Dr. Bhaskar Bannerjee struggles with his patients' suffering and the darkness and poverty he confronts daily. He treats cancer patient Anand , who upon learning of his impending death, determines to use the time he has left to the absolute fullest.
A rich guy falls in love with an independent and strong-minded girl, and moves into her simple neighborhood to earn her love.
Anand Math is a 1952 Hindi patriotic-historical film directed by Hemen Gupta, based on Anandamath, the famous Bengali novel written by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee in 1882. The novel and film are set in the events of the Sannyasi Rebellion, which took place in the late 18th century in eastern India, especially Bengal.
Tirupathi (Mammootty) is the eldest of four brothers and the head of a respected family in the village. He has struggled to bring his family out of poverty and put his other two brothers, Kannan (Abbas) and Surya (Shyam Ganesh), through college. His younger brother Madhavan (Murali) has provided able support. Tirupathi marries Bharathi (Devayani) who fits into the family admirably. But the arrival of Renuka (Rambha) as Madhavan's wife signals the start of problems as she doesn't like her husband's obeisance to Tirupati. Kannan falls in love with the village rich man's daughter Viji (Sneha) but is willing to give her up to save his family from the man's ire.
Anandabhairavi depicts the life of Vasudeva Panikker, a Kathakali artist and his son.
Anandha Poongatre starring Ajith, Meena and Karthik in the lead.Meenakshi (Meena) is a widow living with her son Nandu. Jeeva (Ajith), living in the same colony, has been pining silently for her for the last 4 years. He runs an organization called A-to-Z, which can get anything done for anybody.Jeeva follows Divya (Malavika, last seen with Ajith in Unnai Thedi) to get some information on her for her suitor but she ends up falling for him and pursues him relentlessly. He avoids her, telling her that he is already in love with someone else and when cornered, reveals that it is...
Anandhapurathu Veedu is a 2010 Indian Tamil supernatural mystery film directed by Tamil television director Naga, who has directed serials like Marmadesam, Vidathu Karuppu and Chidambara Rahasiyam. This film, Naga's feature film debut, stars Nandha and Chaya Singh in lead roles along with child artist Aryan, making his debut. Written by Naga, Sharath Haridasan and Indra Soundar Rajan and produced by director S. Shankar's S Pictures, Anandhapurathu Veedu was released on 9 July 2010
Anandha Thollai is about a missing son from a royalty who is targeted by enemies not to be given the throne and his love in the ensuing drama. The movie has been shot in Chennai, Pollachi, Udumalai Pettai and Mysore in 90 days. Vani Viswanath can be seen on the silver screen after a long time. The music of Anandha Thollai has been composed by Ali Mirsa who was earlier an assistant of AR Rahman. Lyricists for this movie are Viveka, Kalai Kumar, Sarathi and Dhiraviyan. The editing department is headed by Udaya Shankar and camera has been handled by David. Anandha Thollai is to be released in the month of November.
Anandha Kanneer is a 1986 Tamil-language Indian feature film directed by K. Vijayan
Film starring Shivaji Ganesan, directed by K. Vijayan
Anandharaagam is a 1982 Indian Tamil film, directed by Bharani, starring Sivakumar and Radha in lead roles. The film had musical score by Ilayaraja and was released on 1982
Anandha Jodhi (Tamil: ஆனந்த ஜோதி) is a 1963 Tamil language film starring MGR in the lead role of the protagonist. Kamal Haasan played as child artist. Sound track all lyrics are written by Kannadasan
Anandha Jodhi is a Tamil language film starring MGR in the lead role of the protagonist
Ananda Thandavam (English: Happy Dance) is a 2009 Tamil-language film adaptation of the Sujatha Rangarajan serialized novel Pirivom Santhippom, directed by A.R. Gandhi Krishna and produced by Oscar V. Ravichandran of Aascar Films. This is one of the love stories by the late author Sujatha.The characters Raghu (Siddharth Venugopal) & Madhumitha (Tamanna Bhatia): their love story captured so many hearts that writer Sujatha, who had initially finished the first novel, started the second part due to high demand from readers.
Kiran (Akash) and Aishwarya (Rekha) are neighbors for 20 years in Hyderabad. They study in the same college and immensely hate each other. Rekha's parents shift to Ooty. In Ooty house, Aishwarya founds an unopened greeting card addressed to Deepika (Tanu Roy). Aishwarya comes to know that Deepika is the girl who stayed in that room in the past. Deepika committed suicide because her lover Vamsi (Venkat) did not return after going to Hyderabad. Aishwarya opens the letter addressed to Deepika and realizes that Vamsi wrote it. It's a sensitive letter written by Vamsi explaining his feelings towards her. Aishwarya does not want to disappoint Vamsi that Deepika is no more. She starts writing letters on the name of 'Deepika'. Interestingly, on the other side Kiran would be replying all these mails on the name of 'Vamsi', as Vamsi dies of accident in Hyderabad. The rest of the film is about how these two people come to know about the real story and turn the their hatred into love
Kalyana Krishnan (Mukesh) is part of an orthodox Brahmin family who still follow the caste system. He ends up marrying Nirmala (Annie), a Christian girl. To get the family's approval for the marriage, Nirmala masquerades as a Brahmin orphan. The film continues with the tricks & travails that they have to face owing to this.
In the ancient village of Shivapuram, little Ananthan hears a tale from his mother, Gayathri (Revathi). She tells him that his family comes from a line of powerful magicians, and they are responsible for protecting nagamanikyam, a jewel on a serpent's head. The jewel, she narrates, lies in a secret place in the house guarded by snakes, including a tiny snake called Kunjootan. Years later, obeying the wishes of his dead mother, Ananthan (Prithviraj Sukumaran) returns to his ancestral village to light the lamps at Shivakavu, a dark and mysterious temple of Shiva.
In India, In a typical Oriya family of Nadpur Village in Mayurbhanj District go about their lives in their different vocations.
An NRI enlists the help of his cop-friend to sell off his ancestral home, but later hears rumours of it being haunted. Unwilling to let go of the property at a throwaway price, he asks a team of four quirky guys to spend a night in the house and prove that it isn’t a ghost den.