Vijay Govind, a young college lecturer who dreams of marriage falls for Geetha, a level-headed woman who's wary of strangers and isn't easy to convince. While things seem to go smoothly, Vijay makes a terrible mistake which not only derails any hope for his love story, but also potential repercussions with his family.
Set against the backdrop of violent class, a love story of a man who turns into a rebel in a battle between feudal-minded oppressors and the downtrodden.
Geetha is a 1981 Indian Kannada romance drama film directed by and starring Shankar Nag in the lead role, alongside Padmavathi Rao. The supporting cast features K. S. Ashwath, Ramesh Bhat and Gayathri. Ilayaraaja composed the soundtrack and the background score for the film that and was declared a blockbuster musical hit. The track "Santhoshakke" from the film became widely popular in Karnataka and is still performed for in concerts and other events
Sanju and Geeta are all set to get married. Unfortunately, the day before their wedding Geeta is kidnapped, and Sanju kills the kidnappers, and is sent to the jail. Can Sanju and Geetha ever meet?
Geethanjali is a 2014 Indian Telugu horror comedy film written by Kona Venkat and directed by debutant Raj Kiran featuring Anjali in the lead role. The film's soundtrack and background score were composed by Praveen Lakkaraju.
Oru Vasantha Geetham is a Tamil film released in 1994 directed and produced by T. Rajendar. Rajender himself appeared in the title role with Gouthami, whilst the film featured an extensive cast, which also featured Rajendar's three real life children, along with a bevy of supporting actors. The film released on 4 May 1994.
Geethanjali is a 1985 Tamil Indian feature film directed by K.Rangaraj. The film stars Murali, Sathyaraj and Nalini in the lead roles.
Anjali, whose sister Geeta has committed suicide, is haunted by her spirit upon her return to her mother's home. When psychologist Dr Sunny tries to help Anjali, he makes a shocking discovery.
Bhagyaraj and Saritha are a married couple. Bhagyaraj is a graduate and works as an administrator in a company. Their marriage comes to an end when Bhagyaraj betrays Saritha for her widowed friend. Bhagyaraj confesses the truth as he gets drunk, and tries to explain himself, and even her family tries to convince her to condone this one little mistake, but Saritha cannot forgive him his unfaithfulness and they break up. After their divorce, Saritha finds out that she is pregnant. She moves into her new home. Five years later, they meet each other in a bus.
The film is about a Chief minister and his family being kidnapped and taken to a remote village making them undergo the hardships of village life to learn about it.
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Sneha Geetham is made with college backdrop and looks at the aims and aspirations of the present generation youth and The director shows the way of thinking of students, their future plans, their goals, their life and all other points in detail in this movie. The film had delicate emotions and healthy comedy.
Film with a soundtrack featuring Chitra and S.P. Balasubrahmanyam.
Kaaval Geetham is a 1992 film starring Vikram and Sithara in the lead roles. The music was by Ilayaraja and directed by S. P. Muthuraman.
Based on the story "The First Teacher» by the Soviet author Chingiz Aitmatov. Altynai is an orphan girl living in a remote mountain area. Though she is in her youth, Altynai never got a chance to have a proper education. With the founding of a new administrative structure, the government mediates to establish the education system in the rural areas. One day, Duishen an attractive stranger comes to the village to provide education facilities for the children in the village. He starts a school in the village. Young Altynai also joins the school to study. Together with the other ordinary villagers who don't know the value of education, both aunt and uncle of Altynai also try to destroy the school. Altynai tries her best to continue with her studies amid of all the hardships she faces. Meanwhile Altynai falls in love with Duishen.
Geethanjali and Prakash, two terminally ill people with six months of life left, fall in love. A young man diagnosed with a terminal illness wishes to spend the few remaining days of his life in solitude away from his family. He comes to a hill station and there he comes across a girl, who seems to be his complete opposite and full of life. As they keep playing tricks on each other they get closer to each other. One such incident makes him aware of a shocking truth about her, which changes both their lives forever.
Aparna, a teacher, learns that her student Abhimanyu is the son of the man she once loved. Having grown rather fond of him, she's shocked when another man arrives and claims that Abhimanyu is his son.
A 1983 Indian Tamil film, starring Sivakumar, T. Rajendar and Nalini in lead roles.