Hailing from Coimbatore, Krishna reaches Mumbai with a single dream - to marry a ‘modern’ girl who speaks “English without grammar mistakes” so that his future kids too can speak the language.
Two school kids in Jodhpur are inseparable. The girl isn’t concerned about the boy’s humble roots. They are happy until a tragedy befalls.
When India is reeling at 114 for 3 against Sri Lanka in the cricket world cup final of 2011, a man decides to take charge of the situation.
Most Bollywood heroes prefer Switzerland or New Zealand or similar scenic locations for dream sequences, but Nand Kishor alias Tarrat Bhai (Riteish Deshmukh) isn’t one of them.
You think only human beings face morality crisis? Well, ghosts too have emotions and respect the unsaid social mores.
Two cars are moving in two different directions. Each has three passengers - the first one has girls and the second is being driven by boys.
In golf, you seldom see albatross. It’s a rare score where the player sinks his ball into the cup ‘three strokes below the par’ (meaning three strokes less than the par score of the hole). Extremely challenging.
You wake up and realise that it’s going be the last day of your life. You look back at it and regret the moments you missed in search of a dream.
Director AR Murugadoss’ third film after Ghajini and Holiday is an attempt to establish Akira as the new Shiva, the excellent student protagonist in Ram Gopal Varma’s 1989 film.
His father was the first Sikh to train at the Shaolin school of martial arts and his mother is a fireball personified.