Poor Raja opens a fast foot restaurant right opposite a five star hotel run by its owner Singhania, earning his wrath. The wealthy hotel owner uses all his influence to remove Raja, but in vain. Things get worse for the wealthy man, when his daughter Kiran wants to marry the poor hotelier. The wealthy man refuses, leading to a confrontation and a condition - which Raja fulfills, he becomes rich virtually overnight, and proposes for the hand of Kiran. The wealthy hotelier reluctantly accepts him as his son-in-law, only to have Kiran elope with a man named Rahul.
- Stars:Govinda, Raveena Tandon, Kader Khan, Prem Chopra, Mohnish Bahl, Johnny Lever, Asrani, Anjana Mumtaz, Guddi Maruti, Sudhir, Anil Nagrath, Anil Verma, Suresh Malhotra, Rana Jung Bahadur, Dinesh Hingoo,
- Director:Harmesh Malhotra,
- Writer:Rajeev Kaul (screenplay), Rajeev Kaul (story), Anwar Khan (dialogue), Praful Parekh (screenplay), Praful Parekh (story)
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Dulhe Raja torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Great throwback to the silent era with amazing character arcs. If you always felt curiosity in the bygone era of silent cinema then you'll find something to like in this one and it's modernization of past storylines. Also good to note the charming performances of the two protagonists.
(es) wrote: If Betty White is in it I gotta see it!
(gb) wrote: Decent movie. Some cool fight scenes, and two badass deaths. They didn't spare the kiddies from the gory shit this time.
(es) wrote: A real hidden gem of 90s cinema, and surprisingly not even an obscure indie feature but one of Rank organisations last big films. Duigan's film has a Lynchian embrace of the dark side to childhood, where troubled young girl Devon Stockard strikes up an unusual, but innocent, friendship with a seemingly uncouth young gardener who works in her snobbish gated community. Both strike up a close bond, with shared troubled pasts and physical and emotional scars. Duigan's film impresses most, aided very much by Mischa Barton's terrific performance, in being unafraid to portray a young girl embracing some darker thoughts and transgressing the expected bright and chirpy "all-American" expectations. Trent is more alive in his poor and free spirited life than any of the well-off homeowners, who find satisfaction in status, material wealth and extra-marital affairs. Devon senses this and is attracted to him, but society proves to be a dangerous obstacle to their unconventional relationship. The finale takes an unexpectedly violent turn before culminating in a literal fairytale ending that is audacious and strangely magical.
(it) wrote: i think i have seen this cant remember
(br) wrote: Light hearted comedy.
(de) wrote: shut up, you! (screams Vic Brady to Loretta.) This movie is pretty bad for the fact it tries too hard to be a film-noir! The bad direction and dialogue makes this movie worth watching. The performances were pretty over the top, too. Have to say it's one of those bad movies that you gotta see!
(us) wrote: They both could have fucking lived
(kr) wrote: Bill Murray and the human condition.