After businessman Ram Pratap Singh (Raj Babbar) gives police information pertaining to a journalist's murder, gangster Jagmohan (Danny Denzongpa) goes to prison for the crime. Soon, Singh's life turns upside down when Jagmohan's cohorts begin peppering him with threats. Helped by Inspector Sharma (Suresh Oberoi), he goes into the witness protection program with his wife and child, but the cover may not be enough to keep them safe.
- Stars:Vikas Anand, Raj Babbar, Abhi Bhattacharya, Danny Denzongpa, T.P. Jain, Col. Kapoor, Satyendra Kapoor, Mac Mohan, Suresh Oberoi, Yunus Parvez, Smita Patil, Madan Puri, Parikshat Sahni, Anjan Srivastav, Kiran Vairale,
- Director:Ravi Tandon,
- Writer:Shabd Kumar
A journalist, Mehta, on the run from Jagmohan's men, leaves an envelope with singer, Ramprasad Singh, and asks him to deliver it to Inspector J.S. Sharma at Bandra (Bomay) Police Station. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(es) wrote: One of Salman's better movies. Great music.
(ag) wrote: Creepy as shit. It tries to demoralize gaming which is kind of stupid but a very well done documentary.
(it) wrote: Great movie about "the biggest robbery in the history", i.e. how taxpayers have had to bail out the rich corporates with U.S. taxpayer money!
(fr) wrote: It isn't very attractive at the beginning honestly, but the Chemistry between Hal Holbrook and Ray McKinnon slowly comes into effect and makes the movie involving and interesting. Indeed both major characters are flawed yet pathetic to some extent, but that dog is the poorest creature after all! Hal Holbrook masters the loneliness, obsession with his past and strong sentiments towards homeland very well here. He is owed an Oscar nomination.
(de) wrote: Heartwarming story of friendship
(au) wrote: One of my five all-time favorite Japanese films.
(fr) wrote: Slightly sucky. A few normally half decent actors doing a bad job in a worse film. Nice soundtrack.
(gb) wrote: Funny thing about Mr. Vonnegut and the truths of his mind's eye. It's rare enough that anyone spots them at all, much less from so unique an angle as he did. Some of those truths do come through here and that alone is enough to render the film a gem.
(kr) wrote: With some unique and memorable characters, this film is actually more artistic than you'd think.Somewhere between overt and subtle is a gentle aesthetic that guides this film along in a beauty that is rarely seen in cinema (or at least in a way that you might miss if you're not looking for it).
(ca) wrote: Bill Cody(Joel McCrea), a scout, is minding his business before he comes to the rescue of Senator Frederici(Moroni Olsen) and his daughter Louisa(Maureen O'Hara) from a band of rogue Indians, drunk 'on the white man's whiskey,' which is all witnessed by New York Herald reporter Ned Buntline(Thomas Mitchell). That's not the only way Bill proves himself useful as he negotiates a peace between the white man's government and Chief Yellow Hand(Anthony Quinn), whose life Bill once saved and is now worried about the effect the coming railroad will have on his people. However, Bill needs help from Dawn Starlight(Linda Darnell), a schoolteacher, in responding to Louisa's invitation to dinner. While making great use of technicolor, "Buffalo Bill" is uneven at times with odd bursts of awkward comic relief. Overall, it pays repsect to the spirit, if not the person, of Buffalo Bill Cody. Along these same lines, the movie honors the people and traditions of the Indian tribes who acted in self-defense while raising questions about what truly constitutes civilized behavior, especially when it comes to the senseless slaughter of buffalo herds, sometimes more graphically depicted than I was expecting. Sadly, there are also signs that this movie is of the time period it was made, indicated by Linda Darnell being cast as an Indian woman.
(us) wrote: no offense people but this movie sucked 0 stars two thumbs down and yes I've seen it, it was a waste of my life
(ag) wrote: A really good inspiring story about when the young USA ice hockey team beat the odds against the worlds best. Kurt Russell is great.