Sidharth (Aamir Khan), is a Mumbai 'Tapori' and a boxing champion. His elder brother, Jai (Rajat Kapoor) works with Raunak Singh (Sharad Saxena), who now rules their "Basti" through terrorising its people and collecting 'Hafta' from local merchants. Sidharth idolized his father, a freedom fighter, whom he saw falling to his death as a child. This effects Sidharth through his adult life. Sidharth meets a young girl, Alisha (Ranee Mukherjee), who rides with a motorcycle gang and Charlie (Deepak Tijori), the gang leader. Sidharth also meets Hari, whose idealism reminds him of his father. Hari's social work in the community possess a threat to Raunak Singh's evil empire. What happens to Hari changes Sidharth's life forever. How Sidharth breaks Raunak Singh's chains of 'Ghulami' around the community forms the crux of the story. Featuring the superhit song "Aati Kya Khandala" sung by Aamir Khan.
Ghulam means a slave. Sidharth (Aamir Khan) is an amateur boxer who does not work, preferring to loaf about with friends. His older brother Jai (Rajit Kapoor) works with a gangster who ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bill M (mx) wrote: I almost feel bad about giving it a 6 out of 10, but i'm afraid i can't give it a "good"-7 rating. There's a sincerity about the film, and i think the themes are important, but everything seems a bit skimmed over. It's not often that i'll wish there was more exposition, but i'd have liked to know more about these characters, more of their history, more of an emotional connection to their stories. The supporting characters were thinly drawn. In the absence of a deeper drama, the sparseness of the humour stood out. Worth a watch, i guess, but these characters deserved a stronger film.
Alexandra W (br) wrote: French Damages, you kind of suck. I much prefer Real Damages, and here's why: French Patty Hewes is not so much a diabolical genius femme fatale so much as a petty, emotionally abusive asshole. French Ellen Parsons turns out the more intriguing character as she does carry out a successful ridiculous/intricate plan and then thoroughly becomes the person she loves/hates most. On the whole, however, this movie is twice as yucky, half-again as ambiguous, and half as satisfying fashion-wise as Real Damages.
Erin C (ru) wrote: Not as terrible as I thought it would be.
Conilyn H (gb) wrote: I wasn't actually going to borrow it but then i was like wth... it's a funny movie and it's not like that corny. hahahha i love the rap french music part in the movie. HAHA
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Patricia George (au) wrote: The best movie I have ever seen!27 years later I still laugh as hard as I did the first time I saw it. Truly a classic.
Paul G (es) wrote: Haunting, more political than the director's other work and flawed in a technical way here and there. But I still liked it, particularly the first bit. Ending felt a bit inevitable. Kinda saw this on my quest to see everything Kieslowski did and it's not to Decalogue standards but solid and interesting.
Sue S (ru) wrote: I know it won a slew of awards and all, but setting aside the difficulty understanding the very heavy Yorkshire accents, anyone could see the ending coming from a mile away. I liked the parts where he was training the bird and when he spoke in front of the class about the bird and ... well that's it.
Hiatt N (fr) wrote: The movie's a pain in the ass. One problem: it recycled elements from "Independence Day".
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