Sunder Srivastava (Shahrukh Khan) is a young graduate whose main ambition in life is to fulfill his father's dream of starting a school on his half-acre property in his village, though he ... See full summary »
Shah Rukh Khan,
Banku, his mother, Anjali Sharma and father move in to their new house -- the Nath villa, unaware of the fact that the house is inhabited by a ghost. It is learnt the ghost is not too happy... See full summary »
Mute Shankar slogs day and night to satisfy the lust of wealthy businessman Raja Saab who has underworld contact. Raja Saab would like to marry the young and street-wise, Gauri, however ... See full summary »
Shah Rukh Khan and Sharad Kapoor are the leaders of the two rival gangs. Aishwarya Rai is Shah Rukh Khan's twin sister. Shah Rukh is in love with Priya Gill. Chandrachur Singh is Sharad ... See full summary »
Shah Rukh Khan,
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
When a businessman is assassinated on election eve, the assassin, Mohan Joshi is arrested on the spot, but manages to escape days later during the media coverage. He is accused of terrorism... See full summary »
Anita Kapoor narrates the rise and subsequent fall of three Bollywood one-time mega-stars. Rahul Roy, who came from a non-filmy background, instantly shot into fame with Mahesh Bhatt's '... See full summary »
Although not as bad as a couple years ago, the 2003 Filmfare Awards was not anywhere close to what it was last year. First of all, Archana Puran Singh makes an absolutely terrible MC. Performances were not as "zabardust" and "dhamakadar" as last year. Kareena's dedication to her sister was really boring. Hrithik didn't have any variety in his choreography, and his new hairstyle looks terrible. Two new awards were instituted this year. One of them was really stupid--the Filmfare Power Award. I still don't get what that one's about. John and Bipasha's performance was hot. This highlight of the show was unquestionably the hilarious duo, SRK and Saif. They extended their "Kantaben" sequence from Kal Ho Naa Ho. I thought KHNH should have won more awards rather than Koi...Mil Gaya, although both are awesome movies. Well, next year is the 50th awards. I'm looking forward to a special show!
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