An SP Amit Kumar who is given charge of Tezpur police station in Bihar. The area is full of corruption, inefficiency, bribery, nepotism, favoritism and crime with help from the local police. Gradually Amit realizes that the local politician Sadhu Yadav is the one who benefits the most out of it. Amit arrests Sunder Yadav...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2003
  • Language:Hindi
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:explosion,   rape,   suicide,  

An IPS officer motivates and leads a dysfunctional, corrupt police force of Tezpur to fight against the corrupt politician. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Maria Elena D (br) wrote: Raoul Ruiz' posthumus film. A droll meditation on death or dying, on the fine line between the living and the dead and the fictional, on memory, imagination and anticipation, and on the wrinkles of time. Particularly poignant because it felt autobiographical. Ruiz was sick and dying as he made the film, as if he were registering his own last act and anticipating the crossing. The humor often felt flat and watching it seemed tiresome. But upon leaving the theatre a more melancholic register surfaced as if forcing us all to look back and forward to our own stories. Farewell Raoul...

Catriona F (nl) wrote: Part coming of age story, part kitchen sink drama set in Queens, NY, this is the story of a half African American, half Irish American girl trying to find her way in a bleak, unforgiving family and school environment. Convincing acting, but the storyline is a little conventional.

Marah R (nl) wrote: Cliche story of a divorc trying to rebuild her live life by going on blind dates. Very boring with no humor.

Caroline C (ca) wrote: don't bother. Real bad $h!t

Jason J (ru) wrote: Above average tale about friendship and betrayal between a human male and his vampire friend. At first I didn't know whether this movie wanted to be serious or not due to the various comedic moments but the humour is thrown out as we delve deeper into the story. Gackt and Hyde make an unusual but effective double act. Fangirls of the two will no doubt love this movie.

Jonathan P (kr) wrote: An early film from the a-list careers of Zellweger and McConaughey that shows one would become a star while the other still had a lot of polishing to do. McConaughey gives a good performance (at least with what the script offered him) whil Zellweger showed moments of what was to come and moments of utter face slapping badness. Texas Chainsaw Massacre The Next Generation is a terrible compared to the original and other installments as its only saving grace is McConaughey and family. Leatherface and family all do a fine job with the ridiculous script written by Kim Henkel. Henkel's script isn't terrible but her use of dialogue is so bad that it may be the scariest thing about the movie ("Please stop killing me"). A sad addition to what had been the best horror franchise to this point.

Alex S (ag) wrote: Horror adventure with Chuck Norris going after a killer that happens to be a demon that was accidentally released years after it was trapped during medieval times.When Bruce Campbell is nowhere to be seen, they get Chuck Norris.

Michael B (nl) wrote: Instantly became the worst movie I'd ever seen and still is. Absolutely awful script, acting and totally unfunny. I use this film as a barometer to compare other awful movies with... I have never seen a worse movie than this rubbish. Glad this Yahoo's career died after this dog's breakfast. People that have given it one star or more are people I never want to meet.

Craig R (au) wrote: A fun and silly horror movie, which seems like it would be best suited for a younger adult audience. Don't expect a masterpiece, but do expect a mildly fun time! If you enjoy weird 80's movies involving even weirder monsters then this is for you

Mike D (es) wrote: has car-wreak appeal

Ryan E (it) wrote: One of the best war films ever made!

Sally A (es) wrote: Abysmal. Why actors of this calibre were in such a horrendously bad film is beyond me. This is just bad slapstick, a very boring and messy film.

Jude P (mx) wrote: All accolades should revert towards Hanks' portrait from Hoffman's'.Good effort by all cast and masterly crafted by Nichols.

Ryan S (de) wrote: A really well done thriller.

Stuart K (kr) wrote: Written, produced and directed by Walter Hill (The Long Riders (1980), Southern Comfort (1981) and 48 Hrs. (1982)), this is a straight-up remake of Akira Kurosawa's Yojimbo (1960), and while it does have a very good cast, something is a bit off-kilter about this. It doesn't help that it's a very moody film, and it is quite flat, when a film like this is begging to be a fun romp, but it misses the point big time. Set in Prohibition-era Texas in the early 1930's, it has a man calling himself John Smith (Bruce Willis) drawing up in a small town called Jericho, near the Mexican border with a meagre population of just 57. Smith finds himself up against 2 rival bootleg families. The Italians, led by Fredo Strozzi (Ned Eisenberg) and the Irish led by Doyle (David Patrick Kelly). The town's sheriff Ed Galt (Bruce Dern), is powerless to stop the crimewave, but when Smith kills one of Doyle's men, he join's Strozzi's gang, and Doyle retaliates by getting his right hand man Hickey (Christopher Walken) to intervene when their smuggling from Mexico, but Smith uses this to bring down both gangs. It should have been a good action film, but it's too serious, when something like this is shouting out to be cheesy fun. Seeing as Yojimbo was remade as A Fistful of Dollars (1964), that makes this version somewhat redundant. But it needs some wisecracks from Willis, and more insane action, then it would have worked.

Craig F (ru) wrote: So 2000's bad it's not even funny. Mistaking empathy for romance, Frank is written so as to mimic a cross between Bond and Bruce Wayne, and the result is not good. Far too cheesy with far too little development to have any chance at being considered a good movie. The dialogue is bad, the music is worse, and Statham isn't suave enough to lead a franchise. It's beyond me how this movie spawned two sequels and a reboot. People like this garbage?

Timm S (ca) wrote: Porn / T&A Dressed Up As A Serious Character Pic, Which Is Not The Case...Its All About Seeing Demi Strip, That's It.