Khal Nayak

Khal Nayak

Ballu (Sanjay Dutt), a notorious, cunning, and unscrupulous criminal who's wanted by the police for a plethora of murders and thefts. Bright and ambitious Inspector Ram (Jackie Shroff) finally arrests him, only to have Ballu escape right under his nose. So Ram's lovely girlfriend Ganga (Madhuri Dixit) volunteers to go undercover, to trap Ballu and help restore Ram's reputation. Things get more complicated, however, when Ballu falls for her, and she finds that she isn't entirely immune to his charms.

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Khal Nayak torrent reviews

Katerina J (kr) wrote: how can you see it? I really wanna see it badly

Tabitha L (br) wrote: For those of you who said that the plot had nothing to it, and the music was bad... were you watching the same movie? The plot was the best I've seen for ANY movie, since it wasn't a remake, and it wasn't as straightforward. It didn't limit itself to horrible acting where the only saving grace is a scene of nudity or gore. This movie had an actual STORY one that involved quite a bit of thought. It had many asking questions, and even wondering, who is the bad guy in the movie? Nowadays everything is explosions, sex, slash, and dumbed down garbage. At LEAST this movie is original and is entertaining, if not with the plot, then with the music! Considering for me it's the best movie out there, had a low budget where even those working in the movie were pitching in, and was started from a 12 minute stage play, is just astounding on it's own. Not to mention the acting was wonderful on many levels. Now, I will say it is not as out there as The Rocky Horror Picture show. It is interesting, but in a different way, the only thing those two movies have in common is there is music... so I don't know why people make that comparison. In my opinion it is very much Phantom of the Opera and the crow. Some of you must have missed the finer points if you didn't think thought was put into this. Aside from a scheming 'king', of apocalyptic Manhattan who, the more I think about it, put thought into HIS plans for a very long time (years), to the duality of Nathan/Repo, the ties between all of them and Mag, everyone's individual story, and little things such as the beetle in the graveyard, zydrate, and joan jett being involved... honestly, from the big details to the small, what says that this had no thought? This is brilliant. It even has philosophical questions based on ethics and morals, vanity, good and evil... I could go on and on. Five minutes of this movie has more substance than any Michael Bay film, for certain (yes a huge stretch because they aren't the same genre or anything, but it does make a point)... sort of, anything has more substance than a Michael Bay film... I'm just glad to have found something original. Add in the fact that Sarah brightman, who was married to Andrew Lloyd Webber, world renowned soprano was in the same movie as joan jett should be enough to peak anyone's interest.

Barry N (br) wrote: This film makes this puppy even more adorable.

Ro D (br) wrote: beautiful story i really love it

Naomi B (ru) wrote: Great plot, well-acted. Very enjoyable film; I love that it's real-time!

MF J (br) wrote: Great film, good cast, great set up and cool soundtrack. Why oh why Eddie Murphy doesn't direct more of his own films? This one is the proof that mister Murphy can handle many jobs on set. One can only hope he'll return soon to both acting and directing some more interesting projects such as this beautifully done Harlem Nights.

Shawn W (nl) wrote: It's an interesting movie, but Bruce Campbell as a bumbling Van Helsing character and David Carradine as the head of the peaceful vampire faction are the only things that make this movie watchable.

Philip L (mx) wrote: not much to say about this one. watch, take it in, and beware the feelings that follow.

John M (au) wrote: Barely funny "comedy" that leaves the great duo of Pryor and Wilder literally fending for themselves. Given little to work with by an almost laugh-free script, our two stars try as hard as they can to provide laughs on their own. But, little can be done. Plus, the movie is 20 minutes overlong at least. Sidney Poitier's presence isn't felt at all. He just gets his shots done and that's it. Very disappointing. And, a tremendous waste of talent.

Jason S (kr) wrote: One of my absolute favorite romantic comedies. This better than any other film has displayed what it's like (for me at least) to get over someone.

Michael L (br) wrote: AWFUL! Worst of the series....kept waiting for it to get better...IT DIDN'T!

Cherif N (es) wrote: Nice, despite the fact it's totally predictable.