Balraj Sahani plays a professional Artist with wife Achala Sachdev and son Manoj Kumar caught in the trap of Rehman and Shashikala who for the payment of a large Life insurance policy frame him in the murder of Rehman - who escapes to a world of crime after becoming a dead man for the world.
- Stars:Manoj Kumar, Sadhana, Balraj Sahni, Mehmood, Rehman, Dheeraj Kumar, Shashikala, Aruna Irani, Krishan Dhawan, Asit Sen, Brahm Bhardwaj, Praveen Paul, Mukri, Devyani, Achala Sachdev,
- Director:Shatrujit Paul,
- Writer:Rajinder Singh Bedi (dialogue), Rajinder Singh Bedi (revised screenplay), Z. Hussain (original screenplay), Shatrujit Paul (revised screenplay), Shatr
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(mx) wrote: meh, not bad, but forgettable.
(kr) wrote: What a funny film!! I was doubtful about Adam Goldberg at the beginning, but he really is quite the comic! Julie Delpy was incessantly irritating in this, laid-back in contrast to Goldberg's neurotic Jack.
(de) wrote: Its what Lost in Translation should have been, touching, hilarious, and squirmingly uncomfortable to watch as well
(us) wrote: Awesome documentry with everything it offers to the fans and memories of titanic
(it) wrote: Srk and my beautiful Madhuri but minus point is SRK hairstyle and totally unbelievable story line but heck this is bollywood.major pluses: amrish puri's villainouse comedy ,MUSIC ..mmmm...and madhuri looking like a goddess. dekha tujhe to.....
(ru) wrote: Not a bad comedy, but this film in no way indicates what a great show the spin off TV series would become. Joss Whedon wrote the film's script, though disowned the end result after many changes were made, mostly lightening up his much darker vision, but he brought his vision to television with wild success and ended up making one of the greatest TV series of all time. There are certainly elements in this film that would later be a part of the TV series, but overall this film is a pretty lightweight, slapsticky comedy. Kristi Swanson helps the film a great deal by being incredibly likable as Buffy (not Buffy Summers, since no last name was given in the film). It would be pretty easy for a vapid valley girl to be annoying, but like Alicia Silverstone in "Clueless," Swanson does a fine job of making the audience want to root for this character. But on the downside, most of the characters are paper thin, with no real depth and the comedy is only sporadically funny. The dialogue did not seem nearly as clever as it did in the TV series. It's somewhat unfair to constantly compare this film to the TV series, but it's impossible to separate the two. The film is filled with solid actors (Donald Sutherland, Paul Reubens, Rutger Hauer,, Hilary Swank, David Arquette, Stephen Root, and Candy Clark), though none of them really do much that's of interest outside of an over the top vampire performance by Reubens. In uncredited appearances, Ben Affleck is apparently in the film as "Basketball Player #10" as are Alexis Arquette as Vampire DJ and Seth Green as a Vampire.
(de) wrote: Quite the looking film. Kind of a pre final destinated, goonies mixed with feelings of charlie sheen and boy-girl Wynona Ryder (who looks better with age).