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.
Ranshod Rai Patel is an egotistical and arrogant self-made Gujarati man who arrived from India and settled in the New York area years ago. He started his career cleaning latrines and dirty clothes, then moved on to working in a restaurant, saving enough money to own one, and then finally owned twelve. He became an extremely successful real-estate magnate, à la Donald Trump and was so big-headed that started calling himself THE Roger Patel. He got married to a woman named Kamla and they were soon proud parents of two lovely daughters, Namrata and Ritu. When the girls are grown, the overprotective Roger arranges a marriage for Namrata with a property owner, a professional Patel man named Prem. Ritu, a doctor, informs that she has met her soul mate also, Sunder Kapoor, who is part-Punjabi and part-Madrasi and is definitely not a Patel, nor a property owner, and not even a professional. But since Ritu likes him so much, he invites Sunder to spend seven days with his family in his palatial home. Sunder tries to impress Ritu’s family, and eventually Roger allows him to marry her. Then Roger’s world is turned upside down when he finds out that Sunder is married to a woman named Seema and is the stepfather to her 7-year-old son.
When London-based Sam Higgins goes missing in the Ladakh region of India, his friend, Dev Anand, travels there in order to locate him. He finds this region to be quite different from the rest of India, as a matter of fact, Indians are regarded with suspicion and distrust, while the majority of the population appears to be Spanish, Italians, and other foreign nationals. The region does have a Police Station, but they are of no help to Dev, on the contrary they suspect him of being a smuggler of illicit drugs and ammunition. Dev’s inquiries lead to conclude that he must meet a mysterious man named “Policeman” who has taken over the region and is feared by everyone. He also finds out that this region is well-known for attracting foreigners as opium is grown in vast quantities. As Dev starts to delve into these details, quite unknown to him, he himself has become a target for the dreaded “Policeman”, and may not even live long enough to find out what happened to Sam Higgins.
Nikhil Kapoor decides to re-locate from Parksville, USA to Bombay; meets with Anamika Joshi and instantly falls in love with her but she does not reciprocate. When he sees her again, she is in the company of a possessive male, Farhad, who does not permit Nikhil to even talk with her. When Nikhil persists, an altercation ensues, weapons are drawn and Rahul, Nikhil’s friend, is shot and ends losing the use of his legs, and Nikhil is arrested. After 3 years, Ira Malhotra enters Nikhil’s life, hears his story and decides to assist him – not knowing that this move will jeopardize not only her life but also three other lives.
Tells the story of three friends Krish Kumar, Hrithik Mittal and Devdarshan Suri alias Dev, who all are from different walks of life as they strive to win the battle of life consisting of hitting it big in the music industry and to cope with the short-comings in their romance. Then they will find their dreams materializing when they are enrolled in the world’s biggest music competition.
Hindi pop-star, Sarina Devan, lives a wealthy lifestyle with her widowed businessman father, Vivek. She soon achieves considerable success and becomes immensely popular. A struggling newspaper, Adarsh Times, publishes a story about her being born in an orphanage, which is received with shock and surprise by Vivek, and he instructs his lawyers to file a defamation suit against the owner, known as Dada, and a Journalist, Jay Bhardwaj. Dada and Jay are apologetic, however, Sarina finds out that she is not Vivek’s biological daughter, and sets forth to find her parentage. She enlists Jay’s assistant and they travel to Ooty where they meet with a Catholic Priest, Joseph, who refuses to divulge any information to them. Then she meets with a Nun, Sister Namrata, and subsequently finds out that she is indeed her biological mother. Expecting to be welcomed into her arms, she is shocked when Namrata outright rejects her, and tells her to return to back to her life with Vivek. But Sarina persists, not knowing that the truth will change her life forever, and she, Jay and Namrata’s life will be at stake.
Love hits people in all sorts of ways. To Sanjay (Uday Chopra) however, love hit him like a ton of bricks. Sanjay is the dithering Casanova, constantly bungling up his romantic liaisons, till one day the phone rings. Anjali (Sanjana) his childhood friend is getting married. It’s now that the bricks fall on him. Observing Sanjay’s reaction to this news and hearing him talk of Anjali, his flat mate Ria (Bipasha Basu) concludes that Sanjay is in love with her. Sanjay wakes up to this truth, reluctantly but surely and sets off on a noble mission – to break the wedding. He is overjoyed to be reunited with Anjali – till he meets the groom to be – handsome, charismatic, every girl’s dream guy, Rohit (Jimmy Shergill). Nevertheless, Sanjay’s love for Anjali compels him to take on the world and he sets off on his crusade of poisoning the family’s mind against Rohit. It’s all about a clash between the good and the not-so-good.
An overnight train journey, from London into France, business class, is comfortable and expensive. The premise where two of the film’s protagonists,’strangers’ to each other, meet, talk and decide to eliminate each other’s spouses to alleviate themselves of the hell they are trapped in.
When college student Aniruddha meets pretty co-ed Niharika, they quickly become romantically involved. Unfortunately, their relationship can’t escape the politics involved in sex and gang life. When Aniruddha meets Ranvijay, a big man on campus prone to toting a gun, he believes he’s merely helping his fellow student escape from a rival gang. It’s not long into their friendship, however, that Aniruddha realizes Ranvijay is just using him as a means to get to Niharika.
Gone were the days when Bollywood actor Shammi Kapoor used to sing, frolic and dance in Kashmir. Now the Kashmiris live in fear and death visits them every day. On one hand they have the terrorists, who want an independent Kashmir, free from any interference from India and Pakistan; And on the other hand they have the soldiers from the Indian Armed Forces, who terrorize them into releasing any information they may or not have of any terrorist activity. Amidst this live Islamic Adaa and her family. She meets with Hindu Captain Aman of the Indian Army and both fall in love. They want to get married, but there are complications. It is said that you can get away with a lot of things in Kashmir – but when you marry someone from a different religion – you commit the biggest crime on Earth. Especially if you are young woman named Adaa – who has a brother named Shakil Ahmed – a wanted terrorist.