Hum Do Hamare Do
From their first coincidental meeting, Anil and Arti seem made for each other. When their paths continue to cross, Arti proposes to Anil, but he humbly turns her down. Heartbroken, Arti decides to find out why. She discovers his secret obligation to care for his six siblings, which makes marriage out of the question. Smita Patil, Raj Babbar and Shoma Anand star.
- Stars:Raj Babbar, Smita Patil, Shoma Anand, Rohini Hattangadi, Ramesh Deo, Heena Kausar, Bharat Bhushan, Pinchoo Kapoor, Chaman Bagga, Asit Sen, Yunus Parvez, Lalita Kumari, Jankidas, Johnny Whisky, Paintal,
- Director:B.R. Ishara,
- Writer:Bhushan Banmali (screenplay), Bhushan Banmali (story), Bimal Dutta (screenplay), Bimal Dutta (story), B.R. Ishara (dialogue), B.R. Ishara (screenplay)
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Hum Do Hamare Do torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: sweet and break heart movie
(es) wrote: I'm just asking, the cone heads were in the State Farm commercials, right? Haven't seen the movie, this is not a rating.
(nl) wrote: Drunken Master is definitely one of your older style Kung-Fu movies. It has the elements of discipline, teaching, and morals. The rate that Jackie Chan's character matures is at a great rate as the story progresses in the background. Small aspects like the gambling with the cups are applied really well at the end when the speed of his final foe moves at similar quickness. Drunken Master is a good old fashioned Kung-Fu movie that is worth watching for any Jackie Chan fan.
(kr) wrote: What do you get when a respectable director (Otto Preminger, responsible for the classic Man With The Golden Arm) and a lot a straight middle aged actors try and make a desperately hip and "groovy" psychedelic comedy full of acid trips?...Well you get one the greatest "so bad its brilliant" films ever made. Anyone who complains it is a pile of shite is missing the point: it's a pile of shite in such a wonderful way. Whatever possessed Jackie Gleason, Carol Channing, Frankie Avalon, Mickey Rooney and Groucho "Spliffsmoker" Marx to appear in this abomination, God only knows? But thank the Lord that they did! Jackie Gleason hallucinating Groucho Marx's disembodied head attached to a giant flying rotating screw while tripping is probably my favourite drug scene ever; and as for the dustbins dancing, well... groovy, baby!All I can say is any fan of 60s kitch has got to see this film; much of it is surprisingly amatuerish, but the shear absurdity makes up for the shoddiness. (See how many actors from the Batman TV series you can spot...)(How did I forget to mention that Groucho plays "God", the head of the mafia!)
(it) wrote: An incredibly underwhelming film that launched to the world that Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers have arrived & they are the 'IT Thing'The film itself cast Fred & Ginger as supporting roles but it became clear in filming these two are the real stars & the film ended with these two not the leads.But the film is dull, labored & very unexciting, even for fans it's a tough watch with achingly bad leads the only redemptive qualities are the great numbers by Fred & Ginger.
(ru) wrote: Great Animated short!!