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Lal Bangla (1966)

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Munimji (1972)

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Tadapti Jawani Hot Hindi Movie

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Director: N/A Starring: Priya, Rajeev, Swaroop, Sujatha jayanthi, Suraj Genre: Adult Released on: N/A Writer: N/A IMDB Rating: N/A Duration: 106 min

Insaaf Ki Takkar (2008)

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Director: Shaji Kailas Starring: R. K., Raghuvaran, Roja Selvamani, Bhama, Manivannan, Visu, Vadivelu, Ashish Vidyarthi Genre: Action Released on: N/A Writer: N/A IMDB Rating: N/A Duration: 145 min

Humse Naa Takrana (2010)

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Director: Shiva Akula Starring: Chiranjeevi Sarja, Ragini Dwivedi, Rangayana Raghu, Manoj, Devraj, Ramesh Bhat, Sharath Lohithashwa, Chitra Shenoy Genre: Action Released on: N/A Writer: N/A IMDB Rating:...

Ek Aur Hero The Dashing (2011)

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Director: G.Ravicharan Reddy Starring: Manotej, Aditi Sharma, Mukul Dev Genre: Action Released on: N/A Writer: N/A IMDB Rating: N/A Duration: 129 min

Ek Pal Masti Ka (2001)

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Pyasa Jism (2003)

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Angoori (2003)

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Director: H.B.Singh Starring: Soniya Singh, Sanjay, Bhavan, Ankush Genre: Drama, Religious Released on: N/A Writer: N/A IMDB Rating: N/A Duration: N/A Server 1 – Nowvideo Watch Full Movie ...

Aazmayish (1995)

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Gorgeous looking Anju Khanna lives in a palatial home with her dad, and mom. Her dad, R.K.Khanna has been having labor problems at his workplace, due to a headstrong union leader named Shanker, who wants better housing and benefits for all workers, and failing which, he has declared an indefinite strike. Her dad would like her to marry Laxmikant alias Lucky Gupta, but Anju does not like him. She has met and has fallen in love with a dashing young man named Raja Singh Rathod. Although Khanna is upset with her for falling in love, he would like to meet him, to which Anju agrees to and brings Raja along to introduce him to her dad. It is then that Khanna finds out that Raja is a poor motor mechanic, and is the brother of union leader, Shanker. He asks Raja to leave, and warns Anju that if she ever sees him again, he will arrange to have Raja killed. Anju must now decide to carry on with her love-life, or obey her father and save her lover's life.

Agniputra (2000)

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Aadat Se Majboor (1982)

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Dinanath Shastri (Madanpuri) is a devout Hindu firefighter. One day his son, Shankar (Mithun Chakraborty) brings home a young girl, Salma (Rameshwari) as he felt sorry for her. Dinanath thinks she is Hindu and calls her Shanti, and thinks of making her his daughter-in-law, as she nurses him and looks after the entire household after he has an accident. One day Dinanath meets with a blind man who he recognizes as Dr. Varma (Om Shivpuri), who he has known for many years. Dr. Varma's daughter, Neetu (Ranjeeta Kaur) and Shankar were childhood sweethearts. This news breaks Salma's heart but she does not let anyone know. Dr. Varma's arch enemy the wealthy, powerful, and seemingly generous Agnihotri (Amrishpuri) finds out he is alive and sets his goons out to kill him. Why would a rich and generous man want to kill a harmless blind man? What will be the reaction of the devout Dinanath when he finds out that Shanti is Muslim?

Anjaam (1978)

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Wealthy Dinanath is the new owner of a mansion, which is looked after by Totaram and his wife, Maina. He soon discovers that there is a room kept under lock under key, and no one has ever been inside. He is in for more surprises when the previous owner's wife, Vidya, decides to come and live there, and shares the story of her life - how she loses her husband, Thakur, and how her son, Sunil, became a fugitive from justice - but has little explanation to offer for the ghostly female figure that haunts this mansion.

Anjaan Raahen (1974)

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Anand (Feroz Khan) is a London returned teacher who has sought employment in a local school in India. His co-teachers are Geeta (Asha Parekh), Girdharilal (Jankidas), Pandey (Asit Sen), Lalita (Lalita Kumari), and Principal (Brahm Bhardwaj). Anand's students, though fairly mature, lack sex education, and he discusses this at length with the other teachers and the Principal, and he is met with opposition. Anand is attracted to Geeta, but Geeta shows no interest in him. Several female students are attracted to Anand. Anand naively is openly friendly with all his students, however, Anand faces trouble when one of his female students becomes pregnant, and he is accused of raping her.

Aman (1967)

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Meloda (Saira Banu) who was educated in India, speaks Hindi; though she is Japanese. Dr. Gautamdas (Rajendra Kumar) is a UK trained doctor who volunteers to go to Japan to help deal with the horror of the radiation aftermath of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. They meet in Japan and the inevitable happens when hero meets heroine. Lord Bertrand Russell in London, gives Gautam his blessings and best wishes for his travel to Japan. Russell , a pacifist and anti-war thinker (who appears in a cameo role) sets the tone of this 1967 film. On arrival in Japan Dr Gautamdas takes up a role in a hospital where Meloda's father Dr Akhira (Chetan Anand) is director. The storyline takes us through the stark and sometimes gory suffering that radiation victims endured; as a stark reminder of the long term damage caused by atomic weapons. A majority of the shoot sequences are in Japan, with director Mohan Kumar taking artistic liberties in switching from the Ginza strip, with pan shots of the Mitsubishi tower, the Hokkaido and with glimpses of Mt. Fuji. A scenic gondola ride, ski fields are all part of the package. Lata Mangeshkar's rendering of the fusion song "aisuru" is set to a musical score that is drawn from both cultures Shankar. Mohammed Rafi sings a few forgettable, but apt to the storyline songs. A group of fishermen are exposed to radiation from French nuclear tests in the Pacific, Dr Gautamdas mounts a daring rescue to help save the fishermen. Battling angry elements Dr Gautamdas helps the fishermen survive, saving every last one of them - but at what cost? When viewed in the context of India-Japan relationship, beginning with the arrival of Buddism in Japan, formation of the Indo-Japan Society in 1905, Japan's support for Subash Chandra Bose's INA this film takes on a meaning beyond a love story. It is a cry against the horrors of atomic weapons, the enduring damage they inflict and martyrdom for a cause.

Aulad Ke Dushman (1993)

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Aulad Ke Dushman is a story of parents who blindly bow down to the demands of their stubborn children thereby adding poison to their future. R. K. Chaudhary is the father believes in fulfilling every whim of his son Vicky to express his love towards him. When Vicky commits a murder, Chaudhary blankets his crime by pouring money. When Vicky insults the vice principal of his college, Chaudhary forces the Vice Principal resign instead of questioning Vicky. Chaudhary's elder brother Papaji does not approve of Vicky's misbehavior and leaves the house. Shalu, the daughter of Chaudhary's friend Kumar is engaged to Vicky in the very childhood. She loves Vicky but Vicky loves Chanda. Vicky refuses to marry Shalu and marries Chanda. Dindayal takes advantage of the situation and grabs the entire estate of Chaudhary and Chanda drives Vicky out. R K Chaudhary and Vicky become paupers. Kumar creates hurdles in Vicky's path, makes his efforts futile. Vicky drops in the party thrown by Kumar at his place for the engagement ceremony of Shalu and Sailesh, and demands his estate at the gun-point. However Papaji appears on the scene and decalres that this was pre-planned by him and Dindayal for reforming his nephew. In the meantime, Sailesh and his father kidnap Chanda. Chanda is freed in the end and she gives the hand of Shalu in the hand of Vicky and leaves for London with her father Dindayal.

Heroine (2012)

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After his incredible run of women-centric films from Chandni Bar, Page 3, Satta and Corporate to the blockbuster Fashion, Madhur Bhandarkar now turns his lens inwards and presents his most ambitious work yet - Heroine. The film is based on the life and times of a superstar heroine from the dream factory we call 'Bollywood'. The film is a daring, shocking, glamorous, scandalous behind the scenes account of the reality behind the world of glitz and glamour that our film stars inhabit. For a country obsessed with films and film stars, Heroine will take audiences on a voyeuristic journey to see what really goes on behind the closed doors of make up rooms and vanity vans. It will give them a chance to go beyond the gorgeous smiles and politically correct quotes, to see what really happens in the lives of India's sweethearts. The bitching and the politics, the secrets and the lies, the incredible highs of fame and the lonely depths of failure.

Bansi Birju (1972)

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Bansi and Birju get married in their village. But the villager's find out that Bansi is a prostitute.

Basti Aur Bazar (1973)

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Birbal My Brother (1973)

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Border Hindustan Ka (2003)

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Chhalia (1973)

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Chowkidar (1974)

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Chowkidar in English is "watchman" or in looser terms, custodian of village security.......... Rural India in the 'seventies still had a dynamic that traces its roots to hereditary large land ownership called Jagir; and the master of the Jagir is called Jagirdar...... Typically the Jagirdar had wealth, guns and thugs to enforce his will on the people of the village...... Typically the Jagirdar owned everything that he casts his eyes on, including nubile women of the village..... His silky partner in crime is usually the money-lender who smoothly extracts property, jewellery and other assets from the simple farmers, or for that matter share-croppers, when their crops fail, or some other event upsets their precarious financial condition................ This is a story of feudalism in it's raw state. Since this film is a product of the seventies, horse drawn carts (tonga) and a certain simplicity of the village folk is exploited by the Jagirdar and his cohorts..... In comes the only son of the money-lender, a doctor (Sanjeev Kumar)who initially obtains goodwill by curing people, and providing financial assistance for recovery....... But then the long arm of the Jagirdar, his ability to incite the villagers develops the plot of the movie....... With his thugs,he is able to frame the Chowkidar, the doctor and threaten the well being of two women......... The Jagirdar has to deal with the sins of his father, and will he be able to be a man, acknowledge the crime of his father is the story that is pretty much worth a watch.

Dilruba Tangewali (1987)

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Director: S. R. Pratap Starring: Hemant Birje, Sripada, Pran, Deva, Rajendra Nath, Krishna Devi, Chand Usmani Genre: Drama Released on: N/A Writer: N/A IMDB Rating: N/A Duration: 146 min

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