After her widower dad, Kedarnath, passes away, Shobha goes to live with his friend, Charandas, and his wife, Shanta, who had their son go missing as a child. Years later Shobha is now matured and Charandas scouts for a suitable groom. A wealthy man, Sunder, would like to marry Shobha, but the family detests him. Then one night Shobha is abducted. The Police are informed but their search is in vain. A few days later they get wind that Shobha may be in Sunder's custody, a search does prove to be in vain. Then Shobha returns home and tells them she was rescued by a wealthy man named Azaad, housed in a mansion, looked after very well, and brought back home all in one piece. They subsequently find out that the wealthy man is none other than a notorious bandit named Azaad. They are even more shocked when Shobha informs them that she wants to get married to Azaad. Will Charandas and Shanta permit her to marry a bandit?
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Anon M (kr) wrote: Very bad. Bad hair, bad acting, bad story. Bad Bad Bad. Don't waste time. Watch Tv and fall asleep much better
Jayden C (jp) wrote: not really interested
Jamie C (br) wrote: You need to be on Shrooms to keep up with what's happening, Boring deaths, Worse acting, By the time you know about the twist at the end you lose interest and just wanting it to end.
Jacob M (ru) wrote: The world of soccer hooligans of Europe shown to the rest of the world. Story driven tale of a man who is trying to find his way in the world and finds a home with a fun new family. Does it have its flaws? yes. But it makes up for them with good acting performances from both Hunnam and Woods.
Eve T (jp) wrote: Very well thought through movie.Somewhat odd.Impressive.
Eli O (jp) wrote: this is a surprisingly good film, it reminds me of the insanity of Werner Herzog documentaries.
Neil K (au) wrote: Mad Magazine + Twilight Zone + German Expressionism + 1950's television + Kafka + Mr. T in a dress = 'Freaked'. What more do you need?
Corey B (ca) wrote: Not as good as the first but still worth watching once. The reason why it isn't as good is because many of the sub characters were missing that were the glue to the series.
Kate L (de) wrote: These seem to keep getting sadder and sadder, but I love them anyway. I'm starting to think that maybe Britain isn't the greatest place after all.
Karlo M (us) wrote: That Obscure Object of Desire is an odd film about the nature of obsession, lust, and sexual power-struggles. On his Paris-bound train, Mathieu recognizes a woman outside his window and pours a bucket of ice water on her. He reassures the passengers on his coach that the woman is an acquaintance; that she had been his former lover and the worst kind of woman. Through a series of flashbacks, he retells his experiences to his attentive audience. Banuel makes the right decision by casting two different actresses for the role of Mathieu's lover (though he admits that it wasn't by design). It is used as a polarizing device in the first half to establish a physical differentiation between the Jekyll and Hyde personas. Later on, as Mathieu becomes more desperate, the division between the two actresses (characters really) becomes blurred. And the audience is thrown into the confusion and chaos that Mathieu is undergoing (a device that fellow surrealist David Lynch would later use in Lost Highway). On top of that, the film is adorned with numerous symbolisms, metaphors, and visual anomalies to provide a surrealistic element in the story (notice Mathieu's brown bag in which he carries his lover's soiled belongings or the ever growing threats of terrorism that subtly lurks in the background). The best thing about Banuel is that he made films that were designed for multiple viewings, That Obscure Object of Desire is one of those films that seem to reveal itself a little bit more each time you see it.
Joseph H (es) wrote: pretty good.I liked it and tara reid.hott!!
Gina C (de) wrote: I've always loved this movie. Yes, its ridiculous. Yes, its totally unrealistic. But it's too funny. I love it even if the critics don't. It wasn't meant to be a spy movie. It's a comedy. Totally worth the watch over and over again.