Mr. Natwarlal

Mr. Natwarlal

Mr. Natwarlal is a 1979 Hindi Action comedy movie. Produced by Tony Glaad it is directed by Rakesh Kumar. Natwar is just a young boy when his beloved older brother and caretaker, police officer Gridharilal (Ajit), is framed for bribery by sinister criminal mastermind Vikram (Amjad Khan). When he grows up, Natwar (Amitabh Bachchan) creates a secret identity for himself, posing as a powerful and mysterious underworld figure named Mr. Natwarlal, determined to slowly but surely exact vengeance on Vikram. - via Wikipedia ( )

Natwar is just a young boy when his beloved older brother and caretaker, police officer Gridharilal (Ajit), is framed for bribery by sinister criminal mastermind Vikram (Amjad Khan). When ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Paul C (us) wrote: Not as much fun as Priceless and certainly no Amelie, but there is no doubt in my mind that the French make the best romantic comedies these days. They have the right mix of cynicism and humour to make you care about the characters - GB and US just don't know how to make romantic comedies anymore without piling on the too much corniness or over-sentimentality. Audrey Tautou was great in this, as usual - but then I've been a fan since Amelie (my fave film of all time). The character wasn't as nice as some of the characters that she has played and her mother and work colleagues were a nice mix of different personalities. Well-worth checking out.

Mark B (kr) wrote: Everything you want in a conspiracy/betrayal flick. A little long, but quite involving.

Michael S (ru) wrote: My thoughts while watching White Noise: Michael Keaton looks old. Ian McNeice got really fat. Dear God, this is boring!

Wade W (de) wrote: An unforgettable comedy filled with real feelings, heart, genuine laughs, a great cast, and a well-written story.

Sam M (mx) wrote: Quite ridiculous but fun. Films like these, especially back in the 90s, don't need to be taken seriously. Sheen was kinda too good for the role.

John R (us) wrote: November 2009April 2017

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