Sur: The Melody of Life (2002)
Tina Marie D’Silva lives a middle-class lifestyle in a small town in India along with her widower dad, and elder sister, Rita, who runs ‘Rita’s Bar’ where Tina also works after returning from college. After working at the bar, she then goes to the local Church to rehearse singing in the Choir. One day renowned singer, Vikramaditya Singh, hears her voice and enrolls her in his prestigious school, where only 20 of 2000 elite and wealthy students are admitted. After a few clashes, Tina manages to amaze everyone with her talents – so much so that she is invited to sing along with Vikramaditya himself. On the day of the recording, Tina fails to appear. An angered Vikramaditya decides to have nothing to do with her. He subsequently changes his mind, goes to visit her, and finds out that she is now a nun. After many attempts he succeeds in convincing her to return to sing with him at his very first live concert to which she agrees.