Based in Mumbai, Raja (Arjun) lives a violent yet poor lifestyle along with his father, Banwarilal. He meets with and comes to the rescue of Madurai/Mahendrapur-based belle, Mahalakshmi/Madhumita (Jyotika), and both fall in love with each other. When she returns home, her dad (Ashish Vidyarthi) finds that she is in love with Raja, instantly approves of him, and asks her to invite him, which she does. Raja accordingly arrives to meet her family - and it is this arrival that will pit him against goons dispatched by none other than Mahalakshmi's dad, who wants him dead - at any and all costs.
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The film is about a young teacher who arrives at a village school, who tries to make a definite change in student attitude.
Story of Rani Lakshmibai, one of the leading figures of the Indian Rebellion of 1857 and her resistance to the British Raj.
Arjun is a sincere CBI officer. He rescues a kidnapped lady (Tabu) from the clutches terrorists. But in the process Rani loses her parents. Arjun takes Rani to his house. With the help of Rani, he makes a sketch of the kingpin and publishes it in major newspapers. The kingpin summons a local don to eliminate Arjun.
The film is based on two couples – where the first couple Dr. Chandra Shekar (Gemini Ganesan) & Parvathi (Anjali Devi) and the second couple is Ravi (A. Nageswara Rao) & Lakshmi (Savitri). Ravi & Lakshmi are happy lovers. Ravi is summoned and asked to marry another girl forcibly. Since his father's life & honor are at stake, Ravi agrees to the marriage. Simultaneously another marriage takes place in the same village Dr. Chandra Shekar visits his best friend's sister marriage but the marriage cancels in the last moment due to dowry problems to keep up his friend's prestige Shekar marriage's his sister called Parvathi. Due to sudden marriage, the couple doesn't see each other. Thereby because marriage is happening without his wish Ravi also not seen the bride's face. Both the bridal parties traveling on the same train which run into a disastrous accident. In the accident Ravi's parents and wife are dead.
Mattilo Manikyam (Telugu: మట్టిలో మాణిక్యం) is a 1971 Telugu drama film directed by B. V. Prasad. It is produced by actor Chalam. The film won National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Telugu in 1971.
Muthuvelu lives with his mother Deivanai and his grandfather in a mountainous area. Despite being an educated man, he makes his living harvesting honey using traditional methods. The wicked forest officer Sundaram often gets into fight with Muthuvelu. One day, the city girl Kaveri spots Muthuvelu singing a song and she records it with her video camera, she then sends the video to a TV channel. Muthuvelu's song is telecast by the TV channel, Muthuvelu becomes popular in no time thus he becomes a singer.Muthuvelu goes in search of his father. He finds that his father Ratnasabapathy is now married and has three sons. What transpires later forms the crux of the story.
Mangana Kaiyalli Manikya is a complete comedy entertainer. Harshika Poonachha will be seen in the role of an assistant director in the film. Rangayana Raghu, Ravishankar Gowda and Sonia Gowda are in the important roles.
In this unusual feature, Manika (Ayesha Dharker) is a girl born in a Catholic family in a south Indian fishing village is convinced that she has recently had a former life as a Brahman wife in Nepal. Her parish priest, Father Daniel (Julian Sands) is under orders to convince her otherwise, as reincarnation does not accord with official Catholic doctrine. Instead, he agrees to journey with her to the site of her dreams of a previous life. Once there, they discover that all is just as she had dreamed it, and her former husband has remarried despite promising not to. Her arrival on the scene does not disturb the man, but it really upsets his new wife, who departs with her baby. Manika decides that it helps no one for her to remain there in Nepal, and returns to her home in the south. However, all this has caused a genuine crisis of faith for the priest who, witnessing all this, has had to grapple with some irreconcilable issues.
Ashokan lives at home with his sisters and their jobless husbands. Struggling to meet ends meet, Ashokan comes to know about his uncle's vast inheritance for him as long as Ashokan marries his uncle's daughter. The movie details how Ashokan tries to like his arrogant, disrespectful fiance but instead falls in love with the maid.
Calcutta, 1950: Satyajit Ray directs his first film and, by opening his eyes on his country's realities, breaks every convention of Indian cinema. During twenty-five years, Ray's personal photographer Nemai Gosh will be his shadow. This movie tells their parallel destinies, it ventures Satyajit Ray's extraordinary artistic journey through the obsessive lens of Nemai Gosh.
In 1950, a young woman named Manikyam was found dead in the village of Paleri. Around 52 years later, Haridas, a private investigator, tries to unravel the truth about her death.
A young man goes to India in search of spiritual freedom. Walking along the narrow streets of the city Varanasi, he communicates with local enlightened, looks at funeral bonfires, floats on boat on the Ganges and waiting for him to from his future wife.
Maanikyan is a 2005 Malayalam film directed by K K Haridas. The film stars Kalabhavan Mani, Kausalya, Jagathy Sreekumar and Undapakru in lead roles.
A romantic comedy film directed by Martyn, starring Ma Ka Pa Anand and Suza Kumar in the lead roles.
Pon Manickavel aka Pon Manikavel is a Tamil action movie, directed by A C Mugil Selappan.