Chhalia

Chhalia

The tragic-comic story of Chhalia, a naive, simple-minded young man who comes to the city and witnesses the harsh side of life; and falls in love with a young woman named Shanti, only to find out that she is married but separated from her husband, Kewal, and adopted son, Anwar. He puts all he can in an effort to locate Kewal and re-unite the family.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:112 minutes
  • Release:1960
  • Language:Hindi
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:bandit,  

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Will L (br) wrote: One of the most refreshingly original horror films to date. Fantastic, groundbreaking effects, clever subversion of genre tropes, and a darkly comic atmosphere have made 'The Howling' a horror favorite that never loses its bite.

Bruce F (ag) wrote: If you aren't a fan of the films, then... this isn't a movie that you will enjoy. The action scenes are fun and the music is enjoyable. To me, this isn't a movie meant for every single person... this is a movie for fans of the franchise. And unlike an Uwe Bole film adaption, I do feel there is a genuine feel of effort on the part of the cast and crew to make something fun for the fanbase.

Rod T (de) wrote: Zift (directed by Javor Gardev, 2008) begins with a telling of an urban legend / moral tail of the revenge of a wronged husband and 'waist'-material. As is its patch-work nature, we are not introduce to the teller of this tail until the end of the movie. Zift is as dark as its Bulgarian name sake (translations include "tar" and "black-top"). However dark, an uber-ironic sense of humor and fast paced style, that stands up well when compared to a movie like Go, make Zift on beyond watchable. It is tempting to classify Zift as Bulgarian new-wave, but that would imply a knowledge of Bulgarian classic film genre which I do not have. By the end of movie I did come away a the sense that I was giving a manic look into Belgian culture, a view into a cold-war area society, and a taste of zift. The best thing I can say about Zift is that I sincerely hope Mr. Gardev has more of this kind of thing up his sleeve and will share it soon.

Private U (fr) wrote: dont care either way

Brent O (ag) wrote: Somehow this is actually worse than Pulse 3. An amazing feat.

Asia B (us) wrote: Christopher Doyle did a great job. Again.

Timothy S (es) wrote: There may indeed be another story to tell about the Blair Witch, but "Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2" is not it. This will go down in history as one of the worst sequels ever, a follow-up that no one asked for and only exists to cash in on the wildly successful original. But while that remains one of the most original and scariest horror films of all time, this is conventional in every way. There's great evidence of tampering by the studio to make this more commercial, but all they've succeeded in doing is making an incoherent mess of a movie that is so bad it tarnishes the reputation of the first film. There's absolutely nothing even remotely scary about this film, as the most it can muster are a lot of shocking images that turn out to be hallucinations anyway. Gone is the imagination and suggestiveness that made the original so special. Instead, it's replaced by a lot of ridiculous and unnecessary gore that doesn't even make sense within the context of the film. The sequel sets up an intriguing premise that is founded on the basis that the first movie was just that; a movie. What would happen if fans of that movie try to prove its authenticity? But that premise is forgotten about after the first twenty minutes and what follows is an excruciatingly boring and talky film with only the most threadbare connection to its predecessor. And as perhaps a sign of the studio's desperation, the title is completely meaningless. There is no "Book of Shadows" in "Blair Witch 2", as well as no scares, logic or a coherent story. This may very well be the worst film of the year.

Rodrigo B (ru) wrote: i never watch this except ein this week y laugh a lot is very funny

Shawn E (de) wrote: Best concert film of all time. Nothing beats the Talking Heads live at their musical and artistic peak

John Y (gb) wrote: John Wayne in London... the limeys are toast.

Leandro S (it) wrote: poetry of Wim Wenders.

Sanchayan S (it) wrote: Beautifully presented , excellent cinematography but above all a deep story involving a lot of emotions of different aspects of life

Paul D (fr) wrote: The hand-held video style is initially annoying, but as the subject matter is interesting it get less so as the movie progresses.

Jeremy B (es) wrote: I Love this movie. i cry tears of Happiness when i watch Military movies, cause Our Soldiers put their Lives on the line everyday to keep us safe.

Mohammed A (fr) wrote: It's good movie to watch

George W (mx) wrote: Below and beyond belief - yet another cliche riddled popcorn seller.