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Jannat 2: Max, Sunday, 1 p.m. & 9 p.m.
Jannat 2: Max, Sunday, 1 p.m. & 9 p.m.

Jannat 2

(Max, Sunday, 1 p.m. & 9 p.m.)

The thriller starring Emraan Hashmi and Esha Gupta premieres this Sunday on the small screen. It revolves round a smuggler Sonu Delhi (Emraan Hashmi), who deals in illegal arms. ACP Pratap Raghuvanshi, a sincere cop who has a personal vendetta against the gun nexus, is after Sonu. And then there is the beautiful young doctor Jhanvi (Esha Gupta), with whom Sonu is in love. Their lives cross with unforeseen and far-reaching consequences for the three of them.

Khamoshi: The Musical

(B4U Movies, Tuesday, 7.30 p.m.)

The devout Joseph Braganza (Nana Patekar) and his wife Flavy (Seema Biswas) are deaf and mute. They have a daughter Annie (Manisha Koirala), who, much to their delight, can speak and hear. They also have a son Sam. Sadly, Sam dies in an accident; Joseph is shattered and loses faith in God.

Things get more difficult for Joseph when Annie meets the dashing Raj (Salman Khan) and falls in love with him.

This film is directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali.

Sachaa Jhutha

(Zee Classic, Friday, 7.30 p.m.)

Bhola (Rajesh Khanna), a musician, goes to the city to earn money for his sister Belu’s (Naaz) dowry. Little does Bhola know that he is the mirror image of Ranjit Kumar (Rajesh Khanna), a diamond smuggler. Strange things happen when Ranjit makes use of Bhola to keep the police at bay. This entertainer which also stars Mumtaz and Vinod Khanna, is directed by Manmohan Desai.

Sardari Begum

(Zee Classic, Tuesday, 4.30 p.m.)

The Shyam Benegal-directed drama revolves round Sardari Begum (Kiron Kher), a kotha singer. During a riot, a stray stone kills Sardari Begum. The media has a field day as this incident has religious connotations. Tehzeeb Abbasi (Rajina Raj Bisaria), a young reporter, gets curious when she finds that her father is among Sardari Begum’s mourners. The others in the cast are Amrish Puri, Rajat Kapor and Rajeshwari Sachdev.



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