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Ab Laut Chalen
Director: Rishi Kapoor
Starring: Akshay Khanna, Aishwarya Rai, Rajesh khanna, Kadar Khan,
Paresh Rawal, Moushumi Chatterjee
"Aa Ab Laut Chalen" is about Rohan, an educated but unemployed
youth. He is inspired by his friend Ranjit and decides to go to
USA, where he manages to find a place to live along with two other
people - one Indian and one Pakistani. He meets Pooja, who is also
from India. Pooja starts developing a soft corner for Rohan, but
he doesn't reciprocate because, for him ambition comes first.
Director: Yogesh Ishwar
Starring: Sunil Shetty, Sushmita Sen, Namrata Shirodkar
Govind and his sister comes to Mumbai from Punjab to begin a new
life (Aaghaaz means beginning). But to begin a new life, one would
need to be escaping from the old one. So what is Govind leaving
behind? Through flashbacks we see that Govind and Sudha , a sexy
police officer were in love, but Govind, as the plot was written,
married Suman Ranganathan out of decency because she was carrying
someone else's child.
Passage to India
Director: David Lean
Starring: Judy Davis , Victor Banerjee
Tensions between Indians and the colonial British come to a boil
when a white female tourist accuses a young Indian Doctor of rape
during a visit to caverns. A study of colonial relations and the
nature of memory. Based on E. M. Forster's novel.
On The Beach
Director: Gurinder Chadha
Starring: Kim Vithana, Lalita Ahmed
An acclaimed comedy in which a group of Asian women set out on
a harmless day trip to Blackpool to get away from everyday routine.
What they experience will change their lives forever.
Starring: Aditya Srivastava, Agesh Markam
The story of India's most famous and feared outlaw, Phoolan Devi,
and how she eventually surrendered to the police. Was she really
a dangerous woman who terrorized the ruling caste or an ordinary
low caste woman who had been kidnapped by louts?
Director: Damien O'Donnell
Starring: Om Puri, Linda Bassett
Comedy drama dealing with racial culture clash in 1970s Manchester.
Directed by Damien O'Donnell from a screenplay by Ayub Khan-Din.
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