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Yogendra Yuvvraaj Singh lives a wealthy lifestyle along with 3 sons, Gyanesh - who is mentally unstable; Deven - a bully and slacker; and Danny - a Casanova. While he does tolerate Danny, ... See full summary »
Ayaan lives a very wealthy lifestyle with his married brother, Karan and his wife, Anju; a younger sister, Yamini, and brother, Rahul; his mom, and grandma; and runs a garage. One day he ... See full summary »
Shilpa Shetty Kundra,
Mr. Sekhri is the Indian Ambassador in Russia, and his Chief Assistant is Mr. Negi. Sekhri is widowed with a son named Aditya, while Negi is married and has brought his wife, Anjali, and ... See full summary »
In early twentieth-century British India, the Pindari leader Prithvi Singh narrates his story to a reporter from the London Times - a story of betrayal and deceit at the hands of the ... See full summary »
The wealthy Oberoi family consists of dad, Balraj, his mother, and two sons, namely Vicky and Prem. Vicky is in love with a beautiful young woman, and they hope to marry soon. Unfortunately... See full summary »
Rishabh and Parineeta are both deeply in love with each other. He is a wealthy young man, working in an advertising agency while she is a hardworking, dedicated doctor. Both marry and soon ... See full summary »
Ali, his younger brother, Azaan alias Munna, his girlfriend, Mehak and childhood friend, Inder Saxena hangs out. Ali and Inder are marks-man target shooters who never misses their aim which... See full summary »
Bhatinda-based school-going Arjun wants to follow in his much-maligned grand-father's footsteps and attain fame at the Wembley Stadium much to the chagrin of his father. After the latter's passing, he re-locates to live in Britain with his paternal uncle, and when admonished about his career, runs away. Years later Arjun will attempt to gain fame along with two associates, Zoheb and Wasim, and his sweetheart, Priya. He returns to Bhatinda and asks his childhood slacker and trouble-maker friend, Manjeet Khosla, to also join his band - a decision that will not only cost him his popularity, his career and dreams, but also his love.Written by
Rajkumar Santoshi was signed to direct the film but later opted out. See more »
The UK release was cut, the distributor chose to make several changes to the film in order to obtain a 12A classification. These changes reduced a moment of drug misuse, removing all sight of drug preparation (a substance being heated on a spoon) and of the following implied drug injection into the character's arm. The film was later released uncut on DVD/Video formats with a 15 classification for moderate sex references, drug use and one use of strong language. See more »
There are so many good young actors/actresses in Bollywood now. The directors, in their desire to pull in box office results lean too heavily on the tried and true actors. Come on - Salman Khan is 45, Ajay Devgan is 41 - always, always they are cast as 20 somethings, and paired up with actresses half their age. Every time Salman is cast as a younger person, he over acts (remember Yuvvraaj - eewww, what a nightmare!). It's gotten old, and tiresome, and the result is stuff like this. This movie would have gone over a lot better with really younger leads, and a decent ending. Someone fell asleep and now the viewing public gets to do the same. They should take a clue from SRK and "act" their age.
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