One day while travelling on the BEST bus in Bombay, Raja produces a 100 rupee note to buy a 50 paisa bus ticket, and is made fun of by the bus conductor, and asked to leave the bus. Asha, who is travelling on the same bus, pays for his fare, and he tells her that he will re-pay this loan after he gets some change. He does not get the change, and instead loses the 100 rupee note, but makes his way into Asha's heart. Both fall in love, and get married. They live in harmony for several years, and become proud parents of two children. With their growing family, Raja's income is just not enough to make ends, and Asha decides to get a job. Raja decides to stay at home and look after the household chores, and the kids. What happens is that there is chaos at work for Asha, and at home for Raja, with alround hilarious results.
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Tiago C (jp) wrote: Trhiller, Danish crime thriller. Movie for entertainment. Crush and predictable as well.
Dylan G (us) wrote: i feel bad for this movie
Todd S (mx) wrote: For nearly six decades, Meyer Lansky was the brains behind the mafia, and is credited for their rise to power in Las Vegas. While being one of the more interesting criminals to ever live, his role was mainly behind the scenes and the film about his life turned out to be much less interesting than the man himself. Meyer Lansky (Richard Dreyfuss) was a Europen Jew, who fled to America in the early 20th century. Living on the streets of New York, he quickly fell in with the wrong people and started laundering money and bootlegging alcohol for some of New York's biggest gangsters. Lansky along with Lucky Luciano and Bugsy Siegel, formed one of the most profitable organizations in the history of the Mob, and are credited as the first group to officially be refereed to as organized crime. I've always loved mafia movies and did genuinely want to learn more about Meyer Lansky, but the truth is, what he did really wasn't that interesting. He wasn't a boss, he wasn't a hitman, he was basically an accountant, trying to make money for all kinds of nasty people. The film was basically a behind the scenes look at the mob and I found it to be very long and boring. Reclusive veteran, Richard Dreyfuss, takes on the role of Lansky and fits the character like a glove. Dreyfuss even mirrored Lansky's mannerisms and was really very good. From an artistic stand point, Lansky was worth watching, as Dreyfuss wasn't the only one to turn in a powerhouse performance. I went into this film looking for an intense, fast-paced thriller, but what I got was more like some documentary on the mob, that put me to sleep. Everything was as it should be for an epic drama, but the truth is, the man they chose to feature, just wasn't the type of guy that needed to have a film made about his life.
PieterJan V (br) wrote: A decent action film which is less cheesy than most of Van Damme's other work...but wasn't that just the charm?
Carolyn G (br) wrote: "Dogs! You're all a buncha snappin' dogs at my heel!" Yeah, definitely arrogant and as played by Dennis Quaid, kinda dumb too. This isn't the greatest music biopic but it has a lot of potential. A great cast brings home this fascinating portrait of a guy that's pretty tough to like.
Greg W (au) wrote: good quickie western
Timothy M (ag) wrote: a little too long but I enjoyed it. Bette Davis gives a fine performance.
Michael H (nl) wrote: Karloff is appealing - but not particularly Chinese - as Mr. Wong.
Thomas T (es) wrote: Spectacular performances from Hilary Swank and a bunch of talented newcomers structured with a powerful story.
Esther L (ag) wrote: I enjoyed the musical performances and is a movie I'd definitely rewatch.