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De De Pyaar De

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De De Pyaar De

De De Pyaar De (transl. Give me love) is a 2019 Indian Hindi-language romantic comedy film written by Luv Ranjan and directed by Akiv Ali in his directorial debut. It was produced by Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Luv Ranjan and Ankur Garg under their respective banners T-Series and Luv Films. It stars Ajay Devgn, Tabu and Rakul Preet Singh. The film follows Ashish, a middle-aged non-resident Indian divorcé; he decides to marry Ayesha, a young woman who is almost half his age. Chaos occurs when Ayesha is introduced to his family, including his ex-wife and children. Pre-production for De De Pyaar De began in February 2017, with Devgn being the first cast member to join the crew. Principal photography commenced on 19 January 2018 in Mumbai. Following filming schedules in London and Kullu Manali Circuit, shooting concluded in August 2018. The film's soundtrack was composed by Amaal Mallik, Rochak Kohli, Tanishk Bagchi, Vipin Patwa and Manj Musik with lyrics written by Kumaar, Kunaal Vermaa, Garry Sandhu, Mellow

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Pandem

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Pandem

Pandem (English: A Bet) is a 2005 Telugu drama film produced by Valluripally Ramesh Babu on Maharshi Cinema banner and directed by Sabapathy Dekshinamurthy. Starring Jagapati Babu, Kalyani in the lead roles and music composed by Chakri.It was dubbed into hindi as Mera challenge [2][3][4][5] Plot Seenu (Jagapati Babu) is a good-for-nothing guy in a village, who always roams with a gang. Lingaraju (Ramaraju) has been the unanimous president of that village for the past 25 years, who is corrupt and behaves as a dictator to the village. Seeta (Kalyani) comes as an elementary school teacher and belongs to the same village. Seeta is Seenu’s childhood friend, he falls in love with her in the first sight itself. Seenu plays a lot of tricks and tactics to gain her love & affection. One day Seenu comes to know that Seeta wants to marry a guy who is in the better position than her. Meanwhile, Lingaraju makes a heavy contract deal with few business people, who want to construct a factory in the village which is

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2000s Telugu-language films

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Dumm Dumm Dumm

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Dumm Dumm Dumm

Dumm Dumm Dumm (lit. Wedding bells) is a 2001 Indian Tamil drama film co-written and directed by Azhagam Perumal and produced by director Mani Ratnam under his home studio, Madras Talkies. It features Madhavan and Jyothika in the leading roles with Vivek, Manivannan and Murali portraying other pivotal roles. The film featured cinematography by Ramji, editing by Sreekar Prasad and music composed by Karthik Raja.[1] The story revolves around an unhappy groom and bride forced into a wedding. The groom backs away because he is reluctant to give up his life of wine and women in the city while the bride is unwilling because she wants to pursue an Engineering degree. The two draw up a few plans to stop the wedding, but they fizzle out. Just when they begin to think that their getting together may not be too bad an idea after all, a real fight stops the wedding; how they reunite forms the crux of the plot. The film opened on 13 April 2001 to positive reviews from critics and performed well commercially.[2] Plot G

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Googly (film)

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Googly (film)

Googly is a 2013 Indian Kannada language romantic comedy film directed by Pavan Wadeyar and produced by Jayanna Combines, starring Yash and Kriti Kharbanda are the lead actors while Ananth Nag and Sadhu Kokila play the primary supporting roles. The film released on 19 July 2013.[2] The film won multiple nominations at the 3rd South Indian International Movie Awards. Having been nominated in 11 categories, the film won SIIMA awards for Best Director (Pavan Wadeyar), Best Cinematographer (Vaidi S.), Best Lyricist (Pavan Wadeyar) and Best Fight Choreographer (Ravi Varma).[3] A sequel of this movie is being directed and named as Googly-2. The movie is being remade in Bengali by Eskay Movies. It became one of the biggest blockbuster Kannada cinema in the year 2013.[4] Plot Sharath (Yash)is a fun loving guy who seldom has any friends because of his freakish attitude. He always lives his life as he wishes. One day he is selected to represent his college at the Global Business Seminar meet, as he is the topper of

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Ayogya (2018 film)

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Ayogya (2018 film)

Ayogya is a 2018 Indian Kannada romantic comedy film directed by debutante S. Mahesh Kumar and produced by T. R. Chandrashekar.[1] It stars Sathish Ninasam and Rachita Ram in the lead along with P. Ravishankar, Chikkanna, Saritha, Sadhu Kokila among others in key supporting roles. The music is scored by Arjun Janya and cinematography is by Preetham Thegginamane. The film, based on a rural theme, was shot in and around Mandya district in Karnataka. It released on 17 August 2018 across Karnataka and turned out to be Blockbuster and received average reviews from critics.[2] The Hindi dubbing rights was sold prior to the release of the film.[3] Cast Sathish Ninasam as Siddha Rachita Ram as Nandini P. Ravishankar as Bachchegowda Shivaraj K. R. Pete Kuri Prathap Sadhu Kokila Saritha Aruna Balaraj saiteja salveru Soundtrack Arjun Janya was roped in to compose the soundtrack and score for the film. This marks the first collaboration of Janya with actor Sathish Ninasam. Folk singer Anthony Daasan was

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Namo Venkatesa

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Namo Venkatesa

Namo Venkatesa (English: Hail Venkatesa) is a 2010 Telugu language action comedy film, produced by Achanta Gopichand, Achanta Ram, Anil Sunkara on 14 Reels Entertainment in association with D. Suresh Babu for Suresh Productions and written and directed by Srinu Vytla. It stars Venkatesh and Trisha in the lead roles and Brahmanandam, Mukesh Rishi, Subbaraju, Jai Akash, and Ali in supporting roles. The music was composed by Devi Sri Prasad with cinematography by Prasad Murella and editing by M. R. Varma. The film released on 14 January 2010. Although it received mixed-to-positive reviews, it was recorded as a hit at the box office. Plot Venkataramana (Daggubati Venkatesh) a.k.a. Venky is a ventriloquist. He is a naive and good adult, and everyone in his association usually likes him. An astrologer named Palasa (M. S. Narayana) predicts that if he does not get married in one month, he will be a single man forever. Venky goes to Paris as part of a group to perform for NRIs, where he meets Paris Prasad (Brahmana

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Main Aurr Mrs Khanna

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Main Aurr Mrs Khanna

Main Aurr Mrs Khanna (English:Me and Mrs.Khanna) is a 2009 Indian romance film starring Salman Khan, Kareena Kapoor and Sohail Khan in pivotal roles with Dino Morea, Nauheed Cyrusi, Yash Tonk and Bappi Lahiri in supporting roles while Preity Zinta and Deepika Padukone make brief special appearances. Directed by debutant Prem Soni, the film, which revolves around the theme of extramarital affair, is a joint production of Sohail Khan Productions and UTV SpotBoy Pictures.[3] The film is produced by Sohail Khan and Ronnie Screwvala, and was released on 16 October 2009. It's the epitome of false advertising as the trailers have much more of Salman Khan than Sohail Khan even when all of Salman Khan's appearances, collectively, barely make 10 minutes in the movie.[4] Plot A young Indian couple Raina (Kareena Kapoor) and Samir (Salman Khan) meet and fall in love at the very first sight and decide to get married despite the lack of acceptance from Samir's parents as Raina is an orphan. However, they begin their live

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Dhanusu Raasi Neyargale

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Dhanusu Raasi Neyargale

Dhanusu Raasi Neyargale (lit. To all the viewers of Sagittarius sign) is an upcoming Indian Tamil language film written and directed by Sanjay Bharathi.[1] The film is produced by Gokulam Gopalan and features Harish Kalyan, Digangana Suryavanshi and Reba Monica John in the lead roles.[2][3] Ghibran composes the music and background score for this movie.[4][5] Cast Harish Kalyan Digangana Suryavanshi Reba Monica John Munishkanth Renuka Samyuktha S Daniel Annie Pope Production Harish Kalyan announced the title of the movie on Twitter who was previously seen in Ispade Rajavum Idhaya Raniyum. The title refers to one of the star signs, and Dhanush Raasi Neyargale is something we hear astrologers say in the mornings on TV.[6] The first look poster for the film was unveiled on 22 April 2019 by Anirudh in the movie launch function.[7] Rhea Chakraborty and Reba Monica John was roped in to play the female leads in the movie.[8][9] The shooting of film began on 22 April.[10]. Later, it was announced that

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Chandigarh Amritsar Chandigarh

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Chandigarh Amritsar Chandigarh

Chandigarh Amritsar Chandigarh is a 2019 Indian-Punjabi romantic comedy film written by Naresh Kathooria and directed by Karan R Guliani. Produced by Sumit Dutt & Dreembook Productions in association with Leostride Entertainment; it stars Gippy Grewal, Sargun Mehta, and Rajpal Yadav in lead roles. It is an official remake of a 2010 Marathi film Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai. The film was released on 24 May 2019.[1][2] Cast Gippy Grewal as Rajveer Sargun Mehta as Reet Rajpal Yadav Soundtrack The soundtrack and background score of the film is composed by Jatinder Shah while lyrics are by Maninder Kailey and Ricky Khan. The album was released on May 21, 2019. Track listing No. Title Lyrics Music Singer(s) Length 1. "Ambersar De Papad" Maninder Kailey Jatinder Shah Sunidhi Chauhan & Gippy Grewal 2:59 2. "Aaja Billo Katthe Nachiye" Ricky Khan Jatinder Shah Gippy Grewal 3:25 3. "Chal Dila" Ricky Khan Jatinder Shah Ricky Khan 3:20 4. "Beautiful Jatti" Maninder Kailey Jatinder Shah Gippy Grewal

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Loveria

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Loveria

Loveria[α] is a 2013 Bengali film. It was directed by Raja Chanda and produced under the banner of Shree Venkatesh Films and Surinder Films. It is a remake of the 2009 Telugu film Bumper Offer starring Sairam Shankar and Bindu Madhavi. It was above average in box office and Soham's performance was appreciated.[1][2] Plot Aditya (Soham Chakraborty) is from a middle-class family but has the degree of a computer engineer. But because of a recession he runs a small car garage called Biswakarma Garage where he is the car-mechanic. Aditya's mother (Tulika Basu) is eagerly waiting for the chance to get his son married. One day, while Aditya was returning from his garage,some goons beat him up and breaks his leg without any reason. Later, after Aditya is released form the nursing home, he goes to the goon and find out who told them to beat him up. The goons tell him that Sweety (Puja Bose) told them to beat him up. Aditya ask Sweety why she did so and Sweety says that the goons beat him up by mistake and actually w

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Chhichhore

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Chhichhore

Chhichhore (transl. Flippant) is a 2019 Indian Hindi-language comedy-drama film directed by Nitesh Tiwari and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala under the banner of Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment. The film stars Sushant Singh Rajput, Shraddha Kapoor, Varun Sharma, Naveen Polishetty, Prateik Babbar and follows the life of seven friends from 1992 to present day. Filming began on 30 September 2018.[5][6] The film was theatrically released in India on 6 September 2019.[1] Plot Aniruddh "Anni" Pathak has a water fight with his friends at the hostel H4. Anni also wets Raggie, his rival from the H3 hostel. Years later, Anni is a divorcé and has a son, Raghav. His ex-wife and Raghav's mother is Maya, whom Anni had met in college. Raghav is under pressure, awaiting his engineering exam results. Raghav's fails to get admission which results in him attempting to commit suicide by jumping off his friend’s balcony. He suffers brain hemorrhage and this could damage his brain and other parts. Anni chides the unconscious Ra

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Bindaas (2008 film)

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Bindaas (2008 film)

Bindaas (Kannada: ಬಿಂದಾಸ್; English: Independent) is a Kannada language action romantic comedy film directed by D. Rajendra Babu and Produced by M.Chandrashekar. Puneeth Rajkumar played the male lead while Hansika Motwani played the female lead. The film was released on 15 February 2008.[1] The film was dubbed in Telugu as Pandugadu and in Hindi twice as same title and Baazi. The movie was remade in Bhojpuri in 2012 as Hero.[2] Plot Cast Puneeth Rajkumar as Shivu Hansika Motwani as Preethi Nassar as ACP Vikram Rathod, Preethi's father Suman Rahul Dev as D Komal Vanitha Vasu Dattanna Prithviraj Suman Ranganathan as an item number Kallu Mama Soundtrack Gurukiran composed the film score and the soundtrack, lyrics for which was penned by Kaviraj and V. Nagendra Prasad. The soundtrack album consists of five tracks.[3] It was released on 2 January 2008 in Bangalore.[4] No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length 1. "Gubbachi Goodinalli" Kaviraj Udit Narayan, Sowmya Raoh 4:48 2. "Bengalooru Manga

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Khiladi (2013 film)

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Khiladi (2013 film)

Khiladi[1] is a Bengali slapstick comedy film directed by Ashok Pati and produced by Ashok Dhanuka under the banner of Eskay Movies. The film features Bengali actors Ankush Hazra and Nusrat Jahan in the lead roles. Music of the film has been composed by Shree Pritam. The film was released on 11 October 2013.[2][3][4][5]. This film is a remake of 2012 Telugu movie Denikaina Ready which itself was a remake of the 1999 Malayalam film Udayapuram Sulthan. Plot Aditya Choudhury (Tapas Paul) is a faction leader in Kurnool who raised his sister Saraswati (Laboni Sarkar) with love and affection to make her forget the loss of their mother. During the marriage time, she eloped with Mohsin Khan (Rajatava Dutta), whom she loved which led the death Aditya Choudhury's father. Thus enraged Aditya cuts the leg of Mohsin which created a rift between the two families. On a case to win the property belonging to Saraswati, Mohsin wins the case on Aditya Choudhury after a long gap of 25 years. Seeing the sorrow of Saraswati, her

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Bad Boy (Hindi film)

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Bad Boy (Hindi film)

Bad Boy is a upcoming Indian Hindi romantic comedy film which will be directed by Rajkumar Santoshi.[1]The film will mark the debut of Namashi Chakraborty, the son of veteran actor Mithun Chakraborty, in the lead role alongside Producer Sajid Qureshi's daughter Amrin will also make her debut in the female lead.[2][3][4] Cast Namashi Chakraborty Amrin Qureshi Saswata Chatterjee Production Filming Santoshi already started shooting for the film in Bengaluru.[5] Music Himesh Reshammiya has been roped in to compose songs for the film. According to Reshammiya he has composed five romantic songs for the film with which youth can connect them.[6][5] References "Rajkumar Santoshi to direct romcom 'BadBoy'". Times of India. Retrieved 9 June 2019. "Mithun Chakraborty's son Namashi to make Bollywood debut with Rajkumar Santoshi's Bad Boy". India Today. Retrieved 9 June 2019. "Rajkumar Santoshi's comeback film is Badboy". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 9 June 2019. "Rajkumar Santoshi to direct

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Aap Ki Marzi

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Aap Ki Marzi

Aap Ki Marzi (As You Please) is 1939 Hindi romantic comedy film directed by Sarvottam Badami.[1] The film was produced under the Sudama Productions banner. The music composer was Gyan Dutt with lyrics credited to Pyare Lal Santoshi and S. P. Kalla. It starred Motilal, Sabita Devi, Khursheed, K. N. Singh, Mazhar Khan, Vasanti and Sunalini Devi.[2] This was director Badami's second comedy film; he had earlier directed the comedy Teen Sau Din Ke Baad (1938) which turned out be a box office success.[3] Aap Ki Marzi was based on the MGM produced, Edward Buzzell directed film Paradise for Three (1938) from Erich Kastner's novel.[4] The film is the story of an unemployed youth played by Motilal who wins the first prize in a crossword puzzle and the romantic-comic situations that arise thereafter. Plot Seth Bansilal (Mazhar Khan) posing as an ordinary man Govindlal, takes part in a crossword puzzle competition; he wins the second-prize trip to Kashmir. The first prize is won by an unemployed youth, Sumant (Motilal

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Nala Damayanthi (2003 film)

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Nala Damayanthi (2003 film)

Nala Damayanthi is a 2003 Tamil-language comedy film directed by Mouli, written and produced by Kamal Haasan. The film stars Madhavan in the lead role, with Geetu Mohandas and Shrutika playing supporting roles. Telling the tale of a naive Tamil cook stuck in Australia, the film released in June 2003 to positive reviews. It was later remade in Hindi as Ramji Londonwaley in 2005. Plot Ramji Narayanaswami Iyer (Madhavan), a naive and docile Tamil Brahmin (Palakkad Iyer) cook, dreams of marrying off his sister Bhagyam (Divyadarshini) to a good family, as they are orphans and it becomes his sole responsibility. As per convention, he has shell out dowry for the marriage and somehow falls short of the agreed sum. Incidentally, the groom's family happens to admire the food cooked by Ramji and plans him to send to Melbourne, Australia as a cook for a multimillionaire Australian-based Indian family. In return, he has to send part of his salary as compensation for the dowry he owes. The millionaire dies of indigestio

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Karakattakkaran

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Karakattakkaran

Karakattakkaran (transl. The Karakattam dancer) is a 1989 Indian Tamil-language romantic comedy film written and directed by Gangai Amaran and produced by Karumari Kandasamy and J. Durai. The film stars Ramarajan and debutant Kanaka in the lead roles while Goundamani, Senthil, Santhana Bharathi, Chandrasekhar, Ganthimathi and Kovai Sarala play supporting roles. Its revolves two Karakattam dancers who fall in love with each other, but circumstances and their egoistic nature prevent them from confessing their love for one another. How they overcome these forms the rest of the story. The soundtrack was composed by Ilaiyaraaja and all the songs were well-received and, in particular, the song "Maanguyilae Poonguyile" has become a classic. The film was released on 16 June 1989 and was a major commercial success, running for over a year in theatres. It was also Goundamani's and Senthil's 100th film as a combo. Goundamani and Senthil's banana comedy got well known among the people and is still known today. Plot Mu

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Good News (2019 film)

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Good News (2019 film)

Good News is an upcoming Indian romantic comedy film starring Akshay Kumar, Diljit Dosanjh, Kareena Kapoor Khan and Kiara Advani.[2] The film about surrogacy is directed by debutant director Raj Mehta and produced by Karan Johar and Akshay Kumar under their respective banners Dharma Productions and Cape of Good Films.[3] The principal photography commenced in November 2018 and film was wrapped up in April 2019. It is scheduled for release on 27 December 2019.[4] Cast Akshay Kumar as Kabir Mehra Diljit Dosanjh as Honey Singh Rangroot Kareena Kapoor Khan as Shalini Mehra Kiara Advani as Monika D’Souza Tanmay Dhanania as Monika's ex-boyfriend Auritra Ghosh as Jeeti Kaur (Honey's sister) Yukta Mookhey as Ishika (Shalini's close friend) Anjana Sukhani as Suneeta (Shalini's close friend) Gulshan Grover as Mr. Cleon (Kabir's boss) Atul Srivastava as Kabir's father Yo Yo Honey Singh in a cameo appearance as himself in a song Production This film's name was announced on Twitter as - Good News

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Shadaa

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Shadaa

Shadaa (transl. Bachelor) is a 2019 Indian Punjabi-language romantic comedy[3] film written and directed by Jagdeep Sidhu, and co-produced by A & A Advisors and Brat Films of Anurag Singh. The film starring Diljit Dosanjh and Neeru Bajwa, follows the story of an average man looking for a bride and what happens when he finally marries a girl who thinks marriage is beautiful.[4] Shadaa also features Hardeep Gill, Anita Devgn, and Jagjeet Sandhu in supporting roles. Principal photography of the film began on 30 September 2018[5] and completed on 8 May 2019.[6] The music rights of the film are with Zee Music Company. Soundtrack of the film was composed by Nick Dhammu, JSL Singh, and V Rakx Music, which features vocals from Dosanjh, Raj Ranjodh, and Shipra Goyal. The film was theatrical released worldwide on 21 June 2019.[1] The film was opened to positive response by critics. Shaada grossed ₹31 million (US$450,000) on its opening day and ₹108.9 million (US$1.6 million) in its opening weekend domestically,

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Bad Boy (upcoming film)

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Bad Boy (upcoming film)

Bad Boy is an upcoming Indian Hindi romantic comedy film directed by Rajkumar Santoshi and produced by Sajid Qureshi.[1] The film marks the debut of Namashi Chakraborty, son of veteran actor Mithun Chakraborty, and producer Sajid Qureshi's daughter Amrin in lead roles.[2][3][4] The principal photography started in Bengaluru in June 2019, and was completed in 60 days.[5] It is scheduled to be released on Diwali. Cast Namashi Chakraborty Amrin Qureshi Saswata Chatterjee Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub Vidya Balan Production Rajkumar Santoshi announced in May 2019 that he is going to direct a romantic comedy launching Namashi, and producer Sajid Qureshi's daughter Amrin. He stated that romantic comedy is his favourite genre, and said in a statement, "We have come up with an interesting and quirky story with Bad Boy and together with producer Sajid Qureshi hope to give audiences an exciting entertainer."[1] Filming Rajkumar Santoshi started shooting for the film in Bengaluru in May 2019,[6] and completed the

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Roohi Afza

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Roohi Afza

Roohi Afza is an upcoming 2020 Indian Hindi-language horror comedy-drama film directed by Hardik Mehta and produced by Dinesh Vijan under the banner Maddock Films.The film revolves around a spirit of a man who abducts brides on their honeymoons. The film stars Janhvi Kapoor[1], Rajkummar Rao[2], and Varun Sharma in lead roles; Pankaj Tripathi, Aamna Sharif and Ronit Roy appear in supporting roles, while Shraddha Kapoor makes a special appearance. This is the first film to feature Kapoor and Rao together on-screen, and also marks Mehta's directorial debut. Principal photography began on 14 June 2019, and the film is scheduled for a theatrical release on 20 March 2020[3]. Cast Janhvi Kapoor in a double role as Roohi Arora and Afsana Bedi Rajkummar Rao as Hitesh Arora Varun Sharma as Lakiresh "Lakhan" Bedi Pankaj Tripathi as Kamalchand Gupta Ronit Roy as Avinesh Saigal Seema Pahwa as Chachi Aamna Sharif as Bindiya Abhinav Chaturvedi as Prakash Shraddha Kapoor as Dancer for song “Aika Dajiba”

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Happy Hardy and Heer

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Happy Hardy and Heer

Happy Hardy and Heer is an upcoming Bollywood Romantic comedy film, produced by Himesh Reshammiya, Deepshikha Deshmukh and Sabita Manakchand. Reshammiya will take up the lead role while Sonia Mann, a Punjabi actress will mark her second Hindi film as a lead actress.[1][2] Cast Himesh Reshammiya as Harpreet Singh Lamba aka Happy / Harshvardhan Bhatt aka Hardy Sonia Mann[2] as Heer Naresh Suri Manmeet Singh Deep Mandeep Ashwin Dhar Sejal Shah Trupti Khamkar David Shaw Nazzar Abdulla Production Filming The film was shoot in various places like Glasgow, Edinburgh sterling and Greenock of Scotland and were filmed from April 15 to May 15.[1]. Release The film is produced by HR Musik and EYKA Films. On 11 July 2019, Tips Music uploaded the motion poster of the film on YouTube[3] while Reshammiya posted the first official poster of the film on Instagram.[4] On 16 July 2019, a musical teaser of the film was released.[5] Soundtrack Soundtrack is composed by Reshammiya. The Lyrics are written By Vish

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Lootcase (transl. Case with booty) is an upcoming Indian Hindi-language comedy drama film directed by Rajesh Krishnan, produced and bankrolled by Fox Star Studios. It features Kunal Khemu and Rasika Dugal in lead roles with Vijay Raaz and Ranvir Shorey in supporting roles[2] The film revolves around a red coloured suitcase and the filming began in mid July 2019.[3] It is scheduled for release on 11 October 2019.[4] Cast Kunal Khemu as Nandan Kumar Rasika Dugal as Lata Vijay Raaz as Bala Rathore Ranvir Shorey as Inspector Kolte Gajraj Rao as MLA Patil Production The filming started in the mid July 2019.[3][5] Marketing and release On 20 June 2019, the first promo of the film was released on YouTube.[6] The film is scheduled for release on 11 October 2019.[1] References "'Lootcase' promo: Kunal Kemmu and Rasika Dugal starrer film to be released on 11th October". Times of India. 20 June 2019. Retrieved 24 June 2019. "Fox Star announces next fim 'Lootcase' set to release on Oct 11". Unit

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Nikamma is an upcoming 2020 Indian Hindi-language romantic comedy action film directed by Sabbir Khan and produced under the banner of Sony Pictures Networks India. The film features Abhimanyu Dassani and Shirley Setia in the lead roles. The film has romantic, comedy and action scenes. On 22 July 2019, film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh made the announcement of the film on Twitter. The first schedule of the film has already been wrapped up. The film is scheduled for release in summer 2020.[1][2] Cast Abhimanyu Dassani Shirley Setia References "Abhimanyu Dassani to star opposite Youtube sensation Shirley Setia in Sabbir Khan's action film Nikamma". Bollywood Hungama. 22 July 2019. Retrieved 22 July 2019. "अब 'निकम्मा' बनेंगे भाग्यश्री के बेटे अभिमन्यु". Navbharat Times. 22 July 2019. Retrieved 22 July 2019.

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Jabariya Jodi

Jabariya Jodi (transl. Forced couple) is a 2019 Indian Hindi-language romantic action comedy film starring Sidharth Malhotra and Parineeti Chopra. The film is based upon the tradition of groom kidnapping, prevalent in Bihar. Malhotra is playing a Bihari thug in the film,[6][7][8] which is co-produced by Ekta Kapoor, Shobha Kapoor and Shailesh R Singh and is directed by Prashant Singh.[9] Principal photography of the film began on 10 August 2018 in Lucknow,[10] and it was theatrically released in India on 9 August 2019.[11] Synopsis Abhay Singh (Sidharth Malhotra) runs a syndicate of kidnapping greedy grooms, who demand dowry in Bihar’s Madhopur. He then, forcefully marries them off to the girl, calling it a ‘surprise party’. But when his childhood sweetheart Babli (Parineeti Chopra) re-enters his life, he must choose between love and his long-term ambitions.[12] Cast Sidharth Malhotra as Abhay Singh Parineeti Chopra as Babli Yadav Javed Jaffrey as Hukun Dev Singh Sanjay Mishra as Duniya Lal Yadav

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Chinna Thambi Periya Thambi

Chinna Thambi Periya Thambi (Tamil: சின்ன தம்பி பெரிய தம்பி),(English: Younger Brother Elder Brother) is a 1987 Tamil Romantic Comedy film, directed by Manivannan. The film casts Sathyaraj and Prabhu Ganesan in lead roles, along with Nadia. The film was a box office blockbuster and completed a 150-day run at all centres. The film was remade in Telugu as Chinnodu Peddodu and in Kannada as Ramanna Shamanna. Plot Chinna Thambi (Prabhu) and Periya Thambi (Sathyaraj) are brothers who work in a spinning mill in Booluvampatii, on the outskirts of Coimbatore district. They live with their grandmother. Though the brothers quarrel often, they are always together and love each other. Suddenly, their mother's younger brother visits them after 20 years. Both brothers fall in love with their uncle's daughter Kavitha (Nadia) and try to woo her. But Kavitha's parents deny the alliance as the brothers are neither rich nor educated. Kavitha and her family are sent out of the village by the grandmother due to this refusal. Sh

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Role Models (2017 film)

Role Models is a 2017 Indian Malayalam-language romantic comedy-drama film written and directed by Rafi.[2][3] The film stars Fahadh Faasil, Vinayakan, Sharaf U Dheen, Vinay Forrt, and Namitha Pramod.[4][5] Role Models was shot in various locations of Goa and Dubai.[4] The film released on 25 June 2017 all over Kerala. Plot The film opens with Gautham being an asocial man, very different from his college days. His father asks Gautham's college friends Rexxie and Jyothish to help him. Coming to know that Gautham insulted a girl during a date at the public library for which her father called him gay as he wasn't interested in females, the two go to his office. But Gautham treats them rather formally. Then they see his boss shouting at him and he listens to it patiently, which they found difficult to believe because he was unlike the Gautham they had heard of. They find out that he isn't gay. Their college days are revealed showing Gautham being a very social person. He was the lead singer of a band named 'Ro

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Chi La Sow

Chi La Sow (transl. Married woman) is a 2018 Indian-Telugu language romantic film directed by Rahul Ravindran. It features Sushanth and Ruhani Sharma in the lead roles which marks the latter's debut in Telugu. It is produced under Siruni Cine Corporation in partnership with Annapurna Studios.[2] Plot Arjun (Sushanth) is a bachelor who does not want to get married. He is constantly pressured by his family to get married, however, and they come to a decision. They set him up on a blind date with another girl named Anjali (Ruhani Sharma). Anjali is an independent girl who has been able to take care of her family since her dad passed away. The story revolves around how such contrasting characters fall in love. Cast Sushanth as Arjun Ruhani Sharma as Anjali (Voice dubbed by Chinmayi) Vennela Kishore as Sujith Anu Hasan as Arjun's Mom Rohini as Anjali's Mom Vidyullekha Raman as Anjali's Sister Jayaprakash as Anjali's Uncle Sanjay Swaroop as Arjun's Father Rahul Ramakrishna as Police Officer

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Chal Mera Putt

Chal Mera Putt is a 2019 Indian Punjabi-language comedy-drama film directed by Janjot Singh and co-produced by Rhythm Boyz Entertainment, Gillz Network and Omjee Star Studios. It stars Amrinder Gill, Simi Chahal, Iftikhar Thakur, Nasir Chinyoti, Akram Udas, Hardeep Gill and Gurshabad. The film revolves around Punjabis trying hard to make a living in a foreign land. It marked the feature film directorial debut for Janjot Singh. The film written by Rakesh Dhawan, started its Principal photography in May 2019 at Birmingham, and ended in June 2019. Additional filming took place in Lahore and some parts of Punjab, India. Soundtrack of the film is composed by Dr Zeus and Gurcharan Singh, which features vocals from Gill, Gurshabad, Nimrat Khaira, and Bir Singh. It was released in India on 26 July 2019. As of 25 August 2019, the film has grossed ₹300 million (US$4.3 million) globally, making it one of highest-grossing Punjabi films and highest-grossing Punjabi film at overseas with an overseas gross over US$3.6 mill

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A1 (2019 film)

A1: Accused No. 1 is a 2019 Indian Tamil-language romantic comedy film written and directed by Johnson K in his directorial debut.[1] The film stars Santhanam and Tara Alisha Berry in the lead roles. Producer S. Raj Narayanan of CircleBox Entertainment has produced this movie. The music for the film is composed by Santhosh Narayanan and cinematography is handled by Gopi Jagadeeswaran. The Movie of edited by Leo John Paul, Song Lyrics was penned by Rokesh, Art Direction was executed by A. Raja, Dance Choreography by Kalyan and Sandy and Stunts by Hari Dinesh. Principal photography commenced around October 2018. The film was released on 26 July 2019.[2] Cast Santhanam as Saravanan (Saro) Tara Alisha Berry as Divya Rajendran Yatin Karyekar as Ramanathan Saikumar M. S. Bhaskar Meera Krishnan Swaminathan Lollu Sabha Manohar Tiger Garden Thangadurai Tharrakrish Production The film was announced by the production house "CircleBox Entertainment". Debutant director Johnson K who was known for his

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Gandharvam

Gandharvam is a 1993 Indian Malayalam-language romantic comedy thriller film directed by Sangeeth Sivan, produced by Suresh Balaje and written by Dennis Joseph from a story by Alex I. Kadavil and Sivan. Mohanlal and Kanchan (in her Malayalam film debut) appears in the lead roles, along with Jagathi Sreekumar, Devan, Vijayakumar, Prem Kumar and Kaviyoor Ponnamma in supporting roles. Plot Sam Alexander, a fun-loving automobile workshop-cum-garage owner is more keen in scripting and directing theatrical plays than running his business. A theater addict, Sam, along with his friends, Pappu Mesthiri, Mammoonju, and Preman, is now working on Shakunthalam, the famous play by Kalidas. Gracy Kutty, his mother, is worried with his easy-going and careless attitude towards life. The main actress Komalam who was supposed to play the role of Shakunthala elopes with Krishnan Kutty, a fellow artist. Sam is busy searching for a new face to enact Shakunthala. Accidentally, he meets up with Sreedevi Menon, whom he falls in lo

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Nikamma

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Nikamma

Nikamma is an upcoming Indian Hindi language romantic comedy action film directed by Sabbir Khan and produced under the banner of Sony Pictures Networks India and Shabbir Khan Films. The film features Abhimanyu Dassani and Shirley Setia in the lead roles and stars Shilpa Shetty.[1] The film was announced on 22 July 2019, as film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh posted on his Twitter account. The film marks the debut of Shirley Setia in Bollywood. The filming was started and the first schedule was wrapped up in July 2019.[2] Shetty started filming on 20 August 2019.[3] The film is scheduled for release in the summer 2020.[4][5] Cast Abhimanyu Dassani Shirley Setia Shilpa Shetty[3] Naren Kumar Production The film was announced in July 2019 with Abhimanyu Dassani opposite debutante Shirley Setia in lead. Film is to be directed by Sabbir Khan and produced by Sony Pictures Intl Prod and Sabbir Khan Films. Sabbir Khan in a statement said, "I am always going to try and introduce new talent to the ind

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Surkhi Bindi

Surkhi Bindi is a 2019 Indian-Punjabi drama film written by Rupinder Inderjit and directed by Jagdeep Sidhu. The film produced by Shri Narotam Ji Films and bankrolled by Ankit Vijan, Navdeep Narula, Gurjit Singh and Santosh Subhash Thite, stars Sargun Mehta, Gurnam Bhullar, Rupinder Rupi and Nisha Bano. Principal photography of the film began on 4 April 2019. Earlier, Simi Chahal was supposed to play as lead actress opposite Bhullar but was replaced by Mehta.[1] The film was theatrically released on 30 August 2019. Plot Rano grew up dreaming of marrying a Prince Charming from Canada, but soon she realises she possesses no quality to attract a groom from there. She is a brilliant make-up artist and hopes that this talent would somehow get her an NRI groom. Alas, her world falls apart when she is forced to marry Sukha, who she dislikes.Fate soon leaves the young couple homeless, and they start life anew, and start a beauty salon within the one room which they have rented. Soon their world turns around, and R

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Nikka Zaildar 3

Nikka Zaildar 3 is an upcoming Indian Punjabi-language romantic-comedy film directed by Simerjit Singh from a screenplay co-written by Jagdeep Sidhu and Gurpreet Singh Palheri. The film is third instalment of Nikka Zaildar film series. Co-produced by Viacom18 Studios and Patiala Motion Pictures, it stars Ammy Virk, Wamiqa Gabbi, Sonia Kour, and Nirmal Rishi in lead roles. The film chronicles the story of Nikka whose father's soul enters his body following his death. It also stars Sardar Sohi, Hardeep Gill, Baninder Bunny, Gurmeet Saajan, and Jagdeep Randhawa in supporting roles. The film is scheduled to be released on 20 September 2019. Cast Ammy Virk as Nikka Zaildar Wamiqa Gabbi as Palpreet Sonia Kour Nirmal Rishi Sardar Sohi Gurmeet Saajan Jagdeep Randhawa Hardeep Gill Baninderjit Singh Bunny Nisha Bano Parminder Gill Soundtrack Soundtrack of the film is composed by Gurmeet Singh, Rick Hrt & Kuwar Brar while the background score is composed by Jatinder Shah. Track listing No. Tit

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Do Dooni Panj

Do Dooni Panj is a 2019 Indian-Punjabi drama film directed by Harry Bhatti. The film stars Amrit Maan, Isha Rikhi, Rana Ranbir, Karamjit Anmol, Sardar Sohi, Harby Sangha, and Nirmal Rishi in prominent roles. The film is produced by Badshah (rapper) under his production house Apra Films.[1] Cast Amrit Maan Isha Rikhi Rana Ranbir Karamjit Anmol Sardar Sohi Harby Sangha Nirmal Rishi Rupinder Rupi Malkeet Rauni Soundtrack Soundtrack of the film is composed by Badshah, The Boss and Jassi Katyal. Also, features the vocals from Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Neha Kakkar, Badshah, Amrit Maan, Jordan Sandhu, and The Landers.[2] The songs "Jacketan Lightan Waliyan" and "Peg" by Amrit Maan,[3] "Fikar" by Khan and Kakkar were well received by audience.[4] Full soundtrack was released on 4 January 2019 on iTunes and other music platforms by Sony Music India.[5] Track listing No. Title Lyrics Music Singer(s) Length 1. "Jacketan Lightan Waliyan" Amrit Maan, Badshah Badshah Amrit Maan, Badshah 2:34 2. "Fikar" V

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Coolie No. 1 (2020 film)

Coolie No. 1 is an upcoming 2020 Indian Hindi-language comedy film directed by David Dhawan and produced by Vashu Bhagnani. A remake of the 1995 film of the same name, the film stars Varun Dhawan and Sara Ali Khan, and follows a rich girl who falls in love with a poor coolie much to the disapproval of her father. Principal photography commenced on 8 August 2019 in Bangkok. The film is set to be theatrically released in India on 1 May 2020, on International Workers' Day.[1] Cast Varun Dhawan Sara Ali Khan Paresh Rawal Rajpal Yadav[2] Johny Lever[3] Production Development and casting On 8 March 2018, David Dhawan announced that he is planning to direct the remake of his 1995 successful comedy Coolie No. 1, with his son Varun Dhawan portraying a coolie (playef by Govinda in the original film). In March 2019, Sara Ali Khan was signed to portray the female lead, which meant she will reprising the role played by Karisma Kapoor in the original.[4] On the occasion of Varun's birthday on 24 April 2018,

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Jab We Met

Jab We Met (English: When We Met) is a 2007 Indian romantic drama film directed and written by Imtiaz Ali. The film, produced by Dhillin Mehta under Shree Ashtavinayak Cinevision Ltd, stars Shahid Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor in their fourth film together with Dara Singh, Pavan Malhotra and Saumya Tandon in supporting roles. The film tells the story of a feisty Punjabi girl who is sent off track when she bumps into a depressed Mumbai businessman on an overnight train to Delhi. While attempting to get him back on board when he alights at a station stop, both are left stranded in the middle of nowhere. Having walked out of his corporate business after being dumped by his girlfriend, the man has no destination in mind, until the girl forces him to accompany her back home to her family, and then on to elope with her secret boyfriend. Released in the United Kingdom a day before its worldwide release of 19 October 2007,[2] the film became a hit at the Indian box office as well as overseas. The distributors of the fi

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Naukar Vahuti Da is a 2019 Indian-Punjabi language dramedy film directed by Smeep Kang, starring Binnu Dhillon and Kulraj Randhawa. It has Jaswinder Bhalla, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Preet Anand and Upasna Singh in supporting roles, with Dhillon playing double role.[1] The film was theatrically released on 23 August 2019.[2] Cast Binnu Dhillon Jaswinder Bhalla Kulraj Randhawa Gurpreet Ghuggi Preet Anand Upasana Singh Production The film was announced in November 2018 with the cast of Binnu Dhillon,Jaswinder Bhalla, Kulraj Randhawa, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Preet Anand and Upasana Singh. The director of the film Smeep Kang alongwith Sanjiv Kumar, Rohit Kumar, Ruchi Trehan and Ashu Munish Sahni bankrolled the film.[1] Soundtrack The soundtrack is composed by Gurmeet Singh and lyrics by Happy Raikoti and Kaptaan. Track listing No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length 1. "Ankhiyaan" Happy Raikoti Money Sondh, Priyanka Negi 2:39 2. "Ikk Mauka" Happy Raikoti Kamaal Khan 2:21 3. "Naukar Vahuti Da" Happy Rai Koti Gippy

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Manmoyee Girls' School

Manmoyee Girls' School is a 1935 Indian Bengali-language romantic comedy film directed by Jyotish Bannerjee. It is based on Rabindranath Maitra's 1932 play of the same name. The film stars Tulsi Chakraborty, Jahar Ganguly and Kanan Devi. It was a success, and was remade again in Bengali under the same title in 1958. Plot Deciding to start a school for girls named after his wife, the zamindar Damodar (Chakraborty) looks for a married couple to manage the establishment. Manas (Ganguly) and Niharika (Kanan Devi) apply for and get the job. The two are not actually married; they posed as a couple to obtain the job. After a series of complications and delicate situations, love blooms between the two and they marry.[1] Production Manmoyee Girls' School was a play written by Rabindranath Maitra and staged by Star Theatres in 1932. Radha Films Company adapted this play into a film under the same name, with Jyotish Bannerjee directing. D. G. Gune was the cinematographer, while the music was composed by Anath Basu,

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Smile (2003 film)

Smile is a 2003 Indian Kannada language romantic comedy film starring Shivarajkumar, Neha, M. P. Shankar and Lokanath in the lead roles. The film written and directed by Seetharam Karanth in his third venture after Chandramukhi Pranasakhi and Srirasthu Subamasthu, two highly successful ventures, was bankrolled by N. K. Prakash Babu in the banner of Sri Matha Pictures. Prakash Babu had worked with Karanth in his previous ventures. The film has musical score by V. Manohar.[1] The film with hardly a theatrical run of 20 days was a major disaster of the year and became one of the biggest flops in the career of actor Shivarajkumar.[2][3] Cast Soundtrack The songs were composed and had its lyrics penned by V. Manohar. Dr. Shivarajkumar, who played the male lead, sang the song Osama Osama. The music rights was bagged by Anand Audio. The musical album comprised 8 songs. No. Title Singer(s) Length 1. "Sundari Sundari" Badri, Nagachandrika, Mangala   2. "Osama Osama" Shivarajkumar   3. "Hey Kan Kan Camera

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Margamkali (film)

Margamkali is a 2019 Indian Malayalam language comedy romantic film directed by Sreejith Vijayan, scripted by the Malayalm film comedian Shashankan Mayyanad.The movie is produced by Listin Stephen and Alwin Antony for the banner of Magic Frames. The filim had musical score composed by Gopi Sunder. [1][2] Plot Sachidanandan (Bibin George) is the son of Ramanan Nair (Siddique) and Chandrika (Shanthi Krishna), a separated couple. His parents don't want him to work, as he is from an affluent family. After his break-up with Jessi (Gouri G Kishan), Sachi loses faith in love and marriage. Later, Sachi enters the life of Urmila (Namitha Pramod), after she rejects the proposal of his best friend, Tik Tok Unni (Hareesh Kanaran). What happens next forms the crux of the story. Cast Bibin George as Sachidanandan Namitha Pramod as Urmila Durga premjith as junior urmila Siddique as Ramanan Nair/Sachidanandan's Father Shanthi Krishna as Chandrika/Ramanan Nair's Wife Hareesh Kanaran as Tik Tok Unni Baiju San

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May Maadham

May Maadham (transl. The Month of May) is a 1994 Indian Tamil-language romance film directed by Venus Balu.[1] The film features Vineeth and Sonali Kulkarni in the lead roles and has art direction by Thotta Tharani. The film was later remade in Hindi as Love You Hamesha with soundtrack by A. R. Rahman Plot Sandhya (Sonali Kulkarni) is the only daughter of big shot who always controls her life and schedules her activities. When she finds out he has planned to get her married with a US immigrant, she decides to run away from her family to Madras. Due to some unfortunate events, Sandhya loses her money because of a young photographer Eeshwar (Vineeth) and now she is stuck with him until he repays her cash. As the story unfolds, her family finds her in Madras and love blossoms between the two. Cast Vineeth as Eeshwar[2] Sonali Kulkarni as Sandhya R. Sundarrajan as All in All Manorama as Aandal S. N. Lakshmi as Sandhya's grandmother Janagaraj as Captain Kaka Radhakrishnan as Sadha Sivam "Sadha"



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Chennai 2 Singapore

Chennai 2 Singapore is a 2017 Tamil-language romantic comedy film written and directed by Abbas Akbar, featuring Gokul Anand, Rajesh Balachandiran, Anju Kurian, Shiv Keshav, Emcee Jesz[1] The film was jointly produced by Media Development Authority of Singapore, Ghibran, Vrobal and MM2 Entertainment Pte Ltd and co-produced by Shabir. It is based on the book Me and Earl and the Dying girl by Jesse Andrews. Chennai2Singapore is the first collaboration between the Tamil and Singaporean film industries.[2][3] Plot The film is a comedy about a struggling Indian film maker, Harish, who makes his way to Singapore to look for investors to finance his dream movie. However, a series of misfortunes foils his plans and he also ends up losing his passport. At a loss, Harish meets Vaanambaadi, an eccentric Singaporean cameraman. With Vaanambaadi's advice and help, Harish almost realises his dream. But then he meets a girl who is dying from cancer and gets swept up in a number of hilarious but serious situations. Without

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Kala Shah Kala

Kala Shah Kala (transl. Purely black) is a 2019 Indian Punjabi-language romantic comedy film written and directed by Amarjit Singh. The film is produced by Naughty Men Productions and Infantry Pictures in association with Dreamityata Entertainment. It stars Binnu Dhillon, Sargun Mehta, and Jordan Sandhu, and follows the story of Lovely, a happy and charming guy who struggles to find the love of his life because of his dark complexion. It was scheduled to release on 15 March 2019, but was later preponed to 14 February 2019. It opened to positive reviews and became a commercial success, earning over ₹19 crore worldwide. It is the highest grossing Punjabi film of 2019 and the 21st highest grossing Punjabi film. Plot An old woman ‘Nindro Bhua’, who works as a matchmaker, is admitted to hospital for overnight recovery. She regains consciousness later that evening, she tells her nurse that she arranged her father’s marriage amongst hundreds of others. To the pleasure of a number of hospital staff, she narrates th

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Jhalley

Jhalley (transl. Crazy) is an upcoming Indian Punjabi-language romantic comedy film written and directed by Amarjit Singh. The film is produced by Binnu Dhillon, Sargun Mehta and Munish Walia, under their respective banners Binnu Dhillon Production, Dreamiyata Entertainment Pvt Ltd and Munish Walia Production. It stars Binnu Dhillon, Sargun Mehta and follows the story of lovely, happy and charming guy who struggles to find the love of his life because of his dark complexion. The filming began on 21 July 2019. It is scheduled to be released on 11 October 2019.[1] Cast Binnu Dhillon Sargun Mehta Production The film was announced on 9 July 2019, with Binnu Dhillon and Sargun Mehta in lead roles. [2] The film to be directed by Amarjit Singh and bankrolled by Binnu Dhillon, Sargun Mehta and Munish Walia.[3][4][5] The filming began on 21 July, Mehta announced it in a post on her Twitter and Instagram accounts.[6][7] Release It is scheduled to be theatrically released on 11 October 2019.[1][8] References

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Lodde

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Lodde

Lodde (Kannada: ಲೊಡ್ಡೆ) is a 2015 Indian Kannada romantic comedy film directed by S. V. Suresh Raj and written by Shrinath. It stars Komal Kumar and Akanksha Puri in the lead roles. The film is produced by Manjunath. The music is composed by Charan Banzo, who had worked in Telugu films under the name Chinni Charan. The film marks the Kannada debut for the lead actress Akanksha Puri who featured before in Tamil film Alex Pandian (2014).[1] The principal photography of the film began in 2013 and took a long period to complete.[2] Cast Komal Kumar Akanksha Puri Shayaji Shinde Avinash Gopinath Bhat Naveen Krishna Heena Panchal in item number Vanishree Soundtrack The soundtrack is composed and written by Charan Banzo, a debutant. Anand Audio has bought the audio rights of the film. A special song dedicated to veteran actor Vishnuvardhan was recorded in the voice of S. P. Balasubrahmanyam and penned by Hrudaya Shiva.[3] Track listing No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length 1. "Bannada Hoovina" Jayant

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Love Action Drama

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Love Action Drama

Love Action Drama is a 2019 Indian Malayalam-language romantic comedy film written and directed by Dhyan Sreenivasan in his directorial debut. Produced by Visakh Subramaniam and Aju Varghese, the film stars Nivin Pauly and Nayanthara. Its music was composed by Shaan Rahman. The film was released in theatres across Kerala on 5 September 2019 and in rest-of-India in the following day. It is scheduled to be released internationally on 13 September 2019. Plot The story revolves around the characters Dineshan and Shobha. Cast Nivin Pauly as Dinesh Nayanthara as Shobha (Dubbed by Raveena Ravi) Aju Varghese as Sagar Vineeth Sreenivasan as Suman/Rohan Prajin Padmanabhan as Ravi Durga Krishna as Swathy Basil Joseph as DJ Sreenivasan as Shobha's father Mallika Sukumaran as Dinesh's mother Renji Panicker as Swathi's father Jude Anthany Joseph as Shinoj Biju Sopanam as Dinesh's uncle Dhanya Balakrishna as Priya Motta Rajendran as SI Rajendar Sunder Ramu Gayathri Shan Dhyan Sreenivasan (c

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Inimey Ippadithan

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Inimey Ippadithan

Inimey Ippadithan (transl. Hereafter this way only) is a 2015 Indian Tamil romantic comedy film written and directed by Muruganand of Lollu Sabha fame.[1][2] Santhanam, who also produced the film, plays the lead role in it, alongside Ashna Zaveri and Akhila Kishore.The film opened to positive reviews and became a commercial hit.[3][4] Plot Seenu (Santhanam) is a happy-go-lucky guy. His parents Ekambaram (Aadukalam Naren) and Bhavani (Pragathi) search for a bride to get him married within three months as per an astrologer’s advice. Seenu does not believe in arranged marriages and tries to woo girls around him. Eventually, he falls in love with Maha (Ashna Zaveri), but she does not reciprocate. Meanwhile, Seenu’s wedding is fixed with Akhila (Akhila Kishore) by his parents. Seenu finds out that Maha also loves him and decides to cancel his wedding with Akhila with the help of his maternal uncle Ulaganathan (Thambi Ramiah). One day, Seenu calls Akhila to inform her about his love for Maha. Coincidentally, it w

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All Is Well (2015 film)

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All Is Well (2015 film)

All Is Well is a 2015 Indian Hindi-language romantic comedy-drama film directed by Umesh Shukla and produced by Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Shyam Bajaj and Varun Bajaj and co-produced by Ajay Kapoor. It stars Rishi Kapoor, Supriya Pathak, Abhishek Bachchan and Asin in lead roles. The film tackles a thorny issue with a social message similar to Shukla's previous venture OMG – Oh My God!. The official trailer of the film was released on 1 July 2015 on YouTube. The film released on 21 August 2015. This marks the last film appearance of Asin until before her marriage with Delhi based businessman Rahul Sharma on 23 January 2016. Plot The film starts off with Inder Bhalla (Abhishek Bachchan), an aspiring song composer getting kicked out of his house by his father, Bhajanglal (Rishi Kapoor). Bhajanglal runs a bakery that doesn't really "run". He wants Inder to work at the bakery, but due to Inder's ambitions on becoming a successful song composer, he clearly refuses. Bhajanglal finds this an insult and sends Ind

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Aashiq (2001 film)

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Aashiq (2001 film)

Aashiq (English: The Lover) is a 2001 Bollywood movie directed by Indra Kumar. The film stars Bobby Deol and Karisma Kapoor in the lead. It is a remake of Telugu movie Gulabi.[3] The film was initially titled Aashiq No. 1. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Urmila Matondkar were considered for the role of Pooja.[4] The film premiered on 26 January 2001 in Mumbai. It was rated an "average" performer by Box Office India.[5] Plot Chander (Bobby Deol) helps his friend marry his lover named Sapna (Mrinal Kulkarni) against Sapna's brother, Mathur who is a suspended police officer. Sapna's friend Pooja (Karisma Kapoor) is with Sapna when Chander helps Sapna run away from home. From that moment Pooja falls madly in love with Chander. Sapna and Chander's friend get married. This enrages Sapna's brother who harbors a grudge against Chander and tries to arrest him at any opportunity. Pooja lives in a big house with unloving parents. Every time her parents met they argued and fought. Pooja begins calling Chander anonymously

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Films about human trafficking in India

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