Manisha is in a live in relationship with a married man Prakash. However, she does not want to break Prakash's marriage with Anuradha. Anuradha also finds her marriage unhappy. Prakash wants both, his marriage and relationship with Manisha. The fourth angle of this triangle is the tussle between tradition and free will, which stops individuals to do what they actually want.
Geeta ends up with two suitors after her father goes to bring home a prospective groom and mistakenly picks up the wrong man.
A doctor comes across his past lover and her ailing husband who is at the last stage of cancer. When the man dies, the doctor is accused of murdering him.
Pinky alias Pooja Malhotra (Kareena Kapoor) and Karan (Tusshar Kapoor) are childhood sweethearts. During this time they exchange vows that they will live for each other only. They separate shortly after but they do not forget their vows. Pooja frantically searches for her sweetheart, but to no avail. She finally decides to write her own story in a the form of a love story. This story turns out to be very popular, and Pooja does get to meet Karan, only to find out that he has a girlfriend by the name of Seema.
Manorama, the daughter of a rich, orthodox family is married off, leaving her childhood friend Deodhar and his secret love for her, in despair. When tragedy befalls her, and traditions seem unfair, Deodhar must fight for what's right.
Three friends who don't take their life seriously are suspended from college so they decide to take revenge on the principal. On reaching his house they find that someone has already killed him.
Anuradha is an orphan who has found a mentor in kind-hearted Mahesh Kumar Gupta. She decides to re-locate to the city and be close to him in Bombay. After a few misadventures, and being rescued by a gallant Kishore, she settles down with Gupta, who would like her to marry his son, Raj Kumar. Anuradha has fallen in love with Kishore, but does not want to upset Gupta, and so she accordingly agrees to this marriage. Then Raj brings home a beautiful young woman named Usha, who he has fallen in love with and got married to. After a few temper tantrums, Gupta does accept Usha as his daughter-in-law. What Gupta does not know is that Usha has married Raj to inherit his vast wealth and estate and be close to her lover, Prem Kishen, who also has an on-going affair with Anuradha. Things get really complicated when Prem is killed, and Anuradha is arrested by the police for killing him.
Kanpur-based, pregnant Geeta Bhargav lives a wealthy lifestyle with her husband, Balwant, and three children: Shrikant, Arun and Usha. Her alcoholic and womanizing husband is arrested for killing a bodyguard of a Courtesan and is sentenced to 20 years in prison. She is then accused of luring men into her house and is asked to move on. Homeless, on the verge of starvation, she is unable to feed her family, and Usha passes away. She decides to become a widow, gets shelter, a job, and has Shrikant enrolled in a hostel. Then her luck changes when she is adopted by wealthy J.S. Archarya, and gives birth to Kirti. She explains her situation to Archarya, who wills her his entire estate and subsequently passes away.
Vikram and his American wife Anna travel to India to meet Vikram's estranged father. The small town of Ooty is oddly familiar to Anna who becomes haunted by visions of a murder that happened thirty years ago.
Inspector Srivastav is framed by a wily and cunning gangster, J.K., and unable to prove his innocence, hangs himself, leaving behind his wife, and son, Vijay. Years later, Vijay has grown up and has joined the police force as an Inspector. Unlike his dad, he is corrupt and does accept bribes to turn a nelson's eye to crime. The City Police are assigned the task of apprehending a customed man called "Shahenshah", who operates at night and targets, tries and kills gangsters in a "Judge and Executioner "style. No one knows the real identity of Shahenshah, as he is feared by the police department, and respected by the poor and middle-class.
The theme revolves around the character Damini who represents truth and innocence. After her marriage in renowned wealthy family, Damini happens to see a cruel act done by her brother-in-law. She wants the victim to get justice, but the family including her husband oppose her, which leads her to leave the house. Soon she is helped by a drunkard, an ex-advocate, who helps her in all respect to reach to her aim and therefore justice
The film is based on the life of Razia Sultan (1205–1240), the only female Sultan of Delhi (1236–1240) and her speculated love affair with the Abyssinian slave, Jamal-ud-Din Yakut. Razia Sultan is 1983 Urdu film, written and directed by Kamal Amrohi, and starring Hema Malini, Parveen Babi and Dharmendra in lead roles. The film's music was provided by Khayyam, with lyrics by Jan Nisar Akhtar and two songs by Nida Fazli who walked into the project when Akhtar died. Some songs were sung by Lata Mangeshkar, including classics like, "Aye Dil-e Nadaan".
Devoted to each other, young lovers Rohit (Kamal Sadanah) and Radhika (Kajol) must keep their romance a secret for fear of her family's disapproval. But after Rohit accidentally kills his sweetheart's delinquent bad-boy brother, Radhika's family packs her off to wed another man. Undeterred, Rohit follows his beloved, forcing a confrontation with her family and her new fiancé (Ajay Mankotia).
A evil man kills young women after having romantic affair with them. By knowing it, four friends get him arrested and electrocuted for death sentence. But his soul returns and starts taking revenge on them and their family one by one.
Once upon a time in a village a dacoit named Daku Mangal Singh (Ranjeet) harasses the villagers for lagaan, When Inspector-in-charge Vijay (Girish Karnad) gets transferred to that village he encounters Daku Mangal Singh (Ranjeet) and makes a plan to set the village free of the menace. This story is about five criminals who were taken by the inspector-in-charge Vijay for help to the village. Inspector Vijay take those criminals at his own risk as the higher authority denies his approval. Daku Mangal Singh also exploits women in the village. Does Vijay succeed in his mission.
A beautiful young girl, possessed from childhood by a vengeful spirit, wanders around lonely places to seduce and kill people and thus, gradually becomes lost in a dark world of revenge and lust.
After years of painstaking research at the cost of his domestic pleasure, Dr. Dipankar Roy discovers a vaccine for leprosy. The news is flashed over television and overnight, an insignificant junior doctor receives international recognition. Professional jealousy and abuse of power threaten Dr. Roy, even as the Secretary of Health reprimands him for breaking the news to the press. He is asked to report to the Director of Health. Professional colleagues Dr. Arijit Sen and Dr. Ramananda invite him to a lecture but it is merely a pretence to humiliate him. Dr. Roy suffers a mild heart attack but he refuses to go to the hospital. His wife and few others like Dr. Kundu stand by Dr. Roy, but the harassment continues; a letter from an American foundation is suppressed and Dr. Roy transferred to a remote village. The last straw is two American doctors receiving credit for discovering the same vaccine. Dr. Roy is shattered. Written by Rajesh Das.
After Trishna marries her sweetheart, Dr. Aditya Bhargava, she finds out that he used to love Ishita Singhania, the only daughter of a multi-millionaire. She also finds out that her
Widowed Sulakshana Devi is a wealthy industrialist and lives a very wealthy, though hectic lifestyle with her only son, Ravi, and nephew, Balwant. While returning from overseas, she is told that Ravi has met with an accident and has been killed. This news does devastate her, but she soon recovers. Then years later, she meets with a young man, Arun Kumar, who was able to retrieve her purse from a thief. Sulakshana finds out that he is unemployed and has not eaten for days. She decides to hire him, not knowing that Arun is a actually a con man, who will do his best to woo her to inherit her estate and Crores of Rupees. Sulakshana also does not know that Ravi did not die accidentally, but was killed by someone who sabotaged his car. Things will get more complicated when a woman named Seema and her uncle enter her life - for a devious reason
Teen lovers are separated by parental snobbery
Bahusaheb Salunkhe a wealthy and kind hearten person lives with his wife they are childless and hope God will bless them soon with a child.Landge manager of Bahusaheb tries to rape their maid Savitri in absence of Bahusaheb's wife.Bahusaheb gets killed while trying to save her , Bhimi daughter of Savitri sees the whole thing.Mrs Salunkhe then adopts Savitri's son Sada while Bhimi is adopted by a Dacoit and his wife.Years later Bhimi known as Bhatak Bhavani makes living by pick pocketing and is always in eyes of Hawaldar Kondiba.Sada finds from his mother how Landge took over their business and framed Savitri for murder of her husband Bahusaheb.Bhatak Bhavani falls in love with Kondiba but her only motive in life is to find Landge and revenge on him.
Four young boys tragically separated from their parents and each other grow up to become four different men with divergent values and conflicting methods. Fate eventually sets their paths for a head on collision.
After the passing away of their parents, Ravi Anand, the eldest of seven brothers, takes it upon himself to raise them - albeit a little wild and kinda animal-like. The brothers all sport long beards, hate taking showers/baths, and above all hate Ravi bossing them around. rest of the story is about how a look a like Ravi comes in to there life
Hatim Tai is the legendary chief of a small district. He is Known for his generosity, wisdom and courage. Hatim learns that one of the local girls in his town has a curse put on her - whomever marries her, the husband will die. In order to break this curse, Hatim agrees to take part in 7 quests. All 7 quest are dangerous but have a moral. If he completes all 7 then he will also release the fairy who has turned into a stone. Hatim and his friend (Satish Shah) embark on a fun but dangerous quest to break the curse once and for all.
Unable to conceive, Thakurain Lajjo enlists the help of her maid, Mahua, and approaches a demon named Nevla, who assures her that she will indeed give birth but if it's a daughter, then she must surrender her to him, to which she agrees. Shortly thereafter, she gives birth to a daughter, Kamya, but refuses to surrender it. Mahua poisons her, abducts Kamya, and takes her to Nevla, but Thakur Pratap Singh intervenes just in time, banishes the former to a coffin in a cavern, and rescues his daughter. 18 years later, Kamya herself will be compelled to approach and resurrect Nevla in order to win the love of Kumar - who she is obsessed with - and will do anything to make him her's forever.
Hired by a singer to defend her friend, who has been accused of murder, a formidable lawyer learns that the man he represents may not be innocent.
Salman falls in love with Ruksar but their fathers, despite being neighbours, are sworn enemies. The couple end up marrying but they are shocked when they finally discover the reason why their fathers allow the marriage to take place.
About to retire, police inspector Samar Singh changes his mind when he discovers that a recently elected official has ties with the underworld.
Rehmat Khan (Raaj Kumar) is the wise leader of a tribe of frontiersmen. After the malevolent leader of a neighboring tribe (Amrish Puri) kidnaps the beautiful Shama (Hema Malini), the woman escapes and seeks refuge in Khan's camp. When Khan falls for her, their love threatens to spark a bloody tribal war in this drama from Prakash Mehra. The Kalyanji-Anandji soundtrack features "Allah Kare Maula Kare" and "Bahut Kat Chuka Hai."
In the arid region of Rajasthan, India; there are two royal families, Mirtagarth and Surjangarh who believes in a religious ritual which states that a warrior from each of these two families will come together annually to have a fierce battle with the winner having to sacrifice a baby buffalo and it will rain in that person's territory. This tradition must be fated to carry on by the future generation as it is a rule of nature set down by their kin.
A honest but disgraced Police Inspector's attempts to clear his name pits him against terrorists and the brother of his sweetheart.
Devdas is sent away by his father so he can improve himself but upon his return his father still doesn’t welcome him back. Devdas and Paro are in love but Paro is a lower caste and is set to be married to an older widower. Devdas is devastated & leaves home. He becomes an alcoholic womanizer and falls in love with a courtesan. Paro tries to get Devdas away from drinking before he self destructs.