Agnivarsha: The Fire and the Rain

Agnivarsha: The Fire and the Rain

The film is Based on an incident from the Mahabharata and also made as a play on a Girish Karnad titled Fire in the Rain. The film features Amitabh Bachchan in a cameo appearance as Lord Indra. Jackie Shroff plays the main lead in the film as Puravasu the head priest, Raveena playing the role of his unfaithful wife in love with Yavakri. Nagarjuna played Yavakri the priest's jealous rival and Prabhudeva as a demon who kills Yavakri. While Milind Soman plays the younger brother of Jackie Shroff as Aravasu, the female lead opposite Milind is played by Sonali Kulkarni.

This is the story of wronged and misunderstood Arvasu (Milind Soman), a brahman by caste, who has become a performing actor. He loves Nittilai (Sonali Kulkarni), who reciprocates his love, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Agnivarsha: The Fire and the Rain torrent reviews

Alan C (it) wrote: Felt like a TV movie but with slightly more gore than you might normally expect to see in a TV movie. Interesting premise (parasite moving between hosts every 6hrs leaving the previous host a bloody mess) but lacked any real feeling of threat.

I dont know w (ru) wrote: This looks like a nice and touching movie.

Mike D (au) wrote: A surprise box office hit in early 2005, 'White Noise' feels more like a suspense-laced drama than a first-rate thriller. Bolstered by a the presence of a proven, veteran actor in Michael Keaton, 'Noise' struggles to figure out exactly what kind of movie it should be, as its focus on electronic voice phenomenon (EVP) gives it the excuse of throwing in a bunch of loud sound effects, but there is a shortage of true scares. As Keaton's character appears to be sincere in his efforts once he stumbles upon the ability to communicate with his recently deceased wife through recording snowy TV static, he is not the most sympathetic character himself, and even his scenes with his young son are a bit wooden. As for other elements of 'Noise,' the limited CGI is pretty laughable, but that's to be expected for a film of this genre and budget. In terms of pacing, it's fine - doesn't drag on and there isn't any one single scene that feels out of place or interrupts the flow, even when there are some more subdued scenes. Although, at times, the movie starts feeling like a full-length version of that scene from 'Poltergeist' when the daughter leans up against the snowy TV. Probably one of the better parts of 'Noise' is the end - which is not as cliched as many similar films are. While 'White Noise' is by no means anywhere near a masterpiece, it is an acceptable thriller that explores a medium that really hasn't been explored previously.

Jamie G (ag) wrote: I actually liked this film despite all the negative reviews, certainly got a chill factor about it

Guido S (kr) wrote: This movie was a bit better than I expected it to be. Ryan Philippe basically is in a reworked version of The Firm, but with a technology company instead of a law firm. He later finds the company is stealing code from programmers around the world and killing them off to cover their tracks. It is pretty ridiculous at that point, then you find out his girlfriend is an ex-con who the company hired to manipulate him. Then he gets a friend in the company to help him, but she is a double-agent and turns on him. Basically, this movie starts off really decent, then there are a bunch of things that happen to just make this really dumb and take a lot of the fun out of it. Despite being dated, the computer stuff isn't as bad as other movies of the time and is at least somewhat a decent representation of what is going on, though it is Hollywoodified. Could have been better if it didn't go off the rails in the third act.

Jacob K (ru) wrote: A not so different love story that uses made up teen terminology throughout with the usual growing close to family, pushing away the popular bad girl ending.

Christopher B (mx) wrote: The reason why I own and cherish 15 albums of Tuvan throatsinging.

James M (au) wrote: Offensive, unfunny, and has the lowest ending possible for a movie to have

Jacquelyn K (ca) wrote: One of the great classics of the 1970s.

Shawn W (ag) wrote: An injured and bed-ridden World War I soldier who cannot speak uses morse code to plead with medical staff to kill him. Interesting plot but more effective when seen as clips in Metallica's "One" video.

michael b (au) wrote: any christopher lee is good

Paul D (de) wrote: An isolated and really well told story where you find yourself right behind Kruger's plight.

Douglas W C (ag) wrote: Pretty Good western but very loosely based on facts.

Joa G (br) wrote: Probably on of the greatest and most well accomplished William A. Wellman's movies I've ever seen. Through the whole movie I was asking myself: how the hell did they do that. Wings stands out for those great shots and direction, and even though fighting sequences can get a little too boring, Clara Bow's smile and terrific performance wakes you up inmediately.

Carlos M (jp) wrote: In spite of its intriguing idea and a good cinematography, this is a safe movie that never goes deep enough into the possibilities of its premise, relying on many coincidences and contrivances, and with an attempt at a "message" in the end that disappoints.

Jose Luis M (fr) wrote: Thriller poco interesante.

Tuffy (mx) wrote: This is one of those hyperlink movies that just didn't work. The plot was interesting because it tackles something that many couples experienced, are experiencing or might experience in the future. However, the dialogues and the scenes weren't strong enough to make a viewer watch the entire film. There are funny parts but when you are about to laugh, it just disappeared.If you are not familiar with the actors and actresses, you might get bored with the first 5 to 10 minutes of the movie.

Sara B (gb) wrote: Well acted and good overall plot though somewhat predictable.

Paul D (es) wrote: There's lots of familiar themes revisited in this 'broken family' drama, although it's a different type of character for Meryl Streep to explore.