A group of spirited elderly citizens who rediscover their passion for life, hailing from a village where the literacy rate is pretty low, this motley group of elders will fight against the odds to achieve their graduation dreams.
Ranjyot, Amar and their widowed mother flee from Rampur after their friend, Karim, informs them that their village is about to be attacked by Muslim shortly after the 1948 partition of India and Pakistan. The threesome manage to survive and end up in Dharampur in Punjab. They are re-united with Karim when both brothers get married to Jeeto and Satwant.
The blind Pyare and the deaf Mohan have mastered their disabilities with each other's help. But now, the inseparable duo faces their greatest challenge: helping each other find true love. Enter Preeti and Priya, who lead our heroes on a song-filled quest for romance in this light Bollywood musical comedy, which features the memorable tagline: Love is blind ... and deaf, too.
A story about four children living in a Mumbai slum in India. An eight-year old Kanhu writes a letter to the Prime Minister after a dramatic incident with his mother.
Kishinchand has taken to a life of crime, namely that of forging passports, and for that is under surveillance by the police. Upon his wife, Shanti's, and son, Pyarelal's insistence, he decides to give up all criminal activity and become honest. Then Shyamlal approaches him to make a fake passport, which he does, for a suitcase full of gold bars. Shyamlal escapes, but Inspector Shinde confronts Kishinchand and in the scuffle that follows, Shinde gets killed. Kishinchand re-locates to London, England, where he is now known as underworld Don, King.
Yangon, 1998. A boy and his mother are waiting for the return of the father, a civil servant, to move out another town at Upper Burma. On the last evening the boy tries to understand the complexities of relationships.