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Champaner… a small farming village in central India. The year is 1893. On the outskirts of the village stands a British cantonment, commanded by Captain Russell (Paul Blackthorne) – An arrogant and capricious man, who wields the power of life and death over the villages under his jurisdiction. When the villagers are unable to pay the crippling land tax imposed on them by their British rulers due to draught and famine, Captain Russell offers them a challenge. To assemble a team and face the British soldiers in a game of cricket, a game they have never heard of.


PK is a comedy of ideas about a stranger in the city, who asks questions that no one has asked before. They are innocent, child-like questions, but they bring about catastrophic answers. People who are set in their ways for generations, are forced to reappraise their world when they see it from PK's innocent eyes. In the process PK makes loyal friends and powerful foes. Mends broken lives and angers the establishment. PK's childlike curiosity transforms into a spiritual odyssey for him and millions of others.


Sidharth (Aamir Khan) is a Mumbai "Tapori" and a boxing champion. His elder brother, Jai (Rajit Kapoor) works with Raunak Singh (Sharad Saxena), who now rules their "Basti" through terrorising its people and collecting "Hafta" from local merchants. Sidharth idolized his father, a freedom fighter, whom he saw falling to his death as a child. This affects Sidharth through his adult life. Sidharth meets a young girl, Alisha (Ranee Mukherjee), who rides with a motorcycle gang and Charlie (Deepak Tijori), the gang leader. Sidharth also meets Hari, whose idealism reminds him of his father.

3 Idiots

Farhan Qureshi and Raju Rastogi want to re-unite with their fellow collegian, Rancho, after faking a stroke aboard an Air India plane, and excusing himself from his wife - trouser less - respectively. Enroute, they encounter another student, Chatur Ramalingam, now a successful businessman, who reminds them of a bet they had undertaken 10 years ago.


Vidya Bagchi arrives in Kolkata from London to find her missing husband. Seven month pregnant and alone in a festive city, she begins a relentless search for her husband. With nothing to rely on except fragment from her memories about him, all clues seem to reach a dead end when everyone tries to convince Vidya that her husband does not exist. She slowly realizes that nothing is what it seems. In a city soaked in lies, Vidya is determined to unravel the truth about her husband - for herself and her unborn child even at the cost her own life.

Dhoom: 3

In the cacophony of today's world, we'd like to transport you to a time when an audience discovered a film in the theatre. A time to forget your world and get involved with the world of: SAHIR - A man so driven that he exudes an energy that's at once alluring and dangerous, fiery, fierce and unforgiving. Sahir The Clown Thief is a force that destroys whatever opposes him. JAI DIXIT - The canny cop from Mumbai. Determined, analytical, persevering. Jai can go to any lengths to get his adversary and sometimes you have to think like the enemy to trap the enemy. ALI AKBAR - The entertainer.


One late evening, near Mumbai's red light district, a car careens off the infamous Seaface Road and hurtles into the sea. The car's lone occupant doesn't survive the plunge. And when word circulates that the casualty is a famous Bollywood film star, what starts out as a routine auto accident investigation soon catapults the morose lead detective, Inspector Surjan Singh Shekhawat (Aamir Khan), into a haunting maze of deception, fatal attraction, and murder. Maybe it's significant that similar freak accidents have happened on that same road.


Rangeela stars the ever so beautiful, Urmila Matondkar. She stars in this film with Aamir Khan and it is a great film to start out with if you're curious about what is coming out of Bombay. (India's Hollywood). The movie is a romantic triangle about an aspiring dancer who wants to make it in movies. She is 'found' by the star of the romantic movie Rangeela (which seems to mean something about colours). The star is a shy, lonely, ageing lothario (played very well by Jackie Shroff) and he falls in love with her.

Rang De Basanti

Director Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra merges two plots in Rang De Basanti. The first is about a group of friends, their bonding, the carefree lifestyle they lead. The second plot pertains to the past, when freedom fighters sacrificed their lives during the pre-independence era. Without doubt, Mehra's intentions are noble, since portions in the film do succeed in pricking your conscience. Mehra draws parallels between Indians ruled by the British and Indians ruled by corrupt politicians today. The message is subtle at first, but echoes piercingly before it reaches its finale.


It is not difficult to choose between a good and a bad, but choosing the better of two goods or lesser of two evils can be really hard. Zooni Ali Beg (Kajol) gets this advice from her father when she sets out for the first time to discover the world of her own. Of course, she never knew how these words would mean to her life till the cruel fate strike. Zooni Ali Beg (Kajol) is blind but beautiful and energetic. She doesn t want handicap to stop her from discovering her own life. So, she sets out for the first time to make use of her life to the fullest.

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