A tragedy that tells the story of murder, sex and redemption against the backdrop of a dead-end town.
A tragedy that tells the story of murder, sex and redemption against the backdrop of a dead-end town.
A man agrees to an arranged marriage, but with an unusual qualification.
A routine story, the tale begins with the life of Muthuraj (puneet) whose only aim in life is to become a great actor. With this, he comes out of his village and goes to the city in search of good offers. Soon, he finds the offer of a junior artist and then, one of the associate directors realizes his potential and decides to cast him as the hero. However, trouble arises when the leading lady Parvathi (Priyanka Kothari) walks out of the project. Realizing that his career would be at stake, Muthuraj decides to convince Parvathy and she has her own set of problems with her relatives who are linked to the underworld. What happens from there forms the rest of the story.
The story is set in a rural area around Madurai, in the village called Parithiyur. Paruthiveeran (Karthi) is a country brash, He is often arrested for petty crimes. His one ambition in life is to gain enough notoriety to be on TV news and to be thrown into Madras Jail. He often bullies Paruthiyur villagers for money, women and fun. He lives with his doting uncle Chevvaazhai (Saravanan) who pampers and accompanies him in every misbehavior to keep him happy. His cousin Muththazhagu (Priyamani) is the daughter of a caste fanatic who is a prominent person in the village’s council. Muththazhagu loves him more than her life, but he remains unmoved and keeps her at bay. As a kid, Paruthiveeran saved her from drowning in a well. And she promises to marry him and be by his side forever. She starts loving him passionately against her parents’ will. In order to delay her marriage with anybody else, she fails herself in school to be in the same grade/class. At times he is violent too. When he understands her true love for him and decides to marry her, the feud between the two families comes in the way. Determined as he is to possess her, he warns her against marrying someone of her parents’ choice. He even threatens to cut her into pieces. Undeterred by his threats, her parents press ahead with the preparations for her marriage with a man of their choice. Since Muththazhagu is not able to convince her parents, she runs away from home wanting to elope with Paruthiveeran. However, she gets kidnapped and brutally raped, when she is found by Paruthiveeran. Muththazhagu beseeches Paruthiveeran, to cut her into pieces, as she is anyway dying and does not want anybody to find her. Paruthiveeran, on her request hence chops her corpse into pieces, and is walking away, when he is found by Muththazhagu’s father and other relatives. Assuming him to be her kidnapper and Killer, they beat him to death. Thus ends the story of Paruthiveeran and Muththazhagu.
The take on death penalty told through the story of a temperamental villager caught in between two village clans. Told through an offbeat screenplay inspired by Korosawa’s Rashomon, the film narrates two versions of the same incidents. ‘Virumaandi’ is exhibition of filmmaking & culture of the land it depicts at its very best.
Vijay Verma is a rich, selfish playboy who enjoys playing with women by giving a fake name to every girl. His friend, Gopal, tells him several times to stop this act otherwise he will regret it. One day, Vijay meets Seema and falls in love with her and after a few meetings. During a separation, Seema sends Vijay a letter about her father agreeing to marriage with Vijay. He replies saying that he will leave immediately to get to her place. After the marriage, Seema finds out that the person who has married her is none other then Gopal and he has tricked into marrying her knowing Vijay loves her too.
Johnny (Pawan Kalyan) is an orphan and a martial arts coach. He falls in love with another orphan called Geetha (Renu Desai), who is a teacher. They get married. Later on, it is revealed that Geetha suffers from blood cancer. She needs lots of money to get operated. Rest of the story is about how Johnny managed to get the money through fights to save Geetha.
Rocky is a man who lives in India with his parents. He is in love with a woman named Neha. Rocky’s weakness is that he is very hot-tempered. He very often gets into fights. One day he gets into a fight with a criminal named Anthony and beats Anthony up. Anthony finds out that Rocky has a girlfriend named Neha. He abducts her and then kills her. He mocks at Rocky. An angered Rocky loses control of himself, making his family turn him away. The family eventually go abroad to England. Rocky and his hot temper are the only ones left behind. What will Rocky do now?
Post-September 11, 2001, Zaid Ahmed Khan lives a wealthy lifestyle in Mumbai and resides in an apartment at Shanti Kutir, Juhu Tara Road, Mumbai, and works as an Assistant Commissioner of Police. He is of marriageable age, and his marriage is arranged with Sarha, who is the daughter of Parvez, sister of Dhanish, and grand-daughter of Saeed Noor Bux, who are based in Nasik. The two get married in Udaipur, and subsequently Sarha re-locates to live with Zaid in Mumbai. One day terrorists strike at a club, killing 20 people, & critically injuring several others. The Police are put on alert, and Zaid is summoned to Police Headquarters to identify a body. To his shock the body turns out to be that of Sarha – who was not a victim but was a suicide-bomber. Before he could get over this shock, Zaid is arrested by Anti-Terrorist Squad Chief Raj Mehra and questioned for several days. The media, his friends, including fellow police officers, already believe that he is guilty. Finally, after several days, he is freed, much to the chagrin of opposition parties who believe that Zaid is being freed because of political reasons. While trying to put his life together, Zaid comes across evidence that Sarha may have had an hand in the killings, and thus intrigued he decides to travel to Nasik to find out what really happened, whether his devout Islamic wife was really a terrorist or the victim of a deep-rooted conspiracy.
Veera Reddy (Ahuti Prasad), his wife and their child Aadi Keshava Reddy (Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao Jr./Jr. NTR) return to their home estate in Rayalaseema from America. Veera had left his father’s vast estate under the management of Siva Reddy (Rajan P Dev), but realized that he was corrupt and cruel to the villagers. Siva discovers that Veera is intent on distributing the estate among the villagers so they can provide for themselves. Since Siva doesn’t wish to lose his lordship over them, he murders the family. Aadi escapes the massacre with Veeranna (Chalapati Rao), a trusted agent of Veera, and is raised as his own. Twelve years later, a grown Aadi is attending college where he meets and falls in love with Nandu (Keerthi Chawla). He returns home from his exile in Hyderabad and meets with several villagers, only to find out that they have been falsely imprisoned for years for the murder of his parents. He vows vengeance against Siva Reddy and promises to distribute the lands as his father had planned. His trusted “uncle” Veeranna shows him how to check his emotions and plan his moves well. However, he is not aware that his love, Nandu, is none other than Siva’s daughter.
Amongst the communal riots that erupt in the city, Tara shelters a wayward Sakina from a crazed mob and a bond that blossoms into love is created. The two eventually get married and have a son. The happy family, now living in Amritsar, gets the shock of their lives when Sakina learns that her father (Amrish Puri), whom she previously believed died in the riots back in Amritsar, is still alive after seeing his picture in a tattered, old newspaper. Upon contacting him, Sakina’s father, now the mayor of Lahore in Pakistan, arranges for his daughter to arrive in Lahore to see him. Sakina leaves for Lahore minus Tara and her son, and upon reaching the city, learns of her father’s plans for her – plans that include forcing Sakina to forget about her family and start life anew in Pakistan. Then begins an extraordinary journey which will lead Tara to cross the border into Pakistan to find his love Sakina.
A man comes to Chennai with a mission to find his brother, who had run away from his house about two decades ago. But a series of events make them both a part of unexpected happenings.
Karan, born in Calcutta, and Khushi, born in the small village of Chamoli, are destined to meet despite the distance between the two. Karan wants to go Canada to further her studies–but due to an accident that takes place, he is forced to continue his studies in Mumbai University. Khushi’s father believes that for a girl the education that she has receives is enough and now she should stay with him and marry a boy who is ready to be his son-in-law. But Khushi insists on pursuing her education in Mumbai University. At the University Karan’s friend Vicky and Khushi’s friend Priya are in love, but are having relationship problems. Karan and Khushi decide to help Vicky and Priya come together, but end up making a romantic connection with each other.
Shiva a bus conductor has another face of life in which he helps the physically challenged with a series of robbery. Reason being quite personal because of the ill treatment of his mentally challenged and handicapped brother. Will he be able to continue his cause..
A dash of style with loads of attitude and a hunger to reach the stars, LAFANGEY PARINDEY is about a group of youngsters living in the backstreets of Mumbai. It is an unusual love story of Nandu (Neil Nitin Mukesh) and Pinky(Deepika Padukone) whose path to love is paved by friendship, grit and hope. He is wild. He is born to fight. He is One-Shot Nandu. For the raw, champion street fighter, one-shot is literally what it takes. Absolutely wild, fierce, and hungry to win, this fighter takes boxing to a new level by knocking down his opponents – BLINDFOLDED. Needless to say, One-Shot lives life on his own terms and is a local hero amongst his friends. But all that soon changes, when he meets Pinky Palkar. She is blind. She is born to fly. She is Pinky Palkar. A unique girl, a powerhouse of talent. On one hand she works at a regular, boring 9-to-5 job at a mall but on the other hand, she is a kickass dancer on skates. Strong headed, talented and fiercely ambitious – these traits make up Pinky Palkar’s deadly personality. Her life’s ambition is only one – to rise above all the ‘losers’ living in her locality and carve a niche for herself. She will use her talent to show the others that she can win in life. There is only one, tiny, obstacle – She is blind. LAFANGEY PARINDEY. Two different personalities. Two different lives. Destined to meet. Set in the grungy streets of Mumbai, LAFANGEY PARINDEY is an unusual, edgy love story about the never say die spirit even when your last chip is down. It is an intriguing journey of a blindfolded street fighter and a blind dancer who, along with four friends, set out to achieve the impossible. Born wild, will one-shot Nandu ever learn to love? Born to fly, will Pinky Palkar ever learn to see?
Scientist Sanjay Mehra devises a computer that is capable of contacting aliens. His happiness is cut short when the scientists at a space-research center scoff at him and refuse to believe his claims. While returning home with his pregnant wife, he glimpses an alien spaceship, and, in the resulting confusion, he cannot control his car, leading to a crash. His wife survives but their unborn child suffers brain damage. Years later, their son Rohit Mehra has grown up but has thinking capacity of a child. He befriends the town Mayor’s daughter Nisha, which angers Nisha’s suitor Raj, a spoiled brat. One day, Rohit and Nisha find Rohit’s father’s computer in his shed and follow the instructions provided. That very evening, their town is paid a visit by an alien spaceship that lands someplace nearby and takes off shortly afterward. But when the police inspect the footprints, they discover that one of the aliens has been left behind. Then Rohit and Nisha find the alien, name him Jadoo, and watch as their lives slide into virtual chaos.
A simple film that centers on the lives of 5 educated youngsters in Madurai during 1980 in Madurai, their joys and sorrows. Subramaniapuram not just marks the beginning is a birth of new streamline of extraordinary film.
In the harsh terrain of the Mexican desert, a mortally wounded man is left for dead in the heat of the desert sun. This is J. Once a street smart, carefree young guy. Now, a wanted man. As death looms, the only thing that keeps him alive is the quest to find the love of his life, Natasha. A woman betrothed to another man, but surely destined for J. A woman who comes into his life like a bolt of lightning and changes it forever.
Arjun Reddy, a short tempered house surgeon gets used to drugs and drink when his girlfriend is forced to marry an other person.
Roger Ferris is a CIA operative in the Middle East; Ed Hoffman is his control at Langley. Cynicism is everywhere. In Amman, Roger works with Hani Salaam, Jordan’s head of security, whose only dictum is “Don’t lie to me.” The Americans are in pursuit of a cleric who leads a group placing bombs all over Europe. When Hani rebukes Ed’s demand that Jordan allow the Americans to use one of Jordan’s double agents, Roger and Ed hatch a plan to bring the cleric to them. The plan is complicated by its being a secret from Hani and by Roger’s attraction to a local nurse. Satellites and cell phones, bodies and lies: modern warfare.