Aaja Nachle

Aaja Nachle

Dia is a divorced mom living in New York and must go back to India after she receives news that her guru is on his death bed. When she arrives she finds he is gone and has left her the responsibility of saving and reviving the Ajanta Theater where she used to dance. The problem is that the political officers want it torn down and turned into a shopping mall. The storyline follows Dia and her challenge to stand up for what she believes in and fight the cause to the end, while trying to win back the love and support of the people of the town whom she walked out on ten years prior.

A New York dance instructor returns to her home village in India after 11 years to find that the arts centre where she learned her craft is to be demolished and replaced with a shopping mall. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mabel M (us) wrote: Waste of time!!!!!!!!!!! The script was badly written, the actors sluggish. The ending seemed like they couldn't do anything else for the movie. Zombeavers was a better thought out movie.

Alexander M (mx) wrote: Atypical of the Sci-Fi channel, this was better than most of the 'original' movies, but it was hardly original. Van Der Beek is a scientist dispatched to a large fresh-water lake to find out why all the fish have disappeared, endangering the fishing companies that rely on the lake for survival. When he finds evidence of a large squid in the lake, predictably no one believes him except one woman who saw the squid kill her father when she was only 7 years old. For some strange reason the gigantic squid has been unseen and leaves no evidence of its existence for over 20 years! Even though squids are nocturnal, you would have expected it to leave some indication that all was not as it seemed beneath the pristine waters of the huge lake. Several mysterious deaths and body parts with suction marks on them mean absolutely nothing to these local folks. Finally, two of Van Der Beek's biggest critics are attacked by the squid and barely escape with their lives and a piece of a tenacle that could serve calamari to hundreds. Now all of a sudden, the stupid scientist knows what he's talking about and everybody is ready to help. The climax is a very bad remake of the squid scene in Walt Disney's "20,000 Leagues under the Sea." There are enough references to Disney's action sequence in "Eye of the Beast" that tells the viewer that it wasn't an accident nor are they trying to do something different than Disney. It's clearly a copy and it was done poorly.

bill s (mx) wrote: They should have looked more closely at Dazed and Confused for guidance in how to do the retro 70's.

Ron N (au) wrote: How many movies do we have to suffer through that depict the alluring free-spirited type of girlfriend pulling the morally gray husband away from the nagging wife? More dumbness.

Brendan N (fr) wrote: Funny how movies you enjoy as kids just don't hold up this day and age. The plot is quite bad and every time you see a ninja you kind of laugh inside The action scenes are quite poorly put together and the acting is bordering terrible. The premise could been quite fun had the filmmakers been less interested in a dead series take. The film is nowhere near a complete mess which is surprising. The ninjas are hilarious at times which makes it a little unwatchable. The film isn't the worst in the series so it gets better marks then the rest

Casey O (ag) wrote: Possibly the greatest documentary ever made, Resnais and Marker utilize the horrifying imagery that makes it presence in all holocaust documentaries but the essay film leanings is what places it far above the rest of them. The narration acknowledges that we will never fully grasp the full horrors of the Holocaust, and instead operates as a warning to the possibility of it happening again. The opposite of "Schindler's List".

DeeDee D (fr) wrote: The 2nd time I rolled on the floor laughing. Gosh this is funny, I missed so much the first time.

Chris D (au) wrote: Hot Fuzz was a very ambitious film with exceptional editing. I was entertain throughout the whole film and as of now it is my favorite police movie I've seen. Such unique humor in this film, I liked how the humor was done a lot through the filmmaking unlike how most films comedy is only based on dialogue. Director, Edgar Wright wasn't lazy for any of this film; he didn't even use the over used Ariel shot to show a character getting to another place instead he did something very unique and funny by showing a bunch of little things such as the taxi, train, sitting, waiting ect... That may sound lame but if you've seen the film you know exactly what I'm talking about.

Gabriel C (mx) wrote: Nowhere near as bad as it could have been, but RV's thin plot and crude humor don't mix well with Robin Williams' comic persona.