Laila is a happy go-lucky tomboy and works at a VCD shop, owned by Azam. Secretly, both Azam and Laila are in love with each other but both are loathe to be the first to say it. One day, Laila meets Johan, a dashing gentleman who has just had a fight with his very eccentric girlfriend, Mira. Johan happens to see Laila dolled up like a princess. Laila is doing a favour for Kak Bell, and models in her spare time. She is taken aback by this unsolicited attention from this man, and lies about who she really was. Hence, Isabella is born. Then, begins the adventure of Laila Isabella.
Leila Majnun is a well-known Arabian Persian tragedy of love in the vein of Romeo and Juliet with elements of the Arabian One Thousand and One Nights. The plot centres on two lovers – Leila and Majnun – who are denied this love because of social conventions. Majnun is driven to despair and madness because of this loss, thus living up to his name Majnun, which means “madness” in Arabic.
Ranged across several generations, the story begins with a wealthy merchant, Lind, and his wife travelling in the coldest depths of winter to christen their baby daughter. Attacked by wolves, they lose the baby, which is found by the Lapp Jaampa (a dominating performance by Tryggve Larssen) and subsequently raised by a rich reindeer herder,
A love story between an Afghan young man, Qaisy, and a Malaysian medical relief volunteer, Laila. The gist of the story has Qaisy cutting short his studies in Malaysia to return home to look after his little sister when the rest of his family members were killed in the war. There he meets Laila who joins a Malaysian medical relief group to look for adventure.
Winter in Lapland, a settler and his wife just had their newborn daughter baptized. On the way home through the wilderness, they are chased by a pack of wolves. The little baby falls out of the sledge and parents plunges off a cliff.
Laila wakes up in the morning and take a bath. Leena Skoog's debut at seventeen. Directed by Eugen Vöhrmann, owner of the adult cinema Fenix in Stockholm, Sweden.
Bitter hatred had always existed between two Rajput families, namely those of Bharat Singh and Prithviraj Singh, resulting in the death of Bharat's nephew. Years later, Prithviraj's son Dharamraj gets married to Sunaina, who gives birth to a baby boy named Deshraj. On Deshraj's 10th birthday, Prithviraj goes to make peace with Bharat and invites him for a birthday party, which Bharat attends, but there is no end to the animosity - which results in the death of Prithviraj, when his chauffeur, Chandu, is bribed and manipulated by Bharat and his men. (Watch for more)
A story of Lap herders who rescue a baby from a herd of wolves and name her Laila (played by Aino Taube as an adult). The pictorial beauty of the country is complimented by action shots of wolves and reindeer.
Laila Paattinen is a working woman. Tired of low-paying jobs, she completed a five-month course in dry-wall installation. Because she had chosen a non-traditional job for women, she ran into resistance in the marketplace. She finally solved her problems by opening her own dry-wall application business. A useful film for women seeking non-traditional jobs.
Laila, a highly educated girl, grows up in a family that strongly upheld Islam and respected the Minangkabau custom. At 31 years old Laila is still unmarried. The family is worried about Laila's bachelor. Pian, Laila's brother, is urged by his lover to be married soon. Pian can't step over her unmarried sister. Things changed, when a man from France named Liam comes to marry Laila. Liam, who is studying Islam, met Laila on Facebook three years ago. Liam's intention is rejected after a family meeting. Jamil, Laila's uncle asks Pian to help Liam secretly. The situation become complicated when Jamil and Pian learn that the visa deadline for Liam is only 30 days. Plus the arrival of Haris who had just returned from overseas to propose for Laila again.
"At eight o'clock, it's Laila's birthday, okay?" Palestinian judge turned cab driver Abu Laila's wife reminds her husband. But on his young daughter's birthday, like any day, Abu faces a nerve-wracking shift in a Ramallah yellow cab armed only with an ex-jurist's misplaced pride, a father's loyalty, and a sticker reminding passengers that smoking and carrying AK-47s are prohibited. Rather than address politics or document holy war heroics and villainy, Laila's Birthday focuses on the toll that the unending Palestinian-Israeli conflict extracts from civilians clinging to both employment and a semblance of normal life amidst chaos and corruption, missile attacks and bursts of gunfire.
Kaish Amari comes from a wealthy arab family. At the tender age of six he is sent to school and gets friendly with a young girl named Laila.
Musical historical drama from P.S. Ramakrishna Rao
In this tough and tender punk-rock romance, Noa and Orr have just one more night to spend together in Tel Aviv before Orr leaves for Berlin. But, as is so often the case, the passions and ideals of youth may be imperilled by adulthood's tough emotional truths and knotty ethical dilemmas.
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It's Noa and Orr's last night together in Tel Aviv, before Orr leaves for Berlin. At a punk rock show, Orr jumps to the help of a friend and both she and Noa get arrested. In the police station, Noa must make a final decision about their relationship.
Directed by Bahiga Hafiz.
Wealthy industrialist Amrish Rai and his wife welcome their U.S. returned son, Vikram alias Vicky back to India. They would like him to get married to a beautiful young woman named Nisha, but Vicky is interested in another young woman, whose name is Annie, and is the daughter of an employee of Rai Industries named David.
Alif Laila is a TV series based on the stories from The Arabian Nights. It was produced by Sagar Films. It was made in two seasons. The first season was aired on DD National and the second SAB TV. Later, it was also aired on ARY Digital, BTV, and ETV. The Series starts right from the very beginning when Scheherazade starts telling stories to Shahryar. Alif Laila contains both the well-known and the lesser-known stories from One Thousand and One Nights which are mentioned here. Actual word is "Alf Laila" meaning thousand nights.