Sunder Srivastav, a village teacher by career, is a naive, innocent soul. He decides to re-locate to Dubai with the help of his childhood friend, and advances him a large sum of money. He travels to Bombay to fly out to Dubai, but finds that his friend has betrayed him and stolen his money. Alone, lost, and helpless in Bombay, Sunder has nowhere to go, and ends up in a graveyard. He soon comes across Marco alias Amar Kumar, who asks his assistance in apprehending some killers. Sunder agrees to do so. Only then he realizes that the person he has promised to assist has been dead - for over 20 years
Writer:Shaukat Baig (screenplay), Shaukat Baig (story), Lilliput (dialogue), Rajiv Mehra (screenplay)
Sunder Srivastava (Shahrukh Khan) is a young graduate whose main ambition in life is to fulfill his father's dream of starting a school on his half-acre property in his village, though he ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Filip S (au) wrote: This movie is a total mess. Not even a minute passes without grunts, punches or screams. Too much shit crammed into just over an hour of length and most of it is a giant brawl
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Malhar H (de) wrote: Films based on real life incidents have always been my interest, a film about about journalist who has fabricated over a dozen of his writings for 'The New Republic ' which is the only in-flight mag of Air Force One
Naomi B (jp) wrote: Very powerful for Julia Roberts
Gaurav P (kr) wrote: Duvall won an Oscar for this one, and it's still a moving and fascinating flick.
Rodney E (gb) wrote: Saw a 16mm print of this in a class and it was a splendid experience. Like Open City, it is brutal and honest for its time and cements a movement in film history. As real as it is projected, I got a dreamy feeling out of it
jeff c (mx) wrote: we need more free food
Logan M (mx) wrote: The genocides in Rwanda are an often neglected topic of political discussion. This movie depicts what ordinary people will do to protect others.
Maria V (us) wrote: It's hard for me to take seriously any film whose villanous antagonists are "reds" but the period in which the film was made obviously has to be taken into consideration. Surprisingly, the most nuanced performance comes courtesy of Thelma Ritter. Her role is relatively small but extremely memorable.
Bloodmarsh K (gb) wrote: Cliche driven, predictable buddy picture, which could have done without the gay humor. I'm still trying to figure out why I enjoyed it - but I did.
Alex S (mx) wrote: Literally nothing wrong with this hilarious film