Raja lives a poor lifestyle along with his dad, Hazariprasad and mom. He attends college where he has several run-ins with wealthy fellow-collegian, Madhu Mehra. Matters escalate to such an extent that she accuses him of sexually molesting her. When his dad comes to know, he decides to seize this chance to get rich quickly, masquerades as a wealthy businessman, approaches Mr. Mehra, and arranges for their children to get married. Murphy's law prevails at the time of the engagement - changing everyone's lives forever.
- Stars:Aamir Khan, Madhuri Dixit, Saeed Jaffrey, Deven Verma, Anupam Kher, Shammi, Padma Rani, Rajesh Puri, Satyendra Kapoor, Adi Irani, Dinesh Hingoo, Viju Khote, Birbal, Manmauji, Babbanlal Yadav,
- Director:Indra Kumar,
- Writer:Rajeev Kaul (screenplay), Rajeev Kaul (story), Naushir Khatau (story advisor), Kamlesh Pandey (dialogue), Praful Parekh (screenplay), Praful Parekh (s
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(ag) wrote: A great examination of a seemingly positive 50 year marriage. Yet another reason why nobody should be able to marry before 25.
(es) wrote: Between deciding if this is kitsch, camp or simply not futuristic enough, you'll miss an absolutely entertaining film with a truly original point of view on what a children's movie should be. The performances are great and the art direction is delicious even if the special effects aren't good enough for the necessities of the film. The music by Paul Van Dyk is exciting.
(kr) wrote: The world's best mullet. Alot better than it looks as long as you enjoy dumb but funny comedies not made to remember for long. Here's to hoping the sequel is good.
(fr) wrote: My Favorite Science Fiction Film Is 1968's 2001: A Space Odyssey.
(ru) wrote: Midnight Express is a perfect film for people to show humanity in it and it's also a great movie. The movie doesn't hold anything back which I appreciate. I thought the acting is excellent, and it's a bit interesting. I think the only problem I had with this, is that I didn't enjoy it as much as other people do. The movie doen't feel like a stand out film for me as other films pretty much tried to copy this a lot. I still think The Shawshank Redemption is better than this and it's still my favorite movie, but that's my opinion. There are some scenes that I'll never forget, so at least it's not forgettable. I think it's a bit too slow, but I'm not asking for it to be faster. I don't want to say it's overrated because I do see why people love this, I just didn't enjoy it as much as the viewers did.
(mx) wrote: This is a very strange film, which is expected given its Dusan Makavejev. It does some very interesting things, as almost a half documentary, half social commentary type of work. Makavejev touches on stalinism, Reich's theories of Orgone energy, individuality, politics and sexuality. Its almost just a collage of things. Makavejev uses the most conentional section of the film as a metaphor for the russian-yugoslavic relationship at the time, with some great editing and symbolism. Just very interesting stuff indeed. Whoever said that cinema must have emotion and cant be philosophical is an idiot.
(ca) wrote: The title is not the only similarity to the Revenant, it looks like that film as well, a strange coincidence, probably. If you liked that, you'll probably like this, it's not a bad film but the subject matter is a little hard to swallow.
(mx) wrote: I'm not really into horror films, especially not the gory ones, but this one draws from the best that the genre has to offer. I felt stressed all the time haha Its both creepy and makes you feel uneasy in the best possible way. Plus solid performances from the cast.