Based on the 2009 documentary Surviving Mumbai about the Mumbai attacks in 2008 at the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in India.
The film starts in a street in Fort Kochi where Vasco da Gama, the son of a wrestler named Michael, lives. Vasco and his gang of five — Chandrappan, Susheelan, Sainu, Basheer and cousin Tomichchan are small-time goondas, involved in petty offences and as the movie progresses, these characters turn out to be more endearing than bad.
Pia, a typical “Mumbai” girl, makes her first ever day trip to Delhi and agrees to meet a possible match for marriage on her mother’s insistence. She lands in Delhi determined to reject the guy after meeting him because after all he’s from “Delhi”. However, as it turns out she loses her phone while fighting with an auto driver and meets Goli Kohli, a witty “Delhi” boy who grudgingly agrees to help her. One thing leads to another and they end up spending the entire day together. They fight, they argue, they laugh and share a lifetime of emotions in one day. When they meet in the morning they are strangers with strong biases about Mumbai & Delhi, when they part in the evening, the biases have turned into affection for each other’s quirks and finally, love.
Mumbai is a mass action entertainer produced by Ramu films and directed by AK47 script writer S R Ramesh. Krishna the protagonist works in a bar as cashier who eventually meets a girl beside his house and starting with small fights and humour he falls in love with her. Alongside he is constantly helping an orphanage and has a special bondage with blind kids. Later on due to some problem which occurs in the orphanage, the situation forces him to move to Mumbai which leads him to the underworld. Rest of the story revolves around the thrilling action with the underworld, the orphanage and his love interest.
Mumbai Xpress is a comedy of errors on kidnapping the wrong person starring Kamal Haasan in lead role supported by Om Puri, Vijay Raaz, Ramesh Aravind, Sharat Saxena and Manisha Koirala.
This is a sequel of Pune Mumbai Pune which fared very well at the box office. It is a romantic drama based marathi movie.
On their way to a New Year's Eve party in Mumbai, a group of five friends encounter supernatural occurrences on a highway, 125 kilometres outside the city.
The film is about how a set of officials try to deal with a bomb threat happens in a single day in the city of Mumbai. The movie revolves around a taxi driver in Mumbai. Badusha does the lead role of Bhagath, a taxi driver. Marina Michael Kurisingal does the female lead. She plays Nandhita, a passenger in the taxi driven by Bhagath. A thrilling story follows with the arrival of an anonymous message to the special office under Anti Terrorist Squad.
Ali is an Iranian exchange student from Iran who is studying medicine as a cardio resident in Mumbai. By chance, he saves the life of one of his classmates Karishma, who has attempted suicide. Little by little he tries to talk to Karishma and give her hope and happiness, which eventually leads to the two of them falling in love.
Mumbai Police tells the friendship of 3 police officers, on of them is the Commissioner and other two are Asst. Commissioners who rules the city of Cochin efficiently without any fear.
A girl from Mumbai who comes to Pune to meet a prospective groom, with the idea of rejecting him, ends up spending the day with a complete stranger.
Debu Chatterjee is in his 30s, and is chided by everyone he knows as a "virgin". Tired of being stereotyped in this manner, he confides in Baba Hindustani, and Pyarelal about his predicament, and they offer to help him out, with hilarious results. Then one day, while watching a movie in a theater, Debu is shocked to see himself in an adult sex film...
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Being a police officer in this big-bad city called Mumbai can be quite some task. Mumbai, contrary to the other parts of the country, works on its own unique little philosophy...
Arun Bakshi, Pankaj Berry and Jyoti star in a Rajiv S. Ruia film.
An Indian raised in the Philippines falls in love with a Filipina on business in Mumbai. She leaves unexpectedly, and he travels back to the Philippines to find her.
Presented as a comment on the lifestyle of Bombay's rich, the film tells of the wealthy Mr. Nanavati (Sandow) who is attracted to a dancer, Roshanara (Yakbal) who in turn is represented by a Dalal Chhotalal (Noor Mohammed). Chhotalal plans to rob Nanavati and seizes his chance when the rich man buys a gold necklace as a present for his daughter's birthday. Chhotalal tempts Nanavati to visit Roshanara, who then seduces him and obtains the necklace. When Nanavati realizes that he has been duped, he accuses Chhotalal, who has by then switched the necklace for a fake. Roshanara, was based upon a real cabaret dancer of that name.
Indian film from 2014
Mumbai Calling is a British-Indian comedy series, starring Sanjeev Bhaskar, set in the fictional Teknobable call centre in Mumbai. The series was shot on location in India. The pilot first aired on ITV on 30 May 2007. The first series aired on ABC1 starting on 12 May 2009, and on ITV starting on 30 May 2009.
Amchi Mumbai, is weekly Malayalam show on Kairali TV that features Interviews, Talk Show, Talent Scan, Events, News updates from and about the Malayali diaspora in the city of Mumbai, India. This show is telecasted at 8.30 a.m. IST, every Sunday. The show aims to connect millions of Malayalees living in Mumbai with those who lives in Kerala and abroad. The show also find out Mumbai Malayalees' take on issues that concern not only Mumbai or Kerala, but also the rest of India. In addition, this show also has a news bulletin, 'Mumbai Fast News', which pertains to local happenings in and around Mumbai. Amchi Mumbai, the first television programme in a Malayalam Channel featuring the dream city and its current affairs is conceived by N.K. Bhupeshbabu and directed by Premlal Raman. Amchi Mumbai, charted on top list among pravasi show is hosted by J.P. Thakazhy and produced by Dr. Anil Raghavan.
Yeh Hai Mumbai Meri Jaan is a Hindi language comedy series that aired on Zee TV channel. The series aired every Wednesday at 7:30pm IST. The concept of this comedy draws greatly from the city of Mumbai - the melting pot of rural simplicity and urban complexity.