Chup Chup Ke

Chup Chup Ke

A debt-ridden young man Jeetu (Shahid Kapoor) decides to commit suicide to allow his father to collect insurance money. Unfortunately, he is rescued by two fishermen, Gundya (Paresh Rawal) and Bandya (Rajpal Yadav). Gundya owes money to a Gujarati businessman, Prabhat Singh Chauhan (Om Puri) and he hatches a scheme to exchange Jeetu for the money he owes. Jeetu does not want to reveal his impoverished state, and therefore pretends to be mute and deaf. A hilarious sequence of events follows...

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Chup Chup Ke torrent reviews

Arum Padma O (jp) wrote: Is the ending really symbolized something? who cares, really. I enjoy every random encounter that Niko had, funny and refreshing.

Benjamin (nl) wrote: Charcters were unlikeable, But the storyline was decent.. but not the most unoriginal!!

Brandon W (ru) wrote: Batman: Mask of the Phantasm is directed by Eric Radomski and Bruce Timm who were the creators of Batman: The Animated Series, and it stars Kevin Conroy, Mark Hamill, and Dana Delany in an animated superhero film about Batman doing his usual stuff, until his ex-girlfriend comes back to Gotham, and 2 weeks before she was there, a new villain named Phantasm starts killing gang members, leaving people to believe that it was Batman that did it as they both look a little similar. When I first heard of it, it was from a YouTube video where the Joker has his well known laugh, and ever since then, I wanted to watch the movie, but however, it wasn't in a rental store nor the city library. So I got impatient and just buy it on Amazon, and got it about a week later. For their first film that's part of the animated series, I really enjoyed it. The voice acting is fantastic as I really believed that Kevin Conroy is really Batman, and Mark Hamill is Joker. The animation is really impressive as it was just about all of it were hand drawn, and I'm glad they stuck with it as it could've been easier to do it all in computer animation. The story doesn't feel like an extended episode, and you actually don't need to watch the show in order to understand the film as it gives enough information about Batman/Bruce Wayne, and the old villain from the animated series like the Joker. The writing by Alan Burnett, Paul Dini, Martin Pasko, and Michael Reaves is great that it shown something that none of the live-action Batman films haven't done, are what Bruce Wayne's life is like before he became Batman, and actually seeing him do some detective work as none of the film's focused on his actual persona that's similar to the comics. It gives some laughs when it doesn't take it serious from the Joker, but when it gets serious, it does, and it gets suspenseful at times while also giving some fun fights. The only small problem about the film is that even though the kids are going to be shocked on the twist reveal, but for adults, it seem a little obvious on it, which I picked up on it too, even though it's not a bad twist, it's just not a shocking one. While it may not be as entertaining as The Dark Knight Trilogy or Tim Burton's Batman films, I can say that Batman: Mask of the Phantasm is the closest film that we got that shows what Batman actually is like.

Shawn W (de) wrote: Being a pledge at Phi Epsilon Nu means a full week of degradation during Hell Week in order to make new friends. Half good, half bad. The first half of the film which mixes fraternity hazing with the musical talents of Anthrax was enjoyable. Once the horror elements started with a resurrected hazing victim of an accidental acid bath, it got hokey fast.

Mikey M (nl) wrote: Absolutely brilliant

Eric G (ag) wrote: Very well done cinematic. Plot was well done show humanity could work together.

Carlene W (us) wrote: This review by Carlene Williams, student: Whale Rider (DVD)This film titled "Whale Rider' written and directed by Niki Caro is a wonderful and mystical movie. Its rich cultural believes and the breaking down of barriers against female is vividly depicted in this slow moving plot which lead up to the revalations. The young actress Keisha Castle-Hughes was great in her role as Pia. The movie begins with Pia's mother giving birth to her and her twin brother, the mother and male twin died in childbirth, leaving the female child an unlikely heir to the Maori Tribe. Leave behind by her father, she was raise by her loving grandmother and a resentful grandfather. Throughout her childhood in the movie she face many challenges because it was untraditional for a female to lead the Whangara people. Their many beliefs and customs is that they use limited resources and cares for the whales which is believe to carry the spirits of their descendants. The origin of these people are linked to Tahitian and Hawaiian, they migrated in canoes where they predominately spread out in all regions of New Zealand, where the settings of the movie were. As it relates to indigenous sacred ways and globilization, there was a global shift, new societies building up around them and they used modern technology and transportation to communicate cross culturally. I wont give away the ending of the movie, but the last scene with the native men and women adorned in their tradtional costumes, facial tattoes, dancing and singing was uplifting. Pia father did remarried and was expecting a child by a woman not from their culture or race, they excepted her. This is great for family entertainment and also a learning tool, it will empower and inspired females all around the globe.

Michael H (au) wrote: It's hard to tell what might have been without the reportedly significant studio editing and tampering with Peckinpah's movie. It would probably have been better. I doubt that it would have been great. There are some good scenes and good performances but overall teh movie just drags along and then peters out at the end. It may be a fine comentary on the futility of war but it makes for a less than satisfying entertainment.