Ab Tak Chhappan
Sadhu Agashe, a police officer in Mumbai, makes a name for himself by killing criminals in sting operations instead of locking them up in prison. The film follows his method of working, gives an insight into the Mumbai Police Crime Branch, and Agashe's alleged connection with the underworld.
- Stars:Nana Patekar, Yashpal Sharma, Prasad Purandhare, Nakul Vaid, Kunal Vijaykar, Jeeva, Revathy, Mohan Agashe, Hrishitaa Bhatt, Dibyendu Bhattacharya, Megan Cocks, Helen, Anant Jog, Ravi Kale, Parvez Khan,
- Director:Shimit Amin,
- Writer:Sandeep Srivastava (dialogue), Sandeep Srivastava (screenplay)
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Ab Tak Chhappan torrent reviews
(it) wrote: The movie info here is inaccurate, but even so, this tried to have a point, but didn't and was dull as well as not very well acted.
(ag) wrote: OMG, this movie is horrible, but it's great to make fun of!
(us) wrote: love this movie since i was so little
(jp) wrote: Amazing story to go along with action, adventure, hero's, villains, and dragons. Great plot and an exciting twist has you captivated through the whole movie.
(gb) wrote: Lesser Woody seems to be trying to evoke Pandora's Box but while it's filled with gifted performers they are the wrong ones to fit into the style he is seeking. A miss.
(it) wrote: Paul Verhoeven doesn't return to direct "RoboCop 2," instead it's Irvin Kershner, most famous for directing "The Empire Strikes Back." A lot of the same themes from the first film are present in the second, but this "RoboCop" seems extremely congested with subplots and none are all that satisfying. Weller returns as Alex Murphy/RoboCop and Nancy Allen also returns as his partner Annie Lewis. Not at all worth the time for any of the scenes in the movie, even the few moments Murphy starts to stalk his ex-wife because his memories are flooding back.
(es) wrote: Dreck. Just dreck. Deserves all the hate it gets.
(es) wrote: Horrible subject with penn is top notch psycho mode.
(es) wrote: Looking back, Wes Anderson's 'Rushmore' is full of some kind of youthful exuberance that is lost in his later films. It's not as tightly wound as any other Anderson film (except Bottle Rocket), but that's not a point of detriment. All of the characters are grappling with loss, yet their melancholy is hidden under a thin veneer of dry comedy, delivered perfectly by Schwartzman and Murray. It's a wonderful film that appeals to the eccentric youth in all of us.