Kajraare is a Bollywood film, released on October 15, 2010. The film is directed by Pooja Bhatt and stars Himesh Reshammiya and Mona Laizza. Himesh plays a singer who falls in love with a bar dancer and the film centralizes on how they find true love. It is the first Hindi film to be shot in Petra, "the eighth wonder of the world
- Stars:Himesh Reshammiya, Mona Lizza, Amrita Singh, Gulshan Grover, Javed Sheikh, Veeru Krishnan, Natasha Sinha, Gaurav Chanana, Adnan Shah, Anupam Shyam, Ahsan Baksh, Loveena Lodh, Jasmin M. Sheikh, Mohammed Kazi, Rachel Gurjar,
- Director:Pooja Bhatt,
- Writer:Mahesh Bhatt, Shagufta Rafique (dialogue), Sameer (lyrics)
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Kajraare torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: It's total cringe. It's awful. Yet it's funny. Knowing that David Brent isn't real makes it funny. If this were a real documentary, he would have been locked up, but as it's about a made up character it means you can laugh at his awkwardness, his total lack of social tact, and his annoying half-laugh. Ricky Gervais has described this movie as his Spinal Tap, but it's much closer to Bad News meets Anvil. (Sorry, only Brits of a certain age will know who Bad News are.)The only reason I didn't give this movie a higher rating is because of the last 3 minutes, although I also concede that it did wrap it up nicely.
(ru) wrote: Iceland, Icelandic ponies. Droll, sardonic, and of its place. Definitely not Hollywood, and all the better for that. A story of a community, and a light touch comedy. Lots to discover here about rural Icelandic culture. I'm glad I don't live there.
(nl) wrote: this is one of my favorite shows as well as movies to watch The Penguins of Madagascar the hilarious and I like their situational comedy they use in each and every show and movie keep making them they're great
(nl) wrote: I watched this while another movie with similiar title (The Horsemen) almost back to back. This is better in certain aspects of being more real than the latter.
(fr) wrote: I think the studio decided to go without a director for this movie. All the elements of a fun film, and somehow it ended up being a chore to watch. Seems as if they were afraid the plot would be too difficult to understand, so they dumbed-down the role of the 3 main kids to the level of annoying stupidity. I wonder if the sequel is still on.
(au) wrote: One of those low level humour comedies, but it will certainly have you laughing.
(ca) wrote: This thriller's plot is rather intrigued and it almost tricked audiences until the twist at the end which revealed it all.
(ca) wrote: It's far from excellent, but it's definitely underrated
(mx) wrote: Man....it was one hell of a trip but it was amazing. Paprika is a mind bending sci-fi movies. It is one of those movies that needs to watch more than once to understand the idea and message of the movie. But still you cannot fully understand the whole thing because it is mind bending, unpredictable, and pretty complicated. There are a lot of things that I don't understand in this movie but I like it anyway. I love this movie.
(fr) wrote: David Carradine posing as a wealthy Count (who is really the infamous Count Dracula) decides that killing and drinking the blood of humans needs to end, so he gathers most of the remaining vampires and builds a small western town in the middle of nowhere. It's got all of the small town essentials, including a industrial synthetic blood distribution laboratory. The developer and his family take a trip down to the town to put the finishing touches and, along with a few various other humans, become entangled in a battle of vampires between the peaceful ones and ones who want to go back to killing humans. Aside from the occasional hilarity that happens throughout this movie, we are graced with a drunken Davide Carradine slurring his lines (watch the DVD special feature interview with Bruce Campbell to learn more; fucking hilarious), M. Emmet Walsh who is a hoot (yes, I said hoot!), and the almighty Bruce Campbell who plays a descent of Van Helsing and turns in a very campy and comical role. I waited a long time to watch this movie and, while it wasn't as great as I had hyped myself up to believe it was, it managed to still entertain me quite a bit. Good stuff.
(jp) wrote: Probably the only dubbed stand-alone remake worth watching...EVER. Classic.
(ag) wrote: I was fine with this movie for a bit then, for some reason, the movie just fell off a fucking cliff. I must have noticed how poorly written the movie was and how shitty the characters were. The poor acting didn't help matters either, especially by Jamie Bell, who, either gets cast in movies with shitty actors that make him look good by comparison or he has improved a hell of a lot. You've never heard a man sound less inspired to act. He was just there to deliver lines and that was IT. He didn't bring anything to the table other than delivering his lines in an unconvincing manner. The rest of the cast wasn't that good, Andy Serkis was a "highlight", if you can call it that, because his characters was a fucking stereotype. There's also the matter of leaving a lot unanswered. Now this would work in a well written movie (or tv show) as a way to create intelligent debates between the viewers and see which theories arise. It doesn't work when the movie is fucking shit, who's gonna debate a shitty movie. Just a word of advice. I remember watching this movie a long ass time ago and thinking it was good, how wrong I was. Quite shit, this movie was, quite shit.
(es) wrote: I love this story! Recommended by a dear friend, I enjoyed this immensely ~
(kr) wrote: great roles done by these two
(it) wrote: Worth the watch. Does the job despite all the trimmings of a hallmark channel movie.
(ru) wrote: Yeah, this was a good movie, but then kinda boring at the same time.
(gb) wrote: One of the most insulting superhero films ever made. It left me incensed after watching it. Anything interesting that involves Christopher Reeve, Annette O' Toole, and any of the old gang that's interesting at all is taken over by a plot with Richard Pryor being more annoying than funny (comedians don't belong in superhero movies anyway), villains that are copycats of the villains from the first two films, and a desire to be so comedic that makes it even more insulting, as this film followed two of the best superhero movies ever made that took them selves seriously enough. Richard Donner would be fuming.