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Starring:Subtitles:English, Romanian, Arabic
Toonpur Ka Superrhero| 2010
Toonpur Ka Superrhero
Toonpur ka Superhero is a comedy kids film directed by Kireet Khurana starring Ajay Devgan and Kajol in the lead roles. Aditya (Ajay Devgan) a film superstar and his wife Priya (Kajol) have achieved all the success that they had dreamt of. Their children would rather have a father who is a 'Real life' hero than a reel life hero. Aditya wants to redeem himself in the eyes of his children when suddenly, opportunity comes knocking on his door when he finds himself in Toonpur. The land of his children's favourite cartoons, where he has to fight Toonasurs (bad toons) to save the Devtoons (good toons). more»
Starring:Subtitles:English, Chinese, Arabic
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The story starts with the joining of a new English Teacher Rahul Prakash Udyavar (Shahid Kapoor) in Swaraswati Vidya Mandir school, situated in the outskirts of Mumbai Suburbs. Though he creates an instant rapport with students and teachers alike, he realizes that there is something amiss in this school. Slowly his doubts come true as the manager of the school, Sharma (Saurabh Shukla), makes many monetary obligations compulsory for the parents in the name of extracurricular activities. He goes to the extent of punishing the students inhumanly when the new and unjustified demands of the school are not met by the parents. Day by day the stress levels among the students increase. The situation becomes so explosive that it eventually turns into a national issue. Paathshala tries to answer many questions that are related to the sanctity of today's education system. The high morals and basic ethics of the teachings have taken a back seat. Making more profit than ever has become a new mantra of education institutions. The film is neither afraid of telling the truth of wrong doings by the greedy educational institutes on the face nor does it spare them from exposing the use of unethical media activities for the children who are yet not ready for it. more»
Starring:Subtitles:English, Arabic, Chinese
Four children from the city move to a village close by, for a fun-filled vacation and end up finding answers to many of the hitherto unanswered questions that they had always harboured in their anxious young minds. They learn moral values and what life is all about, outside of their regimented school environment and how to handle it like young adults. The story revolves around how they meet an exceptionally talented but poor village boy Deepu and his mentor, an old gentleman fondly referred to by everyone as "Bauji". Their friendship with Deepu turns out to be a learning experience for the city kids and they all also end up solving a dangerous puzzle in the village. more»
Toffee - Short Film| 2018
Toffee - Short Film
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