Daana Veera Suura Karna

Daana Veera Suura Karna

Abandoned at birth, brave and loyal Karna grows up to acquire skills as a warrior to battle the Pandavas.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1977
  • Language:Telugu
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:hindu mythological,  

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Daana Veera Suura Karna torrent reviews

Jonathan G (mx) wrote: Interesting to hear more facts about Lance's mass deception. Sad to see such the rise and fall of a man. Karma at its finest. Enjoyed the documentary.

shiropetto (kr) wrote: amazing film. good ol' british indi cinema

Barry L (au) wrote: Slob becomes: king, screws it up then finds himself and becomes a hero to all. lots of dumb cliches like spotted dick jokes. yawn!

Robert I (nl) wrote: This felt like a movie someone made using a handful of random action figures found at a garage sale to write about. On one hand the movie's premise is amazing: A planet threatened by a galactic warlord hires a mishmash, ragtag group of mercenaries to protect them... Seven Samurai/Magnificent Seven style! ... But then the movie is really dull... There's very little great character moments, which the film begs for. The film deserves to be much better than it is.

Moore S (ag) wrote: Despite a very powerful theme, Eastwood left the film quite hollow. It lacked focus and concentration on a single aspect.

jacob f (us) wrote: never seen it but love the name

Mithil B (ru) wrote: Just incredible! White Dog may be a little depressing at times but it adopts a miraculous style of film-making making it one of the greatest films I have ever seen. A clean 5/5. Flawless.

Trent H (gb) wrote: Although I didn't feel the plot's outcome was... well... the right fit for the story, Kristen Bell, Martin Starr and Mamie Gummer flex some serious acting muscle. They nailed their roles. (And why hasn't Martin Starr won a major award yet? Seriously folks, this is Haverchuck we're talking about here!) While I was shaking my head near the end of the film, it did move me to a response -- albeit frustration -- evoking emotion, the task of art: to pull us out of the apathetic doldrums of everyday life.Interesting to note that while busheling only 4.4/10 stars on Rotten Tomatoes, it's carrying 3.5/5 stars on NETFLIX.