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Jaya : Actress Height, Weight, Age, Movies, Biography, News, Images & Videos

María Luisa Ramsey-Gotidoc (born March 21, 1970), known professionally by the mononym Jaya (/ˈdʒaɪə/), is a Filipina soul singer, rapper, record producer, actress, dancer and presenter of mixed Jamaican and Visayan descent. She was a talent of GMA Network but later transferred to ABS-CBN, where she serves as one of the head jury of the Tawag ng Tanghalan segment of the Philippine noontime variety show It's Showtime and performer on ASAP
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Birth Date : 1970-03-21
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Jaya is the first Filipino recording artist to chart in the United States, as her debut single If You Leave Me Now peaked at 44 at the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Jaya Movies and TV Shows

  • 2 Harihar Nagar [10 July 2009 (India)]

    Anand, an actor who watches people for material, takes an interest in a thief, who takes him under his wing. But when a woman is murdered and Anand is blamed, he realizes that he has been framed.

  • Aaduthu Paaduthu [Devi Prasad]

    Two wayward friends living in a bus-turned-mobile home plan to convert their dwelling into a moving canteen and apply for a loan. Things change when a girl enters their lives.

  • Aahat – Ek Ajib Kahani [26 February 2010 (India)]

    Aahat – Ek Ajib Kahani is a 2010 Bollywood film directed by Kishore Rege and produced by Vishal. Although shot in 1971 & was ready to release in 1974, it was released on 26 February 2010.

  • Aami Joy Chatterjee [13 October 2017]

    A ruthless, self-centered businessman goes missing.

  • Aana Valarthiya Vanampadiyude Makan [15 March 1968]

    A salesman enters a house owned by three people and accidentally gets locked in. However, things get worse when a few burglars plan to rob the house.

  • Aap Ke Liye Hum [15 May 2013 (India)]

    Aap Ke Liye Hum, earlier titled Chaasni, is a Hindi film directed by Revathy S Varma. The film stars Jaya Bachchan, Mithun Chakraborty, Manisha Koirala, Raveena Tandon, Ayesha Takia Azmi and Ranvir Shorey in the lead roles. It is a remake of the 2005 Tamil film June R.

  • Aatmiyulu [17 July 1969]

    Suryam and Seetha struggle to survive after the death of their father, Veerayya. Jagannadham, their father's employer, takes them into their house, but things do not go as planned.

  • Abhi To Jee Lein [1977]

    Amidst college elections, three students go on the run when they accidentally kill a would-be molester. They find themselves caught amidst a web of vicious political manoeuvring.

  • Abhimaan []

  • Aborto [1 March 2013]

    Shyamal competes with Runu in a race to become vice president of a big MNC and, in the process, distances himself from Charu, his wife. However, in the time of trouble, Charu comes to his rescue.

  • Achan Kombathu Amma Varampathu [13 May 1995]

    An elderly couple faces the harsh realities of life when they are abandoned by their children who refuse to take care of them. After facing humiliation, they decide to leave them.

  • Akka Chellelu [1970 (India)]

    Vijaya thinks her brother-in-law is a murderer and wants to put him behind bars with her sister's blessings. However, as time changes, they find more evidence that suggests another culprit.

  • Alluri Seetarama Raju [1 May 1974 (India)]

    Alluri Sitaramaraju, a freedom fighter, is the saviour of the farmers and tribal communities. He spurs an insurgency against the British Raj who violated their land rights.

  • Anamika []

    After Rano's sudden demise, Jeet gets married to Chhavi. Meanwhile, Anamika comes to know about their marriage and resorts to black magic in an attempt to keep Chhavi away from Jeet.

  • Anand [19 June 1986]

    Srikanth, who sees Mala always spending time with Anand, tries to defame him. When Srikanth's father goes to Anand's house to settle the rivalry, he gets shocked when he sees who Anand's mother is.

  • Anbalippu [8 September 1967]

    Susamma, who was raised by her maternal uncle after the death of her mother, joins the Indian Army as a nurse during WWII. She experiences many ups and downs, but stays true to her profession.

  • Annadata [21 April 1972]

    When Amba Prasad realises the harsh truth that his relatives just care for his money, he leaves home. Upon reaching a village, he meets Arun and Aarti and finds his life changed forever.

  • Antardwand [27 August 2010 (India)]

    Raghuveer, a civil services student, loves Sia but his father, Madhukar, does not approve of her. Contrarily, Mahendra has his eyes on Raghuveer and kidnaps him to get him married to his daughter.

  • Antarmahal [28 October 2005 (India)]

    Antarmahal is a 2005 Indian Bengali film, directed by Rituparno Ghosh, based on a short story by the name Pratima by the renowned Bengali author Tarasankar Bandyopadhyay.

  • Anweshichu Kandethiyilla [Vijaya Nirmala]

    Movie starring Murali Mohan, Vijaya Nirmala and directed by Vijaya Nirmala.

  • Apaaratha [19 November 2010 (India)]

    A young man seeks admission into a medical college to take revenge on five students who were responsible for his aunt, uncle and girlfriend's death.

  • Appavum Veenjum [May 2015]

    Movie starring Ramya Krishnan, Sunny Wayne and is directed by Viswan.

  • April Maadhathil [14 April 2006 (India)]

    Menon buys land for his five-star hotel and asks his trusted employee, Sreedharan Unnithan, to take its charge. Years later, Unnithan gets Menon imprisoned in a fake case and Kunjumon helps him.

  • Aśoka [26 October 2001 (India)]

    Asoka, the heir to the Maurya Empire, is sent on an exile for having fought with his half-brother, Susima. While travelling south, he meets Kaurwaki, princess of Kalinga, and falls for her.

  • Baalu Belagithu [1970]

    A man who is already married to an heiress decides to marry again. Soon, he finds himself in a mess and realises the consequences of his decision.

  • Bachelor - The Circle [31 January 2004]

    Bachelor is 2004 Bangladeshi comedy-drama-romance film directed by Mostofa Sarwar Farooki, starring Humayun Faridi, Dilara Zaman, Ahmed Rubel, Ferdous Ahmed, Jaya Ahsan and Aupee Karim. The film was released on January 31, 2004 in Bangladesh.

  • Bahaddur Gandu [1976]

    Panju, a young man, leads an agitation against an evil prince who wishes to confiscate the poor people's lands. However, when he is imprisoned, he escapes and kidnaps the princess.

  • Balina Guri [22 September 1978]

    Movie starring Jayanthi, Balakrishna, Vajramuni and directed by K S Prakash Rao.

  • Bama Vijayam [24 February 1967 (India)]

    A joint-family comprising three sons, their wives and children live peacefully, till a glamourous actress moves in next door as their neighbour. The wives go out of their way to please her.

  • Bangaru Gaajulu [22 August 1968]

    Bangaru Gaajulu is a 1968 Telugu-language drama film produced by Tammareddy Krishna Murthy and directed by C. S. Rao. It stars Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Bharathi, Vijaya Nirmala in the lead roles and music composed by T. Chalapathi Rao.

  • Banker Margayya [30 April 1983 (India)]

    Margayya, a smart moneylender, works as an advisor for the innocent villagers. However, his life takes a drastic turn when he loses his job.

  • Bansi Birju [1972]

    Bansi Birju is a 1972 Bollywood romance film directed by Prakash Verma. The film stars Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya Bachchan.

  • Bantrotu Bharya [1974]

    Bantrotu Bharya is a 1974 Telugu drama film directed by Dasari Narayana Rao and produced by Allu Aravind and Dasari Narayana Murthy under Geetha Arts. The film stars Krishnam Raju, Chalam, Srividya and Vijaya Nirmala in the lead roles. The music was composed by Ramesh Naidu.

  • Bawarchi [7 July 1972 (India)]

    Desperate for a cook, the disgruntled Sharmas are relieved when the multi-talented Raghu takes up the job. Just as all is bliss, the family jewels disappear and so does Raghu.

  • Benki Birugali [19 June 1984 (India)]

    Friends Vishnu and Shankar, who are fascinated by the same girl, try to outsmart each other. They turn rivals when Shankar brands Vishnu with theft and sends him to jail.

  • Bezawada Bebbuli [14 January 1983]

    Ravindra tries to expose Govardhan who plots to kill his own brother. To get even, Govardhan murders him and sends his children to an orphanage.

  • Bhale Raja [8 August 1969]

    Two siblings who get separated from their mother do their best to find her. However, their mission becomes difficult due to the interference of her adopted child.

  • Bhalobashar Shohor [Indranil Roychowdhury]

    A Hindu woman elopes with her Muslim lover, moving with him to Syria. Eventually separated by war, she cares for their handicapped child on her own.

  • Bhangra Paa Le [3 January 2020]

    Unflappable discipline. Unwavering dedication. He isn't just dancing -- he's defending a legacy.

  • Bhargavi Nilayam [22 November 1964]

    A talented author moves to a new house and experiences strange things there. Soon, he discovers that the house is haunted.

  • Bharya [1994]

    Haridas, who is the sole breadwinner of his family, leads a happy life. However, problems start brewing when he marries a girl with a different outlook towards life.

  • Bharya Bhartalu [31 March 1961]

    Soon after Sharada and Anand's marriage, Anand's father begins suspecting his character and Anand gets arrested for killing his pregnant ex-girlfriend.

  • Bhogi Mantalu [Vijaya Nirmala]

    During a visit to her aunt's house in the village, Meena falls in love with her cousin, Krishna. However, Meena's mother, who wishes to marry her off to a rich man, objects to their relationship.

  • Bhookailas [1 June 1958 (India)]

    Demon king Ravana is on his way back after attaining Lord Shiva's Atma Lingam. Midway he is tricked by Lord Ganesha to ground the idol, which later on becomes Gokarna Kshetram.

  • Bhoot Pori [Wahid Ibn Reza]

  • Bijoya [4 January 2019 (India)]

    An emergency forces Padma to move to Kolkata with her husband, Ganesh. However, things change after she crosses paths with Nasir Ali.

  • Bini sutoy [Atanu Ghosh]

  • Bishorjan [14 April 2017 (India)]

    Padma, a Hindu widow, finds an injured man near a river in Bangladesh. After she brings him home, she finds out that he is a Muslim from India and decides to hide his true identity from the villagers.

  • Bobbili Yuddham [4 December 1964]

    Tandra Paparayudu, the General of Bobbili, decides to avenge his sister's death after she commits suicide and declares a war against the Vizianagaram kingdom.

  • Bogda [07 Sep 2018]

    A dysfunctional mother-daughter take a road trip in the mother's last days where the universe conspires to help them carve memories of a lifetime.

  • Bomma Borusa [1971]

    Sundaram is a successful businessman and his younger brother, Sekar, is a college student who loves Sundaram dearly. But soon Sundaram's mother in-law, Parvatham, plans to separate them.

  • Brishti Tomakey Dilam [Atanu Ghosh]

  • Buddimantudu [20 September 1969 (India)]

    Two brothers, a priest and an atheist, get into a conflict when the atheist brother tries to take on the corrupt head of the village.

  • Celluloid Man [2012 (India)]

    A portrait of archivist and film historian PK Nair. For Indian film-makers and scholars, Nair is a legendary name. He worked for three decades as the director of the National Film Archives of India in Pune.

  • Chakravyuh [2008]

    Movie starring Ajay Devgan, Bhoomika Chawla, Sameera Reddy and is directed by Anees Bazmee.

  • Chal Chalein [7 August 2009 (India)]

    A student commits suicide when he is pressurised to get good grades. Thereafter, his classmates decide to sue those responsible for his state.

  • Chanchattam [1991 (India)]

    Mohan and Yamuna fall in love with each other and get married. However, their marriage hits troubled waters after Mohan confesses that he unexpectedly cheated on her with one of her friends.

  • Chand Ke Pare [Nishikant Sadaphule]

    A photographer falls in love with an ambitious dancer.

  • Chandavalliya Thota [1964]

    In a village called Chandavalli, a man manages to turn a barren piece of land into a fertile one. However, his life starts falling apart because of his youngest son, the black sheep of the family.

  • Chettayees [14 April 2011 (India)]

    Twins Giri and Gowri grow up in an orphanage and open an accident rescue unit in the memory of their parents. Things change after they rescue Saira Banu, a mysterious girl.

  • Chinna Ninna Muddaduve [1977]

    A young woman dies of complications after giving birth to her second child. When Manju longs for her mother, her father decides to remarry, leading to more complications.

  • Chitthi [12 May 1972]

    Pullimaan is a 1972 Indian Malayalam film, directed by E. N. Balakrishnan and produced by Ponnappan. The film stars Madhu, Devika, Vijayanirmala and Alummoodan in the lead roles. The film had musical score by M. S. Baburaj.

  • Chorabali [21 December 2012]

    Sumon, a murderer, regrets his actions after a gangster sends him to kill his pregnant girlfriend. His life changes when he ends up falling in love with her.

  • Chotta Mumbai [6 July 2012 (Bengaluru)]

    Ganesh, a poor man, falls in love with Shruthi, a rich girl. In order to marry her, he resorts to lies and pretends to belong to an affluent family which creates troubles.

  • Chupke Chupke [1975 (India)]

    Sulekha is in awe of her brother-in-law Raghavendra for his intelligence. Parimal, her husband, decides to take up the challenge of fooling Raghavendra and goes to work for him as a driver.

  • City Of Love [2017]

  • City Police [1993]

    A police officer falls into trouble when a convict escapes from jail and murders the leading politicians and businessmen in the country.

  • Collector Vijaya [4 June 1965]

    Rosie is a 1965 Indian Malayalam film, directed by P. N. Menon and produced by Mani Swami. The film stars Prem Nazir, Kaviyoor Ponnamma, Thikkurissi Sukumaran Nair and P. J. Antony in the lead roles. The film had musical score by K. V. Job. Rosie was one of the first Malayalam films to be shot completely outdoors.

  • College Days [17 March 2011 (Kuwait)]

    Eby, a cardiac surgeon, lives a peaceful and content life with his loving family. However, his happiness comes to an abrupt halt when a woman informs him that his wife and daughter have been abducted.

  • Crisscross []

  • Daffedar [21 October 2016 (India)]

    A retired government worker continues to devote himself to public service, but his conscientious ways soon clash with those of his indulgent sons.

  • Debi [19 October 2018 (Bangladesh)]

    Debi: Misir Ali Prothombar or simply Debi is a 2018 Bangladeshi supernatural thriller film based on Humayun Ahmed's novel of the same name. It is directed by Anam Biswas, starring Chanchal Chowdhury as Misir Ali, Jaya Ahsan, Iresh Zaker, Animesh Aich and Sabnam Faria.

  • Desh [15 March 2002]

    Suprabha, a freedom fighter, accepts her son's invitation to settle in the USA with him. However, when Shanti asks for her help, she decides to stay back and help her fight a corrupt politician.

  • Devadasu [1974]

    Devdas and Parvati are soulmates, but fail to unite in a marital bond. Devdas's life takes an unexpected turn when Parvati marries a zamindar.

  • Devara Duddu [30 December 1976]

    Ambuja is an ardent devotee of Lord Krishna whereas her husband Maadhu believes that money can buy anything. When he steals money saved for God's offering, Lord Krishna teaches him a lesson.

  • Devara Gedda Manava [1 August 1967]

    Devara Gedda Manava is a 1967 Indian Kannada film, directed by Hunsur Krishnamurthy and produced by Y. V. Rao. The film stars Rajkumar, M. P. Shankar, Narasimharaju and Mikkilineni in the lead roles. The film has musical score by Rajan-Nagendra. Y. V.

  • Devara Makkalu [1970]

    Two childhood friends and orphans, Ranga and Timma, are separated when Dr Krishnaswamy adopts Timma and names him Babu. Years later, fate unites them in a strange way.

  • Devaru Kotta Thangi [16 November 2009 (India)]

    Devaru Kotta Thangi is a 1973 Indian Kannada film, directed by K. S. L. Swamy and produced by Sri Raghavendra Productions. The film stars Rajkumar, Jayanthi, Srinath and B. V. Radha in the lead roles. The film has musical score by Vijaya Bhaskar. The movie saw a theatrical run of 17 weeks.

  • Devaru Kotta Vara [1976]

    Movie starring Vishnuvardhan, Gangadhar, T. N. Balakrishna, Jayanthi and is directed by R. Ramamurthy.

  • Devdas [12 July 2002 (India)]

    After his wealthy family prohibits him from marrying the woman he is in love with, Devdas's life spirals downward as he takes up alcohol and a life of vice to alleviate the pain.

  • Devudu Chesina Manushulu [15 August 2012 (India)]

    The lives of two mortal orphans undergo a series of upheavals thanks to a quarrel between Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Vishnu. It all begins when the two mortals are caught in the drama of a don's life.

  • Dhanyee Meye [1971]

    When Bogola and his teammates from Sarbamangala football club go to Harbhanga for a game, they go through various hilarious situations and get troubled by the opposition and decide to seek revenge.

  • Dil Diwana [1974]

    Vijay, a playboy, is shocked when his ex-girlfriend, Gita, enters his life just when he is set to get married to his current girlfriend, Nita.

  • Doctor Chakravarty [1964]

    Dr Chakravarthi gets attached to Madhavi after his sister's death as she reminds him of his sister. However, their spouses misunderstand their relationship and mistake them to be lovers.

  • Doosri Sita [5 July 1974 (India)]

    Doosri Sita is a 1974 Bollywood drama film directed by Gogi Anand.

  • Doubles [14 April 2011 (India)]

    Twins Giri and Gowri grow up in an orphanage and open an accident rescue unit in the memory of their parents. Things change after they rescue Saira Banu, a mysterious girl.

  • Drona [2 October 2008 (India)]

    Aditya is an orphaned and lonely young man. He soon learns that he belongs to a family of ancestral warriors who guard a mystic source of cosmic energy, and he must now take up his responsibilities.

  • Dub Satar [Kaushik Ganguly]

  • Dubshatar [16 October 2010]

    Dubshatar is a 2010 Bangladeshi drama film directed by Nurul Alam Atique. It stars Jaya Ahsan in lead role. It had a television premiere, which deeply disappointed Atique.

  • Durga [11 October 1985]

    Surya Chandra is a 1985 Indian Telugu action drama film written and directed by Vijaya Nirmala, based on the book of the same title by Chittareddy Suryakumari. Produced by S. Ramanand, the film has musical score by Ramesh Naidu.

  • Eagoler Chokh [12 August 2016 (India)]

    Shabor Dasgupta, a detective, along with his friend, Nanda, goes out to investigate the murder of a young girl. However, enroute his mission, he ends up getting a new insight into human psychology.

  • Edakallu Guddada Mele [1973]

    Madhavi leads an unfulfilled married life with her husband, a former soldier. She ends up getting into a physical relationship with their friendly neighbour, a younger man.

  • Edhir Neechal [12 December 1968]

    Maadhu, an intelligent orphan, lives under an apartment's staircase and does odd jobs for the tenants. His life takes a turn when he falls in love with a resident's daughter.

  • Education Loan [29 December 2014]

    Movie starring Indrans, Kochupreman, Geetha Vijayan, Jagadish and is directed by Moni Sreenivasan.

  • Ek Baap Chhe Bete [17 February 1978]

    Ek Baap Chhe Bete is a 1978 Bollywood film directed by Mehmood. The film stars Yogeeta Bali.

  • Ek Je Chhilo Raja [12 October 2018 (India)]

    Mahendra Kumar Choudhuri, the prince of the Bhawal Estate, is taken to Darjeeling for treatment by his relatives where he dies. Years later, a sanyasi shows up claiming to be the lost prince.

  • Ek Nazar [28 July 1972]

    Akash, the son of a wealthy lawyer, falls in love with a courtesan when he hears her recite one of his poems. When his father disapproves of their relationship, Akash leaves his father's house.

  • Ek Vivaah... Aisa Bhi [7 November 2008 (India)]

    Chandni, who lives with her family, falls in love with Prem, a rich man. However, when her father dies on the day of her engagement, she decides to sacrifice her love to take care of her siblings.

  • Ekti Bangali Bhooter Goppo [Indranil Roychowdhury]

    Amrita, a married woman, pursues an affair with Roni to fill the void in her life. However, she soon accidentally kills her husband and finds it difficult to deal with the trauma.

  • Enga Veetu Penn [23 October 1965]

    Lakshmi, an innocent girl, and her cousin, Chandran, are in love. Will their families approve of the match?

  • Evidam Swargamanu [27 November 2009 (India)]

    Maria, a young girl, blindly believes and proclaims that Ananmalai is a saint. Hell breaks loose when three girls approach and tell her that they are victims of his deceit.

  • Extraordinaari [22 May 2015]

    In an attempt to groom 10 underprivileged girls and to enable them to tackle the real world with confidence, a former beauty queen trains them to compete in pageants.

  • First Bell [1992]

    Two unemployed theatre artists try to help a girl who is forcibly held in a mental asylum. When all their plans fail and one of them gets stuck in the hospital cell, they seek the help of a nurse.

  • Fiza [8 September 2000 (India)]

    Fiza tries to find her brother Amaan, who disappeared during the 1993 Bombay riots. Years later, Aman returns home but is haunted by the past and struggles to live a peaceful life.

  • Gaai Aur Gori [16 November 1973]

    Vijaya, a village girl who loves her cow Lakshmi, files a harassment case against Arun, the spoilt son of a rich lady, when he misbehaves with her. He tricks her into marrying him as revenge.

  • Ganamela [1991]

    Venugopal, a singer in a music band, falls in love with Lakshmi. When Lakshmi's family opposes their relationship, the troupe members come to their aid.

  • Gandharvam [1993]

    Sam Alexander loves directing plays but when the heroine of his play elopes with another actor, he brings in Sridevi as his new heroine. They fall in love but new problems arise in their lives.

  • Gnana Oli [11 March 1972]

    Antony, an ex-convict, leaves the country after killing his daughter's lover. He returns many years later as a reputable man, but his friend, Lawrence, recognises him and tries to expose him.

  • Grihaprevesam [1992]

    Grihaprevesam is a 1992 Malayalam film directed by Mohan Kupleri. This is the debut movie of Mohan Kupleri. Jagadish, Siddique, Jagathy Sreekumar, Rekha etc. played the main roles in the movie. The movie is about a wrong couple who get married in Guruvayoor temple due to a mix-up.

  • Guddi [1 January 1971 (India)]

    Kusum disregards her family's efforts to get her married as she is obsessed with the filmstar, Dharmendra. Tired with her antics, her uncle contacts the actor to teach her the realities of life.

  • Gudgudee [4 April 1997]

    Ajay, a naive and easily influenced married man, lives in rural India. On a visit to the city, he gets involved in an extramarital affair, which leads to comical situations.

  • Guerrilla [14 April 2011 (Bangladesh)]

    Guerrilla is a 2011 Bangladeshi film based on the events of the Bangladesh Liberation War. An adaptation of the novel Nishiddho Loban by Syed Shamsul Huq, it was released on 14 April 2011. Nishiddho Loban, the novel, is written by the prolific Bengali writer Syed Shamsul Huq.

  • Hallelooya [20 May 2016 (India)]

    Hallelooya is a 2016 Malayalam film, directed by Sudhi Anna in his feature film debut and starring Narain and Meghana Raj in the lead roles. It also features Sudheer Karamana, Sunil Sukhada, K. B. Ganesh Kumar, Sasi Kalinga, Saju Navodaya and Master Eric in significant roles. The film, produced by K. M.

  • Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa [20 March 1998 (India)]

    Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa is an Indian feature film that deals with the life of a woman who loses her son, a Naxalite, to the violence that is a result of his adopted ideology.

  • Hema Hemeelu [23 March 1979]

    Movie starring Krishna Ghattamaneni, Gummadi, Vijaya Nirmala, Zarina Wahab, Akkineni Nageshwara Rao, Pandharibai and directed by Vijaya Nirmala.

  • Ho Sakta Hai [31 March 2004 (India)]

    A young man comes home to find his brother and his wife under the influence of black magic. An astrologer unveils the key to the secret that lies behind the 15 doors in his old home.

  • In Harihar Nagar [1990]

    Four young men are enamoured by Maya, their next-door neighbour. However, she is in town to investigate the mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of her brother.

  • Irandam Ulagam [22 November 2013 (India)]

    Madhu, a mathematician, becomes depressed after the unexpected deaths of his girlfriend and father. However, when he tries to commit suicide, his look-alike takes him to an unnamed exoplanet.

  • Irrikku M.D. Akathudu [25 December 1991]

    Four young men start a staffing agency to help unemployed people get a job. But trouble happens when they can't find jobs for people and when a mysterious girl shows up one night.

  • Iru Kodugal [1969]

    A man deserts his wife after his family refuses to accept her. He remarries and gets a job as a clerk in the Collector's office. He is stunned when the new Collector is none other than his first wife.

  • Jagadeka Veeruni Katha []

  • Jai Jawan Jai Makan [24 December 1971]

    Jai Jawan Jai Makan is a 1971 Bollywood drama film directed by Vishram Bedekar. The film stars Jaya Badhuri and Anil Dhawan.

  • Jawani Diwani [14 July 1972 (India)]

    Vijay meets Neeta, the daughter of a thakur, and falls in love with her. However, things change after he finds out that she has been promised to another man in marriage.

  • Jedara Bale [12 January 1968]

    CID officer Prakash who operates by the code name 999, is assigned the task of safeguarding a chemical formula. Prakash's struggles begin when a gang of outlaws aim to steal the formula.

  • Jigyaasa [10 March 2006 (India)]

    Jigyaasa, released on 10 March 2006, is an Indian Hindi-language movie starring Hrishitaa Bhatt and directed by Faisal Saif. It was called the year's most controversial feature film, and was rumored to be based on the life of Indian actress, item girl and sex symbol Mallika Sherawat.

  • Justice Chowdary [28 May 1982]

    An honest judge is forced to marry off his daughter, who has speech impairment, to his enemy's henchman. When his daughter refuses to comply, his enemy traps his son in a false case.

  • Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... [14 December 2001 (India)]

    Rahul, the adopted older son of a rich couple, is banished by his father when he chooses to marry a middle-class woman. Years later, his younger brother, Rohan, sets out to find him.

  • Kabooliwala [25 March 1994]

    Kannas and Kadalas are ragpickers who enjoy life to the fullest. Their lives take a turn when they meet Munna, who comes in search of his bugle that was stolen by them.

  • Kadhantharam [22 January 2016 (India)]

    Kadhantharam is a Malayalam film directed by K J Bose starring Rahul Madhav, Nedumudi Venu, Vishnupriya, Indrans, Sidhartha Siva and Geetha Vijayan in the lead. Praveen B Menon was the production controller of this film

  • Kakkakum Poochakkum Kalyanam [18 July 1995 (India)]

    A young man always attempts to commit suicide as he is depressed in life. But a ray of hope strikes through the gloom when a girl falls in love with him.

  • Kal Ho Naa Ho [28 November 2003 (India)]

    Naina, a girl living a dreary life, finds a new meaning to her life when she meets Aman. Even though she loves him, Aman claims to be a married man and convinces Rohit, her friend, to woo her.

  • Kaliyodam [10 April 1965]

    Kaliyodam is a 1965 Indian Malayalam film, directed and produced by P. Subramaniam. The film stars Prem Nazir, Madhu, Thikkurissi Sukumaran Nair and Babu Joseph in the lead roles. The film had musical score by G. Devarajan.

  • Kalluveene Nudiyithu [6 April 1983]

    Movie starring Vishnuvardhan, Jayanthi, Arathi and is directed by Tiptur Raghu.

  • Kalpvriksh [9 June 2017]

    Five children living on the edge of a forest band together to save a magical wishing tree from destruction and find their own paths to happiness.

  • Kanchivaram [13 March 2009 (India)]

    Vengadam promises his newborn daughter that he will drape her in a silk sari on her wedding day. However, he faces various problems while he strives to fulfil his promise.

  • Kankettu [1991]

    When a magician is performing tricks, a woman stumbles into the props and disappears. Since he is involved in her mystery case, he sets out along with his assistant to find her.

  • Kanna Nalama [1972]

    After years of childless marriage, a couple finally conceives a child. Everything goes well until Anand, the husband, meets his new boss who makes their life miserable.

  • Kantho [10 May 2019 (India)]

    Arjun Mallik, a famous radio presenter, finds his life falling apart when he is diagnosed with laryngeal cancer. However, he refuses to give up and learns how to adapt to his new oesophageal voice.

  • Karayilekku Oru Kadal Dooram [1 August 2008 (India)]

    Balakrishnan and Ashok are two childhood friends who lose touch with each other. One of them goes on to become a national figure and the other, a village barber.

  • Kasamh Se [16 January 2006]

    Three sisters named Bani, Pia and Rano come to Mumbai to fulfil their father's wish after his untimely demise. They seek shelter with businessman Jai Walia, who is ruthless but fair.

  • Kasturi Nivasa [1971]

    Ravi, the owner of a matchbox factory, decides to support Chandru financially and sends him to the US for training. Things take a turn when he returns and suggests changing the company's structure.

  • Kavitha [13 April 1973]

    Movie starring Adoor Bhasi, Thikkurisi Sukumaran Nair, Kaviyoor Ponnamma and is directed by Vijaya Nirmala.

  • Khacha [22 September 2017]

    The Cage is a 2017 Bangladeshi drama film directed by Akram Khan. It was selected as the Bangladeshi entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 90th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.

  • Kiladi Ranga [1966]

    An ordinary man is asked to impersonate a wealthy prince right before he is crowned as the king and the real prince is abducted. Soon, the impersonator and the prince's fiancee fall for each other.

  • Kilichundan Mampazham [11 April 2003 (India)]

    Moidukutty Haji marries for the third time despite his wives' disapproval. However, he does not know that his new wife, Amina, is in love with Abdul, who sells bangles.

  • Koi Mere Dil Se Poochhe [11 January 2002 (India)]

    Aman falls in love with Esha and decides to marry her, but she declines his proposal. However, soon she falls in love with him too. Trouble ensues when Dushyant shows up claiming to be Esha's husband.

  • Kondaveeti Simham [7 October 1981]

    S P Ranjith Kumar, a diligent officer, faces opposition from his own son, Ramu, while he strives to fight for justice. Eventually, Ramu understands his father's endeavours and strives to help him.

  • Kora Kagaz [4 May 1974 (India)]

    Archana and Sukesh get married, much to the chagrin of her mother. Due to her mother's constant interference, the couple separates but Archana realises that she still loves Sukesh.

  • Koshish [1 December 1972]

    A couple with a hearing and speech impairment face many difficulties while raising their son. However, after the wife's death, Haricharan single-handedly raises his son.

  • Kunjaliyan [6 January 2012 (India)]

    Jayaraman moves to Dubai after getting humiliated by his sisters and brothers-in-law but loses his job there. So, to hide his failure from his family, he pretends to have won a lottery.

  • Kurukshetram [14 January 1977 (India)]

    The Pandavas, along with Krishna, engage in a pitched battle in Kurukshetra against their cousins, the Kauravas, for the throne of Hastinapura.

  • Kyo Kii... Main Jhuth Nahin Bolta [21 September 2001 (India)]

    Raj is a lawyer who finds great success with his countless fibs. However, when his son wishes for his father to stop lying, Raj is magically forced to speak the truth, which lands him in trouble.

  • Laaga Chunari Mein Daag: Journey of a Woman [12 October 2007 (India)]

    A girl from Varanasi travels to Mumbai in order to support her financially crippled family. She turns into a high-profile escort and struggles to hide her profession from her sister.

  • Lajja [31 August 2001 (India)]

    Vaidehi, pregnant with her abusive husband's child, decides to escape her marriage. With the aid of Raju, she meets four courageous women who put up a brave fight against male chauvinism.

  • Life Mein Hungama Hai [Sunil Advani]

  • Lokanathan IAS [September 2005 (India)]

    Lokanathan, an autorickshaw driver from the slums, works hard and becomes an IAS officer. He takes it up as a challenge to bring down a corrupt politician.

  • Lovesongs: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow [28 March 2008 (India)]

    Mridula Chatterjee, an elderly widow, faces many ups and downs in life and decides to unveil some of her deeply guarded secrets to her grandson.

  • Madhaveeyam [11 January 2019]

    Madhaveeyam is a 2019 Malayalam-language film produced by Sudheer Kumar and directed by Thejas Perumanna, Starring Vineeth Pranaya in leading roles along with Mamukkoya and Geetha Vijayan.

  • Mahanagar [27 September 1963 (India)]

    Arati, a middle-class woman from Kolkata, takes her first job because of increasing financial pressure. However, her husband slowly grows insecure about her growing success.

  • Main Osama [Faisal Saif]

  • Manadhai Thirudivittai [14 November 2001 (India)]

    A student's life takes a drastic turn when he is about to marry the love of his life.

  • Manchi Kutumbam [15 March 1968]

    Venu and Shanta are leading a happily married life with their children. One fine day, Shanta finds out a bitter truth about Venu's parallel life, which leaves her devastated.

  • Mannar Mathai Speaking [1995]

    Mannar Mathai has a drama troupe where the lead actors always fight with each other. When the heroine of the troupe quits, it is up to the lead actors to find a new one.

  • Mannina Magalu [28 May 1973]

    Movie starring Udaya Kumar, R Nagendra Rao, Jayanthi directed by B S Ranga.

  • Marapurani Katha [Talat Jani]

    Revathi is raped by Prince Ananda Vardhan just before her wedding. When the queen learns about this, she gets Revathi married to her elder son, Yashovardhan.

  • Marina Manishi [24 September 1970]

    Raju is a thief though nobody is aware of this. His life take a turn when he comes across burglar Rangoon, who holds several secrets.

  • Masanada Hoovu [1985]

    Singaru borrows money from Tara Devi, who runs a brothel, and requites her by acquiring prospective clients. Smitten with Parvathy, who is forced into the flesh trade, Singaru tries to rescue her.

  • Meena [26 June 2014]

    Meena is a documentary film about sex trafficking in India that premiered on June 26, 2014 in New York City. This film marks the directorial debut of Lucy Liu, Colin K. Gray, and Megan Raney.

  • Meherjaan [21 January 2011]

    Meherjaan is the feature-length début film of Bangladeshi director Rubaiyat Hossain. The film was pulled from theatres due to the hostile response of some segments of the audience after its release in January 2011.

  • Mili [Blessy]

    Aadujeevitham is an upcoming Indian Malayalam-language survival drama film written and directed by Blessy. It is an adaption of the novel of the same name, Aadujeevitham by Benyamin. The film stars Prithviraj Sukumaran as Najeeb, an Indian immigrant worker in Saudi Arabia.

  • Minnaram [17 February 2006 (India)]

    Four friends decide to start an underground club that lets youngsters fight against each other for money. However, things take a turn after a man gets killed and they are charged with the crime.

  • Miss Leelavathi [1965 (India)]

    Leelavathi is brought up by her father as a liberal and modern woman. However, with time she is forced to accept the moral dictates of society.

  • Mooruvare Vajragalu [17 November 1973]

    Narada narrates the story of Kritavarma, a strong and fearless warrior, who fights for the Kauravas using several war strategies.

  • Mosagallaku Mosagadu [27 August 1971 (India)]

    Con artist Krishna and his friend rob the rich and help the poor. He helps Radha, who wants to avenge her father's murder. They set out to find an old treasure but must first deal with other dangers.

  • Ms Lekha Tharoor Kaanunnathu [29 November 2013]

    Lekha Tharoor is a television journalist who begins experiencing unsettling visions. When she talks to her friends about her mental anguish, they believe that she is mentally ill.

  • Naagarahaavu [1972 (India)]

    Ramachari, an ill-tempered young man, is always supported by Chamayya, his teacher. However, things start going downhill when he falls in love with two women.

  • Nagarathil Samsara Vishayam [1991]

    Gopinath and his friend Samson fall into trouble after they find a box containing a ridiculous amount of cash. They unsuccessfully try to hide it before the owners find out.

  • Naidu LLB [2005 (India)]

    A lawyer returns from Goa to Hyderabad to find out that a case of homicide has been filed against him. Soon, he sets out to prove his innocence and find the real culprits.

  • Namukku Parkkan [1992 (India)]

    Prathapan, a young dynamic person, strives hard to find a job. However, his life takes a turn, when he meets Nair, who offers him a job in his soap factory.

  • Nanda Gokula [1972]

    Sridar abandons his family and marries Mohini, the daughter of a rich business tycoon. However, Sridar's father, who meets with an accident, wishes to reunite with his son before dying.

  • Nanna Devaru [1982]

    Gopal, a young man who works in a bank, aspires to be an actor. He marries Radha, the daughter of a doctor, who despises people working in the film industry.

  • Nanna Thamma [26 October 1970]

    Nanna Thamma is a 1970 Indian Kannada film, directed by K. Babu Rao and produced by K. V. Guptha. The film stars Rajkumar, Jayanthi, Gangadhar and R. Nagendra Rao in the lead roles. The film has musical score by Ghantasala. The movie is a remake of the director's own 1969 Telugu movie Jarigina Katha.

  • Natturajavu [20 August 2004 (India)]

    Charlie, an affluent family man, is forced to bear the brunt and burden of his late father's unscrupulous past. Now, Karnan, a jail convict, decides to settle some old scores with Charlie.

  • Nauker [7 December 1979 (India)]

    Amar, a widower, agrees to remarry for the sake of his daughter. He agrees to meet two rich girls but falls in love with Geeta while posing as his servant, Dayal.

  • Nawab Buta [Mazahir Rahim]

  • Naya Din Nai Raat [7 May 1974 (India)]

    Sushma, a young girl, runs away from home to escape an arranged marriage. On her way, she meets many people, each representing a distinct facet of human nature, who help her in her difficulties.

  • Neela [2001]

    Neela, a nomadic folk singer, loses her voice after being diagnosed with throat cancer. In the course of time, she faces many struggles and hardships within her conservative community.

  • Neelagiri Express [1 January 1969]

    Movie starring Sivaji Ganesan, B. Saroja Devi, Jai Shankar and is directed by A. C. Thrilogachandar.

  • Neerkumizhi [23 October 1965]

    Sethu, who has a terminal illness, spreads joy and hope among the inmates and doctors of a hospital. When he learns that a young doctor is in love with a patient, he decides to help the lovers.

  • Nil Gavani Kadhali [1969]

    A smuggling gang poses a huge challenge and elude the cops. Shankar is assigned to tackle the gang and right from the start he faces threat to his life. He decides to find a way to get the gang.

  • Njan Salperu Ramankutty [19 March 2004 (India)]

    Ramankutty, a teacher with good reputation, agrees to marry his uncle's daughter. His respect goes for a toss when he changes his mind and shows interest in another cousin.

  • Noor [21 April 2017 (India)]

    Noor is a journalist who works on feature stories but wishes to do serious reporting. Whilst she struggles with the demands of her career and her love life, she unearths an investigative news story.

  • Paa [4 December 2009 (India)]

    The 12-year-old Auro, who is raised by his gynaecologist mother Vidya, suffers from a rare genetic disorder called progeria. Auro wants to know about his father but Vidya hides it from him.

  • Panama Pasama [12 February 1968]

    Meenakshi, the wife of a rich businessman, is always trying to keep up her prestige. However, her life goes for a toss when her daughter falls in love with their watchman.

  • Pandanti Kapuram [21 July 1972]

    After a man loses his job, misunderstandings occur between him and his family members. Things get worse after a woman enters their lives to destroy their happiness.

  • Panduranga Mahatyam [28 November 1957]

    The story revolves around a young man from a pious family who is an atheist and falls in love with three disciples of a Sage.

  • Parchhain [N/A]


  • Parichay [18 October 1972 (India)]

    Desperate for work, Ravi takes up the challenge of teaching five spoilt children who have driven away all previous tutors. However, they soon bond and Ravi falls for Rama, the eldest of the lot.

  • Paropakari [1970]

    Mohan, a wealthy man, leaves home after he challenges his father that he will earn a fortune within a year. Soon, he finds himself impersonating his look-alike Ramu, who is dead.

  • Pathiye Daiva [1964]

    Pathiye Daiva is a 1964 Indian Kannada film, directed and produced by R. Nagendra Rao. The film stars R. N. Sudarshan, Kalpana, R. Nagendra Rao and Jayanthi in the lead roles. The film has musical score by Vijaya Bhaskar.

  • Patnavasam [1966]

    Meenakshi is a poor woman who has seven siblings. She works hard to get her mute sister married and her brother a doctor. Meanwhile, Periyasamy a rich old man wants to marry her.

  • Phagun [1958 (India)]

    Bijon, a young man from a wealthy zamindar family, falls in love with Banani, a dancer. He faces opposition from his father and is asked to leave the palace.

  • Phirey Esho Behula [20 January 2011 (Bangladesh)]

  • Piya Ka Ghar [23 February 1972 (India)]

    Malti marries Ram, who according to a priest, is a wealthy man. But when she goes to his house, she realises that he is very poor and she is stuck with him for the rest of her life.

  • Plus Two [29 June 2012 (Kerala)]

    Rajeev, a veterinary surgeon, dreams to buy a house of his own. Frustrated of living in rented apartments, he comes across a police officer who decides to help him fulfil his dream.

  • Poochakkanni [22 July 1971]

    Aana Valarthiya Vanampadiyude Makan is a 1971 Malayalam and Tamil film, directed and produced by P. Subramaniam. The film stars Gemini Ganesan, Rajasree, C. L. Anandan, K. V. Shanthi and Vijayanirmala in the lead roles. It is a sequel to the Subramaniam's 1959 film Aana Valarthiya Vanampadi.

  • Poola Rangadu [24 November 1967 (India)]

    Veerayya works as a manager in a mill, and he is framed for the murder of one of the mill's partner, Purushotham. He is being sent to jail. Will Veerayya's son, Rangudu, prove his father's innocence?

  • Pullimaan [28 October 1970]

    Vivaham Swargathil is a 1970 Indian Malayalam film, directed by J. D. Thottan and produced by P. A. Muhammad Kasim. The film stars Prem Nazir, Sheela, Thikkurissi Sukumaran Nair and Prema in the lead roles. The film had musical score by M. S. Baburaj.

  • Punnagai [5 November 1971]

    Satya and his college friends take a vow to lead an honest career and life. Satya becomes an engineer but faces many obstacles in the way of his progress.

  • Purno Doirgho Prem Kahini [16 October 2013 (Bangladesh)]

    Purno Doirgho Prem Kahini is a 2013 Bangladeshi romance film written by Rumman Rashid Khan and directed by Shafi Uddin Shafi. The film stars Shakib Khan, Joya Ahsan, and Arifin Shuvoo with Raj Razzak, Parveen Sultana Diti, Lamia Mimo and Shaju Khadem in supporting roles.

  • Purno Doirgho Prem Kahini 2 [14 February 2015 (Bangladesh)]

    Due to his short temper, Rayan loses the captaincy of the cricket team and the love of his life to another man. Filled with remorse, he takes the help of a fan to regain everything he lost.

  • Puthumukhangal [31 December 2010]

    Babloo, Amal and Eric, Kishore's college friends, learn about his dwindling finances and decide to lend a helping hand to solve his problem.

  • Putro [5 January 2018]

    Putro is a 2018 Bangladeshi film. Saiful Islam Mannu directed the film under the supervision of Impress Telefilm Limited. The film won 11 awards, including the awards for Best Film and Best Actor at the 43rd Bangladesh National Film Awards.

  • Race [21 March 2008 (India)]

    Two stepbrothers own a huge stud farm and a horse racing business. When they learn that they have a common love interest, one of them tries to kill the other and inherit the insurance money.

  • Rajkahini [16 October 2015 (India)]

    Begum Jaan, who runs a brothel in a village in Bengal bordering India and Pakistan, desperately strives to save her declining business amidst the changing political scenario during the Partition.

  • Ram Robert Rahim [31 May 1980 (India)]

    Three brothers, who were separated at birth, are brought up in different religions and are reunited by fate. Together, they combat the evil man responsible for their separation.

  • Rangula Ratnam [1966]

    Two brothers, Suryam and Vasu, decide to get separated after their father's death. While Suryam marries the daughter of a rich politician and abandons his family, Vasu takes care of his mother.

  • Robibaar [27 December 2019 (India)]

    After years of being separated, two people reunite and embark on a unique journey.

  • Rosie [12 October 2018 (Ireland)]

    A woman, her husband and their four children find themselves homeless after their landlord sells their house. Over the next 36 hours, the couple desperately search for a place to live while trying to shield the kids from the reality of the situation.

  • Saathiya [20 December 2002 (India)]

    Despite heavy opposition from their parents, Aditya and Suhani run away and get married. However, cracks soon begin to develop in their fairy-tale romance.

  • Sahasame Naa Oopiri [25 May 1989]

    Sahasame Naa Oopiri is a 1989 Indian Telugu satirical crime film based on the murder of the political leader Vangaveeti Mohana Ranga. The film directed by Vijaya Nirmala features Krishna alongside herself, Naresh, Vani Vishwanath and Gummadi in the lead roles.

  • Sakshi [1 July 1967]

    A guileless young man is dejected by the callousness of society and changes himself into a hard-hearted and unforgiving person.

  • Sakshyam [21 December 1995]

    Nambiar's wife is in prison as she is accused of murder, but he lies to his daughter that she is dead. However, problems arise when the daughter learns the truth.

  • Sakudumbam Shyamala [23 July 2010 (India)]

    Shyamala marries against the wishes of her family and gets abandoned by them. After 25 years, history repeates itself when her son, Akash, marries the girl of his choice and she disagrees to it.

  • Samadhi [15 November 2013]

  • Sarada [4 May 1973]

    Sarada loses her sanity as she is unable to accept her husband's death. A psychiatrist, also her husband's look-alike, helps her overcome the trauma by letting her believe that he is her husband.

  • Sarovaram [10 September 1993 (India)]

    Devadathan, a musician, who is settled in France, returns to his hometown in India. His dream of spending the rest of his life with his family is met with hostility from his siblings.

  • Sethurama Iyer CBI [23 January 2004 (India)]

    Alex, who is awaiting execution, confesses to having committed six out of the seven murders he is acquitted for. Officer Sethurama Iyer decides to trace the original murderer of the seventh one.

  • Shahenshah [12 December 1953]

    Shahenshah is a 1953 Indian Bollywood action costume drama film directed by Amiya Chakrabarty and produced by G.P. Sippy, which was India's first full length Gevacolor film and India's third full length color film. The film was made at a budget of Rs. 3 million and was made in 14 months.

  • Shera [5 February 1999 (India)]

    Jai, a peaceful man who does not like violence, decides to take revenge on a drug mafia don when he kills his sister. He must fight to protect himself and his family.

  • Shiva Kotta Sowbhagya [25 September 1985]

    Shiva Kotta Sowbhagya is a 1985 Indian Kannada film, directed by Hunsur Krishnamurthy and produced by V. Vargheese. The film stars Lokesh, Aarathi, Jayanthi and Rajanand in the lead roles. The film has musical score by T. G. Lingappa.

  • Sholay [15 August 1975 (India)]

    Jai and Veeru, two ex-convicts, are hired by Thakur Baldev Singh, a retired policeman, to help him nab Gabbar Singh, a notorious dacoit, who has spread havoc in the village of Ramgarh.

  • Shor [1972 (India)]

    Shankar strives to hear the voice of his son, who is speech impaired, and raises money to get him operated. However, right after his son's operation, Shankar loses his hearing in a factory accident.

  • Shree [19 July 2002 (India)]

    After Shree goes behind the people who are responsible for his sister's death, his father throws him out of the house. Thereafter, Shree helps people who are in trouble.

  • Shrimanthana Magalu [1977]

    A group of robbers try to befriend the spoilt daughter of a rich man in order to gain access to his fortune. However, a young man steps in to prevent this by wooing and marrying her.

  • Shudharil Shudhan [2009 (Kerala)]

    Ramankunju, an idealistic leader of the labourers working in tea estates, is forced to lead a protest against the management. However, this leaves his family to fend for themselves.

  • Silsila [14 August 1981 (India)]

    Amit sacrifices his love and gets married to his deceased brother's pregnant fiancee. However, when fate brings him face-to-face with his former flame, he decides to give in to his desires.

  • Simha Swapna [14 October 1968]

    Two brothers are not on good terms. While one is a king's minister, the other safeguards the king's elder brother. They try to continuously outwit each other.

  • Sirf Tum [11 June 1999 (India)]

    Deepak and Aarti fall in love with each other but they have never met. They exchange letters but do not know about each other's whereabouts. Aarti then sets out to look for him in the city of Delhi.

  • Sirimalle Navvindi [17 July 1980]

    Prasad meets and falls in love with Saraswathi, a tuition teacher. However, he gets scared to profess his love for her as he believes she will turn him down.

  • Soappu Seeppu Kannadi [5 April 1974]

    Durga is a 1974 Indian Malayalam film, directed and produced by Kunchacko. The film stars Prem Nazir, Adoor Bhasi, Manavalan Joseph and Boban Kunchacko in the lead roles. The film had musical score by G. Devarajan.

  • Sri Sri [19 March 2016]

    Sri Sri is a 2016 Indian Telugu-language drama film written and directed by Muppalaneni Shiva. The film stars Krishna, Vijaya Nirmala, Angana Roy, Kunal Kaushik, Naresh, Murali Sharma and Sai Kumar.

  • Sunglass [10 November 2013]

    Sunglass is a 2013 bilingual Indian comedy thriller film written and directed by Rituparno Ghosh. The film is a satirical comedy about the seven-year itch between a husband and wife and how their life turns topsy-turvy with the entry of what seems to be an ordinary pair of antique sunglasses.

  • Surya Chandra [Vijaya Nirmala]

    Movie starring Krishna, Rathi, Anjali Devi, Rajyalakshmi and directed by Vijaya Nirmala.

  • Swamy [30 September 2005]

    Swamy, a police officer, arrests Desai's son for illegal possession of weapons. Owing to this incident, Desai and Swamy lock horns and become enemies.

  • Tata Manavadu [23 March 1972]

    Anand promises to marry Suguna but abandons her after impregnating her. Suguna delivers a baby girl, Ranai, who after learning about her illegitimate father, plans to teach him a lesson.

  • Teen Bahuraniyan [1968 (India)]

    A large family comprising of a retired teacher, three sons, and daughters-in-law and their children live happily. But when an actress moves in next door, there is chaos competition in their house.

  • Thalappavu [12 September 2008 (India)]

    Raveendran befriends Joseph, a Naxal leader, during his time in the forest. He goes through mental trauma when his superiors order him to kill Joseph in a fake encounter.

  • Thappana [19 August 2012 (India)]

    Samson, a thief, is released from jail and on his way back he meets Mallika, who is also a convict. When he decides to help her, he finds himself embroiled with problems.

  • The Bird Catcher [24 January 2020 (Japan)]

    A young woman in Norway flees the Nazi roundup and conceals her identity while working on an occupied farm.

  • The Imposter Prince [Mahmud Didar]

  • Thenaruvi [1968]

    When a rich man is murdered on a running train, Inspector Shankar tries to solve the mystery. Since Ravanan is the only passenger travelling with the deceased, he decides to help him.

  • Thenmavin Kombath [23 January 1994]

    Sreekrishnan unknowingly falls in love with the woman his best friend, Manikyan, loves. Though Sreekrishnan tries his best to woo her, she resists, leading to a battle that ensues between the friends.

  • Third Love [2018]

  • Unnathangalil [2001]

    Shivan and Michael are childhood friends, ready to sacrifice their lives for each other. However, financial issues and greed cause a rift in their relationship.

  • Uphaar [10 December 1971]

    Anoop marries Minoo, a childish girl who does not understand her relationship with Anoop. While returning back to Calcutta, he is compelled to leave her with her mother.

  • Uppena [Buchi Babu Sana]

    Uppena is an upcoming Indian Telugu-language film directed by Bucchi Babu Sana, and jointly produced by Sukumar Writings and Mythri Movie Makers. The film features debutants Panjaa Vaisshnav Tej and Krithi Shetty, with Vijay Sethupathi playing a prominent role.

  • Uyira Maanama [21 October 1968]

    Uyira Maanama is a 1968 Indian Tamil-language film written and directed by K. S. Gopalakrishnan. The film stars Jaishankar, Vijaya Nirmala, R. Muthuraman and Krishna Kumari. It was released on 21 October 1968, and was commercially successful.

  • Vakkeel Vasudev [1993]

    While driving in an inebriated state, Vishnu hits a man and kills him. When he tries to help the victim's family, he falls in love with his daughter but hides from her that he killed her father.

  • Vaseegara []

  • Vathsalya [25 March 1965]

    Raju works at a mill, where Mansi, the mill owner's daughter, falls in love with him. Mansi uses her father's influence to force Raju into marrying her.

  • Velli Vizha [8 May 1972 (India)]

    Bala, a tennis champion, is happily married to his wife and children. Things get difficult for him after his fan Sheela comes into his life and they develop feelings for each other.

  • Vettam [20 August 2004 (India)]

    While trying to escape after stealing a necklace, Gopi runs into Veena. They eventually fall in love and find themselves in a world of trouble.

  • Vichithra Dampathyam [28 October 1966]

    is a 1966 Indian Malayalam-language film, directed by Puttanna Kanagal and produced by A. L. Sreenivasan and P. Arunachalam. The film stars Prem Nazir, Adoor Bhasi, Thikkurissi Sukumaran Nair and Vijaya Nirmala. The film is based on the Kannada novel Bekkina Kannu by Triveni. The film's score was composed by M. S.

  • Vijay Vikram [6 September 1979]

    Kaveri gets raped by Vikram who impregnates her and then refuses to marry her. When their son, Vijay, grows up and learns the truth, he seeks revenge.

  • Vivaham Swargathil [17 August 1973]

    Thenaruvi is a 1973 Indian Malayalam film, directed and produced by Kunchacko. The film stars Prem Nazir, Vijayasree, Adoor Bhasi, G. K. Pillai and K. P. Ummer in the lead roles. The film had musical score by G. Devarajan.

  • Yeh Vaada Raha [9 April 1982 (India)]

    Vikram's mother refuses to accept his relationship with Sunita due to her financial background. The couple decide to elope and meet with a horrible accident that separates them.

  • Zanjeer [6 September 2013 (India)]

    ACP Vijay Khanna, an honest and unforgiving officer, decides to eradicate corruption and sets out to kill Teja, a disreputable gangster, with the help of his lover and a foe-turned-friend.

  • Zero [21 December 2018]

    Bauua, a person of short stature, falls in love with Aafia, a scientist suffering from cerebral palsy, but soon breaks up with her. Later, what he learns of Aafia changes his life forever.

  • Zero Degree [6 February 2015 (Bangladesh)]

    Zero Degree is a 2015 Bangladeshi psychological thriller film written and directed by Animesh Aich, starring Mahfuz Ahmed, Joya Ahsan, and Dilruba Yasmeen Ruhee in lead roles. The film focuses on a love triangle that later turns fatal and revengeful.

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