A bus is setting out to Calcutta from a village in West Bengal. Meenakshi Iyer, who is from a strict orthodox Hindu background, is leaving to Chennai for her husband, with her young child, after the vacation with her parents. By chance, she gets a co-passenger who is also to Chennai, Rajah, a photographer, introduced by one of the friends of her father. During the journey they build a good relationship. But a Hindu-Muslim communal riot sets out in the meantime, in some areas they had to travel. Then she comes to face the fact that Rajah is not a Hindu but a Muslim whose real name is Jehangir. Even though she curses herself at that time while some Hindu fanatics evade their bus she saves him introducing as Mr. Iyer. But they have to reach their destination while the other passengers know Rajah as no one else but Mr. Iyer.
Rob R (us) wrote: Entertaining movie about an activity I still do not fully understand. Still, the movie fails to tell how they came up with a million? And why is the money in U.S. when the tournament is being held in Germany?
Bud L (fr) wrote: kinda like 28 days later
John K (mx) wrote: Uninspired with a confusing story line. The film editing is really poor.
Ian M (nl) wrote: It's probably a load of old pants, but I still wanna see it!
Abraham S (ca) wrote: the worst piece of crap since son of the mask.
Al H (jp) wrote: Two girls in a summer unforgettable story.
Leigh R (mx) wrote: Very offbeat. No real opinion on it, except I did manage to get through it all and I don't hate it. It was... alright.
Li L (jp) wrote: Absolutely hilarious. Classic Stephen Chiau with alot more inside Hong Kong jokes. Even if you are more used to his Western style of his modern films, you will still get a kick out of his slapstick comedic performance. The Hong Kong Chaplin!
Mallory A (br) wrote: There literally must have been cocaine residue on every strip of this film.
Emily G (ag) wrote: Weird as all hell. Loved the subtitles.
Alex D (mx) wrote: Honestly I think this may just be one of my new favorite movies. Everything to me was just perfect. The story was intricate and told through flashbacks but simultaneously in the present. And boy o boy how I loved the cinematography. A lot of really nice framing and moving shots that make the films more dialogue heavy sections more interesting and the action scenes much more intense. Probably the most emotionally charged samurai film I have seen.