Nepaal Ki Thandi Thandi Hawaao Mein from movie Gharwali Baharwali (1998) – Arun Verma lives in India along with his widower dad, Hiralal. He gets married to Kaajal mainly due to the fact that Hiralal wants grandchildren to lighten up his life. When Kaajal fails to conceive, Hiralal is disappointed and asks Arun to re-marry, but Arun is reluctant. Arun and his friend, Jumbo, leave for a trip to Nepal, and in their absence, Hiralal has a heart attack, and is looked after by Kaajal. When Arun gets the news he hastens home to find his dad recuperating and insisting that Kaajal is now his daughter as well as his daughter-in-law, and asks Arun to adopt a child instead of re-marrying. Arun and Kaajal adopt a male child and also find a nanny named Manisha for him. Then chaos and uncertainty descends on Kaajal’s world as she finds that Arun is having an affair with Manisha – who it seems is more than just a nanny for their foster son.
Mai Sohni Tu Mahiwal Hai from movie Hum Kisi Se Kam Nahin – The movie revolves around Munnabhai (Sanjay Dutt) a dreaded but good-hearted underworld don of Mumbai. Once while beating up one of his foes, he sees Komal (Aishwarya Rai) and is so smitten by her beauty that he starts visualizing her wherever he goes and in whatever he does. Not understanding this new phenomenon in Munnabhai”s life, his men take him to Doctor Rastogi (Amitabh Bachchan) . The Doctor realizes it”s a love virus so he advises him to woo the girl somehow, not realizing that Munnabhai has fallen for none other than his own younger sister Komal. Munnabhai starts wooing Komal but she is in love with Raja (Ajay Devgan), a local vagabond doing nothing except working in a bowling alley as a bouncer. It is not long before the doctor realizes that his underworld patient is in love with his own sister, so he decides to take her to Malaysia and get her married off. Raja also manages to go to Malaysia with them. Not one to be left behind, Munnabhai also follows them and all beans are spilled when the doctor comes to know about Raja and Komal’s affair and Munnabhai’s intentions. Helpless and powerless in Malaysia, Munnabhai plays a smart one on them and all are deported back to Mumbai where the don is the uncrowned king. What happens after they land in Mumbai? Will the doctor be able to save Komal from the Don? Will Raja be able to convince the doctor and Munnabhai about his love?
Teraa Hee Divana Hu Sun Sajna from movie Garv – Crime has taken its toll heavily on Mumbai city; with the police force restricted by the norms of the law. Unable to witness this the police commissioner, Samar Singh decides to appeal to his superiors and seniors for permission to conduct a shoot at sight mission for all criminals. Thus Assistant Commissioner of Police Arjun Ranawat and his college Haider Ali Khan is assigned to head the crew as they go about bringing all criminals to justice. When the gangs are speculated this trigger international terrorist, Zafar Supari who takes help from a corrupt Minister Khashi Trevadi to put extreme pressure on Samar Singh. Soon Khashi Trevadi takes up the Chief Minister post forcing Samar Singh to tender his resignation with immediate effect. Then there is a show-down when inspector Haider Ali is murdered and is accused of having connection with the terrorists and ISI agents forcing Arjun to take a stand – but situations only frustrates him to the extent of revolting by murdering all corrupt high-ranking public personalities. Then Arjun is arrested by the police; his case is called up in a court of law where-by there are many charges lay on him – one of them involves having an illicit relationship with his very own sister, Rakhi Dixit. With Trevadi still in the port-folio it certainly looks like Arjun will get a life sentence.
Teraa Nam Meraa Nam from movie Ghar Aaya Mera Pardesi – Birju and Radha love each but Radha’s father wants her to marry Vikram, however, when he realizes that this is against his daughter’s wish, he agrees to the marriage but on a number of conditions that would make it virtually impossible for Birju to fulfill.
Ho Kala Sha Kala from movie Aayi Milan Ki Raat – The story describes about the two lovers who are belongs to different social background and they plan to get marriage. They are prevented from doing so when a tantrik converts one of them into a snake at sunrise, and the other also into a snake, but at sunset.
Le Ja Tu Chhalla Nishani from movie Aaja Sanam – ;
Sirf Khiladi Badal Gaya from movie Dadagiri – Deepa lives a poor lifestyle along with her widowed father, and is in love with Dharma. Her father becomes ill, and must re-locate abroad for treatment. A rich male, Singh, offers to marry Deepa and only then will he get her dad the required treatment. Deepa agrees, and a heartbroken Dharma decides to remain single, takes to alcohol and becomes a goon. Deepa gives birth to a daughter, Barkha, but her husband passes away leaving her very wealthy. Her ex-convict brother-in-law, Bhanupratap, demands cash, and she gives him some, but he wants more, and upon being refused – kills her, moves in along with his wife, Shanti; son, Roshan; and daughter, Chandni; on the pretext of looking after Barkha. He hopes to take over the entire estate, but finds his plans foiled when he finds out that Deepa had left a Will which made it mandatory for the entire estate to be transferred to Barkha after she reaches the age of 21. He and his wife abuse Barkha, force her to give up her studies, and make her do all the household work while they continue to collect a princely allowance every month. Years later Barkha has grown up, and after being whipped by her uncle, manages to escape, meets and falls in love with a street-wise male, Suraj. Ironically, Bhanupratap hires Dharma, who locates and takes her back – leaving her no choice but to sign-over the entire estate to her uncle.
Phulo Me Khushbu Hai from movie Hum Saath Saath Hain – The trials and challenges of a joint family in India, whose parents are Ramkishen and second wife Mamta, and have three sons and a married daughter. The eldest son is handicapped since birth, and is from Ramkishen’s first wife. Mamta, the second wife, hates him, and like Kaikeyi in Ramayana wants the estate and wealth in her sons’ names. She and her daughter’s father-in-law, scheme together, and have the eldest son, including his wife and child, thrown out of the house. Mamta and her sons are all set to control the finances and the estate – until she finds out that her very own sons do not approve of nor support her actions in throwing their step-brother out of the house.
Ma Ka Man Mamta Ka Mandir from movie Amba – Prabha lives a wealthy lifestyle with her widowed dad, Thakur Jasbir Singh and brother Kunwar Ranvir. She receives a marriage proposal from equally wealthy Thakur Shamsher Singh, but rejects him, gets married to Rajendra, re-locates to move-in with him and his widowed and principled mom, Amba Bhanupratap Singh, & wayward brother Suraj, where she soon gives birth to Rajat. Rajendra, who secretly visits local courtesan, Munnibai, returns home intoxicated one night and sexually molests and then kills Geeta, who is their servant, Bhiku’s daughter, but is treated like a family-member. Then when Amba returns home after watching Ram Leela, she apprehends Rajendra, has him arrested, he is eventually tried in Court, found guilty after Amba’s testimony, and hanged. A devastated and humiliated Prabha swears to avenge his death, and leaves to live with her equally vengeful dad and brother, and together they plot to turn Amba and Suraj’s lives upside down – so much so that Amba and Suraj not only lose their ancestral estate, their house is burned down, they are blacklisted by the community, where Amba is the Sarpanch, and to top it all up, Suraj is arrested for killing Shamsher and sexually molesting Prabha, and if found guilty will also be hanged like his brother.
Mang Teri Saja Du Mai from movie Baaghi (1953) – ;