A young bride finds herself trapped in a loveless marriage.
You Might Also Like
Peter D'Souza lives in a small town in India. He is an idealistic and honest young man and wants to serve his country by joining the army. He enlists himself and soon undergoes vigorous training under the hands of Major Chauhan (Nana Patekar). After the training, Peter and a group of commandos are assigned to combat terrorists who have hijacked a bus full of passengers. The commandos daringly rescue the passengers, however, Peter is gravely wounded and loses his leg. He is honorably discharged from the army and goes home to help his father run a small corner store. Subsequently, Major Chauhan receives an invitation to attend the marriage of Peter with his long-time girlfriend, Shirley (Madhuri Dixit), which he decides to accept. Upon arrival in the town, Chauhan finds out that marriage is no more happening as Peter is dead. Chauhan is further shocked to find out that Peter's death was a homicide, as enraged gangsters who were unable to extort money from him killed Peter. Chauhan now decides to avenge Peter's death, not realizing that he, himself, may not live to tell this tale. more»
Rich and wealthy Akash Verma (Salman Khan) befriends poor, orphaned, crippled Aman (Sanjay Dutt). Akash introduces Aman to his parents, and they adopt him and give him their family name. Akash and Aman grow up as brothers. While Akash is a womanizer, Aman gets to writing poems under the name of Sagar, which gets published, and he becomes very popular. One of his fans is a young woman by the name of Pooja Saxena (Madhuri Dixit), and they correspond through letters with each other over the next few months. Gradually, Aman falls in love with her. However, when Akash meets Pooja, he falls head over heels in love with her. When Aman comes to know of this, he asks Akash to pose as Saagar, which he does, and both Pooja and Akash fall in love with each other, while a heartbroken Aman looks on, as he knows that although women may like his poems, no girl will love him when they see his handicapped condition. more»
Chakravyuh is the story of two best friends: Adil and Kabir. Adil Khan, a highly decorated police officer is posted to Nandighat, after a horrifying massacre of 84 policemen. Within days, he discovers that the Maoists, lead by the ruthless and charismatic Rajan, effectively control the area. They are able to swiftly thwart Adil's most determined efforts. Despite holding a position of enormous power as the SP of Nandighat, Adil has never felt so helpless in his career. But then, into his life, re-enters Kabir! Rootless, aimless, the quintessential rolling stone. His only anchor in life has always been his friendship with and his loyalty to Adil. The maverick proposes an outrageous plan: He will infiltrate Rajan's group, and be Adil's informer. And, together they will smash the Maoist organization in Nandighat. In spite, Sure enough, Kabir gets in and craftily wins their confidence, as only he can. He secretly begins informing Adil, who starts attacking the Maoists with great success. An enormous cache of arms raided, two top national leaders and 63 activists killed at an arms-training camp... And, Rajan himself captured! Within weeks, Adil-Kabir turns the game, pushing the Maoists on to the backfoot. But, Kabir also begins discovering a different reality. The abject helplessness of the rural poor brutally displaced in the name of development, the fruits of which never reach them. Their land, their forest, their water snatched by their own government to allow big business to exploit the area and its people further. As the poverty and desperation rise, so does a cry of anger.. giving birth to the Naxalite who believes the only way to counter this is with a gun! Kabir also can't help getting close to the activists; begins identifying with them. Rajan, Babu, Venu. And Juhi. A dedicated revolutionary with a tender heart, who has seen pain like none other. She begins to fall in love with Kabir. The confusion in Kabir's heart intensifies dangerously until he is on the horns of a ghastly dilemma. Who does he support now? Who does he fight? He finds himself in a chakravyuh from which there is no retreat now. And yet, before Kabir can make one last desperate attempt to resolve this with Adil, events hurtle him into making choices that would put him at war with him. A war that would change the future of the region. A war that can only end when one of them destroys the other. Of his apprehensions, Adil agrees. more»
Director:Subtitles:English, Arabic, Chinese