Ghar Mein Ram Gali Mein Shyam

Ghar Mein Ram Gali Mein Shyam

The women of India have always accepted men the way they are, but this one woman is full of ego and pride and because of this she doubts her husband's character and comes across a crooked pervert man who because of his lust spoils innocent girls.

Let the man be a saint, crooked or a pervert, the woman of India has always accepted him the way he is, but this one woman who comes from a rich background is full of ego and pride and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Ghar Mein Ram Gali Mein Shyam torrent reviews

Gaspar O (gb) wrote: Yet another Hallmark offering, and I enjoyed it. I'm a sucker for a happy ending, especially when some racist Billy Bob piece of shit gets a free ride back to prison. :)

Glenn C (de) wrote: This is a really weird movie. It has really stumped me and I don't know what to make of it. It's a New Zealand movie based on a novel which I believe has been celebrated over there as a classic (an 8 part mini series was even adapted in 1981). It tells a bizarre story of other-worldly creatures that have been cast beneath the 7 volcanoes of Auckland which have found a means of escape (leading to doom) and of a sort of prophecy of "twinness" being the only force powerful enough to destroy them. It really is strange and I have no idea who the intended audience is supposed to be. It appears to be made as a family film but it's WAY too scary to actually be one. The grotesque zombie-like urchin creatures are really freaky and the movie is full of startling moments. The effects are good and the movie's style is great but I can't make up my mind if I liked it or not though.... all I can say is that its worth seeing for the simple fact that it will create inner-conflict as to whether its good or bad. LOL

Simona (kr) wrote: If Milla Jovovich is in it, I wanna see!

Eric R (ca) wrote: Subspecies may not have been a great series, but it was a solid direct-to-video vampire franchise with its first three entries. It was a solid trilogy...a trilogy that should have been left alone. Full Moon Entertainment was going through some financial hell and decided to resurrect some of their successful franchises in order to make a quick buck. The few examples were Curse of the Puppet Master and Trancers 6. Full Moon fans know how great those crap shoot of a sequels turned out . Sadly Full Moon also decided to resurrect the Subspecies franchise with Subspecies 4: Bloodstorm. A more apt title would be " Shitstorm" as this sequel defecates on all that made the original three films likable.I knew I was in trouble right after viewing the opening credits. The credits are so god-damn cheap that it looks like I could have made them on my personal computer. This is a damn shame as Subspecies II and III had impressive title sequences that actually made the films look like they had quality. The film then opens right after the last film except the filmmakers do the unthinkable. Apparently they couldn't get some of the actors who survived part 3 to return for this sequel so the writers decided to open the with a car crash, killing our "survivors". What a cheap fucking cop out! This even makes the death of Hicks and Newt in Alien 3 look pale by comparison! The only returning cast members are Denice Duff and Anders Hove as Radu. The plot is extremely predictable. Radu survives and goes after Denice Duff yet a-fuckin-gain. Yawn. This film even has the gall to have characters that appeared in the Full Moon film "Vampire Journals" show up. That film was not part of the Subspecies franchise but thanks to this sequel it is now considered a "spin-off." I hate when filmmakers take characters from another film and place them in a completely different film and act like they have been there from the beginning. The only reason writer/director Ted Nicolaou only did this to try to pad the film with a little more plot.Not only are the opening titles and plot bad, but so is the look of the film. This film looks like it was filmed with a $50 home digital camera. That mixed with bad DVD transfer makes this film almost unwatchable. Another thing I have to rant about is the title. The Subspecies sequels had a pattern to the title scheme - Bloodstone: Subspecies II and Bloodlust: Subspecies III. It was simple, have a "blood" word and then have Subspecies as your subtitle with a classy roman numeral. It was siimple and it gave the series flow. Leave it to Subspecies: Shitstorm to fuck the simple task up. First it puts Suspecies as the main title again, then changes the roman numeral to a number 4. Shouldn't be Bloodstorm: Subspecies IV? Oh fuck no! This may sound like a minor problem but come on! Are the promotional artists blind? Can't they see the flow to the titles? As you can tell I hated this sequel with a passion. I love the cheesy Full Moon films of old but their newer films are just god awful and the company making shitty cash 'n grab sequels, tarnishing the names of their hit franchises just pisses me off. What makes me even more mad is that this sequel is from the same writer/director of the first three! I actually hate this sequel so much that I sold my DVD of the film and pretend it never existed. That's hardcore for me since I'm a completist when it comes of film series and in turn own many god-awful sequels. I even own Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation and Ghoulies IV. That says something!

Kari K (gb) wrote: You get to see Patrick Swayze's Butt!

MacDara C (br) wrote: (Watched Sat 29 Jan 2011) It's actually scary to watch this movie 20 years after it was made and see how prophetic it was.

Anna Q (ru) wrote: The most effed up movie EVER. I don't think this movie will ever be remade for that very reason.

Eytan D (br) wrote: "10" is Blake Edwards' remarkably mature romantic comedy that trades goofiness for sheer charm and wit. Dudley Moore is a hilarious actor, and Julie Andrews is pretty good too.

Wade H (au) wrote: What's your pleasure sir?

Asa B (mx) wrote: A bit of a slog and surprisingly dark in places. Still, can't beat the "Oklahoma" number!

Brandie S (jp) wrote: guilty pleasure! #sorrynotsorry