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Reshma aur Shera Reshma and Shera love each other in the midst of a violent feudal conflict between their clans. When their families find out about their relationship, Chotu, Shera's sharp shooting kid brother carries out his father's orders to kill Reshma's father and her recently married brother. Unable to bear the grief of the widowed bride Shera kills his own father believing he actually pulled the trigger. Trying to save Shera from grief and destructive madness, Reshma marries Chotu. In the climax Shera tries to redeem his patricidal act and commits suicide. Reshma also dies rolling down a sand dune towards his dead body. A sandstorm comes to cover their bodies and the lovers are united in death.
Mujhe jeene do This movie is based on the dacoits of Chambal Valley in Madhya Pradesh. It traces the life of the dacoit, a role played by Sunil Dutt and his love for a prostitute whom he marries. They also have a child. The harsh conditions and the day-to-day life of the the dacoits is depicted. Police is after Sunil Dutt yet he escapes their clutches only to fall prey to them in the end and sacrifices his life for the love of his family leaving his wife, child, and mother helpless and sad in the end.
Dulha dulhan Chanda, daughter of rich man lost her memory and met with Raj in Bombay. Raj and Bansi works with All India Redio. Raj eventually marries Rekha (name given). One day her father saw her and she disappears as mysteriously as she had entered his life. Raj went to Kullu but Chanda was not able to recoganized him as her memory was back. At the end Chanda remembers evert thing and the lived happily.
Aashiqui Rahul and Anu Verghese meet on the same day, while both are held by the police on charges of creating a disturbance, and running away respectively. Rahul is angry with his dad for marrying a second time, while his first wife is still alive; and Anu ran away from an oppressive girls' hostel run by Arnie Campbell. They meet again, and love happens. Rahul helps Anu to be independent, and seek a job. Then Anu is discovered by a talent agent to be a model, which she accepts. Rahul wants to marry Anu, but first must establish himself. He does establish himself as a singer, but is under the impression that Anu helped him with his career, his ego is hurt, and he is resentful against Anu. Anu then decides to better her career.
Saaya Tanya is a rich woman married to Vinod. But their lives change by Vinod's death. Tanya than starts falling in love with a doctor named Akash. But Akash is in love with a woman named Maya and after some time gets married to her. But their marriage does not last long. Because, first Maya leaves him to travel to another part of India to help people who are sick; and then Akash receives news that she is dead. Tanya comes up to console Akash and hopes that he will now love, accept and marry her. But Akash does not do so, as he is still immersed in Maya's memories, and believes that Maya is still alive and calling out to him.
Afsana Afsana is the story of love and betrayal. Shekhar, Gopal, and Renu are brought together by the stroke of destiny in a jungle, they are forced hideout from their hunting past. Renu manages to win over Shekar, with the help of Gopal and get married. Than Shekhar's first wife Kamini comes back from the claws of death to restake her claim on Shekhar's wealth and poroperty. Gopal met with an accident and died.
Nishabd Vijay lives lives in India with his wife, Amrita, an accomplished Kuchipudi dancer who he has been married to for 27 years, and a daughter, Ritu, who is now 18 years of age. The family has a vast estate, where Vijay likes to trek around indulging in his sole passion - photography. This holiday, Ritu brought along a friend, Jia, to this household. Jia, quite childish, now lives with her divorcée mom in Brisbane, Australia, resents her lifestyle, especially after her mom started living with another man. When Rita sprains her ankle, both Vijay and Jia are thrown into each other's company. Amrita notices that Vijay suddenly starts singing to himself, then bursting into uncontrollable fits of laughter. Then all of a sudden, Ritu asks Jia to leave the household, but is prevented by Vijay. [...]
Bharosa Ramdas is a trusting individual, and trusts everybody around him. When times turn bad for him, he entrusts the life of his son, Bansi, to his trusted employee, Ronaklal, and departs. He regularly sends money to Ronaklal to provide for the upkeep of his son, but Ronaklal uses this money to educate his son, Deepak, keeps Bansi uneducated, and makes him do a lot of manual work. Years pass by, Ronaklal is now crippled, and is dependent on Bansi, as Deepak has left him, got married to a wealthy girl, and lives with his in-laws. When Ramadas returns, Ronaklal is unable to tell the truth because of money. But later on he confined in public function that Bansi is the real son of Ramdas.