Bhagwan Shri Bajrangbali has had super-natural powers at a very young age which includes swallowing the sun, lifting mountains, just to name a few. Bajrangbali has always regarded the skies and universe as his playground and could leap and fly around at will. Bajrangbali makes it his duty to serve Bhagwan Shri Ram all days in his life. He will make this comes to light when Ram's wife, Devi Maa Sita, has been kidnapped by Shivbakht Ravan, and is being held captive in far off Lanka.
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Bhagwan Shri Bajrangbali was born in a Vanar family based in Kishigandha. His father was Pawan (God of Wind), and his mother Anjani. He had two brothers, Sugreev and Vali (aka Bali), and a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bajrangbali torrent reviews
(br) wrote: A short, feel good movie. Perfect to lift up your mood after an unsatisfying day. With a simple cast and story line, it does not require much effort to watch and does enough to leave you with a warm fuzzy feeling.
(ag) wrote: King Of The B-Movie Roger Corman Brings Dinoshark, A Badly Scripted, Camp & Cheesey Monster Film Made For The SyFy Channel. Enjoyable TV Movie, From The Creator Of Little Shop Of Horrors, Sharktopus & Piranha.
(it) wrote: The best movie so far by far. Great cast.
(br) wrote: Tommy Lee Jones is excellent as always, but this mystery seems rather lifeless. There's a colorful cast of characters and some great atmosphere from director Bertrand Tavernier, but the film was nowhere as compelling as say "No Country for Old Men" or even "A Time to Kill". It's okay but disappointing considering the folks involved.
(it) wrote: acutually it wasn't that great at all. but it was my life so it was good. it was way too short though. it seemed incomplete. it could have been done better
(mx) wrote: a tad bit intresting
(it) wrote: Deep Impact is the work of someone crass enough, and in some essential way mad enough, to try to turn the apocalypse into a tear-jerker.
(ca) wrote: "How To Be a Player" Had me rolling from beginning till the end.. Bernie Mac was Hilarious.. and the story was cute and thorough. Bill Bellamy and Natalie Desselle "his Nosey sister were good as well. I'm gonna keep this review short. BUT BABY!!! Please don't have any soda or food in your mouth when Bernie Mac Walks in right after his wife was creepin with Belamy and says.." Baby I smell somethin stank.. what is it ? and she proclaims she doesn't know what he is talking about.. so he say's it again. "I SMELL SOMETHIN STANK" by then I was already fallin out. Then he says it smells like BO-D-USSY in here .. You will find out what bodussy is and ROTF... It's always entertaining and good for some good laughs.
(fr) wrote: Not only does Woody Allen deliver a ridiculous all star cast, which includes Kathy Bates, John Cusack, Mia Farrow, Jodie Foster, William H. Macy, John C. Riley, Madonna, John Malkovich, and Donald Pleasence to name a few, he also delivers some of his nicest cinematography.
(ca) wrote: In it's day this film was just fantastic - but unfortunately that score is just insanely bad. If you are looking for a good old fantasy film - see Excalibur from 1981!
(ru) wrote: How it is possible for so many headline actors to conspire to make such a dull film about one of the most crucial battles of WW2 is hard to believe... But they achieved it...
(de) wrote: What I noticed is that every film by Frank Capra is critically acclaimed.
(ca) wrote: Will Smith does a fantastic job of embodying Muhammad Ali, but I can't help but feel that this movie could've hit so much harder. It could've gone deeper into his past and personality and how he came to be such a magnificent fighter, spent less time focusing on Malcolm X (the first 40 minutes of the movie appears to be more about him than Ali) and the Rumble in the Jungle (The last hour of the film is about one anti-climatic fight) and focused more on his return after being banned and defeated by Joe Frazier in the Fight of the Century. They never showed how angry and bitter he must have been after suffering his first loss. They should've also spent more time on the Fight of the Century: they barely glazed over one of the most important sporting events of the last 100 years.
(ru) wrote: OMG What a really bad film
(ca) wrote: There wasn't much of a plot to this, it's basically a half hour of dealing with how Smaug the Dragon dies and then the rest of the movie is a melee of dwarves, elves, people and orcs smashing into each other. On that front there's not much realism. Orcs remind me of foot soldiers in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles or those things made of putty in Power Rangers. They're completely useless at fighting and exist purely as fodder, and yet there's a never-ending supply of them. Thousands are knocked down at a time like skittles but there will soon be a thousand more coming over the hill. It gives the whole thing a sense of exhausting futility. I still like the Middle Earth environment though. And the sense of adventure. It's not bad, it's just not great.