English Babu Desi Mem
Vikram Mayur, a wealthy Indian, born and raised in England, returns to his ancestral home in Bombay, India to look up his late brother's eight-year-old son Nandu raised by his caring aunt Bijuriya in which Vikram is torn between choosing to take Nandu back to England to learn his family's business, or risk throwing it all way by staying in India to be with Bijuriya whom he slowly falls in love with.
- Stars:Shah Rukh Khan, Sonali Bendre, Rajeshwari, Saeed Jaffrey, Kiran Kumar, Baba Brahmbhatt, Ishita Haria, James Bond Singh, Sunny Singh, Gulshan Bawra, Mrs. Sardar Jaffrey, Sudhir Dalvi, Vijay Kashyap, Vivek Vaswani, Richard Lane Smith,
- Director:Praveen Nischol,
- Writer:G.M. Ayaz (associate script), Ali Raza, S. Ali Raza
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English Babu Desi Mem torrent reviews
(br) wrote: "The Good Night" is a very indie-looking movie about a struggling artist who has problems with his girlfriend Dora. He escapes through dreams he has about a beautiful, mysterious woman. With the help of a teacher who specializes in dreams, and his long-time friend, who also happens to be in an unstable relationship, he goes back to his old self and saves his relationship with Dora. It is funny at times, very slow-moving, and different. Not everyone might like it, but it's always interesting to look at other types of films.
(de) wrote: It still retains the chilling atmosphere of the first film, but it doesn't work as excellently as the first film. And although the direction of the story may be waning, it's still probably worth watching.
(ru) wrote: A well-made coming-of-age drama set in 80's England. The acting is excellent throughout, and the story is engaging with some colorful characters, but tends to get preachy and capitalizing too much on "politically correct" conclusion.
(ca) wrote: Not the best or even scariest movie in the world BY FAR. If your afraid of clowns though, there are some terrifying images of them in here. I contribute about 25%of why I hate clowns to this movie.
(fr) wrote: This movie shows great brotherly love.
(kr) wrote: This lengthy biopic of one of the most renowned musician is filled with sad, depressing, exciting and touching moments but not a single dull one. Hell, I neither have a fascination nor knowledge on operas which constitute the majority of runtime. Every aspect of the movie has something exciting about it, be it the point of view, energy levels, actors I had no idea about etc, etc. Antonio Salieri (F. Murray Abraham) recalls the life, times and his troubled relationship with a prodigy Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Tom Hulce) he couldn't compete with and resorted to destroy him. Mozart's passion and pure genius is identified by his father Leopold (Roy Dotrice) at a very young age and prepares him for greatness, but the tremendous expectations, his poor business and social skills leads to gambling and alcohol addiction also taking his supporting wife Constance (Elizabeth Berridge) down with him. The best part about the movie is the point of view that of Salieri who alone saw Mozart's true potential and genius and was the most affected by him. The way Abraham explains to the priest about beauty of Mozart's music, how he was never able to compete and how a God fearing just man like him resorted to low politics and scheming is one of the best performances you could come across. While featuring medleys of Mozart's popular compositions, the background score stays competent enough to make a mark of its own. The screenplay is energetic pushing an incredible number of heartfelt moments perfectly justifying Salieri's actions at the same time making you feel for Mozart. Just like Mozart's music, this movie is a joy for everyone.
(de) wrote: A disappointing follow-up to a great film, this sequel contains almost none of the first film's warmth or humor, and while the soundtrack is terrific, the movie's just too heavy-handed and scatterbrained to work as an effective continuation.
(kr) wrote: Crass, touching, beautiful, funny, witty, shocking. Typical French, yet universal, an ode to Freedom and sex
(ag) wrote: Even though I enjoy John Wayne's westerns, I enjoyed this film a lot because it put John Wayne in a totally different type of tough guy. I will admit that Paul Newman or Steve McQueen might have been more convincing in this, or maybe even Sydney Poitier if McQ was African American. But Wayne pulls it off and he let's the bad guys know that he's the wrong man to mess with.
(jp) wrote: ...And all begin with Ghost World.
(au) wrote: After the unexpected twist the story didn't appeal as much to me. The two leads were impressive no doubt and the music was wonderful. But still, the story would have been nearly perfect without the twist
(nl) wrote: John Cusack plays a nominal role again another mystery & suspense film, not edge of seat stuff but still thrilling none the less.
(gb) wrote: fascinating, original black comedy that jump started the careers of superstar Paulina Porizkova(Intern, female perversions) and a-list director Skip Woods (Thursday). needless to say this is a very funny black comedy that is not only fascinating, but original. Also known as the film that influenced QuentinTarantino to write Pulp Fiction!