Aryan, a boxer, and his coach Ranvir Singh. Aryan dreams of winning a national award, but ends up in love with Neha and they end up married and with a child. This forces Aryan to looks for a job of a sports commentator which again puts him in touch with his former coach. Who invites him back to the ring and to fulfill his long cherished desire of winning the national award at which point his wife leaves him.
In Prospect Bay, a remote outpost on the South Australian coast, two communities, the Goonyas and the Nungas, come together on the one field they have in common, the football field. But the underlying racism and class warfare threatens to make the team’s greatest victories irrelevant. This holds particularly true for Blacky, a white teen who is more interested in books than sport, and his best friend, Dumby, the Aboriginal star of the team.
Years ago, Dirk Longstreet walked away from The Circuit, the merciless underground fight club with no rules, where money changes hands as men are killed. But now gangsters have got his brother, and only one more journey inside the ring will save his life.
The film traces the growth and friendship of two very different high-school ping-pong players. “Peco” Hoshino is a brash, arrogant player, determined to turn pro. He taught his quiet, nerdy childhood friend “Smile” Tsukimoto. Smile frustrates his coach and rivals, who recognize his talent for the game since it is just a game to him. To teach him, his high-school coach learns that coaching is more than just training the students to be good ping-pong players. Ironically, as Smile begins to develop his game, Peco undergoes a severe crisis after his defeat by rival players and is unable to play well until he rediscovers the original reasons why he plays ping-pong.
Nothing is impossible for those who have a dream!A single boy can bring victory to his school and make the entire town proud again.Despite his rough coach and a whole team lacking a will for victory anything could happend, even a love with a local girl.
Dheerendra Singh is a kick-boxer, who after beating Gajanan Dinan, has been selected to represent India in the 14th Annual Kick-boxing tournament in Kuala Lumpur where he will be pitted against Pakistan’s Noor Mohammad. He is engaged to Neela Chaudhary, and lives with his widowed mother, and a cricketer brother, Veerender. The family witness Dheerendra excel himself during his bout against Noor but ends up gravely injured, and subsequently passes away after a kick in the neck area. When the Malaysian Government rules it as an accident, an enraged Dheerendra opts out of cricket, joins the kick-boxing team, and travels to Lahore (a city that was founded by Vishnu Avatar Ramji’s son, Lav) to participate in the Quid-E-Azam Tournament where he hopes to avenge his brother’s untimely death but is not aware of the outcome of his quest as well as the surprises that await him there.
William Langlois, 17, is the star player of his hockey team at the French College of Longueuil. At the end of the season, a few weeks before Christmas, he goes through a slump, demoralized by his coach’s attitude, who criticizes him for his lack of team spirit. It’s not going so great at home for William, either. His father, Benedict, is too busy completing a film on the 100 year anniversary of the Montreal Canadiens to remember he has a family, while his mother Michelle, a nurse, is occupied by the plight of one of her young patients, Daniel Leblanc, 10, who’s awaiting a kidney transplant. The child, the eldest in a family of six, was rushed to Val d’Or. His determination and courage impressed the entire team at Ste-Justine Hospital, where he’s being treated. His love of the game instills in him a strong will to live. Characters like Dr. Hebert, a pediatric nephrologist, the old Zamboni driver Gerry, coach Bordeleau, parents and friends of the children and the Canadian Club players will witness the destinies of these two youngsters cross, drawn by their passion for hockey.
HE’S GOT THE WORLD BY THE TAIL. Imagine a mutt who can outplay Beckham on the field while turning ateam of laughable misfits into a lean mean fighting machine. This pooch has got the international soccer scene by the tail.