Anaarkali of Aarah

Anaarkali of Aarah

Hailing from Aarah in Bihar, Anarkali is an item girl, famous for her vocals, suggestive dance moves and innuendo laden lyrics. She enjoys her stardom and revels in the lusty glances. The singer acknowledges that she is no saint and even makes peace with the hatred she evokes among civilised society but what she refuses to tolerate is being exploited in public by an influential politician.

A village dancer is harassed by a local politician and is ridiculed by the police, but ends up plotting revenge to clear her name. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Minya A (ca) wrote: Jack Andrews is a man down on his luck. Recently widowed and drowning in gambling debts, Jack wants nothing to do with life other than to float by and eventually be buried in the plot beside his deceased wife. That is until Fay Forrester turns up. This young damsel in distress asks Jack to stage her murder in the hopes of getting away from her violent criminal of a boyfriend, Vince. Little does Jack know how close he might come to getting his ultimate wish.Not an altogether boring film, "Kill Me Again" was a good way to pass the time. It was a very typical noir film, with a very typical pseudo-romance, and an even more typical twist. Kilmer shone quite brightly in this film, despite acting alongside fan-favourite Michael Madsen and Kilmer's stunning wife-at-the-time, Joanne Whalley. The subtle and reactive performance given by Kilmer was a breath of life into a character who might otherwise have been lost in the sea of dead-boring characters. Kilmer's talent seems wasted on smaller projects such as this. However, t'was good to see Kilmer and Jon Gries pair up again. Lazlo Hollyfeld and Chris Knight together again!

Ted W (us) wrote: Everything is bad just bad.

jason l (nl) wrote: Can't help but get sick of this movie after the first 30 minutes of scripted melodrama. "This is important! This is dramatic!" Yea, we get it. Just tell the story and stop selling.

Jeff L (fr) wrote: Plain. Not bad but Not excellent at all. Weak characters and too many errors in the story. one star goes to the beauty of big machines.

Matthew C (kr) wrote: While John Woo's action sequences are as stylish as ever and Chow Yun-Fat clearly has fun in the title role, Bulletproof Monk can't be taken as seriously as it takes itself, partly due to the casting of Sean William Scott as the serious lead character.

Owen J (ag) wrote: Karl Pilkington and Warwick Davis were in it on An idiot abroad 3.

Travis S (ru) wrote: This movie was one of the world's first insights to the Alice Cooper Group's crazy stage antics. They did a heavily modified version of Steppenwolf's "Ride with me" during the party scene. Following that they crash their set and Alice tears up a pillow (which he did at all their concerts then) and then the scene ends. This movie is worth owning just for that...and the sex scenes!!

Rhiannon P (ca) wrote: Me and Shirley MacLaine have issues between us, so I would have liked this movie more if she wasn't the lead.

Byron G (de) wrote: One of my personal favorites, a movie I watched 5 times in the theatre and jet li's first lead role in north american cinema. Romeo must die is an action packed thrill ride not worth missing

Dan H (br) wrote: While the few laughs that work work really well, most of this film is embarrassing. Scenes go on for too long as actors clasp for any laugh, TJ Miller's douchebag character is just about completely unlikable, not nearly enough excitement or antics ensue from the inciting incident, Alison Brie is given a thankless role, and it feels like the actors were just given freedom to improvise whatever lines they wanted in the humor scenes. I wouldn't go so far as to say it's a bad film as there are some genuine laughs here, there's just not nearly enough.