Jeevan Dhaara

Jeevan Dhaara

Mr. Shrivastav abandons his family for a life of hermitage. His family struggles to carry on financially in his absence, with two daughters: Sangeeta and Geeta forced to carry the burden of employment, while their brother Ashok gambles their earnings away.

An overwhelmed Mr. Shrivastav is unable to shoulder the responsibility of raising and looking her his wife, two daughters, and one son, he leaves home, and decides to be a celibate hermit. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jason S (br) wrote: A fairly decent, direct to dvd, horror movie. Not the best, but acceptable.

Ollie W (us) wrote: Very stylish and well acted - Phone manages to be scary and atmospheric despite it's limited premise and fairly standard execution. An unspectacular edition to the great catalogue of timeless Asian Horror, but an enjoyable one nonetheless.

Naoko I (nl) wrote: so sweet; fun to watch the five dorkie boys trying to do a synchronized swimming, which is, in japan, really a 'woman sports'. the film has so many good by-players, such as Naoto Takenaka.

Jim B (br) wrote: one of my favorite movies. Ever.

Kurt M (ru) wrote: One of the worst adaptations ever made of an anime film--and that takes work! Mark Hamill should be ashamed to have ever starred in this flick.

Taly A (de) wrote: Ha ha! Very comic and cool!

Melinda M (jp) wrote: Chuck Norris is awesome!!!

Alex W (ca) wrote: I could really relate to the characters in this movie which is more than what I can say for most movies. Refreshing to see teenagers that aren't hormone-driven superficial idiots for once. Very real and down-to-earth without any sugarcoating.

Joe K (ag) wrote: Surprisingly fun and dramatic sci-fi adventure for yesterday's and today's marijuana culture. Quirky new age law "enforcement" character, Ranger Dave, is a kick! Honest conversation about vets, PTSD, and cannabis adds substance (ha ha). Worth the watch :)

Kat W (es) wrote: Interesting movie! Needed more of the story of what happened to Taylor's real mom and why she was such a psycho.