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Thoda Pyaar Thoda Magic (2008)

Thoda Pyaar Thoda Magic (2008)

Thoda Pyaar Thoda Magic (2008)

Casting: Rani Mukherjee, Saif Ali Khan, Amisha Patel, Rishi Kapoor, Cameron Pearson, Akshat Chopra
Director: Kunal Kohli
Release Date: 28 June 2008 (USA)
Stroryline: Ranbeer Talwar (Saif Ali Khan), one of the country’s top industrialists, is a loner, not by choice, but because he lost everyone he ever loved. He is now faced with a very peculiar and uncomfortable situation. In a rare and landmark court verdict, he is to look after 4 orphan children. The orphans hate him and want revenge from him. The children do not want to live with a man they hate. He too cannot face them or look them in the eye for certain reasons. Their life together is very unhappy. One day they pray to God for help and he does help them. He sends his most mischievous, childlike, lovable angel to the rescue, with a mission to bring Ranbeer and the kids together. Geeta (Rani Mukerji) comes bicycling down a rainbow… and bursts into Ranbeer’s house as the self-proclaimed new nanny. And then starts the roller coaster ride of fun, emotions, magic and love. An angel who doesn’t know what love is. A man who always lost love. Four orphans who need love. All come together to bring you a film with fun, excitement, masti, tears, magic and love.

Truly…

Thoda Pyaar, Thoda Magic!
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Amar Akbar Anthony (1977)

Amar Akbar Anthony (1977)

Amar Akbar Anthony (1977)

Casting: Vinod Khanna, Rishi Kapoor, Amitabh Bachchan, Neetu Singh, Parveen Babi, Shabana Azmi, Nirupa Roy, Pran, Jeevan, Yusuf Khan, Mukri, Nasir Hussain, Kamal Kapoor, Hercules, Shivraj
Director: Manmohan Desai
Release Date: 7 January, 1977
Stroryline: The Chauffeur of Robert, Kishanlal, takes the blame for him, and pleads guilty for rash driving resulting in death, and is sentenced. Kishanlal had undertaken to do this only when Robert promised that he will look after his family, consisting of wife, Bharti, and three sons, Amar, Raju, and Chhotey. When Kishanlal completes his jail term and returns home, he is shocked to find his family living a destitute life, his wife is seriously ill, and his children have not been fed for several days. His attempts to get some compensation from Robert are in vain, so he steals his vehicle and runs for it. When he reaches home, he finds a suicide note from Bharti. He picks up his three children, and drives on until he reaches a statue of Mahatma Gandhi. He asks his sons to look after each other, and he will be back soon. Kishanlal drives the stolen car, and is chased by Robert’s men. Kishanlal meets with an accident, which destroys the car, but he survives. When he regains his senses he finds that the trunk of the car had contained a box of gold bars. He picks these up, and runs to where he had left his sons behind. Alas, his sons are no longer there. Kishan re-establishes himself as a rich man, and continues to look for his children. Bharti, meanwhile meets with an accident, and loses her vision. She thinks that her husband and children all perished in the vehicle accident. The children are all separated, Amar is picked up and adopted by a Hindu Police Inspector Khanna; Chhotey is picked up by a Catholic Priest; while Raju is picked by a Ilahabadi, a Muslim tailor. Will Kishan and Bharti ever meet again in their life, and/or be reunited with their sons?
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