After completing his studies in London, England, Shakti Thakur returns home to India in a small town where his family resides. Accompanying him is his leggy girlfriend, Anita, who he is in ... See full summary »
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A wealthy, but evil man named Zafar Khan, has fallen in love a girl named Salma and wants to marry her, but she and her father do not let him. Zafar is arrested for various crimes and is ... See full summary »
A wealthy and cruel businessman, Bhaktawar lord over a dockyard making all the workers his slaves. All the workers will work but no one will entail a salary, the union leader Tiger opposes ... See full summary »
Ajay Chandra, a hard working and ambitious young man, who dreams of bigger things than a small job. He has dreams of starting his own business. One day he meets Aruna at a friends wedding ... See full summary »
When two twin brothers Sudhir and Adhir get orphaned upon the death of their father, Magistrate Chaturvedi adopts them and brings them up like his own children. Though Adhir goes insane ... See full summary »
Village bred farmer, brave, and honest, Dharamchand alias Dharma is thrilled when his wife, Radha, gives birth to a baby boy, who they decide to call Raju. Dharma comes to the rescue of ... See full summary »
Harbans Darshan M. Arora,
A scrupulously honest cop refuses kidnappers' demands at grave risk to the life of his son. The son is rescued but lives forever scarred by his father's willingness to sacrifice his own son... See full summary »
Kabhi Kabhie is a romantic story about a young poet named Amit and a young and beautiful girl named Pooja, who both deeply love each other and decide to get married but destiny has other plans, as Pooja bows to the wishes of her parents and marries Vijay. However Amit drifts away from his poetry in a futile and unsuccessful attempt to leave behind his memories of Pooja by getting married to Anjali. Spanning over to the next generation, Pooja & Vijay's son Vicky and Shobha and R.P's daughter Pinky who love each other but things unravel as Pinky's parents tell her that she is not their daughter. So Pinky goes after her mother and we see she is Anjali's daughter. Sometimes later Anjali & Amit's daughter Sweetie comes in the picture and Sweetie feels jealous as her mother shows love more to Pinky as to her. Later Vicky comes and meets both the sisters, forming a love triangle between them, and a chain of events bring together old lovers as friends, some 20 years later is what forms the ... Written by
Yash Chopra shot the movie in Kashmir. All the cast stayed together as a family and contributed to every aspect of the film, and they even brought their families with them to Kashmir (they were used as extras in the wedding scenes). It was one of Chopra's happiest experiences and he described the production as a honeymoon. See more »
Kabhie Kabhie is a well set-out storyline because it's all spread out instead of it being all mashed up together. Amitabh Bachan did his magic again and influenced alot of people. Rakhee played her character very well as Pooja and Sashi Kapoor teamed up with Amitabh Bachan and did an outstanding performance. Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh played the two teens (Vicky and Pinky) in love and their love gets tangled up because Pinky sets out to find her real mum. Waheeda Rehman does a good job in her role playing Amit's husband. This film has drama and comedy and is done good. I love this film because it's basically excellent! It deserves a 9.5/10
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