Karan (Alok Nath) lives in a small house with his only daughter, Suman (Bhagyashree). He decides to travel overseas in Dubai, in the Persian Gulf, so that he can accumulate enough wealth to get his daughter married. He decides to leave his daughter with his friend, Kishen Kumar choudhury (Rajiv Verma), wife Mrs. Kaushalya (Reema Lagoo), and son Prem (Salman Khan). Prem is supposed to marry Seema (Pervin Dastur), who is the only daughter of Kishen's business partner, Ranjeet (Ajit Vachani). But Prem falls in love with Suman. He woos her until she also falls in love with him. Kaushalya approves of Suman, but Kishan does not, and asks her to get out of his house and life, as he feels that she has taken advantage of his hospitality. Karan returns and is enraged at Kishan's behaviour. Prem is unhappy with his dad's decision, and he decides to leave home and be near Suman.
Writer:S.M. Ahale (story), Sooraj R. Barjatya (dialogue), Sooraj R. Barjatya (screenplay)
Kishen Kumar Chaudhary and Karan are family like friends, when Kishen's wife Mrs. Kaushalya gives birth to a baby boy Prem, Karan helps the couple bring up there child with out- most care. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jason C (jp) wrote: The fact that this film is not certified fresh and the terrible Ghostbusters was, goes to show you that critics don't have better taste than anyone else does. This film is genuinely funny with wonderful dialogue, fires on all cylinders from beginning to end, and is a comedic highlight in both of these actors' careers.
Mark A (ru) wrote: I'm not nearly as familiar with Indian mythology (even less so than the narrators of this film, who provide an interesting commentary on the formation of cultural myths and legends), but I'm pretty sure the central message of this movie is "women are idiots, and nothing without a man" (that fact, combined with its story being stolen from an old epic poem, makes one wonder how Disney never hijacked that train). Sita, as a product of Treta Yugan Indian society, can be forgiven her morbid devotion to her husband, Rama, but her modern parallel Nina, who hails from the considerably more progressive Twenty-First Century San Francisco, is an icon of anti-feminist behaviour (then again, maybe we need to read between the lines: her *San*Fransiscan* husband seems to have no interest in her as a *woman*...).However, misogyny aside, Sita has three awesome points that make it worth watching: hypnotically eclectic animation, sublime music, and an epic battle between a monkey army and a demon army. I have to believe that if they'd titled this film "Monkey Army vs. Demon Army", it would outgross "Gone With the Wind".
Carlos M (br) wrote: A gory, trashy cult classic of the genre with an interesting (and very disturbing) idea, fascinating villains and a great makeup that stands out above all else, yet on the other hand the poor special effects and cheesy moments make it feel like a second-rate horror movie.
Chris W (ru) wrote: Based on the Broad way musical of the same name, this is the epic story of finding the balance between tradition and progress. It's set in the Orthodox Jewish section of the tiny Russian ghetto town called Anatevka in the early 1900s. This film is a bit overlong, and a little boring here and there, but aside from that, it is wonderful. It works better as a stage production, but it's still fine as a film. For the longest time, everything I knew about Jewish culture came from this film. It's portrayal of the Jewish people and culture (specifically Russian Jews) is quite accurate by many accounts, but a little laughable and stereotypical if taken out of context. I really like this movie, and it is one of my favorite musicals, but this isn't something I can bring myself to watch very often. It's a good story, but man, it's so depressing. I guess in the long run the story has a happier ending, but if you discount that, it's got a very bittersweet conclusion that seems to further reinforce the idea that Jews have such a miserable and downbeat history. The acting is mostly pretty great. Some are better than others, though. It was controversial to cast him, but Topol makes for a great Tevye. It would have been awesome had they gotten Zero Mostel to reprise the role though. The music is basically the star of the show, and it's essentially flawless..unless you don't like musicals. If that's the case though, then you have no business watching this. I also really love the sets, costumes, and the camera work. The attention to detail is fantastic, and things just look gorgeous. I'll conclude this review with an interesting story: my dad, good Roman Catholic man that he is, enjoys this story so much that he tried to persuade my mom to name me Lazar Wolf instead of the name I ended up with. That's awesome.
Shawn W (au) wrote: yeah this movie rocks...it moves at agreat pace and it has a great message...the acting is first rate and the filmaking is as well good stuff!
Andy F (fr) wrote: Tough hitting second film in the Dirty Harry series. The cat gets out of the bag a little too early and the climax is a little humdrum. Although time has been kind to the movie, it has been copied so often since, that some of its impact has been lost in the passage of time.
Paul D (ru) wrote: An ordinary mafia thriller, but Dolph Lundgren makes a good job of things in this one.
bill s (es) wrote: What a bunch of unlikable people with just a lot of blah,blah friggin blah.....who gives a crap..
Matthew H (us) wrote: Suffering from a rushed through screenplay and a kooky feel to it, this movie is like a kid who had to much caffeine: unpredictable, unsettling, and clumsy.