Old woman Anandi (Meena Kumari) moves to the city with her relatives and finds out their material side. She develops fondness for two rival street gangs of unemployed youth. These gangs are headed by two former friends turned foes in a time when society, politics and education are all losing their bearings in 1970s India. The film beautifully portrays how disillusioned unemployed youth get disaffected from society and education and become pawns in the game of politics.
Mum's calling, and Lisa isn't pleased. "Hi, It's Your Mother" is a shocking tragi-comedic stop motion short about family and blood(y) ties.
In Mexico, two teenage boys and an attractive older woman embark on a road trip and learn a thing or two about life, friendship, sex, and each other.
Sadly, Kaash... Mere Hote! relies on the age-old tricks that made masala films so popular with viewers in 1970s and 1980s. The movie throws logic out of the window [the obsessed girl is blessed with super-natural powers], unwanted songs keep popping up every 10 minutes [at times, every 5 minutes], there's a comedy track running parallel, with no connection whatsoever with the main plot. Simply put, Kaash... Mere Hote! is archaic, outdated!
Orphaned Raju, in the company of four elephants, has to perform with them at street corners, in order to keep alive. Slowly he amasses a fortune, and is able to build his own private zoo, housing tigers, lions, bears, and of course the four elephants. He treats all the animals as his friends. He meets with Tanu, and both fall in love. Tanu's dad, Ratanlal, is opposed to this alliance, but subsequently relents, and permits the young couple to get married. Tanu is unhappy with the amount of time Raju spends with his animal friends, and this causes some bitterness between them. Things do not improve when a child is born, as Tanu fears that one day the child will be harmed by one of the animals, and hence Raju is told to make a choice between his animal friends or his wife and son.
Maxim is a young Muscovite who journeys from Russia to the south of France to visit his mother in her home amidst the lofty mountains of Montagne Sainte-Victoire. He finds her in poor health and is overwhelmed with grief when she abruptly passes away. In the throes of mourning, he reconnects with his French half-sister Marie Louise, whom he hardly saw. Despite the language barrier and accustomed estrangement, the pair grows closer through their shared sense of loss.
Two Hindi boys (Arshad Warsi, Mukul Dev) learn that the same mother raised them because the hospital where they were born did not know which baby was hers.
Gayetri has been married to Rajendra Thakur for many years, and has given birth to a son, Rocky. One day Rajendra's friend, Chamanlal Chaurasia, informs him of his father's ailing health and possible demise, so Rajendra leaves, and does not return. When Gayetri finds his whereabouts, he refuses to recognize her, nor admit that he is Rocky's father. She brings Rocky, as well as daughter, Priyanka, on her own, and he gets recruited as a Police Inspector. He gets assigned to track down and arrest a gangster, Raja Thakur, and concludes that Rajendra and Raja are not only one and the same but he is also his biological father. Before Raja could be arrested, Gayetri, Priyanka, and Rocky's sweetheart, Diya, get abducted and plans are made to publicly execute them at a unique location.
“Nique ta mère!” (2004) is a 'Radikal-Re:Mix' of Kaganof's own Georges Bataille adaptation The Dead Man 2: Return of the Dead Man (1994) that incorporates new music and tons of new footage. The film was commissioned by the French industrial music outfit Tempsion. It premiered in Paris, March 2004, and was released as part of the RECTIFIER DVD/CD package in early 2005 on the Letrange Sonotheque label (MAL013).
Upon completing medical school, young, idealistic Dr. Anand Kumar (Dev Anand) moves to a small village intent on making a difference. Unfortunately, he finds that life sometimes gets in the way of principles. After tragedy strikes the doctor and his new bride (Mumtaz), his bitterness drives him to pursue wealth and power, transforming him into the type of man he once despised. But in winning a fortune, has Anand lost the love of his devoted wife?
Film starring Madan Puri and Jayshree T.
Vicky (Akshay Kumar) is an aspiring singer who is devoted to his true love, Anjali (Amisha Patel). He gets a big offer from a music company in Canada and accepts it. In Canada, he meets the owner of the company, Natasha (Karisma Kapoor). Natasha helps Vicky become a star, however, Vicky is unaware of Natasha's hidden motives. Natasha knew Vicky in college and harboured a deep infatuation for him. Natasha's father had warned her that her love for Vicky can never be, as Vicky loved Anjali, but she refused to listen. When Natasha's father died in a car accident, Natasha, with no one else to love, put all her love and devotion on Vicky aside, and has been alone ever since.
Documents a woman's actual pregnancy; the emotions, the affects on her husband and first-born child, the birth itself via Caesarean section, and her struggle to return to work and a social life, while still being a good mother.
It is said true friendship never ends, no matter what. The whole story revolves around the married life of three friends. Two of them are dominated by their wives. They are living a dull and no-fun life. One is smart enough to maintain balance in his married life & personal life. He enjoys the company of other girls and leads a life of playboy. He, with a great effort, convinces his friends to believe in his philosophy of married life. This happens to be the start of troubles for his friends and almost break their homes. Out of fear, they try to make him understand the risks involved there in and also, try to stop him. But, he is smart enough to have narrow escapes every time. Meanwhile, his wife faces pregnancy problems and danger to her life. Now, he realizes that he is at fault, feels sorry for his misdeeds and fix up his friend's home. But as Men will be Men, so will be our Kamineys.