Jab Jab Phool Khile
After returning from overseas, heiress Rita is stressed out and needs to go someplace to unwind. She chooses Kashmir and, upon arrival, rents a houseboat from the owner, Raja. After a few misunderstandings, they are attracted to each other and soon fall in love. This romance is not looked upon favorably by Raj Bahadur Chunilal, Rita's dad, as he would prefer his daughter marry a suitor he has chosen for her: Kishore. Rita dislikes Kishore and will only marry Raja; the wily Raj Bahadur devises a plan that will let him keep the cake and eat it too.
- Stars:Leon Schuster, David Ramsey, Faizon Love, Robert Whitehead, Jane Benney, Fats Bookholane, Nanda, Shashi Kapoor, Agha, Shammi, B.B. Bhalla, Kamal Kapoor, Baby Farida, Mridula Rani, Ashwani Kumar, Nikkey, Shyam Kansare, Javed, Prayag Raj, Jatin Khanna, Tun Tun,
- Director:Suraj Prakash,
- Writer:Brij Katyal
Raja (Shashi Kapoor), a Kashmiri boatman and Rita (Nanda), a beautiful heiress from the city, fall in love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jab Jab Phool Khile torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Bitchtastic. "I can see your toner [ladywood for a member of the nemesis male a capella group]!" "That's my dick." The rising action is a bit slow and repetitive with Aubrey mindlessly sticking to her traditional setlist, but the song and dance numbers at the end really pump up the jam. I used to not care for Anna Kendrick's face or acting - attributing her badass demeanor to mostly costume and make-up - but her pixie-sized sex appeal is just winning as heck. Rebel Wilson is hilariously "a ca-awkward," as are the ragtag team of supporting characters, namely the quiet Asian and her sociopathic murmurings, "I ate my twin in the womb."
(jp) wrote: Loved it~ SOOO good>v<
(ca) wrote: Good plot for entertainment. But bit length.
(au) wrote: Despite its dire need of some polish, "Hanna" gains a special uniqueness from its recycled premise.
(kr) wrote: I'm the first one to review it :D ... anyway it's just a waste of time but wanted to see Goldberg ;)
(mx) wrote: Forgettable movie... Great performance, but such a weak story. Too bad, since I love all the main actors.
(de) wrote: by the end of it i really felt sorry for this guy, even though i know he's not real. this type of movie works, in my opinion, if i forget that the characters are just piles of goo.
(gb) wrote: a very scary performence from Sarah why woud she pick such a stupid movie i guess for the money
(kr) wrote: A VERY talky film, but kind of intresting to see a guy try to exlain why he was having two romances at once. Graham is amazing like always!
(mx) wrote: Wow. Almodovar wasn't afraid to push the boundaries, and this tale of obsessive (gay) love does just that.
(jp) wrote: 150305: That damn Bird of Prey issue raises its ugly head again. Who am I kidding, it's not ugly. Best space ship created in my time. This is a very enjoyable film. So far, this whole series has been enjoyable. Many laughs to be had in this particular episode. RIP Mr. Nimoy. RIP.
(nl) wrote: zapanjujuce predvidjena senzacionalisticko- koristoljubiva danasnjica
(ag) wrote: Considered by some critics to be the greatest war film of all time, which is not a stretch at all. Filmed in the style of a documentary, The Battle of Algiers is one of the few films that authentically captures the tension of living in an occupied country, and it's lack of a grandiose presentation makes it all the more palpable. While the film gives us plenty of reasons to sympathize with the colonized Algerians, it isn't averse to showing them commit atrocities in the conflict also. Non-hagiographic, yet always empathetic, The Battle of Algiers is still untouchable nearly half-a-century after its release.
(de) wrote: This movie makes its purpose very clear. Have good visuals and keep you on the edge, which I think is accomplished.