Auro (Amitabh Bachchan) is an intelligent and witty 13-year-old boy with an extremely rare genetic defect that causes accelerated aging. He suffers from a progeria-like syndrome. Mentally he is 13, very normal, but physically he looks five times older. In spite of his condition, Auro is a very happy boy. He lives with his mother Vidya (Vidya Balan) who is a gynecologist. Amol Arte (Abhishek Bachchan) is young, progressive and a full-of-ideals politician. He is out to prove to the world that 'politics' is not a bad word. He is a man with a mission. Auro is Amol's son. PAA is a rare story about a father-son, son-father relationship.
DHOOM: 2 actor Abhishek Bachchan stars in this Hindi-language drama about a single man who has the power to save the universe, and with it, all humanity. DRONA also stars Priyanka Chopra, Jaya Bachchan, and Kay Kay Menon.
English Translation: "The Tainted Veil - Journey of a Woman"
Natasha (Rani Mukherjee) is the elder daughter of a close knit family. Content in their rural life, they are unable to see the dark shadow of despair which looms, when the family meets with severe financial crisis. In desperation, Natasha forsakes her dignity for the love of her family, and enters the dark and horrific world of flesh trade...
Kolkata-based Rohan Mitra lives with his widowed maternal grandmother, Mridula Chatterjee. He is an aspiring advocate who will soon be taking up his first assignment with an established lawyer, and is attracted to Tara. Through discussions with his grandmother, he finds out that his parents' relationship was far from harmonious - with his mother, Palaash, getting into arguments with her husband, Dev, and frequently asking Mridula to intervene, and even moving out several times - with Dev threatening to move the courts to take possession of Rohan. Things come to a boil after Dev decides to leave for Australia leaving his family behind. Rohan does not know that more surprises are in stock for him as Mridula's story unfolds - and she relates who actually named his mother. Written by rAjOo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Naina is a very serious girl with a very serious life. But one day, her soul is awakened by the happy-go-lucky Aman, who teaches her that life is meant to be lived. Naturally, she falls in love with him. But Aman is harboring a secret that keeps him from reciprocating Naina's love. But he cannot stand having her live a life without love, so he sets off on a mission to fill her life with someone else's love - someone she already knows...
Orthodox Indian, Raichand, would like his two sons to live together with him and his wife, and get married to girls' of his choice. One of his sons, Rahul, is adopted, while Rohan is his real son. Rahul falls in love with a poor Indian girl named Anjali, and incurs the displeasure of Raichand, they argue and fight, as a result Rahul leaves the house, moves to Britain, and settles down. Raichand now focuses his attention on his real son, Rohan, who has no plans to get married, but is determined to bring Rahul and Anjali back home so that they can be together again. Will Raichand permit Rohan to have his way, or will he also ask him to leave the house?
Dibyanath Chatterji, his bank-employed wife, Sujata, and only child, a son, Brati, live a middle-class existence in Calcutta, West Bengal, India, circa early 1970s. Sujata is a quiet, devout Hindu, religious, and compassionate woman, and Brati has finished his school and is now attending college. His parents are proud of him, and keep track of his progress. Then their world is shattered during the early hours, when they are informed by the police that Brati has been killed. Dibyanath and Sujata go to identify Brati's body, mourn, lament inconsolably. They know now that their lives will never be the same again - for by the police they will be called the mother and father corpse No. 1084. Sujata struggles to understand Brati's passing, meets his friends one by one, comes to know that Brati had a girlfriend, Nandini Mitra, and that's when she finds out that Brati was part of a rebel group often referred to as "Naxalbari", a militant leftist group. As she delves deeper and deeper into Brati's former life, she begins to understand her son's struggle, and decides to continue to further this. What Sujata does not know is her and Dibyanath's lives are in danger, and they well turn up dead and end up as numbered corpses in a police morgue. Written by rAjOo (email@example.com)
A Police Officer, whose family was killed by a bandit named Gabbar Singh, decides to fight fire with fire and recruits two convicts, Jai & Veeru, & puts a proposal in front of them, joyfully they agree to bring Gabbar Singh to jail alive, but will they be able to bring the notorious Gabber Singh to jail and get their reward? Come and watch the action-packed super-hit Sholay to find out!!
A singer meets another with great potential and falls in love with her, but her commercial success exceeds his.
Calcutta in the early 1960's. Bhambal supports his wife Arati, his parents, and two children. Money is tight, so Arati goes to work. She's successful and enjoys it, but this untraditional step throws the household into chaos: her in-laws initiate a "cold war" of silence and approbation. When Bhambal loses his job, her working is essential; he loses self respect, and the gulf between them widens. Arati questions whether to keep her daughter in school. At work, her friendship with Edith, a Euro-Indian who smokes, swears, and uses lipstick, brings Arati close to impertinence with her genial boss. Her job is imperiled, she acts impulsively, and who will understand her actions? Written by <firstname.lastname@example.org>