Amulyam is a 1978 Telugu drama movie directed by Akkineni Kutumba Rao. The film won A. P. State Nandi Award for Best Children's Film in 2007.
The story is based on a family's efforts to give a better lifestyle to their son. But, after making a good career, he marries a rich girl and refuses to be associated with his own family.
Aarambh is a 1976 film directed by Jahan Kumar and produced under the banner of Prerna Pictures. The film features Rama Vij, Rakesh Pandey, Saira Banu and Ravi Kumar.
Bairaag is a film released in the year 1976. The story of the film revolves around a family who has a servant who is blind. The marriage of the youngest daughter is fixed but, unfortunately, doesn't happen. The story takes a turn when an incident changes the life of the blind servant and makes him closer to the family he is serving.
Bundalbaaz is a Hindi romantic comedy film directed by Shammi Kapoor. The story revolves around a poor man who wants to be rich in order to marry his girlfriend, but the girl's father wants her to marry to another man. The man, somehow, manages to find a genie, who helps improve his lifestyle and enables him to impress his girlfriend's father.
Based on Stephen King's 1974 epistolary novel of the same name, Carrie is a tale of a shy reserved girl, who unleashes her telekinetic powers, after being bullied by her classmates.
The documentary Chhatrabhang throws light on the caste system and its prevalence in the Indian villages. It revolves around a real-life incident where the lower caste people come face-to-face with the Brahmin Class to address a problem. The documentary also features the interviews conducted with those who are involved in this conflict.
Deewangee is a Hindi drama film revolves around a boy who lives a simple life and works with one of his friends. He meets and falls in love with a girl and marries her. Soon, a suitcase given to him by his friend changes everything.
Do Ladkiyan is directed by Kotayya Pratyagatma and produced by Gopi Dadlani. The star cast of the movie are Mala Sinha, Sanjeev Kumar, and Ramesh Deo.
Ek Se Badhkar Ek is a story of two brothers who get separated from each other by a gang of smugglers. Later, the younger brother steals away their goods in revenge whereas the elder brother becomes a clever criminal. Things take a turn when the elder brother helps the police to catch the gang.
Directed by K. Hariharan and Mani Kaul, Ghashiram Kotwal is the story of Nanasahed Phadnavis. The movie is adapted from Vijay Tendulkar's play of the same name. It stars Om Puri and Mohan Agashe in lead roles.
Ginny Aur Johnny is directed by Mehmood. It released in 1976 and the cast includes Mehmood, Rishi Kapoor, Baby Ginni and Rakesh Roshan in lead roles.
Kabeela is a Hindi film which is released in the year 1976. The story line of the film revolves around a poor girl and the problems she faces in day-to-day life. The story is about how she falls in love with a guy and how she is betrayed by him. It is produced and directed by Bolu Khosla.
The movie Kadambari is about a girl who is convinced that she can make a boy fall in love with her, but he is dominated by his mother. The story covers how she gives a strong statement, which influences him in accepting her marriage proposal.
Koi Jeeta Koi Haara is directed by Samir Ganguly and released in 1976. The cast includes Shashi Kapoor, Saira Banu and Farida Jalal.
Lagaaam is directed by Dulal Guha, released in 1976. The film is produced by Pratap Singh under the banner of Silver Screen Productions. The star cast includes Bindu Desai, Prem Chopra, Yogeeta Bali, CS Dubey, Dina Pathak, Farida Jalal, Jankidas Mehra and Satyendra.
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