Prem, a top student, is learning the ropes of business under his elder brother Rajesh and his uncle Kailashnath, a big industrialist. In another town, Nisha is studying computer science and... See full summary »
An adrenaline junkie walks away from a whirlwind romance and embraces a new life as a thief, though he soon finds himself pursued by veteran police officer and engaged in a turf war with a local gangster.
Circa 1920 British India, Pindari leader, Prithvi Singh, narrates his story to a Report from London Times about betrayal and deceit at the hands of the British and Madhavgarh's Raja ... See full summary »
Kishen is a newspaper baron married to Kaajal, a housewife who suspects her husband of having numerous non-existent affairs. Pooja is the believing wife of ever-philandering globe-trotting ... See full summary »
A woman comes from a Hindu high caste family. Her name is Nirjala. Her family want her to get married to a Hindu upper caste man. She agrees to do so. But before the wedding, she meets with a poor Indian. This man belongs to a very low caste. This man also has a very hot temper and gets into fights all the time. But both fall in love with each other. Nirjala's family refuse to permit her to get married to him. They force her to get married to the man of their choice. In the meantime, Radhe gets into fight, and someone hits him very hard on his head. Radhe loses his senses and falls down. When he wakes him, he finds himself a mental patient. The hospital finds him very violent and they chain. He is unable to remember his past. Then Nirjala re-enters his life. Will this cure Radhe or make him even worse? Written by
Ram Gopal Verma had bought the Hindi remake rights of the film " Sethu".Upon watching Koi Mere Dil Se Pooche, Ram Gopal immediately signed Sanjay Kapoor. E Niwas was to direct the film. But the film got delayed for months due to E.Niwas being busy with other films. Ram Gopal then brought the original director Bala to direct the film. Bala was not comfortable with Hindi and English. Thats when Sunil Manchanda and Boney Kapoor came into the picture Sunil Manchanda was getting a good price for his film if Salman Khan were to be in it. Boney Kapoor suggested that Ram Gopal Varma hand over the rights so the film could be made with Salman. This led to Sanjay Kapoor's exit from the film. See more »
[after slapping Dinesh Kaushik]
I'd explained you with my hands, now i'll explain you with my words. Tomorrow morning just take away your wife to your home respectively, or else in breakfast you'll get 4 slaps and in dinner you'll get 8 slaps by me.
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Salman is impressive in an out of character performance, but this might be the most depressing Hindi film I've ever seen. Makes Veer-Zaara seem absolutely jovial. However, it is definitely worth viewing, the songs are excellent, great cinematography and a powerful performance by Salman Khan. 8 out of 10
On the DVD case, under the title, it states, "Unfortunately based on a true-story" but at the end of the movie the typical disclaimer appears stating, "all of the depicted events are fictitious and not based on any real person living or dead etcetera . . . .
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