Taal

"Don't fall .. rise in love."
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Taal is a Hindi film that is also spelled Tamil or Thaalam. This film was the first Indian film to make it to the number twenty spot on Variety’s box office list. The movie stars a man named Manav. He goes on a trip to India with his father, uncle, aunt, and some employees that work for his father. He meets a girl named Mansi. She is the daughter of a spiritual singer. They end up falling in love. All is going well until his father learns they are in love. He packs the family up and they leave. He is upset because Mansi’s family is of a lower social class then his. His father then invites her father to stop by and visit if he is ever in the area. Manav tell Mansi that he will wait for her. Even though they psychically apart they are still together in their hearts.

When Mansi’s father learns they are romantically involved he gets angry. He arrives at Manav’s home just to be insulted by his family. When hearing about their treatment Mansi wants nothing more to do with Manav. Manav meets a famous producer that is a fan of Mansi’s father work. Mansi also gets involved in the music business and becomes a singing sensation in India. This producer falls in love with her. Manav arrives and apologizes for the way that his family acted. Is meet Mansi only to be turned away.

The music producer proposes to Mansi and her family feels she should accept this. After some thought and a few appearances at music awards she accepts his offer for marriage. On the day of her wedding Manav arrives and tells her that he is still in love with her. When her fiancée see that she is still in love with him, he encourages her to be with him. Finally both families give the couple their blessings and they end up getting married.

Not Rated
| 2000 | 2 hr 59 min | 6.7/10
Cast
Akshaye Khanna, Anil Kapoor, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Alok Nath
Produced By
Subhash Ghai
Language
English
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