Mischievous botany professor Parimal Tripathi plays a little trick on his brother-in-law Raghav. Jealous of the high esteem in which his own wife, Sulekha, holds the other man, Parimal decides to impersonate Raghav's new driver. Laying the groundwork for a series of hilarious misunderstandings, the disguised professor throws doubt on his wife's fidelity and gets his best buddy, Sukumar, to help out by impersonating Parimal.
- Stars:Dharmendra, Sharmila Tagore, Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bhaduri, David Abraham, Usha Kiran, Lily Chakravarty, Keshto Mukherjee, Dev Kishan, Om Prakash, Lalita Kumari, Naina Apte, Chaitali, Aarti, Amol Sen,
- Director:Hrishikesh Mukherjee,
- Writer:Upendranath Ganguly (story), D.N. Mukherjee (screenplay), Gulzar (screenplay), Gulzar (dialogue), Mohini N. Sippy (associate screenplay writer)
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Chupke Chupke torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: One of my all time favorite teen slashers, with some supernatural elements in there too. I loved the characters, especially the three leads, Michael Weston, Alexandra Holden, and A.J Buckley, they were all fantastic, and it keeps you guessing until the very end too. Hardcore slasher fanatics must check this one out. I can't praise this film enough, I love it! 5/5
(gb) wrote: DePalma's most well executed tribute to the master of suspense (Alfred Hitchcock), this film features outstanding set pieces, standout performances from Lithgow, Travolta and Franz and maybe the best use of sound design to build tension.
(br) wrote: ? 3/4......?? 1/4?
(it) wrote: Good, not great. Felt a bit rushed. Good performances by Charlie Hunnam and Patrick Wilson, who plays an excellent crazy guy I may add. Terrence Howard was pretty good as well. Liv Tyler just bores me. Every movie she's been in that I've seen just doesn't do it for me besides Lord of the Rings. This could have been better, but its still a good watch.
(fr) wrote: Everyone in my family has different tastes, but we all like this movie.
(es) wrote: It was almost revolutionary that Louis Malle made a film staring two actors playing versions of themselves talking over dinner. What's really amazing is that this film remains interesting. Wallace Shawn and Andre Gregory will be forever chatting in my mind. Simple and yet interestingly complex, this is not a film to be missed.