Sugan, depressed after his break up with Priyanka Sharma, goes in search for biriyani with his buddy Parasuram after few drinks. But the search takes a big twist and the real journey of Biriyani begins.
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Milla V (nl) wrote: Hei tama ei ollutkaan sellainen perus voi-kun-olen-herkka-ja-rakastan-mutta-se-sattuu-niin-kivuliaasti-kun-petettiin-toisiamme-mutta-maailma-on-silti-niin-kaunis-ja-suhteet-perseesta-mutta-rakastan-sit-silti-herkasti -suomielokuva. Aika turha patka kuitenkin loppupeleissa.
Keiran M (us) wrote: A must see about the truth and terror that has taken place in Tbet. Why are we scared of China ? Why don't countries stand up and ask the United Nations to move on this ? This movie answers all these questions.
Nancy B (it) wrote: I have no idea why this movie was panned so badly. I probably like fewer movies than anybody in America and I found this movie hysterical. OK, it did not rely on constant use of the "f" word or toilet humor to get laughs, which may have disqualified it for most audiences, but it was extremely witty and occasionally hilarious. There were so many jokes on so many levels. Maybe the critics didn't get half of them? It starts funny and actually gets funnier as it goes along.
Russ R (de) wrote: Critics love it because of its politically correct theme. The audience rates it high because it makes them feel altruistic and enlightened. Actually, it's a real snore.
Matthew D (ca) wrote: A dysfunctional clan as a plot device is nothing new. In fact, it's old. But no dysfunctional family has ever been so thoughtful, so funny and so powerful, as in director Ron Howard's 124-minute masterpiece, Parenthood. The script is laugh-out-loud funny and realistic, and the ensemble cast is one of the best ensemble casts in years. A great, affecting, slightly disturbing film. But then again, so is parenthood.
Michael S (nl) wrote: Made me realize I need to watch way more Lubitsch. This movie was just awesome.
Cha t (mx) wrote: Smalltime lawyer Lemon helps Day sue railroad owner Ernie Kovacs and ends up owning one of his trains. Enjooyable comedy
Matthew I (jp) wrote: After mixed reviews with Alice in Wonderland and Peter Pan, Lady and the Tramp provides Disney with a return to greatness. This film was the most beautifully animated film to date and also provided another classic scene, the Spaghetti Scene. Shooting this film in Widescreen instead of Pan-and-Scan was a very smart decision and made the scenery even more beautiful.