Eidgah tells the story of a four-year-old orphan named Hamid who lives with his grandmother, the story begins on Eid morning when Hamid sees his friends spend their eid money on luxurious and entertaining things. Will Hamid give in to the temptation of doing the same will his decision be selfless?
Little Ram and his lawyer father Mr. Shankaracharya are on a train ride and by chanting a certain 'Mantra' things keep disappearing and re-appearing. Will this chanting keep the mischievous Ram in check?
When a city engineer returns to his village, he reminisces about his childhood. In order to recapture the magic he decides to play a game of Gulli Danda with his childhood buddy named Gaya. But he soon realizes the vast difference between the old simple times and what are considered to be modern values.
1919 ki Ek Baat is a story that revolves around the true events of the Jalianwala Baugh massacre and an exploration of how the freedom struggle gave birth to unlikely heroes regardless of how and where they came from.
A Policeman in love with a Prostitute...What! The law enforcer in bed with the law breaker! Complicated? Wait, there's more. Our Policeman is married! And so is our Prostitute. But he doesn't know that, yet! The old Cat & Mouse game just got a whole new meaning!
Mr. Chokhey Lal Sharma is the much sought-after editor of the popular 'Navaras' magazine. But his taste for the selection of texts is influenced more by the beauty of the writer than the writing. And so the fairer sex is given more than a fair chance. He's always hunting for the next new talent. But what happens when the Hunter becomes the Hunted!
She's a young jewish girl living alone in Bombay; strikingly beautiful & of easy virtue. She has a distaste for underwear & for religion. Wild & promiscuous, she's not a nice girl to know and certainly not the kind a decent man would take home to meet his mother. But, He loves Her. Truly. Deeply. Madly!
Manto recounts his encounter with Mammad bhai, the much dreaded dada of Arab gully in the bylanes of South Bombay. His handlebar moustache is enough to send shivers down people's spines. But is his bark worse than his bite?
The old are in a second childhood, and so is Kaaki, whose only worldly desire is her craving for food. Will sh learn to behave herself and be a good girl? Or will her tongue get the better of her?
Saugandhi is a prostitute. But she trades her body not her soul. Love is the centre of her universe, but can it really conquer all?
The Hare & the Tortoise are brothers in a primary school. Will wisdom & knowledge be sacrificed for information & degrees at the altar of modern education?