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Keemat Lowest new price: $8.49
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Dev (Akshay Kumar) and Ajay (Saif Ali Khan) are two good for nothing boys living in the city of Mumbai. Both are orphans brought up by achronic alcoholic (Avtaar Gill). They are small timers dreaming of big times and coming up with several schemes to become rich.One such idea by Ajay is to simply find a rich girl...make her fall in love and then marry her. After the marriage he intends to become an in-house husband and live off his wife's riches, and enjoy life forever. Dev & Ajay zero down on a girl who they think is very rich, Sharmilee (Raveena Tondon). Sharmilee, with similar idea, in reality is a two bit con womanwho eventually falls in love with Dev.One day Ajay picks a young mans pocket. The man Mohan (Ravi Kissan) decides to chase Ajay, during which he killed in an accident. When Dev & Ajay open the wallet they find a letter through which they realise how important that money was for Mohan's family. Feeling pangs to guilt they decide to go to Mohan's home in Badlapur & return the money to hisfamily. On meeting Mohan's father Dinanath Tripathi (Anupam Kher), a school master and mother (Moushami Chatterji), they are unable to tell the truth. Mohan's family accepts them as their own, their son's best friends. In course of time they become the entire family and village's beloved. Ajay also finds his love in the same village, a girl called Mansi (Sonali Bendre).Will the family ever come to know about Mohan's death? When they do, how will they treat Dev & Ajay, whom they have come to love as their own sons. What will be the "KEEMAT" (PRICE) that Dev & Ajay pay in order to regain their love and trust forms the crux of the story.

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Luck By Chance

Luck By Chance Lowest new price: $12.95
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Brand: Reliance Big Pictures
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Original Reliance Big Pictures DVD.


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Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam

Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam Lowest new price: $6.90
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Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. 100% Money Back Guarantee.

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Yes Boss

Yes Boss Lowest new price: $7.36
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Mumbai...The city of dreams....High rise buildings, vast golden beaches, shimmering waters, glittering nights and people...loads & loads of people...all eagerly waiting, wanting and fighting to achieve the Perfect" world for themselves as well as for the people they love.
Love...An emotion which fights for its right to survive in this city of dreams & ambitions and somehow manages to blossom its way into the heart of the city's cosmopolitan lifestyle. This battle of emotions, feelings and love over the grind and the pace of the city rages on as the city dwellers continue to tick like clockwork.

One such person is Rahul Joshi (Shah Rukh Khan), a young ambitious man who will do anything to keep his "BOSS" Sidharth Chaudhary (Aditya Pancholi), happy. Rahul aspires to start his own advertising agency as promised by his boss and all is going hunky-dory till both Rahul & his boss lay eyes on a beautiful model, Seema Bakshi (Juhi Chawla). Seema, a middle-class hostelite, also has dreams of making it to the top of the glamorous world of high-fashion and acquiring the affluence & fame which go along with success, or if need be marry an aristocrat who can give her all the comforts in life.
This is where the roller... coaster ride of human emotions & desires start. Rahul starts to love Seema but Seema gets taken in by Sidharth's smooth talk and Siddharth only wants to keep his pie and eat it to.

Now what does Rahul do? Does he forsake his love for his only ambition? Or does he reveal to Seema, Sidharth's insincerity in their relationship? Or does listen to his boss and meakly say... "YES BOSS"!"

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No Entry

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Synopsis: No Entry follows the lives of three men Kishen, 'the married man", Sunny,'the bachelor' and Prem 'the married bachelor'! Ironically, while the faithful Kishen has a very suspicious wife, Kaajal, playboy Prem has a trusting wife, Pooja whilst Sunny's fiancee Sanjana is a bit of both! Trouble brews when Prem decides to make Kishen taste the forbidden fruit that comes in the form of sultry siren Bobby, who walks into their lives, leading to chaos, craziness, commotion and crisis. Who is this Bobby? Each one has a different answer to this question and it is not helped by the attentions of the politician P. K. Gupta who is hell bent on creating more trouble for them all. No Entry is a true masala comedy and if you want experience a roller coaster ride of unadulterated entertainment, watch it now!

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Mother India

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Starring: NARGIS, SUNIL DUTT, RAJENDRA KUMAR, RAJ KUMARSynopsis: From India, the cradle of the Gods, comes this epic drama of an Indian mother, the nucleus round which revolves the tradition and culture of the ages in this ancient land. In India, every woman is an integral part of a man. With marriage she merges her individuality into her husband's and both together form a single entity in society. One without the other is but half the story of an eternal harmony going beyond a single birth and through seven births as the Indian scriptures say. A woman's marriage is thus an eternal spiritual bond and in her absolute dedication to her husband, her single prayer is to die in the presence of her husband and be carried out by him even as a bride in death. To this eternal Indian woman, the home is her temple, the husband her god, the children his blessings and the land her great mother. This a story of one such Indian woman, a supreme symbol of millions of mothers that make this ancient land Mother India.

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Na Tum Jaano Na Hum

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Synopsis: God works in strange ways. He makes us aware of the important people in our life - our parents, grandparents, and friends. But the one person who will matter most in our life - the one we will love and cherish - He keeps secret from us. Only He knows! And only He decides when and how he will tell us. Who we will fall in love with? Who will fall in love with us? Na Tum Jaano Na Hum is the story of Akshay, Rahul and Esha, three beautiful people dreaming of that one special person. Three young hearts with but one unfulfilled longing. Three souls that yearn to be touched by the magical wand of love. Three innocents in a fix, floundering on the complicated path of love. Only he knows the ending. Only he holds the key to their happiness. For only he knows. Na Tum Jaano Na Hum.

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Billu Barber

Billu Barber Lowest new price: $10.00
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Brand: Eros Entertainment
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Outsourced Lowest new price: $12.65
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Todd Anderson (Josh Hamilton-Kicking and Screaming, The Bourne Identity) gets the bad news from his boss: his job has been outsourced. Adding insult to injury, Todd must travel to India to train his own replacement. Through a series of hilarious misadventures, this charming, critically acclaimed romantic comedy reminds us that sometimes getting lost is the best way to find yourself.

The low-key, charming Outsourced is a thoughtful satire about the human side of contemporary frustrations associated with the global economy. Josh Hamilton (The House of Yes) stars as Todd Anderson, vice president of customer relations for a Seattle company that sells phone-order, patriotic kitsch. Part of Todd's job is keeping his operators' order-taking time down to a few minutes. He's good at what he does, but that doesn't stop the company from outsourcing Todd's entire department to somewhere in India, where local workers can field customer calls more cheaply. A reluctant Todd is sent to the subcontinent to train his own replacement and get the new operators up to speed. Neither task goes well, but adding to Todd's frustration is culture shock over everything from Indian table manners to public transportation to minimal bathroom fixtures. There’s something familiar about this particular fish-out-of-water tale (television’s Northern Exposure, as well as such features as Local Hero and Doc Hollywood). The gentle but illuminating Outsourced proves the story, as long as it's told well, never gets old. Todd eventually realizes the best way to escape India and get back to Seattle, ironically, is to let go of his resistance to India's culture and people. Transformation precedes liberation, but the lovely question in Outsourced is this: once Todd is transformed, what does he need to be liberated from? The film's deliberate, carefully paced narrative can't obscure the feeling of epiphany that permeates Outsourced. Nor can some of its other delights: assured location shooting and a fine supporting cast, including a wry Ayesha Dharker as Todd's romantic interest, and a brief appearance by Larry Pine as a kind of older, more serene version of the disoriented central character. --Tom Keogh

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Shaadi No. 1

Shaadi No. 1 Lowest new price: $5.25
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