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Created by dipity on Jan 24, 2008
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Kuch Naa Kaho (Hindi: कुछ ना कहो, Urdu: کچھ نہ کہو, translation: Say Nothing) is an Indian Bollywood movie, directed by Rohan Sippy, starring Aishwarya Rai, Abhishek Bachchan and Arbaaz Khan. It was released in August 26 2003.
Happy to be single, Raj (Abhishek Bachchan) finds himself urged into marriage by his overzealous uncle (Satish Shah). At the uncle's urging, his employee Namrata (Aishwarya Rai) begrudgingly plays matchmaker for Raj. However, eventually Raj reallizes he has eyes for Namrata, and not her potential brides. He finally gets the strength the tell her but to his shock he meets her son, Aditya, and reallizes she is already married.
Raj is confused, but forms a strong fatherly relationship with her son anyway. Soon enough, when Namrata finds out about his love for her, she is angry and knows they can never be together. Raj ends up coming to Aditya's boarding school where Namrata is also. Whilst on the way home, he blames her circumstances on her. Upset, she tells Raj...,
Jism (IPA: [dʒismə], English: Lust) is a 2003 Bollywood movie directed by Amit Saxena, which starred Bipasha Basu and John Abraham, the latter making his debut in Hindi films. The music for the film was scored by M. M. Kreem.Jism was among the poll Channel 4 conducted for the top 100 sexiest movie scenes, placing at number 92.John Abraham plays Kabir Lal, an alcoholic lawyer. One day, Kabir meets Sonia Khanna (Bipasha Basu), the wife of a travelling millionaire. They embark on an affair, which leads Sonia to convince Kabir to murder her husband, Rohit Khanna (Gulshan Grover). Kabir soon finds out that Sonia's motivation for the killing was to get her hands on her husband's money and property, not to run away with Kabir. The movie ends tragically.Jism's soundtrack was released on December 18, 2002. Lyrics by Neelesh Misra and Sayeed Quadri.Jism did average at the box office.Awards won are highlighted in bold.Assamese • Bengal • Bollywood • Karnataka • Kollywood ...,
Lagaan (Hindi: लगान; Urdu: لگان; English: land tax), also known as Lagaan: Once upon a time in India, is an award-winning film made in India, released on June 1, 2001. It became the third Hindi language film to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film (after Mother India in 1957 and Salaam Bombay! in 1989).
"Lagaan" is set in late 19th century India. Captain Andrew Russell (Paul Blackthorne), the commanding officer of a British cantonment, oppresses the people of Champaner with high taxes (lagaan). The local ruler, Rajah Pooran Singh, asks that taxes be lowered, to ease the suffering of the drought-stricken villagers. Captain Russell humiliates the rajah by asking him to eat meat if he wishes the taxes to be lowered. The rajah says that he must keep the rules of his religion and his caste; he cannot eat meat. Captain Russell then doubles the taxes.
The peasants, who are already suffering from a prolonged drought, are devastated by this news. The monsoon is...,
Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai (Say that you are in love(with me) (in English) (2000) is an Indian (Bollywood) blockbuster movie directed by Rakesh Roshan. It focuses on the strange coincidence of two strangers looking physically alike. One of them is shot dead owing to conspiracy hatched by corrupt police in India and the other flies in to India from New Zealand to help find his killers.
The movie stars Hrithik Roshan in a dual role, and Amisha Patel and Anupam Kher. This movie was Hrithik Roshan's debut and the movie which made him an instant star in Bollywood. Not only did this movie launch Hrithik's career, but it also launched the careers of the actress Amisha Patel and the singer Lucky Ali. The film was a fan favourite, with crowd-pleasing song and dance numbers like "Ek Pal Ka Jeena," a BMW Z3 cruising through scenic locations of New Zealand, and star-power of Lucky Ali. The film's plot appears to be loosely inspired by the Tamil movie Love Birds.
Rohit (Hrithik Roshan) is an aspiring...,
Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (Devanagari: कुछ कुछ होता है, Nastaliq: کچھ کچھ ہوتا ہے English: Something Happens) is a Bollywood romantic comedy film, released in India and the United Kingdom on October 16, 1998. Translated, the title is "Something happens" - meaning (as described by the movie's tagline), "You know you're in love when Kuch Kuch Hota Hai". The title is often abbreviated as KKHH or K2H2.
The film was written and directed by the debuting Karan Johar and stars the popular on-screen pair of Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol in their fourth of five movies together. Rani Mukerji features in a supporting role, while Salman Khan has an extended cameo appearance. The picture was extremely successful both in India and overseas. It won many of the major awards at 1999's Filmfare Award ceremony.
Rahul (Shahrukh Khan) and the tomboy Anjali (Kajol) are students at St. Xavier College. They are the best of friends.
Then Tina, (Rani Mukerji), the principal's daughter, enrolls at St. Xavier. She is...,