Maine Dil Tujhko Diya

Maine Dil Tujhko Diya

Ayesha (Sameera Reddy) is the elder daughter of rich business tycoon Mr. Verma (Kabir Bedi), an overprotective father who's kept his two daughters away from modern influences. Ayesha goes to college and comes in contact with Ajay (Sohail Khan), the leader of a group called Aryans, responsible for handling the security at the college. Ajay's soft-spoken nature and humble, down-to-earth attitude soon make Ayesha his most ardent admirer.

A prominent and very wealthy businessman named Mr. Varma lives a middle class life with his two daughters. The eldest one named Ayesha Verma is expected to marry Varma's friend and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Maine Dil Tujhko Diya torrent reviews

Ryan B (it) wrote: The best documentary of the year. Hoop Dreams meets The Kids Grow Up, this is a highly engrossing look at two young black boys as they navigate their way through school and into adulthood. Heartbreaking yet inspiring, it rivals most narrative films in dramatic scope while never feeling false or contrived. For people who enjoy movies like the Up Series, this film is a masterwork.

wedstarfish 8 (jp) wrote: Better than the 2nd one, but still boring most of the time and poorly edited

Daryl D (gb) wrote: Its the gay version of the twilight zone! Loved the cast!

PJ P (us) wrote: Nothing very bad about this run-of-the-mill British gangster movie. But not really worth going out of your way for. Unless you really like this sort of thing (and gosh! you must know by now) in which case it'll seem ok though.

David E (de) wrote: After watching the trailer (which was such a rush), I had to see this film and I did! Directed by Katherine Bigelow, "Strange Days" features lots of fast paced action, great acting, pretty cool music (especially toward the ending), and a very interesting/engaging story of the mysterious murder of a prostitute involving SQUID discs (devices that record a person's memories and physical sensations that users experience), all set in a then-futuristic, yet chaotic Los Angeles. An underrated science fiction film, "Strange Days" will leave you entertained!

Kyle K (de) wrote: crappy. poor story, poor acting, poor direction.

Benjamin J (it) wrote: A side order of eggs for this ham please! The movie itself is meant to be tongue in cheek (which is good, because otherwise the cock-er-ney "gaw blimey guvna" character would just be the worst choice of casting anyone could ever make and the careers of all involved should have been put to an end).Even though we can defend this movie's obvious flaws by saying that it's 1) a spoof and 2) old, it is still painful to watch in places. What saves it is the sheer majesty of the direction. Even back then, every shot is perfectly constructed. Not a hair is placed accidentally. OK, the editing is absolutely shocking. There were several moments where seemingly random jump cuts from people in the house, to trains, to close ups, to long shots made me feel like I was watching a flick book being operated by someone who'd been in an accident with a printing press. But those jump cuts did contain glimpses of perfectly constructed scenes that were a joy to behold, and the brevity of the film (a mere 64 minutes) means that it doesn't stick around long enough to become really annoying.A brilliant chance to see the early days of the finest director Hollywood and the UK ever saw. Even if it isn't great, you can see moments of greatness in it.

Tyler R (br) wrote: It was a passable 90s action movie. The plot was basic. The action very very gritty and violent. There was a lot more humor in the movie then I was expecting.

Jackson D (ru) wrote: Heavy Traffic has a sense of confidence you don't see often. Wacky characters, surreal environments, and a unique blend of animation and live action shots. This movie almost feels real in just how exaggerated it is.