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At the stroke of midnight on August 15th, 1947, as India declares independence from Great Britain, two babies are switched at birth by a nurse in a Bombay hospital. And so it is that Saleem Sinai, the bastard child of a beggar woman, and Shiva, the only son of a wealthy couple, are fated to live the destinies meant for each other.
Over the next three decades, Saleem and Shiva find themselves on opposite sides of many a conflict, whether it be because of class, politics, romantic rivalry, or the constantly shifting borders that are drawn every time neighbors become enemies and decide to split their newborn nation into two, and then three, warring countries. Through it all, the lives of Saleem and Shiva are mysteriously intertwined.
They are also inextricably linked to the history of India itself, which takes them on a whirlwind journey full of trials, triumphs and disasters.
Ishaa Ishaan is an 8 year old whose world is filled with wonders that no one else seems to appreciate; colours, fish, dogs and kites are just not important in a world of adults much more interested in things like homework, grades and neatness. Ishaa just cannot seem to get anything right in class. When he gets into far more trouble than his parents can handle, he is packed off to a boarding school to be disciplined. Things are no different at his new school, and Ishaa has to contend with the added trauma of separation from his family. A new art teacher infects the students with joy and optimism and breaks all the rules of how things are done by asking them to think, dream and imagine. All the children respond with enthusiasm except Ishaa. The teacher soon realizes that Ishaa is unhappy and sets out to discover why. With time, patience and care, he ultimately helps Ishaa find himself.
Tigmanshu Dhulia writes and directs this Bollywood romantic thriller sequel continuing the story of royal scandal. Aditya Pratap Singh (Jimmy Shergill) is attempting to overcome a crippling disability and his wife Madhavi Devi (Mahie Gill)'s adultery, and she in turn is dealing with an addiction to alcohol. Meanwhile, Prince Indarjeet Singh (Irrfan Khan) tries to repair the damage done to his family by Aditya's predecessors.
Indian suspense thriller directed by Reema Kagti and starring Aamir Khan. While investigating the suspicious death of a famous movie star, top cop Surjan Singh Sekhawat (Khan) is drawn into the world of the red-light district where he seeks the answers to the case. Battling with his own grief and failing marriage due to the death of his son, an enigmatic prostitute called Rosie (Kareena Kapoor) helps him overcome his demons and repair his relationship with his wife while offering her help in his enquiries.
East meets West in this exuberant musical Bollywood remake of the Jane Austen novel. When Mr Balraj (Naveen Andrews) - a highly eligible bachelor - arrives from London to take up residence next door to the Bakshi family, he causes quite a stir: the Bakshis have four unmarried daughters, and have high hopes for their new neighbour. But Lalita (Aishwarya Rai), their clever and headstrong second daughter, is skeptical about her family's plans, and when she meets Mr Balraj's best friend, American hotelier Will Darcy (Martin Henderson), she is confirmed in the belief that her reservations are well-placed. Where social status provided the impediments between Elizabeth and Darcy in Austen's novel, it is the cultural divide that keeps Lalita and Darcy apart in Gurinder Chadha's film. But can love win, and this divide be bridged? The film was shot on location in India and the US.
David Dhawan writes and directs this Bollywood romantic comedy remake. Friends Sid (Ali Zafar), Jai (Siddharth) and Omi (Divyendu Sharma) share a house in Goa but while Jai and Omi spend much of their time chasing women, Sid leads a more sensible way of life. Jai and Omi both set their sights on pretty new neighbour Seema (Tapsee Pannu) but she seems more interested in their shy housemate, much to their chagrin.
Akshay Kumar, Kajal Aggarwal and Manoj Bajpai star in this Bollywood crime thriller inspired by the story of real life conmen who performed a number of heists in the 1980s. Targeting businessmen and politicians alike, the tricksters masquerade as CBI officers and carry out income tax raids, keeping any valuable finds for themselves. How long can they convincingly pull off their disguise?
As the romantic monsoon rains loom, the extended Verma family reunites from around the globe for a last-minute arranged marriage in New Delhi.
Monsoon Wedding traces five intersecting stories, each navigating different aspects of love as they cross boundaries of class, continent and morality. The film celebrates a contemporary India never seen before.
An exuberant family drama set in director Mira Nair's beloved Punjabi culture, where ancient tradition and dot-com modernity combine in unique and perfect harmony.
In Hindi and English with English subtitles.
Bollywood gangster drama. In the 1970s and '80s, Sultan Mirza (Ajay Devgun) is one of Mumbai's most powerful gangsters. Having worked his way up from a boyhood of poverty, he has taken on the mantle of 'Messiah of Mumbai', owing to his reputation for looking after the city's poor. When policeman's son Shoaib Khan (Emraan Hashmi) comes to work for Mirza, he soon makes himself indispensable and Mirza comes to rely on him as his right-hand man. But a power struggle is building up between the two men that threatens to destroy them both and cause shockwaves through the city that depends on them.
Bollywood romance set in Mumbai and following three different couples who maintain their relationships despite the pressures of city life. Each couple has their own way of connecting - be it through the soul, the mind, or the heart. But they all have one thing in common - no matter what age, love is what keeps them going.
Bollywood comedy directed by Neeraj Vora and produced by Anil Kapoor. The film tells the story of Bollywood hopeful Raju (Arshad Warsi), who manages to hit the big time as a film star after stealing a script from struggling director Shekhar (Akshaye Khanna). Amrita Rao co-stars as Shekhar's lead actress and fiancee Mansi.
Aishwarya Rai stars in this magical romantic drama. Tilo (Rai) is an Indian immigrant who opens a spice shop in California and gives advice to her customers on their cooking. But she is also a mythical 'Mistress of Spices', who can help people achieve their deepest desires by a careful mix of the right spices. But when she begins to fall in love, she starts to find the rules that govern her actions restrictive, and prepares to let human nature take its own course.
Bollywood comedy following the adventures of an antique store owner who decides to sue the highest authority after a tornado destroys his shop. Kanjibhai (Paresh Rawal) is distraught when a natural disaster ruins his business and the insurance company decline to pay out on the basis that the event was an 'act of God'. Naturally, Kanjibhai sets out to sue God for the damages! This brings him into conflict with the religious authorities of his town, though Lord Krishna (Akshay Kumar) isn't too pleased with Kanjibhai either...
Bollywood romance following Mickey (Aftab Shivdasani), a 12-year-old boy who has a perfect life. He has a great family, a best friend and an angel - Mitika (Aamna Shariff), the woman he loves. However he is crushed when he discovers he is adopted and, when Mitika calls him a 'kid', he runs away in despair. He then wishes to grow up and is surprised when his wish comes true. But, in his new state, can he remain part of his family and win the heart of his true love?
Bollywood drama. 20-year-old Akash Verma (Adhyayan Suman) dreams of being a successful singing sensation but in reality he is yet to find the voice which will take him to the top. He lets his older sister Nisha (Shahana Goswami) support him while he freeloads through life as a struggling musician up to the point where she becomes the mistress of rich businessman, Aman Bajaj (Humayun Saeed). It is only after he has hit rock bottom that he realises what he has become and faces up to his meagre existence. He hates what his sister has had to do in order to support him and he hates Aman even more. Ironically, while he is at his lowest point it is Sara (Anjana Sukhani), Aman's sister, who helps him find the courage to follow his dream. Driven by the harsh realities of life's lessons and the support of Sara, Akash finally discovers himself and his voice and becomes an overnight star.
Bollywood romantic comedy. When Hindu Nikhil (Aftab Shivdasani) returns home from the USA, he meets and falls in love with a Muslim girl Aamna (Aamna Shariff). Knowing that his family will be against an inter-religious marriage, Nikhil tries a novel approach to changing their minds: he introduces an American girl, Nikki (Linda Arsenio), as his girlfriend, and pretends that Aamna is her friend. He then does all he can to highlight Nikki's bad habits, and to show Aamna in the best possible light. But can he ever hope to win his mother round?
Fast-paced Bollywood comedy in which a variety of demands are placed upon a young man. The dying wish of Major Ram Sharma (Shakrukh Khan)'s father is that he search out and reunite with his 'family', a stepmother (Kirron Kher) and stepbrother (Zayed Khan). At the same time, it is Ram's duty to infiltrate the college of his commanding officer's daughter, Sanjana (Amrita Rao), and protect her from the clutches of the evil Raghavan (Suneil Shetty).
Bollywood action drama about a police inspector who faces tough challenges when he witnesses corruption in the workplace. New recruit Sub-Inspector Mohit Kumar (Mohit Ahlawat) at first believes his boss, Senior Police Inspector Hanumant Singh (Nana Patekar), to be under harsh scrutiny from the media but later realises that he has been engaging in unlawful activity. Already put in a difficult position by this, the situation gets worse for Mohit when his journalist girlfriend, Varsha (Rimi Sen), is kidnapped by Islamic terrorists...
Ensemble piece focusing on the lives of a group of Indian call-centre workers who are about to hear some bad news. About to lose his girlfriend because his career is going nowhere, Shyam (Sharman Joshi) is under pressure. But he's not the only one. Of his fellow workers, Esha (Isha Koppikar) is a struggling model who's just waiting for the one lucky break that will send her career into orbit; Radhika (Amrita Arora), a housewife, has had enough of being at the sharp end of her mother-in-law's tongue, and Military Uncle (Sharat Saxena) has been forbidden from seeing his grandchild. And if their lives aren't bad enough already, they're about to hear from their boss, Bakshi (Dalip Tahil), that the company has to find some manpower savings.
Black comedy from India about a case of mistaken identity when struggling actor VK (Ranvir Shore) with an uncanny resemblance to underworld don Raje (Shore again) becomes involved with the gang out to kill him.
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