A kind-hearted goon decides to get his wife back by making a film on their love story, while his arch nemesis tries to thwart his plans.
Mahadev is a carefree guy who dreams of becoming a filmmaker. He is smitten by three women in life and all the three affairs prove to be a disaster. The interesting point is that all the three girls are named Sirisha.What is it in Mahadev that causes failures in his love relationships?
Rules - Pyaar Ka Superhit Formula is a light look at the game of love. Radha (Meera Vasudevan) is employed with an advertising agency, and has a chance to see and meet prominent models. She meets her dreamboat, Vikram Verma (Milind Soman), on one such day. Needless to state, she is madly in love with him, but he has eyes for his girlfriend, the gorgeous model, Maggie (Namrata Barua), only. Radha's attempts to make him notice her are in vain, and in desperation she confides in her grandma (Tanuja), for a solution. Her grandma instructs her to follow a number of simple rules,...
A six-time Filmfare Award winner, Rajesh Khanna was the biggest actor in Bollywood during the 1970s, starring in such films as Anand and Bawarchi. Seen as a phenomenon in his home country, Khanna headlined a string of 15 consecutive hit films. Compiling songs from many of his most popular movies, this collection boasts an impressive list of unforgettable tunes, including "Duniya Mein Logon Ko" and "Yahan Wahan Sare Jahan."
Superhit Muqabla was an immensely popular countdown show of popular Hindi film songs that was broadcast on the Indian TV channel DD Metro of Doordarshan network, for several years in the 1990s. It was a winning formula because of its pioneering format of pep talk by a host, Baba Sehgal in its earlier days, and being one of the first interactive content programmes on air. The top 10 songs were decided every week by the polls sent in by the viewers. The response each week was immense in spite of the painstaking postcard polls compared to the SMS poll-ins of these days. The impact of the show can be imagined by the fact that it got its own award show SUMU Awards, which became hugely popular as well. It spawned a number of countdown shows on similar formats but none made an impact much like Superhit Muqabla. It was the first show to have its own theme see as much popularity and recognition as many of the songs featured in it. Simultaneously the programme was also shot in the Tamil language by the name SUPERHIT POTTI. It was aired from DD Chennai simultaneously at the same time. The Tamil version was not a dubbed version but was separately shot,edited and aired show which was hosted by many Tamil film and Television stars.