Meena is an attractive young lady who lives with her middle-classed parents in a city in India. Her father is Parshuram who works as a chaprasi (peon) with an organization run by the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dil Hai Betaab
Meena is an attractive young lady who lives with her middle-classed parents in a city in India. Her father is Parshuram who works as a chaprasi (peon) with an organization run by the ...
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stefano l (it) wrote: I totally cannot believe how bad was this movie. Zero thrill, zero credibility, zero everything.
Ravan Florentin P (ag) wrote: thank you women and children for sacrificing yourselves so that men can complete their souls
Giovanni M (ca) wrote: Dalla penna o meglio matita di Marjane Satrapi e Vincent Paronnaud (Persepolis) un altro bellissimo racconto, un'altra bellissima storia diretta con tanta maestria.
Kris S (de) wrote: saw half of it, the half I did looked pretty good. Gonna have to watch it again.
Joe L (ru) wrote: the BEST Actress is .....
Nguyen Thuy H (us) wrote: This is certainly an enjoyable work, but as compared to other films by Jacques Rivette, it's considerably thinner.
Vinny G (de) wrote: Despite the mistimed goofy jokes, this is a much better Bond movie than people give credit to84 out of 100
Ian T (gb) wrote: For a story about racial stereotyping, its full of stereotypes. All the locals are dumb hillbillies while off course Poitiers character is an expert on everything from forensics to botany. Poitier keeps finding clues in this really scoopy doo sort of way. "Mmmm looks like a clue". I think again its one of those issue films, where people relate liking the message with liking the film. I suppose having an African lead in a mainstream film at the time was commendable enough (which is a sad indictment really). It would be a long time before an African could just be a character and not have to be an issue in an issue film. I think the issue itself is handled without subtly but the film is entertaining enough.