Dil Bole Hadippa!
Veera, a fire-cracker of a girl who lives in a small village but dreams of playing cricket in the big league. Rohan is an accomplished captain of a county cricket team in England. Rohan returns to India to captain his father's cricket team which has been losing for the last 8 years. In a Village where girls don't play Cricket, Veera has to put on a put on a turban & beard to live her dream.
- Stars:Adam Scott, Joel Bissonnette, Richard Medina, Mickey Cottrell, Vitta Quinn, Dimitri Coats, Víctor Martínez, Roberto Enrique, Penelope Allen, Kimberly Huie, Shahid Kapoor, Rani Mukerji, Anupam Kher, Dalip Tahil, Rakhi Sawant, Sherlyn Chopra, Shri Vallabh Vyas, Vrajesh Hirjee, Poonam Dhillon, Shonali Nagrani, Karan Veer, Bobby Bedi, Vickeey Ahhuja, Sherry Rekhi, Akhilesh Sharma,
- Director:Anurag Singh,
- Writer:Aparajita, Jaya B.
A feisty cricket-expert Punjabi girl enters the men's cricket team to play in the Cricket World Cup; however, she is in a predicament when she falls for her handsome cricket coach. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dil Bole Hadippa! torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Would probably have worked better as a TV documentary but this is quite an interesting watch and kind of a must-see experience for anyone with a love for our capital. It's at it's strongest when extolling the virtues of our multi-cultural society and at it;s worst when it tries to have a dig at capitalism. Amazing piece of art though overall.
(kr) wrote: lulz but really, it sucked.
(ag) wrote: This whole movie is shot in KC and shows her many features which make me love to live here! This movie has a unique realism in the acting, plot, and cinematography. Very fun.
(gb) wrote: Moral of the story: don't have kids, they'll only restart the zombie apocalypse that the adults had managed to contain.
(kr) wrote: Lzaro Ramos delivers a ferocious performance in this absorbing character study that dives into the world of an outcast to explore matters like poverty, race, gender and sex, even though it feels a bit incomplete and superficial as it doesn't go deep enough into its character as it should.
(nl) wrote: big battle scenes with a decent storyline. I have to say I would watch this again at some point and doesn't deserve bad reviews.
(us) wrote: Well, it was better than expected although sometimes it was too crappy.
(it) wrote: Sexing it up in the wake of Basic Instinct. Rubbish predictable story, it was basically a shitter version of Basic Instinct.
(it) wrote: Roger Moore and Patrick McNee play Holmes/Watson in this very delightful adaptation that finds Holmes on the other side of pond to rescue Irene Adler's (Charlotte Rampling) son.All the players are here in this adaptation. John Huston plays a quite spooky Moriarty and Moore does a dashing job as Sherlock. It is fun to note that Moore/McNee would reteam for thirteen years later in Moore's last outing as James Bond in "A View to a Kill". It is interesting to see that their dynamic in that film kind of started in this one. They have so much fun together. 4 out of 5 So Says the Soothsayer
(ag) wrote: Audacious and brilliant in a capacity which will never be repeated today.
(it) wrote: Sisyphus has it easy.
(ca) wrote: Very clever repartee, especially in the courtroom scene! Incredibly funny..
(jp) wrote: I was a little worried about this one before watching it, who wants to watch a 2+ hour film about Quakers in the 19th century? But it was actually quite entertaining, thanks to the cast and William Wyler. Gary Cooper was great as always, I loved the little storyline with him and the fellow Quaker having their race to church. And the story with the youngest son and the goose was funny as well. It's little bits like that that make this film fun to watch. Anthony Perkins is good in this, though I probably wouldn't have nominated him for an Oscar. I loved the scene with Gary Cooper and Dorothy McGuire in the barn together after the organ feud. Nice film.
(it) wrote: Una maravilla de la tcnica, que entretiene lo suficiente