Janam Janam Ke Phere: Alias Sati Anapurna

Janam Janam Ke Phere: Alias Sati Anapurna

In Hindu philosophy, &NFi;mukhti&NFi_; is the transcendence to a state liberated from the cycle of life and death and free from the effects of eternal causation (karma). This soul-stirring film follows one man's attempt to live a purposeful and pure life in pursuit of his goal of attaining mukhti. B.M.Vyas, Manher Desai, Nirupa Roy, Krishna Kumari and Amir star in director Manno Desai's examination of life and ultimate enlightenment.

Kamla and Mahapatra live a wealthy lifestyle in a small village in India. They are bereft of any children, they pray to Bhagwan Shree Indra and are blessed with a male child, Raghu. The ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Janam Janam Ke Phere: Alias Sati Anapurna torrent reviews

Omarocles L (br) wrote: Good but where the fuck is superman

David G (fr) wrote: A strained friendship is formed between 2 girls during their senior year at a DC prep school. Privileged, white Jessie (Louisa Krause) has a bad reputation & has attended 3 schools in 4 years; Tosha is a poor yet determined African-American student from the southside who strives for nothing more than to get into Princeton. They meet on the lacrosse field but things change when Jessie crosses the color barrier & expresses an interest in Tosha's Muslim friend, Rashid (Silvestre Rasuk). This coming of age tale was written & directed by newcomer Emily Abt & it works part of the time. Tosha is a well developed character - she's tough & independent & we wish nothing but the best for her; Jessie comes off as a spoiled white, rich girl - her mom is distant & works too much, she's raised by her aunt (actually a maid) & she freely gives herself to boys at her school. I enjoyed Tosha's story & wanted the film to stay focused on her - the struggles of her mom trying to hold the family together, her focus on getting out of the hood while threats of violence are around her & so on. When a hate crime is committed against Tosha, all eyes are on Jessie (since the girls had a falling out) - but a crucial scene before the accusation gives away the real culprit. The drama is real when Tosha's on screen - edit out the Jessie character & you have a more engaging film.

Thomas B (br) wrote: Grade - B+This charming movie from Jean-Pierre Jeunet (the director of Alien Resurrection?!) may suffer from uneven pacing, but thanks to sumptuous direction/cinematography and a great lead performance by Audrey Tautou, 'Amelie' is a frenetic, heartfelt success.

Brandon R (mx) wrote: While The City Sleeps was good, but difficult to follow at times. Perhaps it needs a second viewing to fully grasp the occurrences and subtleties. Don't get me wrong. This was a very enjoyable picture, but it was not as good as Fritz Lang's earlier work M.

Logan M (fr) wrote: It's setting, acting, direction, and just about everything else is a near perfect masterpiece.