Aarambham is a 1982 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Joshiy and produced by Thiruppathi Chettiyar. The film had musical score by unusually using four music directors, namely Shyam, A. T. Ummer, KJ Joy and Shankar Ganesh, each of whom directed one song each. Aarambham was released in Onam festival along with Padayottam. Aarambham was the top grosser Malayalam movie in 1982 surpassing Padayottam. Aaramabham was later remade in Hindi by Joshiy himself in 1984 called Dharm Aur Qanoon with an ensemble cast and in Tamil too Ezhuthatha Sattangal. The Tamil version was directed by veteran director K Shankar with Sivaji Ganesan in lead role. Both movies became huge hits in respective markets.
Justice Devarajan (Prem Nazeer) lives in a palatial house with his wife, Sharda (Sreevidya), and a son named Rajan (Sukumaran). Devarajan and Rajan do not get along and as a result, Rajan ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Aarambham torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: amazing filmmaking. The sound design, the story and horror that many ppl in our society just want to go out and kill people -- as the young soldier expresses in this twisty and revealing doc . What would they do if we were not at war?
(au) wrote: This was a really BAD movie, borrowing heavily from others in the genre. However, once I finished laughing at the poor special effects, Styrofoam wreckage and mediocre acting by some of the cast, I kinda got into it. After all, it was filmed on location in Ireland (pretty forested area) with some Irish actors who were pretty good. Still, I missed Mike and the 'bots.
(gb) wrote: Puddle-shallow and vacuous... A myriad of cliches stud this disaster-piece of a movie. I'm very disappointed in Paltrow. Yuck.
(it) wrote: Superb film, powerful writing & performances and hats off to Anurag for the characterization its was really a good film from all corners, wish if the lead (dilip in the film) would have played it a little bettr..... but have to admit the show man was Ransa played by Abhimanyu singh he leaves a impact. K.K was amazing and to Piyush mishra a double thumbs up for a solid performance and great lyrics & music....
(ca) wrote: The worst puppet master in the series but still fun to watch.
(ag) wrote: I find it quite unbelievable that the director of this madness went on to make one of the greatest fantasy movies of all time and wining an Oscar with it. Peter Jackson was bloody insane at he's youth, but he sure made one heck of a movie that I won't be forgetting anytime soon. While I don't think this movie is as good as "Brain Dead" (Or Dead Alive), but this sure entertained me for an hour and 32 minutes and both movies are very different from each other.
(ca) wrote: let me have you??????
(us) wrote: This was ok actually. If you like this sort of crappy, low-budget horror, it's an ok one.
(ca) wrote: It started off good, then got a bit strange
(us) wrote: Ren Clair's A Nous la Libert is a sweet and simply pure slapstick entertainment that works on a lagre scale. The cinematography i amazing, it's a industrial satire with all the amazing machines and all the fuzz of following them. This was five years before Charlie Chaplin's Mordern Times, it deals with the same theme.
(au) wrote: Kate Winslet and Jack Black are charming and their story works well. The side story with Eli Wallach provides some depth and he and his buddies are captivating. Jude Law is charming. The one reason I merely like this movie instead of loving it is Cameron Diaz. She just didn't seem right for the role and didn't bring any depth to it.
(es) wrote: A spectacular and very enjoyable musical comedy. The dance sequences are lovely and Marilyn Monroe and Donald O'Connor just sparkle on-screen. A definite feel-good movie.