A dash of style with loads of attitude and a hunger to reach the stars, Lafangey Parindey is about a group of youngsters living in the backstreets of Mumbai. It is an unusual love story of Nandu (Neil Nitin Mukesh) and Pinky (Deepika Padukone) whose path to love is paved by friendship, grit and hope.
- Stars:J.K. Simmons, Cara Seymour, Lou Taylor Pucci, Scott Adsit, James Urbaniak, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Deepika Padukone, Vijay Adhav, Manish Chaudhary, Juhi Chawla, Namit Das, Shiamak Davar, Javed Jaffrey, Pankaj Jha, Kay Kay Menon, Piyush Mishra, Palomi, Ameya Pandya, Rahul Pendkalkar, Vinay Sharma,
- Director:Pradeep Sarkar,
- Writer:Swanand Kirkire (lyrics), Gopi Puthran (story, screenplay and dialogue)
Nandu a fighter helps Pinky blind girl in fulfilling her dream but will she ever know that the reason of losing her eyesight was Nandu? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Lafangey Parindey torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: "Mary Kom" is not really a biopic because it only seems to be loosely based on the life of Mangte Chungneijang Mary Kom, "a five-time World Amateur Boxing champion, and the only woman boxer to have won a medal in each one of the six world championships" (Wikipedia). That is a pity - what I read about the real story of the still-active boxer is even more interesting than its masala version. The movie still is enjoyable, thanks to Priyanka Chopra's energetic performance and the fine camerawork.
(au) wrote: Surprisingly enjoyable.
(kr) wrote: In the box it says that is very funny. Well, it may be, but I personally dislike the majority of jokes in the movie. It's really sad. Can't believe how it finally ends for her. Got a little bit angry at that.
(ru) wrote: Tan genial como imperfecta, a pesar de la poca tiene planos irrepetibles
(ca) wrote: It's so cool to be able to remember the whole movie for months.
(br) wrote: It takes a few seconds for us to realize we are watching Pierre Fresnay's life unravel before our eyes like the knitted sweater so comically attached to his dinner jacket. With even less drama, we bear witness to the emergence of cinematic technique that will serve Hitchcock well for the next forty years. In real life, shocking events take time to register - a natural protective device Hitchcock employs frequently to control tension.The second of seven Gaumont British Picture Corp films, The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) contributes distinctively to the growing Hitchcock legend. The East End London "Sidney Street Siege", scored only by popping gunfire remains a classic to this day.
(jp) wrote: I like this movie. A good story and good acting. There were some funny parts and some action as well.