Impostor grandparents prove to be far more fun than real ones.
Four men form a gang with a plan of making a quick buck by kidnapping a rich girl for ransom. Not being prepared for unforeseen situation, they are forced to barge in and take shelter in a house and take the people in the house as hostages
Archana (Suchitra Sen) falls in love with Sukhendu (Soumitra Chatterjee), a serious University Lecturer, much to the chargin her snobbish and interfering mother (Chhaya Devi) for whom Sukhendu is just not good enough for her daughter or their family. Archana however, is adamant and with the approval of her father (Pahadi Sanyal) gets married to Sukhendu. The mother continues to interfere in the marriage constantly reminding her son-in-law of his poverty. Suffering from divided loyalties, Archana's problems are aggravated when Sukhendu insists she sever all ties with her mother. Archana separates from Sukhendu and stays independently completing her studies. When she finally accepts her wifely duties and returns home it is too late as Sukhendu has resigned and gone abroad.
Bandhan is a 1940 Indian Bollywood film directed by N.R. Acharya. It stars Leela Chitnis, Ashok Kumar and Suresh. It was the second highest grossing Indian film of 1940. It was produced by Bombay Talkies.
Mina narrates the story to the audience. She is no more and her husband stays with their son in Singapore. They have no contact with her family as she had married against her family's wish.
Pramila believes that the only reason men marry women is so that they can treat them as slaves. When she meets Mohan and he proposes to her, she agrees to marry him to prove herself.
An evergreen Bengali movie starring Uttam Kumar and Mala Sinha.
A doctor (Vishnuvardhan) falls in love with his student (Suhasini) but fails to tell her about his feelings. When he finally musters courage to tell her she tells him that her marriage is fixed to Jai Jagadeesh. Vishnuvardhan cannot forget her and slowly withdraws into a shell. Meanwhile, Jai Jagadeesh starts suspecting his wife because she gives importance to hospital and starts misbehaving with her. Suhasini discovers that Vishnuvardhan is terminal and may not survive for long. She starts taking more care of him in hospital. This frustrates her husband even more and he fights with Vishnuvardhan. Suhasini goes home to explain to her husband but discovers that her husband has abused the maid. She decides to leave him but Vishnuvardhan tries to convince her husband that his relationship with Suhasini is pure. Jai Jagadeesh misbehaves with Vishnuvardhan and Suhasini gets hurt while trying to make sense with her husband. Finally Vishnuvardhan dies saving her baby.
This is a 1985 Indian Tamil film, directed by "K. Vijayan" and produced by , "Anandavalli Balaji" The film stars "Sivaji Ganesan, Kajal, Kiran, Shalini, Anand Babu" in lead roles. The film.
An exploration of post-Sept. 11 racism, this drama set in New York centers on Indian immigrant Baldev (Farokh Daruwala), whose boss vents his hatred of South Asians on him. Having just lost his brother as a result of hate crime, Baldev takes his boss hostage. Baldev's actions could land him in jail and result in deportation, but it's a chance he's willing to take to be heard. Murtuza Sabir and Asha Patel co-star.
A Bombay man dies in a car crash leading his wife and son to fend for themselves against their landlord who yearns to take over his farm. Was his death an accident or murder?
Jeevanlal lives in a small village in India with his wife, Sita, a son, Dharmchand and daughter, Meena, and makes a living by stealing.
A Hindi family drama.
Unable to bear a child, Pooja is asked to compromise with her husband's new mistress or leave the house. Pooja's brother, Raju decides to fight for his sister and reunite her with her husband.
The film is a revenge drama of a woman, played by Vaishnavi, who is killed by her in-laws mercilessly and her spirit entering into a doll. The doll takes up the revenge against each of them who was involved in her murder. The film was a remake of Tamil film Vaa Arugil Vaa (1991) which itself was loosely inspired from 1988 American film Child's Play. The film's music was composed by Rajan-Nagendra and cinematography is by D. V. Ramana.
Film starring Dhira Biswal, Anita Das and Lila Dulali
1976 Indian Film
A story of a dominant single-parent mother, overpowering the emotions and decisions of everyone else in the house. Obedience is what parents expect from their child.
Mukti Bandhan is a television series from India, that has aired on Colors, based on the story of an ordinary man with an extraordinary sense for business. The story is an adaptation of Harikishan Mehta's popular novel Mukti Bandhan. The story was adapted by Vipul Mehta. Due to a high-class concept, this show could not get success with ratings, so it was shifted to 11 pm. The show ended on 29 September 2011.
Ifrah, protagonist of the story Atiya has a self- effacing, benevolent and a polite demeanor. At an age of eighteen, when girls fanaticize about their marriage, she worries about her shelter. Daughter rose by a single mother, is being forced to marry her cousin. The girl barely escapes the situation and reaches to the land of stepfamily; where she is humiliated, kidnapped, kicked out of the house followed by several troublesome incidences which make her stuck in a vicious cycle. Despite having a mother who leaves Ifrah high and dry due to her own reasons, the protagonist hopes for a figure to play the role of a bulwark and protect her against all odds. Who would come to save a damsel in distress and what would she do, if something happens to the angel who held her in dire emotional straits?
Pyaar Ka Bandhan is an Indian television series that aired on Sony TV, which is based on the story of 4 siblings who get separated by fate. The series premiered on October 7, 2009 and is produced by Ekta Kapoor of Balaji Telefilms.
Bandhan Saat Janamon Ka is an Indian television series which premiered on Colors on July 21, 2008. The story is of an intelligent, mature, simple girl who gets married to be caught up dowry worries. First of all, she completes her dream marriage between her and Parth, when the Gupta family confront the Agarwal family about arranging 2.5 million for the release of their son Parth who was allegedly in prison. Unfortunately, in greed of money the Gupta family consistently started to harass Trilok Agarwal, to arrange for the 2.5 million. Their demand began to begin a burden for Janvi's father, and he tried to sell Manohar's side of his house for rent, but Shobhna, refused her side of the house to be sold. This made Janvi's father suffer even more, and becoming more prone to asthma attacks, had finally found the truth about the Gupta family, that they were money-hungry, and would maltreat Janvi to make Janvi's father pay up his debt as quick as possible.Whilst this was taking place, Janvi was locked in the dark storeroom to wake up early in the morning to do morning chores. She was constantly harassed in her room, with people trying to scare her. Finally at his limit, he died of an asthma attack after Shobhna had gone over a daily row over spending and doling out costs.
Maayke Se Bandhi Dor is a soap opera that aired on Star Plus. The show ran from February 14, 2011 to October 2, 2011 and was eventually replaced by Ek Hazaaron Mein Meri Behna Hai. The show was also broadcast on a television channel in Afghanistan called Ariana TV.