When Durga's husband speaks out against the tyrannical rule of his brother, Durjan Singh, he is mercilessly killed, and Durga and her two children, Karan and Arjun, are left destitute. Durga brings up her sons without informing them of their heritage nor of the death of their father, but they soon find out when the elder Thakur decides to invite Durga back into his household. This does not auger well with Durjan Singh, and he has the elder Thakur killed. When he finds out about Durga, he goes to end her life, but her sons spring up to defend her, only to get themselves killed. Alone, destitute more than ever, and devastated, Durga loses her mind, and prays to God to bring her sons back so that they can avenge her humiliation, and the death of their father. Seventeen years later, two youth re-enter her life, they do look like her sons, and are ready to take on Durjan Singh, but will they also meet the same fate as Karan, Arjun, and their father? Written by rAjOo ([email protected])
Writer:Sachin Bhowmick, Ravi Kapoor, Anwar Khan (dialogue)
Karan and Arjun reincarnate in the different parts of the country. But the faith of their previous mother brings them together in order to avenge their death. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
John R (au) wrote: A clever, (but never too clever) exploration of a married couple heading to a weekend retreat to try and reconcile their marriage. The surreal device that underpins the plot makes for a pleasantly odd and charming watch.
Anya S (de) wrote: Could not even finish it. It was so boring.
Jeannine H (kr) wrote: I love Toni Collette
Charlotte N (gb) wrote: This movie was shocking and weird. But I like it and I don't regret watching it, I still remember it well. It was nothing like anything I've seen before and quite sexy. About kids fucking each other without any feelings...
David G (ag) wrote: I HATE myself for watching this.
Paul K (au) wrote: I liked this better than 'I am Love' which we also watched recently. Both are about women who cheat on their husbands, with a feminist subtext suggesting that they have unfulfilled lives as wives and mothers. While Tilda Swinton is ice cold in the Italian movie, here Kristin Scott-Thomas is passionate in a French movie. The narrative is told in a very straightforward way, although the opening tease has a twist. No further spoilers. Not a very nice story, but very watchable.
Spencer C (de) wrote: Absolutely fantastic. One of the most underrated movies of all time, it's absolutely hysterical.
Chris A (kr) wrote: Wasn't a big one at the box office but creative in it's plot nonetheless. Trying to resume his career was Rob Lowe, after his sex scandal. He did a great job as a psychotic drifter, and James Spader was good as a timid business man, semingly afraid of his own shadow. I think a different role for Spader because nowadays, he plays brash lawyer types with swagger.
Brian F (au) wrote: Lives up to its title, at least. Good performances.
Evan H (es) wrote: This movie is cheesy beyond recognition! Divine was nominated for Worst Actor in this movie (and I can see why.) The whole movie tries to be funny, when in fact it's not remotely funny. Divine parades around in rags and gets to sing one horrible song for what seems less than one minute. It's worth seeing for the badness of it.
Shauna S (kr) wrote: Boris Karloff in this movie was what Genewilder did for Blazing Saddles. But only a mediocre version.