Inspectors Amar (Dharmendra) and Dayal (Raza Murad) in their attempt to arrest bandit Sher Singh (Amrish Puri),, get injured, Amar survives, but Dayal gets his legs crushed and becomes wheelchair-bound. Later, Amar arrests local politician Jagannath Prasad (Kader Khan), who gets released without being charged while Amar gets reprimanded, and decides to resign. Later, Sher Singh hijacks a bus and holds the passengers as hostages in exchange for 25 of his jailed associates. Dayal's granddaughter, Seema (Mandakini), is amongst them, and Dayal asks Amar for assistance. Amar, along with ex-convict, Qasim Ali (Shatrughan Sinha), and Karan (Karan Kapoor), a drug-dealer, does manage to rescue them but differences crop up among the trio and they part ways. Then Amar finds out that Qasim and Karan have masterminded a plan to facilitate the escape of the 25 convicts, and decides to confront them.
Shankar (Dharmendra), a well-meaning but disgraced cop, is determined to fight a corrupt system, taking to task miscreants and criminals in his city. The movie begins as an aspiring underworld don, Lukkabhai (Mohan Joshi) ousts his erstwhile mentor Tandyabhai (Deepak Shirke), to emerge as the reigning champion of a crime infested world. Elsewhere, Arjun (Mithun Chakraborty), an ex-military man, has forfeited his love and career as a consequence of hitching up with a local goon. As a result, Arjun seeks his refuge in liquor. Shankar chances upon Arjun and rescues him when Arjun hits rock bottom. Meanwhile, angered by Shankar's meddling, Lukka rapes and kills Shankar's sister to teach him a lesson. Infuriated, Shankar teams up with Arjun, who now is indebted to him, and Mustafabhai (Shakti Kapoor), who wants payback for Lukka chopping his hands off. Together, they deliver the kingpin of the underworld and his minions to a well-deserved end, restoring harmony and justice to society.
Bombay-based criminal don, Mustafa, was the very man who introduced Lukka to the criminal world. This was the starting point for Lukka, for, unlike Mustafa, who didn't deal in ammunition, fire-arms, and drugs, there was no limit. And soon Lukka had his own followers, who eventually other-threw Mustafa, making him the uncrowned king of the underworld. People who were foolish enough to oppose Lukka were easily disposed off. For instance, Mustafa had his arms cut off; Tandya was shot dead; Police Inspector Shankar was dismissed from service, and imprisoned; Air Force Pilot Arjun was dishonorably discharged and then court-martial-ed. Now there is no one left to oppose Lukka and his followers, who are all set to do what they like - no limits whatsoever.
Richard Phillips' Lindsay Lohan will be included in "Commercial Break," presented by the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture, Venice, Italy, June 1 - 5, 2011, concurrent with the 54th international exhibition of the Venice Biennale.
2015 Malayalam thriller film written and directed by Ranjith. It features Mohanlal as Raju and Andrea Jeremiah as Jayanthi in lead roles along with Ajmal Ameer, Siddique, Mythili, Tini Tom, Vijayaraghavan, Renji Panicker and V. K. Prakash in significant roles. The film is produced by Antony Perumbavoor under the banner Aashirvad Cinemas.
Hollywood actress Lindsay Lohan travels to India to investigate the issue of child trafficking. As the capital Delhi prepares to host the Commonwealth Games, she talks to young boys just rescued from factories in the slums. When she learns that many have been sent away with traffickers by their own parents, Lindsay sets off to find out why. In West Bengal, parents, child victims, and a former trafficker share their stories and reveal the desperate poverty which fuels this cruel trade in children. As India's economy is booming, Lindsay asks what can be done to stop this abuse.
While restoring a fifteenth-century painting Julia reveals a hidden Latin phrase. A series of murders begin to rock her small world of art experts, patrons and restorers, and she finds that the mystery of the painting is interwoven with the mystery of the deaths around her.
A little group of people in Israel decides to track down a treasure which, according to the legend, is placed in the city of Petra in the kingdom of Jordan. No man ever survived this treasurehunt "to the other side" (of the Jordan River) before and the adventure ends up with fatal consequences.
Surendra (T. Gopichand) is an honest and hot-blooded cop. Archana (Gowri Pandit) is the daughter of police commissioner. They meet accidentally and their relationship blossoms into love. Archana's father is of Bihar origin. Parents settle the match of Surendra and Archana. When they are about to get engaged, Surendra expresses his reservations due to Archana overhearing her father's conversation with his long estranged sister on the subject of Archana and Sinha marrying. Surendra takes the blame for the destroyed relationship and Archana goes back to Bihar to wed her cousin Sinha (Salim Baig). The rest of the story is all about how Surendra goes to Bihar and wins Archana back.
Based in Australia, Chandu lives with his paternal uncle, Krishna Rao. He dramatically meets with Mahalakshmi, who manages 'Andhra Mirchi' restaurant, and both fall in love with each other. Their hopes to get married are in vain after her aunt forcibly takes her to India in order to get her married to her son, Prem Kumar. Chandu follows her, manages to convince her father, Pasupathi, by saving the life of the latter's son, Shriman Gajapati Naidu, from Sivaiah/Shivaji's goons. Pasupathi is ready to finalize the marriage but asks Chandu to complete a gruesome task - and it is this request that will change everyone's lives forever.
Living Lohan is an American reality television series that debuted on E! on May 26, 2008. The series aired for a total of nine episodes, ending its run on July 27, 2008.