Double Dhamaal catches up with the quartet of good-for-nothings - Roy (Ritesh Deshmukh), Adi (Arshad Warsi), Manav (Jaaved Jaaferi) and Boman (Aashish Chaudhary) - who are still dreaming of an easy life with minimal effort when they encounter their old arch-enemy: corrupt Inspector Kabir (Sanjay Dutt). Today, however, Kabir is no longer a cop. In fact, he seems to be doing rather well for himself, driving a Mercedes, working out of a plush office and living in a lavish villa. Naturally, the lads are keen to have some of that, so they promptly bribe Kabir into making them his business partners. What they don't realise is that Kabir has a hidden agenda, shared only with his sexy wife Kamini (Mallika Sherawat) and lovely sister, Kiya (Kangana Ranaut). Before long, the two sides are locked into a game of one-upmanship, with loads of cash at stake. But who will have the last laugh?
Golmaal 3 highlights the story of hatred between two bunch of siblings within a family. One of nature's masterpieces, this is a family that eats together, prays together, lives together and a family 'that can't stand each other'. This quirky unique family will certainly deliver you with some rib tickling moments, ageless romance and some heartwarming scenes. A beautiful journey full of madness, love and excitement. A film with the perfect blend of just every emotion that will set in your heart with thrice the fun, thrice the magic, and thrice the laughter.
Employed with 'We Care Rehabilitation Centre' for the mentally challenged, wealthy Dr. Sonali Sanyal decides to take four patients, methodical Mukherjee; patriotic Gangadhar; Daboo who does not converse; and Raja, who has anger management issues, for an outing in her vehicle. Shortly thereafter hilarious chaos and panic will result at the Centre after the Police telephone them that Sonali is missing and may have been abducted by her four patients. To add to the chaos, her husband, Ravi, publicly announces a reward of 5 Crore Rupees - resulting in the involvement of assorted characters who undertake to locate her in order to claim this reward.
Kashmir... Once known as a paradise on earth, it is now a playground for blood thirsty militants. A company is generating millions of unaccountable dollars that benefit all powers - from politicians and leaders to bureaucrats in the Indian and Pakistani intelligence. From high ranking army and police officers to the militants and their supporters, everyone gets a piece of the pie.
20 years after the death of an archaeologist, Kapil Malhotra, his younger son, Vicky attempts to uncover his father's mission with the help of an ancient map.
Sword of Honour
A Punjabi college student tries to regain his sense of purpose after disappointing his parents and losing the love of his life due to his carefree attitude.
Taarzan: The Wonder
Taarzan: The Wonder Car is a 2004 romantic thriller film directed by Abbas Burmawalla and Mustan Burmawalla. The film stars Vatsal Seth, Ajay Devgn and Ayesha Takia in the lead roles, while Farida Jalal, Shakti Kapoor, Amrish Puri, Pankaj Dheer, Sadashiv Amrapurkar, Gulshan Grover and Mukesh Tiwari play supporting roles. The film is inspired by the 1983 horror, Christine.
Veerey Ki Wedding
What happens when the most eligible bachelor in Delhi, Veerey messes up his first meeting with the father of his beloved? The most fatal blow to the loved-up couple: NO blessing from the father-in-law! Not helping the matter further, is Veerey's elder cousin brother, Balli, who threatens the would-be in-laws with dire consequences if anyone dares to break Veerey's heart.