Kishen Lal is the only son of Pandit Lal, a devout & staunch Kanyakubh Hindu Brahman from Bihar. Kishen has left his parents’ home and is studying medicine while living in a hostel. It is here he meets Reena Brown, a Christian, and both fall in love. Reena has already suffered a broken-heart when her boyfriend, John Clayton, married Emily and re-located to London. Reena introduces Kishen to her dad, James, who approves and soon the couple start planning to get married through the Registrar of Marriages. When Pandit comes to know, he is enraged and visits Reena and her dad. He warns Reena that if the marriage takes place then he will never be able to get his unmarried daughter get married, as well as never welcome her and Kishen home either. An argument ensues between Pandit and James and both decide not to give their consent to this marriage. Reena also decides not to get married either. A broken-hearted Kishen, though successful in becoming a doctor, leaves the hostel and re-locates to distant Madhupur – a quiet town where Hindus go to Church and the Christians openly worship Hindu Gods. Then years later Reena re-enters his life and it is here that he will learn the truth why John dumped Reena, and the secret that James had hidden from Reena for many years.
Amidst strictly enforced curfew by Bombay Police during December 1992 following Hindu-Muslim riots, Suryakant – one of four siblings from Malad’s Malvani slums, heads home. While doing so, he reflects on his childhood; his sisters: Devi and Rajni; brother Chandrakant; his dad, Shashikant, as well his mother; his expertise with the Carrom-board; run-ins with extortionist-goon, Jaleel Khan; his friendship with Zaid Khan; his crush on Noorie as well as his plans to find employment in Dubai; why he could not attend Devi’s marriage, as well as the tragedy that awaits him.
Ramakant Joshi, Lambodar Jha and Akshay Kumar are residents in the ‘C’ block of a Mumbai Apartment complex with monetary issues. They decide to create a fake organization ‘C Company’ in order to extort 1 Crore Rupees from Ramakant’s son, Purshottam. While Ramakant hopes to recover the costs involved in his ungrateful son’s upbringing; vertically-challenged Lambodar, who is the same height as his school-going son, hopes to boost his career; while Akshay hopes to elope with a gangster’s daughter, Priya, to Dubai. Things hilariously get out of hand after the trio decide to assist other beleaguered Indians – putting themselves in the bad books of the Government; the Police, including ‘encounter specialist’ Inspector Jawle; as well as the underworld led by a Balaji TV-serial addict, Dattubhai.
Mumbai 11th July: Sameer Ali reads a verse from the Bhagvad Geeta to a dying hospitalized benevolent Hindu Pandit who had brought him after the passing of his Islamic parents; Looking for employment on an empty stomach, Bhola Paswan finds Biharis are hated and shunned; Gangster Ashfaq asks Noor Ahmed Khan, who, in turn, recruits former Naxalite Raja Shetty, to assassinate womanizing Builder Arun Talreja; An upper-caste Hindu politician, Shripad Shinde, forbids his son, Nachiket, to marry Asha Ambedkar, as she belongs to a lower Caste; Rendered homeless, Inspector Chandrakant Shinde is on the look-out for a stolen vehicle, and hates Biharis for taking over his house; TV Producer, Jennifer Ali, is attacked by Ashfaq during a party; Lower-caste Asha is stalked and molested by right-winged upper-caste Hindus; After being robbed and accused of stealing clothes, Sharada Bai prepares to attack her two-faced employer, Sushma Talreja; Caught in a traffic jam, Judge Ayyar is anxious to visit his hospitalized daughter; Amarjit Singh has been attending Court for over nine years and is ready to hear the verdict today for the negligent doctor who was responsible for his wife’s death – while terrorists plan to carry out a series of bomb blasts.
Of Indian origin; Sunny Khanna, a struggling actor; is settled in Britain with his huge family consisting of his dad, Kuldeep, his mom, his siblings and other family members. Kuldeep’s friend, Dr. Verma seeks his permission for his niece, Mahek to take up lodging with the Khanna’s for a month until he attends a conference in the U.S, to which Kuldeep accepts. Upon Mahek’s arrival she greets a dysfunctional family and attempts to change this by first assisting Sunny in pulling together his acting career, teaching Mrs. Khanna and her daughter in law to pay due respects to elders as well as up-heeding various religious practices of the Hindu religion with the first being Karva Chauth. Mahek also assists Jash Khanna in coping with the loss of his wife, Christine and son Tobey in an accident by overcoming his alcoholism. By this time Sunny has fallen deeply in love with Mahek but a confession leads to rejection breaking hearts. The real reason behind this rejection will comes to light upon the passing away of Sunny’s grandmother changing the lives of the Khanna’s forever.
At a Bangkok ‘Asian Bhai Meet’ the Godfather meets with several gangsters, reviews the reduction in revenue, and decides to induct fresh blood. While Fursat Lala decides to hand-over this task to his son, Zac; Mungi Lal, a bachelor, has no heir, save for an long-estranged maternal nephew, Kamal, and is asked to find him and include him in this gang within 30 days. Mungi and his associate, Jignesh, head out to Mumbai in an effort to locate his estranged sister, Angoori, and her son – in vain – as there is no trace of the duo. He recruits the services of Private Detective Johnny English and instructs him to locate Kamal. Johnny does locate him and takes him to meet with Mungi – a move that will result in nothing but hilarious chaos when Mungi tells him that he has already located Kamal. Things get even more confusing after a woman shows up – also claiming to be Kamal!!
Veera (Rani Mukerji) is a fire-cracker of a girl who lives in a small village but dreams in 70mm. She works in a local theatre group but dreams of playing cricket in the big league. Yes, believe it or not, she wants to play with Tendulkar and Dhoni for India. While Veera dreams on in India, Rohan (Shahid Kapoor) is an accomplished captain of a county cricket team in England. Rohan returns to India to captain his fathers cricket team which has been losing consecutively for the last 8 years. In a village where girls don’t play cricket, Veera has to put on a turban and beard and become a man to fulfill her dreams. Her brilliance on the field earns her a place in Rohans team and Veera Kaur becomes Veer Pratap Singh. And then begins a roller-coaster journey of Veera, Rohan and Veer filled with colour, vibrant music, romance and comedy through Punjab and beyond. This tale of turbans, twists and tricks will make your heart go Hadippa.
Mumbai-based Santosh Singh gets married to much taller, Kota-based Shanti. He is employed with Oracle Bank as a Cashier, and is friendly with the Manager, Prem, who has also recently married Khushi. Santosh is generally misunderstood, gets upset easily – especially when Shanti accuses him of taking some wedding gifts as dowry, and blames the Khuranas for his plight. He envies other men and fantasizes about being married to an understanding wife. While Prem does not talk much about his marriage, but his relationship is not harmonious either – as Khushi is very jealous, possessive, and insecure. Things get only worse after Santosh starts to fantasize about Khushi; Shanti prepares to leave him after finding out he is having an affair with his colleague, Shivani; and the police arrest him for molesting a bar dancer.
In Ankert University, California, Alisha (Priyanka Chopra) is the name of that dream everyone wished came true. The most beautiful girl on campus, she makes hearts flutter like leaves in the wind. A snap of her fingers and a line of boys, waiting on her every whim. Everybody Loves Alisha. It is no surprise then that Abhay (Uday Chopra) loves her too. More than his computer programs and MAC stores he thinks of Alisha. Who is Abhay? Abhay is a nerdy, awkward, socially challenged, bespectacled geek of the college who is so far removed from her world that she doesn’t even know that people like him actually exist. This is a love story of impossible proportions, how can a man like Abhay ever hope to be with a woman like Alisha, and therein lies the story – Abhay has quietly loved Alisha all his life. One day he musters up enough courage to go and express his true feelings to her and realizes that it is never gonna happen. He comes to terms with the fact that Alisha is a Princess and he is just a Geek. That is when their ways eventually part. Later, their paths cross again, as Abhay is busy trying to launch his career. Fate again brings him face to face with the woman of his dreams, Alisha. Will Abhay have the strength to believe in himself and attempt to achieve what he never thought possible? Will Alisha ever be able to see the man behind those glasses, beyond what her idea of the perfect man is? Is everything fate or can one take destiny in their own hands? Is this possible or just PYAAR IMPOSSIBLE?
Daksh Mittal (Emraan Hashmi) is a charming and continually drunk millionaire. One day, he sees a girl, Jia (Dia Mirza), on the street and falls madly in love with her.He even kisses Jia in the street. Jia is working as a striptease dancer and has a mentally handicapped brother (Atul Parchure). Daksh and Jia spend some time with each other and fall in love. Daksh, however, is supposed to marry the rich Anhaita Madhwani (Pooja Bharti) in order to inherit a million-dollar trust. For help, Daksh turns to his butler, John Uncle (Anupam Kher). John Uncle likes Daksh to end up with Jia very much, however, John is very ill and finally gets transmitted to hospital. The engagement party for Daksh and Anhaita is taking place and John Uncle manages to convince Jia to go to the party. Daksh and Jia dance, and meanwhile, John Uncle is dying at the hospital. Daksh decides to honour John Uncle’s memory and goes to propose to Jia – she accepts and after a final clash with the family, Daksh is allowed to marry her and they live happily ever after.