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...
Bhai is a 1997 Bollywood Action film directed by Deepak Shivdasani, while written by Kader Khan. The film starred Sunil Shetty, Pooja Batra, Sonali Bendre and Ashish Vidyarthi in lead roles. A remake of the Telugu movie Anna starring Rajasekhar, Roja Selvamani and Gautami Tadimalla, it was a huge success at the box office, and was one of the highest-grossing films of the year 1997.
Deep Sharma lives a very poor lifestyle with his widowed mom, Radha, and a younger brother, Ashok, who he would like to become a Judge. Unable to fend for themselves in the small town, Deep relocates to Bombay, where he attempts to sell poetry, to no avail. Then he is asked to write stories about an imaginary bandit, Sangram Singh, which he agrees to do so under the pen name of his friend, Jani Babu. Shortly thereafter he gets very popular, so much so that his girlfriend, Lajwanti's dad, the former King Maheshwari Prasad, consents to let him marry his daughter. Then things get complicated when a bandit who calls himself Sangram Singh goes on a crime-spree throughout the region.
Two friends aim to take down a mafia don and other government officials who conspire to incite religious riots in an effort to take over Kashmir.
Bhai (Nagarjuna) is the most skilled and trusted enforcer of a Hong Kong based Don, named David (Ashish Vidyarthi). David is heavily dependant on Bhai for his day to day operations and this is resented by David’s sons, James (Sonu Sood) and Tony (Ajay). David sends Bhai to Hyderabad, to finish off an undercover police officer who is disrupting the mafia operations in the city. Bhai begins hunting down the undercover officer and uncovers his identity. The cop is none other than Arjun (Prasanna) and Bhai decides to finish him off. At the last moment, Bhai discovers a shocking truth about Arjun and his family. He must now protect Arjun from the clutches of David and his gang. What is that truth? What does Bhai do to save Arjun? Will he succeed in his mission?
Bhatinda-based middle-classed Harpreet Gill is unable to get his three rather plain-looking and overweight daughters married and must live with constant criticism from his wife; his brother, Chiksi, is a fake dentist who incurs wrath of his patients; while his second brother, Fancy, is an out-of-work Punjabi movies' actor. The trio dislike each other and keep their distance. When their grandfather, Khetrapal Singh, passes away, the trio do get together and waste no time in squabbling with each other. They are, however, pleasantly surprised when they find out that he had left a mansion in their respective names. Their joy will turn to anger and disgust after they find out the location as well as the terms and conditions, spread over a period of three years, that go with this procurement.
Scientist Siddharth(Sharman Joshi) is given "Ma Kasam" by elder brother Harsh(Sanjay Suri) to bring her along for his wedding with Aaliyah(Chitrangada Singh) to be held in Mauritius. Their mom(Shabana Azmi) is least interested in attending the wedding because Harsh is getting married against her wishes. Dad(Boman Irani) and Siddharth succeed in bringing mom to Mauritius where Aaliyah is Siddharth
Kayyum Bhai is an Telugu movie starring Katta Rambabu and Priya Harshita in prominent roles. The movie also stars Ragini and Taraka Ratna. It is a drama directed by Bharath with Shekar Chandra as musician, forming part of the crew.
Biopic of Marathi comedian, India's first stand-up comedian P. L. Deshpande.
The Bombay-based Verma family consists of two brothers, Ajay, and Vijay. Their family have been law-makers for generations, their grandfather was the District Magistrate, and their father was the Inspector General of Police. Now Ajay is a Judge, while Vijay is the Superintendent of Police. Both live a fairly harmonious and honest lifestyle, until Ajay hires a Secretary, Sandhya, who falls in love with Vijay. The brothers do not know that Sandhya has a hidden agenda that will pit both brothers against each other, and reveal one's hidden past.
Raju Bhai is a 2007 Indian Telugu drama film directed by Suriya Kiran, starring Manoj Manchu and Sheela in lead and Dhandapani, Tanikella Bharani and Brahmanandam in supporting roles. The film, a remake of the successful 2006 Tamil film Chithiram Pesuthadi, directed by Myshkin was produced by Manoj's father, Mohan Babu, and was released on 18 May 2007 to poor responses, becoming a box office bomb.The film was remade in Odia film Abhimanyu in 2009.
Gajendra Singh lives a wealthy lifestyle in a village in India. He has never attended school and as a result does not know how to read or write in Hindi nor English. His marriage is arranged with equally wealthy Janki, the sister of Thakur Diwan and Ranjit Singh. On Hanuman Jayanti they get married but Janki is not happy and decides to leave her husband. Gajendra searches for her but when he hears that she is dead, decides to seal the Hanuman Mandir doors and remain single.
Film about three brothers.
Dekh Bhai Dekh (Hindi: देख भाई देख) is a 2009 Bollywood comedy film directed by Rahat Kazmi featuring Gracy Singh and Siddharth Koirala in the lead roles
Based on a perennially popular Bengali folk tale, Sat Bhai Chompa has had many cinematic outings in both India and Bangladesh. This, the 1968 version directed by Dilip Shom, is one of the most delightful. A king has three wives. The two elder wives connive to throw the pregnant third wife out of the palace. The third wife gives birth to eight children - seven sons and a daughter. The enraged elder wives, with the help of a sorcerer, turn the seven sons into flowers. It is now up to the daughter to turn her brothers back into humans and regain their rightful place in the palace.
Thakur is a rich and wealthy man. He has two sons, the elder is Ram, who is married but frequents a prostitute Munnibai. The second son is Bharat, who is unmarried, and is good, virtuous, and devoted to his family, and expected to marry Roopa. While disciplining his elder son, Thakur has a heart-attack and passes away, leaving the administration of the estate to his younger son and daughter-in-law, the wife of Ram, Gayetri. This does not auger well with Ram and Mamaji, and they attempt to force Bharat to sign the estate over to them. When they fail, they conspire to kill him, and take over the estate from Gayetri. Bharat overhears this, and goes along with Ram's plan to kill him. He then returns as Daku Mangal Singh, his look-alike, in order to set things right. Things seem to be going well, until Bharat finds himself in a tight corner when he is accused of killing himself.
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Karachi's underworld life and terrorism.