Rajiv comes from a very wealthy family, and lives in a palatial home with his mother, who would like him to get married to a beautiful young woman named Vijaya Singh, the only daughter of Thakur Ajay Singh. But Rajiv is in love with a woman named Rajni, who is an orphan and has no family background. When Rajiv mentions this to his mother, she opposes this marriage, but relents when she meets with Rajni and sees that she is a indeed a beautiful woman. Both get married and live harmoniously for quite some time - until the arrival of Bhairo Nnath a religious man, who is capable of controlling snakes. He informs Rajiv's mom that the woman, Rajni, is a shape-shifting venomous snake who has married Rajiv to avenge the death of her spouse years ago when Rajiv was a child. What Rajiv's mom does not know that Bhairavnath has a secret agenda in entrapping Rajni, a secret This movie to be followed by a sequel called "Nigahen: Nagina Part II".
Writer:Jagmohan Kapoor (story), Ravi Kapoor (screenplay), Achala Nagar (dialogue)
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Barry K (ru) wrote: After seeing Comcast's description calling this an "unforgettable, retro comedy" I had to come back and write just how completely horrible this movie is. If the goal was to be this writer's "The Way, Way Back" or similar coming of age story, the term "EPIC FAIL" seems most appropriate. I question the mental state of the few big names that participated, but until a project is complete, I could understand giving more credit that something will turn out well than the finished product merits.
Mark K (au) wrote: Big Jason mewes fan but this is a huge misfire.
Joffrey H (gb) wrote: I saw this a few years ago and again now. It was as hilarious as before, silly with so so acting like the first but excellent. Oh and did I mention eye-candy too :)
Pascal T (es) wrote: Just saw this again for the second time and it is brilliant! This film is half-documentary, half dance show like I've never seen dancing! a must see for anyone who is interested in performance art!
Kevin M (br) wrote: beautiful edgeless fantasy
TroiAnne M (fr) wrote: I'm sorry, but I just have to say that I didn't enjoy this movie. I rated it two stars because it made me laugh in a couple parts, but overall it was slow and seemed so pointless, especially after her choice at the end. And throughout the whole movie I wanted to rip her hair out and give her a wig or something! Or nothing at all. Being bald would've been a lot better than having hair like that!
Emily S (jp) wrote: My absolute favorite
John K (gb) wrote: Like the Matrix with The Terminator villain. Crowe steals the show, while Denzel sort of phones in his performance. A video-game of a movie that has only some glitzy effects to wow the viewer, but in the end very 2-dimensional -- like a video-game.