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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.

Kuch Kuch Hota Hai

Raj (Abhishekh Bachchan) is a NRI living in New York who is against the idea of an arranged marriage. Raj visits India to attend a family wedding and is smitten by the beautiful Namrata (Aishwarya Rai), his Uncle's colleague who happily agrees to help Raj find a suitable Indian bride. However, fate has other ideas for the pair as they soon realise that 'their love' is a match made in heaven. Kuch Naa Kaho is a heart-warming romance by debutante director Rohan Sippy. Join them in their quest for true love, happiness and finding that perfect soul mate.

No One Killed Jessica

Devastated when she is told that that her sister, Jessica Lall, is shot dead by Manish Bhardwaj, the son of Pramod, a Congress party Member of Parliament in Haryana, Delhi-based Sabrina Lall, in the company of her parents, attends the Court to view a charade that will lead to the acquittal of the accused and his accomplices seven years after the incident. Disillusioned by rampart police corruption and inefficiency; a stagnant British introduced legal system; the passing of her mother & the hospitalization of her father, she retreats unto herself.


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.


Vivek Oberoi plays Aditya Sehgal, a happy go lucky rich lad who is yet to understand the true meaning of love. That is of course, until he meets Suhani Sharma (Rani Mukherjee). Suhani is a medical student intent on becoming a doctor, she doesn't want unnecessary things (like love) to get in the way of her career. She soon realizes that you can't control matters of the heart, no matter how hard you try to resist. Due to the disapproval of their parents the couple decides to elope, once married, the real tests begin. The story is nothing original.

Chori Chori

Two people, who are absolutely opposite in everyway, find themselves on the downside of life. She, a lonely but high-spirited soul, has become jobless and homeless. He, a serious but dream-driven individual, has just been rejected by the love of his life. Eventually, their paths cross when she invades his "dream-designed" life by passing herself off as his fiance. That's when the fun starts and the web of lies that they weave together ends up bonding them deeper into each other's lives to the point of falling in love.

Mujhse Dosti Karoge

Mujhse Dosti Karoge is a romantic flick that guarantees to give the audience the quality in the banner of Yash Copra production. Raj (Hrithik Roshan), Pooja (Kareena Kapoor) and Tina (Rani Mukherjee) are friends since childhood. Raj always has a crush to Tina, even he and his family must leave to London, he keep send Tina e-mail. But, the ultra-chick Tina doesn't have any mood to replying it, so she gives the task to Pooja. So, all the times, in 15 years, Pooja keep writing email to Raj by the name of Tina. The love triangle comes as result, when eventually Raj coming back to Simla.

Dil Bole Hadippa!

Dil Bole Hadippa! (My Heart Shouts Hooray!) makes a good intro to Bollywood/Indian musicals. It has all the splash of full-out Bollywood but with terrific modern updates and a little something for everyone. For the ladies there's the predictable but crackling good rom/com tension between Shahid Kapoor and Rani Mukherjee. With all this wrapped up in a cricket championship with a little gender-bending to keep it off-balance, guys should find it just as entertaining.

Hum Tum

A film that travels three continents [Asia, Europe, U.S.A.] and 8/10 years, Hum Tum is a love story that relies heavily on romance and light moments. Though the storyline is wafer thin, the twists and turns in the film keep the interest alive to an extent.


Squadron Leader Veer Pratap Singh is a rescue pilot with the Indian Air Force, who risks his own life to save the lives of others. One day, on duty, he comes across a stranded girl from Pakistan, Zaara. Zaara, a carefree, sprightly girl has come to India to fulfill her surrogate grandmother's dying wish. She meets with a bus accident leaving her stranded in a foreign land. Veer saves her life... and his life is never the same again... Twenty-two years later, Saamiya Siddiqui, a Pakistani lawyer on her first case, finds herself face-to-face with an aging Veer Pratap Singh.


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