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Thai Jashe! is an upcoming urban Gujarati film written and directed by Nirav Barot. The film is about the struggles of a middle class man to achieve his goals in the metrocity Ahmedabad. The film stars Manoj Joshi, Malhar Thakar and Monal Gajjar.
The story of a Brahmin family during the pre independence and post independence periods of India.
When the head of a statue sacred to a village is stolen, a young martial artist goes to the big city and finds himself taking on the underworld to retrieve it.
The 3 year old Storm has recently moved to Thailand. He tries to be a foreign boy in a completely different country.
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Rasappan (Sathyaraj) is a useless fellow who loves his sister's daughter Meena (Meena), a graduate girl. Their parents decide to engage them but Meena refuses to marry with a jobless groom. Rasappan challenges them to find a decent job. His uncle (Goundamani) advises him to become a MLA. Rasappan joins Paramasivan's party, Pramasivan (Manivannan) is convinced by his motivation. Meanwhile, villagers dissatisfied of Paramasivan politics, they encourage Velusamy (Vijayakumar) to contend at the MLA election. During the election, Rasappan asks the electors to vote for Velusamy and Rasappan wins it widely. Rasappan becomes an honest MLA and helps his village people, he convinces the villagers to deposit their money in a new bank. The bank manager, Paramasivan's relative, scams Rasappan and the villagers. Rasappan is immediately sent in jail because of Paramasivan's plan. Villagers burn Rasappan's house and steal his properties.
The story revolves around the bus driver of a bus with the plate number 888. He is on a mission filled with chaos, involving the safety of the passengers.
Giri and Kutti earn their livelihood as house-brokers in the city mainly through their glib talk. Their troubles start when "Torture Dharma" is unexpectedly released from Jail on bail. Giri is the caretaker of Dharma`s house, a portion of which he rents out to Geetha who has come to the city to meet her lover Aravind. Giri to save Geetha from Dharma lies that she is his wife. He is forced to tell a series of lies to keep up the deception.
Story about 2 brothers who are in the opposite side of the law. Their mother ask her son who is a police officer to arrest her other son who is a thief.
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Gentle giant Barney Emerald is drugged and robbed while on holiday in Pattaya. He befriends two Thai siblings, one of which is a muay-thai kick-boxing champion, and stays with them until he can recover his passport. Unfortunately the hunt for his passport makes him cross ways with international gangsters. But Barney has found a secret weapon, the very spicy Thai salad "Somtum".
"Tim" is the son of a Thai boxing camp owner. His father has an enemy who is plotting to take over the camp. Therefore, he dares Tim’s father to a duel between their sons. The winner will become the new owner of the Thai boxing camp. Tim’s father wants Tim to train hard so that Tim can win against his enemy’s son, but Tim wants to be a singer rather than a boxer. He leaves home to try and realize his dream. Along the way he meets "Jintarah", who also has dreams of becoming a singer. After much trouble, Tim’s father finally finds Tim and begs him to fight in order to save his boxing camp. Tim is faced with the difficult option of choosing between his dream and filial piety for his father.
Greg Fleet took a holiday as a young man, a holiday that he intended to be a relaxing and inspiring journey to Thailand. What unfolded for the young Fleety was a bizarre and painful learning experience in which he was relieved of thousands of dollars by crooked Thai con men, escaped from these con men, fell in love, and included being bombed in Burma as he spent time with a rebel army.
Petchara is a beautiful working woman who lives in Chum Chon Ruam Jai. Her father is Pichet, a Pad Thai stall owner, and her married younger sister, a pretty and talkative girl, is Aranya. Petchara is a talented cook - and Pad Thai is one of her specialty dishes. One day, while fighting with her sister over her marriage prospects, Petchara says too much, claiming that she will marry whoever eats her Pad Thai for 100 days straight. Wiwat, a local TV producer, senses an opportunity and quickly sets up a game show, "Pad Thai's Love," to contest for a Bt1 million prize and Petchara's hand in marriage. All of the villagers support Surachat, a handsome professor and their next-door neighbor, to compete in the game, while Petchara secretly hopes he wins.
Thai Thangai Paasam (English: Mother, Sister Affection) is a Tamil film released in 1995 directed and produced by T. Rajendar. Rajender himself appeared in the title role, whilst the film featured an extensive cast, which also featured Rajendar's three real life children, along with a bevy of supporting actors. The film released on 14 April 1995.
My Thai Bride is a documentary film exploring the power of money to save and destroy – and the harm that ensues when people and relationships are reduced to commodities.
Based on true events, Ring Girls is a fast paced story about five gorgeous young American women from Las Vegas who train under their mentor, Master Toddy. These five fighters take on the ultimate challenge of fighting the best female Muay Thai fighters in the world. The five American beauties give up the glitz and glory of Las Vegas and travel deep into the jungles of Thailand. It's there where they battle the elements and train to use all of their weapons: kicks, knees, elbows and fists. The story climaxes in an epic battle in the ring - a bloody, fierce fight that brings the entire country to its feet. For five warriors from Las Vegas, it's the trip of the lifetime... and the fight of their lives!
Explosive action film starring Panna Rittikrai as a man caught between corrupt police officers and vicious drug gangs. The film features non-stop action and crazy stunts including a fight with Panna taking on four guys on top of a moving truck.
Mechanic Stepanych goes on a tourist trip to Thailand while his wife and daughter are expecting his return and don't even know what kind of events are waiting for them.
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