Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham...
Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... known as K3G, is a 2001 Indian family drama film written and directed by Karan Johar and produced by Yash Johar. The film stars Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Hrithik Roshan and Kareena Kapoor in leading roles, with Rani Mukerji appearing in an extended special appearance; the music was composed by Jatin Lalit, Sandesh Shandilya and Aadesh Shrivastava, with lyrics penned by Sameer and Anil Pandey. The background score was composed by Babloo Chakravarty; the film tells the story of an Indian family, which faces troubles and misunderstandings over their adopted son's marriage to a girl belonging to a lower socio-economic group than them. Development of the film began in 1998, soon after the release of Johar's debut film Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. Principal photography continued in London and Egypt. Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... was promoted with the tag-line "It's All About Loving Your Parents". Scheduled to release during the Diwali festivities of 2001, the film released in India, United Kingdom and North America on 14 December 2001.
In 2003, it became the first Indian film to be given a theatrical release in Germany. Upon release, the film met with mixed reviews from film critics and received polarising reactions to Karan Johar's "larger-than-life" directorial style, with some seeing it as an "oddly hollow film". Made on a budget of ₹400 million, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... emerged as a major commercial success, both domestically and internationally, with a lifetime gross of ₹1.36 billion at the worldwide box office. Outside India, the film was the highest-grossing Indian film until its record was broken by Johar's next directorial, Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna. Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... won several awards at popular award ceremonies the following year, including five Filmfare Awards. Yashvardhan "Yash" Raichand is a rich business tycoon, living in Delhi with his wife Nandini and two sons Rahul and Rohan. Rahul was adopted by Yash and Nandini at birth; this is known to everyone except Rohan. The Raichand household is patriarchal and follows traditions.
While grown-up, Rahul comes across the vivacious Anjali Sharma, they fall in love, but their love is forbidden because Anjali is from a low-income background. Yash and Nandini soon send Rohan to a boarding school, which all the males in their family have attended. Yash announces his desire for Rahul to marry Naina, as he believes that parents have the right to choose their offspring's spouse, but Naina learns that Rahul is in love with Anjali, encourages him to pursue her; when Yash comes to know of this, he is enraged, Rahul promises not to marry Anjali, as he wants to please his father. En route to tell her of his promise, he discovers that her father has died, decides to marry her despite his father's hostility. Yash learns of the marriage and disowns Rahul, whereupon Nandini and Rahul share a tearful goodbye. Nandini sends Sayeeda to watch over him. Rahul visits Rohan in the Boarding School and begs of Rohan never to ask where he went or why he left and asks that he take care of Nandini. Ten years Rohan returns home from boarding school and accidentally overhears a conversation from his grandmothers concerning Rahul's adoption and the reason why Rahul left home, whereupon Rohan vows to reunite the family.
He learns that Rahul and her younger sister Pooja moved to London, tells his parents that he wishes to pursue further studies in London. Yash is skeptical at first, but once Rohan emphasizes that he is following the family traditions, his parents agree to let him go. In London and Anjali now have their own son, Krish. Pooja, now a popular fashion-obsessed diva, is a student at King's College London, where Rohan enrolls, he and Pooja meet again and he tells her that he has come to London to bring his brother and sister-in-law back home. Pooja tells Rahul that Rohan is her friend's brother who has nowhere to stay. After some persuasion, Rahul agrees to let Rohan stay as Rohan uses the name'Yash' to hide his real identity. Right before the family attends Krish's school function and Anjali find out his real identity, though they promise to keep quiet. At Krish's school function, Krish leads his class in singing Jana Gana Mana, recites advice which Rohan had given him. Rahul, having given Rohan this advice ten years ago, now realizes.
At this point and Pooja fall in love. Rohan begs Rahul to come home. Pooja convinces Rohan to invite his parents to London; when Yash goes to a store, Anjali stumbles by and Rohan reveals that they have been living in London the whole time. Yash soon learns that his mother had died and that her last wish was for Yash and Rohan to light her funeral pyre together. Therefore, the entire family attends the funeral, Nandini tells Yash that she thought he was wrong for disowning Rahul. Rohan and Pooja convince Rahul to talk to Yash, who apologizes and allows Rahul and Anjali into the house. Rohan and Pooja are married, the family holds a belated celebration of Rahul and Anjali's wedding. Amitabh Bachchan as Yashvardha
Batla House encounter case
Batla House encounter known as Operation Batla House, took place on 19 September 2008, against Indian Mujahideen terrorists in Batla House locality in Jamia Nagar, Delhi, in which two suspected terrorists, Atif Ameen and Mohammad Sajid, were killed while two other suspects, Mohammad Saif and Zeeshan, were arrested, while one accused Ariz Khan managed to escape. Encounter specialist and Delhi Police inspector Mohan Chand Sharma was killed during the incident; the encounter led to arrest of a number of local people, leading to widespread allegations and protests by political parties, civil society groups, activists teachers and students of the Jamia Millia Islamia University. Several political organizations like the Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party demanded a judicial inquiry into the encounter, in the Parliament, as "new versions" of the encounter, started appearing in the newspapers. Subsequently, on the Delhi High Court's directive on 21 May 2009, the National Human Rights Commission in its 22 July report cleared the police of any violations of rights.
Public speculations and debate however continued. The incident took place a week after five serial blasts on 13 September 2008 that hit Delhi in which at least 30 people were killed and over 100 injured; the killing of Atif Amin, the chief bomber of the Indian Mujahideen, had dealt a severe blow to the group, which earlier been blamed for terror attacks between 2007 and 2009, in Delhi, Jaipur and Faizabad, according to investigating agencies. On the two-year anniversary of the encounter a shooting took place at the gates of historic Jama Masjid, Delhi, in which two foreign tourists were injured, apart from that a car bomb with failed timer was found in the vicinity; the police had filed the chargesheet against Shahzad, Ariz Khan, Atif Ameen and Mohammed Sajid on 28 April 2010, accusing them of killing Inspector Sharma on 19 September 2008. On 15 February 2011, Additional Sessions Judge Ajay Kumar Kuhar framed charges against accused Shahzad Ahmed alias Pappu for the offences of murder, attempt to murder, section 333, 353, 186 and 201 of the Indian Penal Code, besides section 27 of the Arms Act for his role in the'encounter'.
The case was referred to T D Dogra of AIIMS New Delhi for expert opinion, subsequently he appeared in court of law as an expert witness, he had explained the event through animation. On 25 Jul 2013, the Saket sessions court in its judgement convicted one of the suspects, Shahzad Ahmad, for murder of police inspector Mohan Chand Sharma and attempted murder of Head Constables Balwant Singh and Rajbir Singh; the court found Ahmad guilty of obstructing and assaulting public servants, grievously injuring the police officers to deter them from performing their duty. After the verdict, Shahzad's defense counsel Satish Tamta said that the court had proposed its own theory while arriving at the conclusion that Shahzad had escaped after shooting at police officers. On 28 August, the Chief of Indian Mujahideen was arrested from India-Nepal Border. Yasin had fled the Batla House, minutes before the encounter took place; the encounter took place only after seven member police Delhi Police team led by Mohan Chand Sharma Inspector in the Special Cell of Delhi police, stumbled upon IM commander Atif Amin and his comrades in their rented address at L-18, Batla House in the morning of 19 September 2008.
The team had received specific information that a suspected person wanted in connection with the serial bomb blasts in Delhi was hiding in a flat in Batla House area of Jamia Nagar. Upon reaching the four-storied house the police's attempt to storm the flat on the second floor at around 10 30 AM led to a heavy exchange of fire. Sharma received the first burst of fire from the terrorists holed up inside. After the ensuing exchange of fire two suspected terrorist, Atif Amin and Mohammad Sajid were killed, two other suspects Mohammad Saif and Zeeshan were arrested, while one managed to escape. Two Delhi police personnel were injured, among which, Sharma who led the operation succumbed to the injuries; the intelligence team said that the arrested had links with Dubai and further questioned if they had any link with Dawood Ibrahim. It is now learnt that Mohammad Sajid was not killed and he surfaced in Syria as an ISIS recruiter. After the incident accusations were raised against the Delhi Police by various politicians and civil society outfits of carrying out a fake encounter.
Upon the plea filed by an NGO, "Act Now For Harmony and Democracy", the Delhi High Court on 21 May 2009 asked the National Human Rights Commission to enquire into the police version of the encounter, submit its report in complete within two months. Subsequently, on 22 July, NHRC after its investigations, in 30-page report submitted its report which gave a clean chit to Delhi Police in the case; the inquiry ruled out the conspiracy theory suggestion that it was "inter-departmental rivalry" which might have led to the death of Inspector M C Sharma on the basis of postmortem report that he had a gunshot wound on the "hypochondriac region of the abdomen", which ruled out an attack from behind. In August 2009, the Delhi high court accepted the findings of NHRC and declined to institute a judicial probe. Sharma was a much decorated police officer and had won seven gallantry medals including the President of India's Medal in 2009, he was posthumously awarded India's highest peacetime military decoration the Ashoka Chakra on 26 January 2009.
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Nimrat Kaur is an Indian actress. She went on to act in theater. After brief appearances in a few films, Kaur starred in Anurag Kashyap's production Peddlers, screened at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival, she followed it with her breakthrough role in The Lunchbox, a critically acclaimed drama co-starring Irrfan Khan, screened at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. In 2015, Kaur played the recurring role of Inter-Services Intelligence agent Tasneem Qureshi in the fourth season of the American television series Homeland, she costarred with Akshay Kumar in the war thriller Airlift. In 2016, Kaur began portraying Rebecca Yedlin in the second season of the American television series Wayward Pines. Kaur was born into a Sikh family in Rajasthan, her father was an Indian Army officer, she has a younger sister, a psychiatrist based in Bangalore. Her family lived in Patiala, she studied at Yadavindra Public School, Patiala. In 1994, her father was killed by Kashmiri Terrorists. Thereafter, her family moved to Delhi-suburb, where she grew up and attended Delhi Public School, Noida.
She studied at Shri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi University and obtained a B. A. in economics 2003 followed by an M. B. A in 2004, began work for various real estate development corporations and civil contracting conglomerates in Gurgaon, Haryana. After her studies, Kaur worked as a print model, she began working as a theater actress appearing in plays such as Baghdad Wedding, All About Women and Red Sparrow, working with directors like Sunil Shanbag and Manav Kaul. Kaur was launched in a two-part music video for the songs "Tera Mera Pyar" by Kumar Sanu and "Yeh Kya Hua" by Shreya Ghoshal in 2004; the videos were directed by writer-editor Apurva Asrani. She did TV advertisements. Kaur made her film debut with a small role in an English film, One Night with the King, shot in Rajasthan, her Hindi film debut came with Peddlers in 2012. The film was screened at Cannes Film Festival to good reviews. Kaur came to public attention. Kaur attended the Cannes festival for the second time for the epistolary romantic film The Lunchbox.
The film was critically acclaimed. Kaur received rave reviews for her portrayal of a lonely wife who begins a friendship with a man through letters. Raja Sen of Rediff.com said of Kaur's performance: "It is a disarmingly natural performance, impossible to forget and difficult to analyse, in this limited space one may express admiration." Jay Weissberg of Variety called her a "radiant presence" and Pratim D. Gupta of The Telegraph said that "Nimrat strips off all the sentimentality to attach dignity and grace to the character; this one’s a sparkling debut."In 2014, Kaur appeared in a supporting role in the fourth season of the American TV series Homeland. The same year she committed to star with Rajkummar Rao in an untitled psychological drama to be directed by Saurabh Shukla. In 2016, she acted alongside Akshay Kumar. Based on the civil operation of evacuation of Indians based in Kuwait during the Iraq-Kuwait war, the film was released on 22 January to positive reviews. Rajeev Masand in his review wrote: "For the most part, the film feels authentic, Nimrat Kaur blends right in.
Just a wee bit awkward in the early scenes, she comes into her own by the time she must deliver a scathing monologue during a crisis of faith over her husband’s actions." The film was a financial success. Kaur began portraying Rebecca Yedlin in the second season of the American television series Wayward Pines in 2016. Nimrat Kaur on IMDb Nimrat Kaur at Bollywood Hungama
D-Day (2013 film)
D-Day is a 2013 Indian action spy thriller film co-produced by DAR motion pictures and Emmay Entertainment Private Limited. The movie is directed by Nikhil Advani and stars Arjun Rampal, Huma Qureshi, Irrfan Khan, Shruti Haasan and Rishi Kapoor in prominent roles; the film was released on 19 July 2013 to positive reception. Agent Wali Khan, appointed by the Chief of Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing, Ashwini Rao, has been on a mission for nine years to keep an eye out for the activities of India's most wanted D-Company leader, Goldman while working as a local barber as a cover. One day he notices Goldman talking about his son's wedding cards to people in the mosque where he prays and comes to know that his son is getting married and Goldman is breaking his security protocol to attend that; the same is confirmed by an ISI operative who works part-time as Goldman's bodyguard and is a neighbor and friend of Wali though he doesn't know the truth about Wali's connections to Indian Intelligence.
Sensing a chance to nab Goldman alive, he informs Ashwini about the same who assembles a team - Ex-Indian Army officer and mercenary, Rudra Pratap Singh, RAW's explosives expert, Zoya Rehman, Aslam, a Mumbai thief and a murderer, given a chance at freedom by participating in this mission. On the day of the wedding, Wali sees his wife and son off at the airport, as they are to fly to London. Wali goes home and stages his family's death in the hopes that the ISI will not put them in harm's way and he can join them after the mission is accomplished. However, all flights to Europe are cancelled, stranding Wali's son at the airport; when Wali's wife calls up Wali his phone is switched off and she learns her house is on fire. Disturbed and upset about not being able to locate Wali, she informs the airport security about the same; the airport security personnel runs a check to see and discovers that three bodies have been recovered. Suspicious at the coverup he summons the ISI; the ISI, while questioning Zoya and her son Kabir, notices Kabir holding pencils that belong to the same hotel where Goldman's son is about to get married.
When asked Kabir informs. Realizing that Wali is an operative out to get Goldman, ISI alerts their counterparts at the wedding; as a result, Rudra and Aslam's plan to capture Goldman is in jeopardy. Goldman escapes unscathed and the four agents have to go into hiding. Embarrassed at the failure of their operation, the Indian government disavows the four agents. Aslam is captured and tortured by Goldman's nephew when he tries to escape through the Karachi docks, he is rescued by Rudra, trying to take revenge on Goldman's nephew for murdering Rudra's lover, Suraiya, a Pakistani prostitute. Upon hearing that Wali's wife has died and that his son is in ISI custody, the four agents decide to find a way to complete their mission, despite the government having abandoned them; the ISI decides that Goldman is too much of a liability to continue protecting further, so they decide to kill him. Before they can, the four RAW agents take Goldman hostage. Wali notifies Ashwini. Goldman taunts Wali by telling him that his wife and son are still alive, that he can arrange their reunion.
Wali is torn between accepting Goldman's help and completing his mission, to the point where he shoots Rudra to take control of the group. Ashwini asks them to be at Checkpost 35 before 6a.m. At the same time, Wali arranges a meeting with ISI, proposing an exchange of Goldman for his wife and child. After tying Rudra up and disarming Zoya, Wali leaves with Goldman. Zoya frees Rudra and they follow Wali. Wali drives to Checkpost 40 but is shot dead by Pakistani forces, unbeknownst to Wali, have poisoned and killed his wife and son; as Wali's car is examined, it is revealed that Wali did not bring Goldman with him. Through flashbacks, it is revealed that this was a plan hatched by Wali and Rudra in order to get Goldman to cooperate and give Rudra and Zoya time to get Goldman across the border to India; the Pakistani forces give Rudra and Zoya chase and miss them before they bring Goldman over the border, where Ashwini is waiting. Once across, Goldman taunts them by saying how nothing has changed in India and he will be released soon and is able to continue his criminal activities.
Rudra shoots Goldman in the head, indicating that he is the face of the "New India." Arjun Rampal as Rudra Pratap Singh, A suspended army officer, working as a mercenary Huma Qureshi as Zoya Rehman, Explosive Expert Shruti Haasan as Suraiya, A Pakistani Prostitute Irrfan Khan as RAW Agent Wali Khan Rishi Kapoor as Iqbal Seth Aka Goldman Nassar as Chief of RAW Ashwini Rao Sandeep Kulkarni as Anup Mishra KK Raina as Gen. Raza Chandan Roy Sanyal as Goldman's nephew Aakash Dahiya as Aslam Shriswara as Nafisa, Wali Khan's wife Dwij Handa as Kabir, Wali Khan's son Imran Hasnee as Saleem Pathan Nissar Khan as Niyaaz Ahmed Chetan Motiwala in special appearance as guest in wedding Anil Maggu as Pakistani politician Kanika Dang as Fatima Karan as Goldman's son Rashmi as Goldman's son's bride Rajpal Yadav as Sufi singer in a friendly appearance Jehangir Karkaria as father-in-law Manish Khanna as Sharyar Bhatti Ashwini Dhar as Khurram Mirza Praveena Deshpande as Sumitra, Ashwini Rao's wife Niranjan Iyengar as Mosque care-taker Savi Siddhu as K.
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Kangana Ranaut is an Indian actress and director who works in Hindi films. One of the highest-paid actresses in the country, she is the recipient of several awards, including three National Film Awards and four Filmfare Awards. Ranaut has featured five times in Forbes India's Celebrity 100 list. Born in Bhambla, a small town in Himachal Pradesh, Ranaut aspired to become a doctor at the insistence of her parents. Determined to build her own career path, she relocated to Delhi at age sixteen, where she became a model. After training under the theatre director Arvind Gaur, Ranaut made her feature film debut in the 2006 thriller Gangster, for which she was awarded the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut, she received praise for portraying intense characters in the dramas Woh Lamhe, Life in a... Metro and Fashion. For the last of these, she won the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress. Ranaut featured in the commercially successful films Raaz: The Mystery Continues and Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai, though she was criticised for being typecast in neurotic roles.
A comic role opposite R. Madhavan in the 2011 box office hit Tanu Weds Manu was well-received, though this was followed by a series of brief, glamorous roles in films that failed to propel her career forward; this changed in 2013 when she played a mutant opposite Hrithik Roshan in the science fiction film Krrish 3, one of the highest-grossing Indian films. Ranaut went on to win two consecutive National Film Awards for Best Actress for playing a naive woman in the comedy-drama Queen and a dual role in the comedy sequel Tanu Weds Manu: Returns, which ranks as the most successful Hindi film featuring a female protagonist. Following a series of commercial failures, she co-directed and played the titular role in the biopic Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi. Ranaut is credited in the media as one of the most fashionable celebrities in the country, she has launched her own clothing lines for the brand Vero Moda, her reputation for expressing her honest opinions in public and her troubled personal and professional relationships have sparked controversy.
Ranaut was born on 23 March 1987 at Bhambla, a small town in the Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh, into a Rajput family. Her mother, Asha Ranaut, is a school teacher, her father, Amardeep Ranaut, is a businessman, she has an elder sister, who as of 2014 works as her manager and a younger brother, Akshat. Her great-grandfather, Sarju Singh Ranaut, was a Member of the Legislative Assembly and her grandfather was an officer for the Indian Administrative Service, she grew up in a joint family at their ancestral haveli in Bhambla, described her childhood as "simple and happy". According to Ranaut, she was "stubborn and rebellious" while growing up: "If my father would gift my brother a plastic gun and get a doll for me, I would not accept that. I questioned the discrimination." She did not subscribe to the stereotypes that were expected of her and experimented with fashion from a young age pairing up accessories and clothes that would seem "bizarre" to her neighbours. Ranaut was educated at the DAV School in Chandigarh, where she pursued science as her core subject, remarking that she was "very studious" and "always paranoid about results".
She intended to become a doctor on the insistence of her parents. However, a failed unit test in chemistry during her twelfth grade led Ranaut to reconsider her career prospects and despite preparing for the All India Pre Medical Test, she did not turn up for the exam. Determined to find her "space and freedom", she relocated to Delhi at the age of sixteen, her decision not to pursue medicine led to constant feuding with her parents and her father refused to sponsor a pursuit he considered to be aimless. In Delhi, Ranaut was unsure, she took on a few modelling assignments, but disliked the career as she found "no scope for creativity". Ranaut decided to shift focus towards acting and joined the Asmita Theatre Group, where she trained under the theatre director Arvind Gaur, she participated in Gaur's theatre workshop at the India Habitat Centre, acting in several of his plays, including the Girish Karnad-scripted Taledanda. During a performance, when one of the male actors went missing, Ranaut played his part along with her original role of a woman.
A positive reaction from the audience prompted her to relocate to Mumbai to pursue a career in film and she enrolled herself for a four-month acting course in Asha Chandra's drama school. Ranaut struggled with her meager earnings during this period, eating only "bread and aachar". Refusing her father's financial assistance led to a rift in their relationship which she regretted, her relatives were unhappy with her decision to enter the film-making industry, they did not correspond with her for several years. She reconciled with them after the release of Life in a... Metro in 2007. In 2004, the producers Ramesh Sharma and Pahlaj Nilani announced that Ranaut would make her film debut with the Deepak Shivdasani-directed I Love You Boss; the following year, an agent took her to the office of the producer Mahesh Bhatt, where she interacted with the director Anurag Basu and auditioned for the lead role in the romantic thriller Gangster. Bhatt felt that she signed Chitrangada Singh instead. However, Singh was unavailable to do the film and Ranaut was contracted as a replacement for Gangster, opting out of I Love You Boss.
She was cast in the central role of Simran, an alcoholic woman caught in a romantic triangle be
Batla House is an upcoming Indian action thriller film based on the Batla House encounter case that took place on 19 September 2008. The film is directed by starring John Abraham and Mrunal Thakur in the lead role; the film is set to release on 15 August 2019. John Abraham as DCP Sanjeev Kumar Yadav Mrunal Thakur Ravi Kishan as KK Manish Chaudhari as Commissioner Jaivir Prakash Raj as Mohan Kumar Sonam Arora as KK's Wife Nora Fatehi as an item number Sahidur Rahaman as Dilshad Ahmed Kranti Prakash Jha as Adil Ameen Alok Pandey as Tufail Faizan Khan as Mohammad Javed Niranjan Jadhao as Sadiq Chirag Katrecha as Zia Yathaarth kansal as Arif Ravi Kishan joined the film cast of Batla House. Nora Fatehi joined the cast in November 2018; the work on the film was completed in second week of February 2019. Batla House on IMDb
Delhi Safari is a 2012 Indian bilingual stereoscopic 3D computer-animated comedy feature film directed by Nikkhil Advani. It has been produced by Krayon Pictures; the film is based on a story and concept by Advani and features the voices of Akshaye Khanna, Sunil Shetty, Boman Irani, Urmila Matondkar. The screenplay of the film is written by Suresh Nair; the film traces the journey of birds from Mumbai to Delhi. The music of the film is composed by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, it is India's first stereoscopic 3D animation feature film. The film released in India on 17 October 2012. Delhi Safari has been granted exemption from entertainment tax in the states of Maharashtra and Delhi. At the 60th National Film Awards, it won the National Film Award for Best Animated Film; the English version of the film has voices by Tom Kenny, Jason Alexander, Cary Elwes, Tara Strong, Christopher Lloyd, Jane Lynch, Vanessa Williams and Brad Garrett. The international sales of the film is being handled by Fantastic Films International.
The film was released in the United States on 7 December 2012. Delhi Safari received a 15 % score on a 35/100 in Metacritic. Delhi Safari is the story of a journey undertaken by a leopard cub, his mother, a monkey, a bear and a parrot when the forest they live in is on the verge of destruction. Builders have encroached upon their forest and the animals decide to go to Delhi and protest in front of the parliament and ask the parliament some simple yet pertinent questions they were thinking of– why has man become the most dangerous animal? Doesn't man understand that if the forests and the animals don't co-exist with humans, the balance of the ecosystem will be endangered? The film starts with Yuvraj saying that he lost his father, Sultan in the morning, but doesn't want to lose his home at any cost; the film carries a flashback of the morning with Yuvi and Sultan playing in the forest and Sultan teaching self-defence to Yuvi while his mother, Begum enters. The two mock her for her too much caring attitude towards son that gets Begum angry and she goes.
Soon, Begum forgives Yuvraj. However, while coming back, a whole pack of bulldozers come from nowhere and proceed to demolish the surrounding jungle. Begum manages to escape; the two try to protest bulldozers but land at a site in the forest where they see all the trees missing. In a bid to save Yuvi, Sultan tosses him to Begum. However, he himself is killed by a human wielding a shotgun, making the whole forest a large enemy of the humans. A talk happens with attendants of all the animals in the area. Many believe. A white bird a pigeon, Hawa Hawaai pipes up, saying he knows someone who knows both animal and human languages. Yuvi meets the white bird the next day, asks, the one he said about; the white bird says the animal he spoke of is Alex, a parrot who lives with a director, Vikram Khosla. Bajrangi, his "army" of two monkeys, Hawa Hawaai and Yuvi go and kidnap the parrot and convince him to go to Delhi with them to talk to the parliament and save their land. Refusing, Alex agrees to go to Delhi.
Begum, Bagga and his army board a train to Delhi from Mumbai. After some time Yuvi joins them and Alex refuses to continue until Bajrangi drops his weapons,which he reluctantly does after Bagga hangs him upside down, they reach Gujarat with guidance of road from Raju, a bat. In Gujarat they meet a couple who give them shelter in their homes. One of the flamingos advises them not to cross the banyan tree to avoid the wolf Kaalia and his gang, but Bajrangi goes there and ties Alex using a rope for Kaalia to kill him so that no one can doubt him. Yuvi spots Bajrangi and confronts him but they are spotted by Kaalia. Begum arrives in time to save them. After this incident Alex pretends to have lost his voice; the animals consult a doctor Jadibuti Baba a turtle who prescribes some ayurvedic medicines of sandalwood, guava to recover Alex's voice, claiming that he has hypertension and high blood pressure. Bajrangi wholeheartedly does the hard work, sometimes himself getting injured. One day he gets to know that Alex was just pretending and chases him leading himself to inadvertently hit a beehive.
All the animals run with bees chasing them. A thrilling experience of trains follows after which Bajrangi tells Alex how guilty he feels of thinking to kill him. Alex realizes how selfish he was and decides to help animals to help them to justice. Begum tells that no one is going to Delhi after listening to a tiger's story of how he only survived death at a human's hands by being a coward and forsaking his old ways, they reach Delhi and tell their message through Alex to the Prime Minister of the country that they want peace between humans and animals and how this young little cub Yuvi inspired all of them to go to Delhi despite all the incidents. In the last scene, it is shown the jungle is saved courtesy of a shared land act