Abbas Ali (Abhishek Bachchan) lives in Chandni Chowk, New Delhi with his sister Sania (Asin Thottumkal). They are legally fighting for an ancestral property— land case. But the odds turn against them and they lose. Their well wisher, Shastri Chacha, advises and convinces them to migrate to his village Ranakpur where he assures Abbas that he will get him a job at his owner's place. The owner being none other than the powerful Prithviraj Raghuvanshi (Ajay Devgn). Abbas enters Ranakpur village and while saving a child trapped inside a temple, he breaks open the lock of an ancestral temple but fate plays an important twist in Abbas' life as the whole village including Prithviraj's step-brother Vikrant opposes Abbas' actions but Prithviraj arrives and handles the situation.
Danny M (mx) wrote: This is so shit. It is hard to finish it is that bad. It is in no way scary the acting is awful, the movie is slow. It gets a bit better near the end but still an awful horror film
Andrew M (it) wrote: A perfectly serviceable film.
Stacey G (au) wrote: I think this moive is good and provides a lote of truthful info and I never reilized just how many bomes the world has
Ekkehard L (ag) wrote: Well... its a B movie which looks like one. To argument there. But the story keeps you interested especially by the way this story is told. Nothing serious great... just good entertainment when you have a bottle of whiskey and some time on you hand ;-)
Carl L (fr) wrote: Says it all by saying almost nothing at all.
Alana R (es) wrote: in one word...INCREDIBLE. def one of the best movies ive ever seen
Donna G (ag) wrote: Not as good as the original.
Andrew H (de) wrote: What a wonderful, enigmatic film...
max w (kr) wrote: Watched it when I was really little, loved it
Joel A (gb) wrote: A fascinating discovery but after awhile this Documentary fails to grab your attention. Simply the amazing find of French Cave boasting drawings from thousands of years back.Some of the illustrations are extraordinarily detailed for their time & gave some insight to who was around.Three quarters in the Doco really slows down & there is an exceedingly long montage of the drawings that looses impact. It's a unforgettable find but the film itself could have been shorter.