Orthodox Indian, Raichand, would like his two sons to live together with him and his wife, and get married to girls' of his choice. One of his sons, Rahul, is adopted, while Rohan is his real son. Rahul falls in love with a poor Indian girl named Anjali, and incurs the displeasure of Raichand, they argue and fight, as a result Rahul leaves the house, moves to Britain, and settles down. Raichand now focuses his attention on his real son, Rohan, who has no plans to get married, but is determined to bring Rahul and Anjali back home so that they can be together again. Will Raichand permit Rohan to have his way, or will he also ask him to leave the house?
Majaz- Ae Gham-e-Dil Kya Karun is a biopic on the life of Asrarul Haq Majaz Lakhnavi. This film depicts the story of a poet and his throes with professional life, setback with love and fragmentation with family. The film brings back the classic era of lost realms related to culture, heritage and relationships. It is a love story circumscribed with different shades of issues which twists the life of the characters.
Two people from different caste start to fall in love but after their parents not allowing them to stay together, they run away.
On his way abroad, a man reflects on his college life and failed romance.
The film revolves around "young" are forced to lie at the beginning of his life as a result of the difficult conditions experienced by the passage of time believe everyone lie, can not undo, and despite his work as an employee in the private sector but that correspond with a number of government agencies demanding to resolve a number of crises public such as "bread" and "unemployment" and "housing crisis" and occur after a surprise and become famous.
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