Karthik (Varun Sandesh) doesn't believe in love. He is forced to say I Love You to his father's friend's daughter Madhulatha (Preetika Rao). Now he wants to get rid of her. Prasad (Ranadheer) who is an ex-classmate of Madhulatha is in love with her. Karthik wants to get rid of Madhulatha by setting her up with Prasad. The rest of the story is all about how he falls in love with Madhulatha in the process.
- Stars:Varun Sandesh, Preetika Rao, Shweta Prasad, Srinivasa Rao Kota, Vennela Kishore, Ali, Nasser, Pragathi, Surekha Vani,
Karthik (Varun Sandesh) doesn't believe in love. He is forced to say I Love You to his father's friend's daughter Madhulatha (Preetika Rao). Now he wants to get rid of her. Prasad (... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: one of the best films I've ever seen....wish we could be this real in America
(es) wrote: Intelligent and very thought provoking. Loses flow between segments however
(us) wrote: Ummm, probably one of the saddest stories i've seen in awhile.. Not sad meaning depressing. More like sad that people have to live this way. Overall, a decent movie.
(jp) wrote: Despite its title constantly making me think of "Wheel of Fortune," this film has nothing to do with a wheel and everything to do with and interesting true court case. Although Jeremy Irons deservedly won an Oscar for his dastardly performance, this film is all about Ron Silver. His portrayal of Alan Dershowitz is the single source of momentum in the film. Although Glenn Close is a great actress, this is one of the stalest performances that I have seen from her. What do you expect from an actress playing a vegetable? If you have a poor impression of her after this film, just watch Fatal Attraction. This story would be impressive if it was fiction, but the fact that this was a real court case makes it incredible. Despite it's excellent dialogue, the film does drag at points but it's worth it to see the case come together. The highlight of the film is definitely when Jeremy Irons, with the exact inflection as Scar, says You have no idea? verbatim from The Lion King. I wouldn't put it in my Top 100, but "Reversal of Fortune" is definitely an interesting historical court case brought to life on the screen.
(it) wrote: Brilliant !!!!!!!!!!!!!
(br) wrote: Classic 70s flick. Hoffman is fantastic as the ex con who tries to go straight but circumstances wont allow. Great performances from harry dean stanton and M. Emmet Walsh as his bastard of a parole officer