Set in the 16th century AD, the movie brings to life the tale of the doomed love affair between the Mughal Crown Prince Saleem and the beautiful, ill-fated court dancer, whose fervor and intensity perpetrates a war between the prince and his father the great Mughal Emperor Akbar, and threatens to bring an empire to its knees.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1960
  • Language:Urdu
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:king,   epic,   battle,  

Inspired by true events, a 16th century prince falls in love with a court dancer and battles with his emperor father. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mughal-E-Azam torrent reviews

Anthony I (br) wrote: A modern day, cerebral version of The Omen, essentially. It's a study into the mind of a psychopathic school shooter, told from the perspective of the mother. Troubled youths at home have been tackled in films before, but this is an exceptional piece. It's entirely uncomfortable in every aspect, to the point where some of it is just unbearable and dull. Tilda Swinton's performance is stirring.

Brett H (ca) wrote: Unbelievably grotesque with its kills and Chromeskull is definitely a cool-looking villain! The acting is passable I suppose but the writing is definitely lacking, fun time for gorehounds

Karen N (jp) wrote: bad story line......

oy s (gb) wrote: sick nasty immoral messed-up what is america coming to

Mark V (us) wrote: In my review for "Snuff 102" I said that it was nearly realistic enough to be confused for a genuine snuff film. Well, if it weren't for the credits, you'd believe "August Underground" was genuine snuff. The gore effects are some of the best in the genre (on par with the Vomit Gore trilogy) but the film itself drags in between each torture sequence. Doesn't live up to its reputation but still pretty sick. Sadist highlights: The scenes involving the first victim and the brothers.

Andy E (mx) wrote: Could have been quite good if not for all the cliches, visual as well as plot. No depth to give credability or interest. Most areas substandard, acting, direction, photography, script.

Hollie T (fr) wrote: Very few virgins and very few entrails, quite a misleading title if you ask me.

Thomas K (gb) wrote: Alonso Duralde just made note of this on the Linoleum Knife podcast and it brought back just how much I loved this film.

Four Star F (us) wrote: In one of Howard Hawk's best westerns, John Wayne plays a rough and callous cattle rancher who adopts an orphaned boy as his son. Wayne attains his dream of a ranch and yet if he wants to survive he must drive his herd somewhere to make a profit. Despite the hardships, the now fanatical Wayne will not turn back or budge on his convictions. As often happens, a conflict builds between Wayne and his son (Monty Clift), ending in Clift taking charge of the herd. The young cow herder succeeds in leading the cattle and yet his step-father is now bent on revenge. In the final showdown the two men face off one against the other. However, by the end their true feelings are revealed and they are reconciled. Overall this is a good western with a supporting cast including Walter Brennan and Noah Beery Jr.

Private U (us) wrote: Too corny for some but I like it. :)

Darrel H (ca) wrote: The movie was very surprising though it got bad reviews I found that the film was a very good psychological thriller.

EQ R (br) wrote: Films like this have lately become a dime a dozen. Since "Buried", the "set in one space" genre has taken flight but only the most creative script and talented actor(s) can pull it off. In this film the story, characters and direction drive the film and is only propelled by the amazing performance from the two leads. The intensity they infuse in their characters make me believe that I'm there with them. I'm not a big fan of Fogler but he plays his more serious role very well. The ending is also done right and will definitely send you reeling and thinking about what you just seen over again. B

Chad E (gb) wrote: This story is exceptionally well told. It captures the emotion without over sensationalizing the harsh reality, fears and spiritual experiences from these two missionaries. My wife and I saw it and I later took my 11 year old and 8 year old. We will own this movie on DVD when it comes out.