Musafir (Hindi: मुसाफ़िर Musāfir, translation: Traveller) is a 2004 Hindi thriller film, directed and produced by Sanjay Gupta starring Sanjay Dutt, Anil Kapoor and Sameera Reddy. The film was controversial because of some sensual scenes, including kissing, between Kapoor and Reddy. The film has been described as "a take-off on" Oliver Stone's 1997 thriller, U Turn

A small-time criminal, betrayed by his girlfriend and owing money to a fearsome crime lord, agrees to travel to Goa for a drug deal and becomes involved with a local woman and her much older husband, both of who want to kill each other. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Musafir torrent reviews

Luciano G (jp) wrote: This has more style than substance, but it well put together with an good cast..... it will appeal to a wide audience of those who remember the Eighties and to those who like the idea of the Eighties..... it's a fun watch and a good film to share with friends...

John M (br) wrote: It's entertaining to some degree but hard to actually latch onto any character with Julianne Moore playing all different arcs that don't make sense and the rest of the characters more or less shallow archetypes with the direction playing up a feel good Lifetime feel near the end, there's not too much to watch here.

Paul D (nl) wrote: Poor George Takei! This was terrible. Should have called it Ninja Strippers instead. Terrible writing, terrible fighting, and this director couldn't lead ants to a picnic! Not the best movie I've ever decided to watch.

Danielle S (br) wrote: I love this movie. I'm a big Patricia Richardson fan:-) Anything with Patricia is worth watching.

Mitchell Y (br) wrote: blimey hell, this is pretty accurate to telling the truth on how i feel and describes when i encounter fobs, haha, the funny thing is that i was told the same thing that byron mann told ken leung, I am not chinese, I will never be chinese, i was raised on cheesburgers and pizza" end quote, its funny though, because there are two or four aspects that go into this. The fobs, arue that the american chinese people arent chinese, and that we know nothing of the culture when the american chinese are pouring money into the rebuilding of chinese society. So in term, bruce lee one of the greatest action stars of all time argued that he was american, but white people said he was chinese and an american citizen but not american, so where do we lie? we are abandoned on both sides. Then thers the side of ancestry, haha you mofos, I can trace my lineage to the three kingdoms, so all you motha fuckin fobs can go suck it, so in term on the third side is where i come in, yes im an american citezen i went to public school and had a shitty education, i was raised on ninja turtles and power rangers, as opposed to farming land and a bunch of bound feet and match maker. And here is the fourth side, I am still chinese culturely but mostly american, the chinese part of me, i use chopstiks, practice martial arts, bike to school, and yet the point of action is that through generations i still think like a chinese person although i want like an american. For example I believe in romance, but my chinese abiilyt is to think logically and decipher who or what is there inside. This movie does depict those things, and even has a white girl. Its funny though because there was a conversation in the movie i had with a friend, and its in there.

Mario C (fr) wrote: Amazing woman full of courage and dignity, even after being maltreated and developing 13 personalities! Some very fun and creative. Good job!

Nabendu B (us) wrote: touching story with hard reality

Eric J (ag) wrote: Halfway decent but overly long thriller. Demi Moore was born to play this kind of part

Scott R (ag) wrote: Sad Italy and I didn't like the dogs name.

John P (ca) wrote: If you like Star Wars, you'll probably like it. If you don't like Star Wars, you'll either hate it or like it.

Jesse F (gb) wrote: Heigl plays a psychopath surprisingly well and Wilson does great playing her husband. It's campy and funny. Very enjoyable film.

Mike S (br) wrote: Some good acting and action done from a script written on two cocktail napkins.