Dushmani: A Violent Love Story

Dushmani: A Violent Love Story

a 1995 Indian Bollywood film directed by Bunty Soorma. It stars Sunny Deol, Jackie Shroff, Manisha Koirala and Deepti Naval in pivotal roles.

Bitter enmity has always existed between the Oberoi and the Singh families. With each and every generation swearing to extract vengeance. This generation consists of Suraj Singh and his ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dushmani: A Violent Love Story torrent reviews

Tyrone H (de) wrote: Cracking heist movie with a social conscious...Thomas Jane is fantastic and needs to be getting the roles that Viggo doesn't. I wanted to root for the hero as he has bags of charisma but his self destructive need keeps you at a distance. Made me look up his gang and look more into the time in SA so that can't be a bad thing. Please watch this and don't watch the next Micheal Bay film!

James N (ru) wrote: The pacing on this animated flim was too fast and I felt like it was more like a television movie than actual movie. Kinda disappointed. :(

Grant H (mx) wrote: Good movie. The story is certainly cliched and the characters formulaic, but it's still a well-structured legal thriller featuring some unique twists and great performances from Judd, Caviezel and Freeman.

Steve S (br) wrote: *** (out of our) Character study about an ex-convict in Seattle reconnecting with his son. The harsh realities of finding a job and obtaining enough money to live is realized as they live in a rundown hotel for those with no income. Well acted and believable.

Pablo G (it) wrote: 3.7/5From Beyond is as disturbing as a Cronenberg film and as interesting and deep as classics as Hellraiser, and while it struggles to reach the levels of greatness it deserved it shure does deserve a much bigger cult following.

Jordan K (jp) wrote: Gridiron Gang is indeed uplifting, inspirational, and kills time, but in the end is cliched and a bit repetitive in its nature. Storytelling elements are reused time and time again but are saved by the film's nicely made characters.The Rock is a probation officer hoping to reach out to imprisoned gang teenagers in California by starting the Mustangs volunteer football team, building respect and character along with sports skills and teamwork. The once constantly fighting characters soon grow into teammates and brothers.Gridiron Gang is, in a word, nice. It's wholesome, goodhearted, it's all fine and dandy but it doesn't bring a ton to the table. Perhaps the film's best feature is its acting and characters - The Rock creates a realistic, unbelievably great performance that works well with practically anyone else he corresponds with. Even some of the teen actors weren't bad. I don't even know why Xzibit's in there. The characters have gritty, originally dark gang and drug tied backgrounds that are at first shown and often mentioned by The Rock's character. It makes for a little less cliched plot, but alas, it is still cliched. The film is predictable from the minute an inspirational football team is put into place - it's a tired concept which is done good for what it is, it's just Gridiron Gang seems like just another film. The storytelling elements drag out a bit - the same old situation is brought up over again to death of threatening to give up, unneeded backstories involving estranged teens' family members, and humor that drops in at the oddest times. Not one of the great sports films, just a somewhat forgettable film.

Kilea C (it) wrote: Bc I was left with no sense of closure at the end of the movie. It had great potential though, but was brutal.