Brahm Dutt (Dilip Kumar) is set up and framed for a murder for which he is jailed, because of his scheming son-in-law, Raghuvaran (Indrajeet Sabharwal). His Daughter Sonu (Swapna) is also killed at the hands of Raghuvaran, when Raghuvaran slaps and tries to molest Mohini (Madhuri Dixit), when she confronts him about his evil deeds. Brahm Dutt avenges the death of his daughter and the years spent in prison. Against this backdrop, Vijay (Govinda) is a man who works for the underworld after he is shot as a child. After finding love with Mohini, he changes his ways and joins up with Brahm Dutt to take revenge as he too has been wronged by the same group of villains.
- Stars:Shakti Kapoor, Asrani, Shiva Rindani, Yunus Parvez, Master Ankur, Tina Ghai, Tej Sapru, Bharathi, Guddi Maruti, Jaya Mathur, Alagu, Vikas Anand, Rakesh Bedi, Dilip Dhawan, Madhuri Dixit,
- Director:K. Bapaiah, J. Hemambar,
- Writer:Shafiq Ansari (dialogue director)
Brahmdutt, a rich Steel Baron is falsely convicted in the murder of his best friend and business partner Premchand. When in prison, Brahmdutt finds out from sources that his son in law ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Izzatdaar torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: I'm giving this mini-review from the perspective of one who knows that this was shot on a mere $30,000. The Sleeper is an attempt to recreate an early 80s slasher, more specifically 1981. Sadly, neither the characters nor the setting are anything close to this, but the use of practical effects, simplistic scoring and dark tone give it an edge that I doubt most produced in this situation would accomplish half as well. With a higher budget, it'd be nice to see what director Justin Russell could really do with the available resources.
(ca) wrote: I could not get into this movie at all. I did not find it very interesting, it was disorganized and it jumped around a lot. Just was not for me. The acting wasn't bad, interesting score.
(au) wrote: i have this film 2 i have all the Barbie films except for magic of the rainbow and the one's i do have i love so XXX
(ru) wrote: Back in 2003 we got a new kinda high seas adventure! Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom, Keira Knightley and Geoffrey Rush star in one of the must see movies of our time!
(jp) wrote: One Of The Best Movie I've Seen That Involved Romance And Sports And Because Drew Barrymore Is Awesome As She Always Is
(de) wrote: one of my favorite movies
(ca) wrote: While a bit cliche, there were a few moments that were funny. Not a great film, but it was occasionally fun to watch.
(mx) wrote: It's always interesting to go back and watch a renowned actor in one of their earliest breakthrough roles and see them as a character that you're totally not used to seeing them play; such is the case with "Street Smart", where Morgan Freeman delivers his first Oscar-nominated performance as a psychotic pimp named "Fast Black"! The film has a very clever premise, involving a journalist who finds fame from writing a totally fictitious magazine article about a pimp, only to have it come back to bite him when people start to believe that a real pimp on trial for murder was the actual subject of its story. It's a very interesting study of the devastating effects of media fabrication, but the story is full of holes and implausibilities, and the film is much more convincing when it focuses on the sleazy Times Square world of pimps and hookers than when it focuses on the world of journalism; Christopher Reeve, God rest his soul, was always a bit of a bland actor when he wasn't playing Superman, and even Clark Kent seemed like a more believable reporter than the character he's playing here. However, "Street Smart" contains a lot of sections that are full of great energy and life, and Morgan Freeman just transcends the movie to another level whenever he's onscreen; he's able to make his character jump convincingly from charming to terrifying in the blink of an eye, and makes one hope that Mr. Freeman will get the chance to showcase his range in another great villainous role someday.
(ag) wrote: An enjoyable and entertaining film with a great message: "You can be anything to want to be--you just gotta go out and become it."That said, it's not a perfect movie by any means. All conflict is dealt with far too easily, and the love subplot, although it works for most of the film, becomes hokey on a dime's turn. But then again, no woman can resist the Eastwood. Despite all this film's obvious flaws, I still really enjoyed it. The cast gets along well together, and it's a great comparison to old Westerns.
(nl) wrote: Yeesh! This is Jaws in the snow. But bad. All the old 70s horror pacing is in full play.
(de) wrote: Bud Abbott and Lou Costello are bumming around Egypt when they get swept up in the struggle between a posse of grave robbers and a cabal of nefarious cultists. This was one of the last movies made by the Abbott & Costello duo and it's not hard to see them straining against the changing tides of pop culture; the "pick and shovel" bit in the last third of the film is a shameless recycling of the famous "Who's on First?" routine. Still, I think Abbott & Costello Meet The Mummy works a lot more often than it doesn't. It's far better than the straight horror movies that Universal was producing at the time and, if one is fond of vaudeville-styled comedy, there's a couple of solid laughs to be found.
(nl) wrote: This is a very dinstuishable animaton which is very cute, funny and engaging for the whole family. Even the parents can enjoy this one, its similar in its approach to 'paranorman' which was also a very good kids movie.
(ag) wrote: Want to see it! Will have to take into account!