shah in lead roles
One stormy night, a doctor offers a ride to a ghostly woman he meets on the side of the road. Later, he discovers his intended bride is identical in appearance to the ghost. Who was she and why does she haunt him?
A forest conservator works with a tribal clan during the British rule over India. He consciously does several marriages to expose the sly men who are playing with the sacred institution of marriage.
John Vaseegaran is a young man who ranks fifth richest millionaire in India and 30th on the international level. The plot opens in a graveyard where Vaseegran's parents' funeral takes place. He is not disturbed by the demise of his parents as he had not been showered with any affection by them instead concentrated only on making money. A lady of his community expresses her condolence to him and leaves. While getting into her car she finds her diamond ring is missing and screams; the lost ring is in Vaseegaran's pocket. Vasee inherits the huge property of his parents and becomes the chairman of 32 companies in his twenties. Though rich he seeks true motherhood affection. He imagines his dream girl and names her Cinderella. He is a Kleptomaniac. He consults his family doctor for a solution. The doctor instructs him to get into love.
Ramlal Sharma lives a poor life-style with two sons Ratanlal Sharma and Sanjaylal Sharma. Both sons attend Model School for the poorer folks. Rantanlal excels at everything he does including his studies and outdoor activities while Sanjaylal is a no good slacker who loves to enjoy himself with his friends and have everything done without any hard work. Both sons run a small café providing eatable
An unconventional woman, gains immense success in her professional life but things take a turn when she meets a guy, who wants to be a house husband.
Thirteen-year-old Bastien is the center of a reconstructed family: 6 half-brothers and sisters, 8 "parents," and as many houses. His tasks within the family are far more complex than what he has to do at school. But enough's enough: the children decide to wage a revolution and turn the rules upside down. All together, the squat a large apartment and now it'll be up to the parents to come to them!