Radhey is a poor, low caste Hindu with a bad temper, who often gets into fights. One fight puts him in the hospital with head injuries which cause amnesia, around the same time a high caste woman he was in love with re-enters his life.
Shabana Khan is the special agent who is entrusted the task of assassinating a deadly arms dealer by the Indian Intelligence Agencies.
In a mountainous, hilly and forest region; Vishal Saxena and Natasha meet on one of the hills during a college hike only to spend considerable time with each other which eventually blossom into love. Natasha confide to Vishal that she would like to get married but Vishal asks for a time period of 6 months; they both agree on terms that they will not meet or get in contact with each other during this period but after the 6 months has passed they both will reunite at the hill they first meet. Eventually the 6 months passed by and Natasha goes to meet Vishal but even after a long wait he does not turn up prompting Natasha to pay him a visit but unfortunately she find his house occupy by a female named Nalini Sen; when question she gets informed that Nalini brought the house from Vishal 6 months ago. Natasha believes that one day Vishal will return and asks permission from Nalini to take up lodging at the house. Eventually Natasha gets to realize that she is at the mercy of Professor ...
Zindagi Tere Naam is a 2012 Hindi-language Indian feature film directed by Ashu Trikha, starring Mithun Chakraborty and Ranjeeta in lead roles and the film is a matured love story. The film was completed in 2008, but released only in 2012 with limited prints. The film is based on the American Nicholas Sparks' novel The Notebook and the 2004 movie of the same name.
Tor Naam is a 2012 Bengali movie directed by Jaya Sankar and produced by Weird Industries. The film is a remake of the Telegu movie Kotha Bangaru Lokam.
A group of six guys and three girls who meet in college become thick friends and eventually take their friendship beyond the classroom and the campus. All goes well for the group until they are faced with sudden crisis. The event strengthens the group's bond as they struggle hard to overcome the situation.
A widow raises two sons, one of whom is not her biological child (unbeknownst to him). Her biological child leaves India to work in Dubai, but eventually finds himself in the criminal underworld.
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Rani Mera Naam is a 1972 Bollywood drama film directed by K. S. R. Das. The film stars Ashok Kumar and Prem Nath.
Naam Iruvar is a 1985 Indian Tamil film, directed by R. Krishnamoorthy and produced by A. V. M. Kumaran.
Three woman-hating brothers face changes in their respective lifestyles when two of them fall in love.
Naam is a 2003 Indian Tamil drama film written and directed by Saba Kailash. The film is produced Prakash Raj, who himself starred in the leading role, while an ensemble cast of newcomers formed secondary roles. The film released in September 2003 to positive reviews from critics. The film was a remake of Telugu film Aithe.
On the rise of Hindu fundamentalism as reflected in the temple/mosque conflict in Ayodhya that led to nation wide carnage.
Lovely Pinky Malhotra is a heart-breaker in the college where she studies, and has a number of young men who would lay down their lives for her. Amongst them are Sunil and Vicky. She is attracted to Sunil, and both carry on a romantic relationship, hoping to get married after finishing college. Before that could happen, Pinky finds out that Sunil has been two-timing her as he is already dating another young collegian. Angered and hurt at this, she decides she will have nothing to do with him, and starts her romance with Vicky. Sunil, who does not know what has transpired, wants to talk to Pinky with a view of rekindling their romance, but Pinky refuses to speak with him. The question remains is Sunil really in love with another girl, and if so, why did he take the trouble to woo Pinky?
The film tells the story of four children who are separated at a fair and unknowingly reunite years later when Geeta (Sadhana) meets Nita (also Sadhana) in prison. Nita has been wrongly accused of murder. Geeta is then caught up in a scheme to find the true killer which leads her to her brother Johnny's (Sunil Dutt) gang.
Naam Pirandha Mann is a Tamil language film starring Kamal Haasan in the lead role of the protagonist
Babar Naam Gandhiji is about Mahatma Gandhi and modern society through the eyes of street child. The film is based around a boy named Kencho, who has an encounter with the Father of the Nation through a currency note with Gandhiji's photo on it. The curious boy is adopted by an NGO and is taught the ideals of Gandhiji.
A perfectly happy couple believe they live their dream when they expect their first child. That dream is shattered when the child dies, leaving them to cope with their loss, their environment, and ultimately themselves.
Circa British Raj in India, in a small village, Bansiram has owned and maintained a plot of land donated to him by a kind-hearted Zamindar. The Zamindar passes away, and his lecherous, womanizing, and alcoholic son views this plot, and describes it as heavenly, and wants it at any cost. Bansiram refuses to sell, and the Zamindar's son wants it by hook or by crook. Bansiram appeals to the British for protection, which they provide, and Bansiram is thus able to save his property. Shortly thereafter the Zamindar's son passes away, and his look-alike son, Devraj comes to take-over the estate. Devraj does not consider taking-over Bansiram's land as a priority, and years go by. The Zamindar's soul, unable to complete it's task during this life-time, wonders around in anguish and pain - waiting. When Devraj finally goes to see Bansiram, he finds an elderly semi-senile man...
Naam Gum Jaayega was a short-lived 2002 TV series that aired on SET in India.
The show is based on the Arabian Nights character Aladdin. Aladdin is a young man who falls in love with Princess Yasmine. His life changes after he finds a magical lamp which has a gene inside.
A peek into the lives of many Bollywood faces and Indian celebrities with interviews of their families and friends.
What Shall I Name This Love? is an Indian soap opera currently aired on channel STAR Plus. The show is a star-crossed love story presenting an interesting contrast of personalities entwined in a relationship swinging between love & hate. Khushi and Arnav have diametrically opposite ideologies. If Khushi believes in means, Arnav believes only in ends. Khushi's relationships are the most important to her, whereas Arnav believes all people come with a price and can be manipulated for one's benefit. As the story progresses, their love-hate relationship witnesses a series of dramatic conflicts. Arnav constantly tries to break Khushi's steadfast morals just in order to prove to himself that he can control everyone; Khushi on the other hand, always tries to follow her values & morals.
Chaldi Da Naam Gaddi is a comedy-drama series that premiered on November 16, 2007 on Zee TV. The show was based on the story of a Punjabi family who faced many ups and downs to keep alive their tradition of performing arts.
Mehndi Tere Naam Ki was a Hindi television drama series that aired on Zee TV channel. The show was produced by popular Bollywood actress Aruna Irani. Because of its popularity among audiences, the show was nominated for numerous award categories by the Indian Telly Awards: Anand Raj Anand was nominated for the TV Music Director of The Year award and Asif Shaikh was nominated for the TV Actor in a Negative Role award for his character Raj.
Pyaar Ke Do Naam: Ek Raadha, Ek Shyaam is an Indian television romantic drama series, which premiered on April 3, 2006. It was broadcast on Star Plus channel Monday through Thursday at 8:00 pm IST. The story focuses on the concept of reincarnation and how everlasting love lasts between the lead pairs. The series is produced by Rajshri Productions, and stars Barkha Bisht and Indraneil Sengupta in the main lead.
Sindoor Tere Naam Ka was a Hindi serial that has aired since March 21, 2005 until April 6, 2007. Due to its popularity, the series was to be dubbed in Mandarin for scheduled airing in China as of 2007.
Mera Naam Karegi Roshan is an Indian television series that airs on Zee TV, based on the story of a daughter and her crusade against injustice and inequality. On November 26, 2010 it was announced that Mera Namm Karegi Roshan was canceled due to lack of ratings. The final episode aired on December 9, 2010.
The series portrays the aftermath of the January 2011 uprisings and the way Egypt's political and economical turmoil affected its society.
Les Galapiats is a French-Belgian-Swiss-Canadian television series, composed of eight episodes lasting 26 minutes each, directed by Pierre Gaspard-Huit broadcast in 1970 on the second channel of the ORTF and December 1969 in the RTB, Belgium.