Naseeb

Naseeb

Naseeb, a story of destiny and fate, begins with a lottery ticket. A drunk who cannot pay his restaurant bill trades his recently purchased ticket with a waiter. Naseeb becomes a poignant story about love, friendship, sacrifice, deceit, revenge and above all, destiny.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1981
  • Language:Hindi
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   fight,   fire,  

Naseeb, a story of destiny and fate, begins with a lottery ticket. A drunk who cannot pay his tab trades his 'winning' ticket to the waiter, Namdev (Pran), instead. Namdev decides to share ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Eliabeth C (nl) wrote: 2.5 stars. This movie just took too long to get started. The run time is 1:35. And it doesn't really get going till about an hour in. So the last 30 minutes was pretty good. But just too little too late. Again another movie where I didn't care for the protagonist. The one bright spot was the roommate who was her friend played by Amanda Fuller. She gave a good performance.

Corriea M (fr) wrote: 12/11/16 1:09p ''The Family Way'' 1966 The subplot with John Mills and Marjorie Rhodes takes the film in an entirely different direction.

Chao W (gb) wrote: A much better version of Crash

Joyce J (ag) wrote: this movie made me want to pose nude for a calender, well not really but i admired the women for doing it

MF J (jp) wrote: This opus of the cult classic trilogy "Qatsi" by legendary cinematographer and film director Godfrey Reggio. This final chapter is unfortunately very disappointing in the inevitable comparison to the original Koyaanisqatsi, released in 1983. Focusing on technology and it's huge influence on our culture, how we have fashioned the world to our desires instead of living symbiotically with it is quite magnificent visually at times but feels terribly empty and slow. The long series of shots on children's faces become a little annoying after a while in my opinion. The strength of the first film was to make us travel and see the vastness and beauty of the world. In this third film , i fail to see the same enchantment in the technological achievements of men. Looking at machines and warehouses does not exactly trigger my mojo, but i agree upon the fact that some may find it fascinating.It was interesting but the film failed to dazzle me as much as the original did.

Jerry D (ca) wrote: This movie wasn't terrible, but wasn't very good either. I have to admit I have never seen the predecessor to this movie and let's be honest, the first is USUALLY always better than the sequels that follow. I am not against giving the original a watch.

Josh B (ru) wrote: I'm not usually one for romantic tragedies but I really liked the book and wondered if any of the movie adaptions were any good. This portrayed the story very well...Liam Neeson did a great job.

Brandon S (ru) wrote: Well paced zombie film great gore effects and likable hero, also pays homage to multiple horror legends.

Ben F (mx) wrote: Classic cult movie, watched it again for the first time in 20 years and it still rocks!

Schati C (nl) wrote: Before Melvin Van Peebles' Sweet Sweetback's Baaadass Song, there was Watermelon Man. (There was actually another before that, but no one cares about it.) Jeff Gerber is an ordinary white suburbanite: he has a wife and two kids, he sells insurance, and though he fancies himself somewhat liberal, he's a bigot--the subtle, more insidious kind than would burn a cross on someone's lawn, but a bigot nonetheless. And one day he wakes up black. Suddenly, everything's different: he isn't allowed in certain establishments where he was once welcome, his neighbors want him to move out, the police harass him wherever he goes, and even his wife cannot accept him. As the days pass and he "new tan" doesn't fade, it becomes more likely that Gerber must accept that he's no longer the status quo. The pace is frenetic, the humor hysterical, and there are many vaudeville touches. It's still subversive, and still relevant. Catch it OnDemand right now!"He stole something. We don't know what, but we'll figure it out."

Brandon W (mx) wrote: Watching this film again as an adult. I can truly appreciate how good this movie is. For the first fully CGI film to focus on a group of toys, it let the creative team get really clever with the story, the dialogue and the characters. Sure, the animation can look dated at some parts, (Sid and his dog) but you get so sucked in by the story that you don?t care. Woody and Buzz Lightyear have some of the best on-screen chemistry in cinematic history and they are just a joy to watch. Some of Disney and Pixar?s best characters they?ve ever created. Overall, this is a great film for all ages.

KJ P (nl) wrote: While a slight improvement of "European Vacation," the (technically) fourth film in the "Vacation" franchise is extremely poor, while still managing to keep us liking it's characters, which is a rare feat. If the cast had been replaced, this film would have been a whole lot worse. The shenanigans that the characters get into are usually the best parts of these films, and there is no exception with that here. Aside from that very little praise I can give the film, "Vegas Vacation" is not only one big commercial for Vegas, but it also says that not matter where a family goes, they can always have fun if they are together. It is definitely the most family friendly of the road trip films (Christmas Vacation notwithstanding). There is really not much to say about this film. It is a lazily written romp about a family visiting Las Vegas that could have easily been better. With a few enjoyable moments, it makes it a more morable sequel than European, but it is still not a good movie in any way shape or form. The "Vacation" films have always been up and down, and this is definitely one of their downs.