Ankur Arora Murder Case
Romesh (Arjun Mathur) was a young medical intern who dared to dream. He was in awe of Dr. Asthana (Kay Kay Menon), the Chief of Surgery of the Shekhawat General Hospital. All he wanted to was be like him. He lived in with Riya, his co-intern and the love of his life. However, when an eight year old boy, Ankur dies due to Dr. Asthana's medical negligence, Romesh realises that a good surgeon is not necessarily a good person. Together with Ankur's mother Nandita, Dr Romesh sets out on a turbulent journey to fight for what is right. A fight for justice against his mentor, the hospital and the love of his life
- Stars:Ed Speleers, Will Poulter, Alfie Allen, Sebastian De Souza, Emma Rigby, Tisca Chopra, Paoli Dam, Arjun Mathur, Kay Kay Menon, Vishakha Singh,
- Director:Sohail Tatari,
- Writer:Vikram Bhatt, Shagufta Rafique (dialogue)
A highly reputed doctor makes a small mistake, which costs the life of a kid Ankur Arora. Will he succeed in hiding his mistake or will the mother of the kid get Justice. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ankur Arora Murder Case torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: A morose, contemplative film about sad people.
(fr) wrote: i have no clue y i watched this cause im not even american......
(mx) wrote: Excellent, completely unexpected twist in this French romance-thriller with the plucky Audrey Tautou in one of her first starring roles following Amelie, a casting choice which the film I believe cognizantly used to take clever advantage of our expectations. The less you know beforehand the better - for one thing, DO NOT watch the misleading trailer! - and those who enjoy it the most will have paid attention during the first half.
(gb) wrote: I just don't like the costumes. I was surprised to see Sandra not wear bra in one of the scenes!!!! Haha, she's crazy and she's a good actress!! I like Leung Ka Fai too!!!
(ca) wrote: Great movie, its like Horror- Punk. A sorceror is reborn and begins to kill... people. In between the begining and the end of this movie a great tale unfolds and the brutality never lets up.
(ca) wrote: Sadly, there's a severe lack of dragons in this. Once past that fact, this is a wonderful mix of genres: Fantasy kingdoms & princesses, post-apocalyptic future, material arts choreography, elements of Aladdin and Robin Hood, etc. Headlining: Dolph "He-Man" Lundgren vs Cary-Hiroyuki "Shang Tsung" Tagawa. I can't think of anything that could be more Rob-baity for me. For all those alone an instant positive review. On the negative, it is of course on the cheap side, the action isn't thrilling, and there's not enough cool world building. But, hey, at least they made a movie no one else is making.
(mx) wrote: O like reality film and the truth about hard choices. Even if I cannot justify the behavior of the lead character I can empathize, because I have seen it before. Especially good if you can forget about the production politics and just watch the story unfold.
(nl) wrote: This was a film that I have only seen a handful of times but recently revisited during a Peter Jackson-themed viewing afternoon of movie watching, and I have to say, I loved it all over again from start to finish.This film has a gleeful foot in both horror and comedy, equal parts gruesome and laugh out loud funny, but let's be real, it may be a bit too intense for some parties, so choose your viewing companions wisely.Recommended.
(gb) wrote: i remember when this came out it is still a fave
(es) wrote: "Squirm', Jeff Lieberman's debut feature is a fun, little horror film about a small southern town that is terrorized by aggressive, blood-thirsty worms who've become hostile becomes of downed power lines disrupting them, after a massive storm. Being a film about Killer worms, the story builds very slowly, details about the worms being a real threat to the town are discovered by Geri and her out of town New-Yorker boyfriend, Mick. The film uses this outsider-trope to it's advantage as the two are quite isolated in their discoveries about the worms, mostly because of the town's folks unwillingness to/distrust towards Mick because of he's from the big city. This is a pretty fun little undercurrent of the film-the differences/prejudices which exist between the Southerners and Northerners. This is definitely Lieberman's least interesting film, but being his first, there are still a lot of nice indicators of the director he was capable of becoming, particularly with Blue Sunshine. For once, Lieberman's use of music and sound to instill horror and fear in the image is used to good effect throughout this film, with music often being instrumental in adding to the horror of the imagery. The very beginning of this film is a great example-an opening montage of lightning, strong winds and insects becoming increasingly hostile is a really strong merging of sight and sound. It's not a particularly scary film but considering what it's about, it could be considering how many extreme close-ups of slimey worms exist. I particularly was a fan of the boat sequence and the stuff towards the end where Lieberman shoots some sequences essentially from the worm's POV.
(ru) wrote: The apes are finally taking back over great story love the action make up is getting better lol
(mx) wrote: excellent movie! So funny to watch!
(es) wrote: Super deep. Very sad. I love anything Tennessee Williams.
(ru) wrote: It started slow, and was so mean-spirited for the first hour. The scenes also started to feel really plodding and repetitive by the end, with scenes that went nowhere and scenes that were just tired. Most of the tension in the first hour just seemed to come from characters acting totally irrational and obviously ignoring the one thing any sane human being would mention or do. It left the characters looking like lunatics, sociopaths or total idiots. The last half hour had some good laughs and I wanted to love this for Peter Dinklage's sake if nothing else, but there was a lot of bad, sad, boring, and pointedly cruel moments to drag it down. Great cast, good concept, but poor writing and lazy jokes left them with too little to work with.
(au) wrote: As a group of 'weather-underground' extremists long life on the run from the law begins to unfold, we start to hear a collection of mysterious, spaced out and ambiguous stories that are supposed to generate intrigue and interest, but don't do a thing. A slew of A-list actors or previously A-list actors like Robert Redford, Julie Christie, Susan Sarandon, Nick Nolte, Chris Cooper, Terence Howard, Stanley Tucci, Anna Kendrick and Sam Elliott flocked to this film for some reason, but what that was is the biggest mystery of the film. The pacing is droll and slow. That is hands down the biggest problem of the film. I won't even go into the suspension of belief ages of some of the actors. Forty-five minutes into the film and I could care less about any of the over-acting and over-dramatizations. A scene in a truck between Nick Nolte and Redford was reminiscent of a scene from "JFK" as the character begins to remember and tell what they know about the past and it just felt trumped up and overdone. They wanted you to listen and observe with awe, but it just didn't work. That scene is a fair assessment of the entire film. As much as they want you to care, it is just plain hard to. I don't know if its the pacing of the film or the obviously over-zealous attempt to make you care, but regardless, I didn't.
(it) wrote: movie kept me entertained the whole time.
(fr) wrote: Frustrating in that there's a lot of complex issues going on with the characters and the story, but not enough pull to get everything to fall together. This is an excellent basis to have someone do an update with more sophisticated means of storytelling than late 40's Hollywood sidesteps around mental health, bad marriages, rape, and gender roles.