A wealthy, but evil man named Zafar Khan, has fallen in love a girl named Salma and wants to marry her, but she and her father do not let him. Zafar is arrested for various crimes and is imprisoned for 10 years, but when he is discharged, he sees that Salma is married to a good man named Aslam Khan. Zafar Khan, wants to convince Salma to marry him but Salma refuses. Zafar plots his revenge...
Raju is a poor coolie who falls in love with a rich girl. He pretends to be rich and tells one big lie after another to marry her.
Coolie is a 1995 Tamil language film directed and written by P. Vasu. The film features Sarathkumar and Meena in lead roles while Radharavi, Raja and Kavitha Vijayakumar play supporting roles. The film opened in April 1995 but fared below critics' expectations
Ko leads a team of Hong Kong assassins that are taken out one by one. Ko manages to flee to the countryside, where he aims to find out who's behind this and to gain the strength to fight back. Helping him is local girl Tong, whilst chasing Ko is the long arm of the law, represented by cop Chung.
Coolie No.1 is action romance based movie in which, Ranjani (Tabu), is a rich, spoilt and arrogant girl who has a I dont Care attitude towards life. Ranjanis father is a rich Industrialist Koteswara Rao (Rao Gopal Rao) who resides in Singapore. In an incident Ranjani clashes with Raju (Venkatesh) who is a coolie. Raju vows to do something about Rajinis arrogance and ego. Ranjani goes to Singapore to see her father where she meets up with Bharat (who is none other than Raju who pretends to be Bharat) a modish and rich man in Singapore.
Official remake of the film Coolie No 1 (1995).
Gonzo, who longs to become a full-fledged samurai, is caught up in a warlord conflict.
A documentary about young people from rural China who get payed to improve World of Warcraft characters for kids in the West.
Raja lives with his elder brother, sister-in-law, and their little daughter. Rajabecomes a coolie and transports articles. He is jailed for smuggling. His brother gets into an accident at work at the mill and loses his arms. He loses his job and needs money for treatment. Raja begs his brother's boss , but he refuses. Raja breaks into the boss' safe to get the money but it is too late as the brother dies. The boss throws Raja in jail. How he escapes and gets his revenge on the boss forms the climax of the movie
Two lines of workers, pulling a steamroller, somewhere in the streets of Saigon, Vietnam (nowadays, Ho Chi Minh City).
Coolies: How Britain Reinvented Slavery tells the astonishing and controversial story of the systematic recruitment and migration of over a million Indians to all corners of the Empire. It is a chapter in colonial history that implicates figures at the very highest level of the British establishment and has defined the demographic shape of the modern world. Combining archive footage and historical evidence the programme includes interviews with Gandhi’s great-grandaughter, Uma Dhupelia-Mesthrie, about Gandhi’s campaign to end indentured labour and David Dabydeen – author and academic – whose great-grandfather was an indentured labourer in British Guyana. Coolies: How Britain Reinvented Slavery traces family stories through epic voyages across South America, the South Pacific and Africa, as descendants investigate their past and trace the last surviving witnesses.
Explores how people from the Philippines, China and India first arrived on the shores of North and South America, their survival amid harsh conditions, re-migrations and settlement in the Americas. The film travels across oceans and centuries of time to trace the globally interlocking story of East and West. Ancestors in the Americas is a two-part series that presents the history, challenges, and lasting impact of early Asian immigrants to the Americas, from the 1700s to the 1900s. The series follows their little-known journeys and stories, reveals their pioneering struggle against racial hatred and for basic rights, and depicts their lasting cultural, legal and economic contributions to the building of the Americas. Using a "documemoir" approach, ANCESTORS IN THE AMERICAS brings to life this largely undocumented past and invites a new understanding of American history.