Arvind Chauhan and Lakhsmi are in love with each other. Lakhsmi's dad, a senior police inspector, hates Arvind, and so Arvind and Lakshmi decide to elope

Arvind Chauhan (Vivek Oberooi) and Lakhsmi (Antara Mali) are in love with each other. Lakhsmi's dad, a senior police inspector, hates Arvind, and so Arvind and Lakshmi decide to elope and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Gordon H (ag) wrote: A Nice Twist on the Tarzan LegendOriginally Written July 1, 2016--It's been nearly a decade since Tarzan (Alexander Skarsgrd), also known as John Clayton III, left Africa to live in Victorian England with his wife, Jane (Margot Robbie). Danger lurks on the horizon as Leon Rom (Christoph Waltz), a treacherous envoy for King Leopold (Jim Broadbent), devises a scheme that lures the couple to the Congo. Rom plans to capture Tarzan and deliver him to an old enemy in exchange for diamonds. When Jane becomes a pawn in his devious plot, Tarzan must return to the jungle to save the woman he loves.This film provided a nice twist on the Tarzan legend. Instead of just showing us how the son of John Clayton II became the "ape man," fell in love with a girl named Jane, and eventually left Africa with her to reclaim his birthright, this intense and exciting film picks up some ten years after all of that happened. When George Washington Williams (Samuel L. Jackson) asks Lord Greystoke as a personal favor to accompany him on a mission to the Congo to discover what the Belgians are really doing with the property they own there, he initially declines. But after realizing how much his wife, Jane, wants to return, we are given a dual story line---one that shows, in flashbacks, the Tarzan legend we're all familiar with, along with another one that shows just how desperate the situation in the Congo has become. Jackson is most definitely the best part about this movie because he provides a fresh take on the Tarzan story, while at the same time giving some fantastic comic relief. I really liked this movie and I think you will too. Four-and-a-half stars.

Eric W (au) wrote: This movie is both a superb romance and an excellent political thriller. It's about two believable, flesh and blood gay men whose love is confined by the insane conventions of the age-old Palestinian-Israeli crisis. The acting is outstanding from both leads. You believe in their love and the restrictions of their lives. The directing and writing is top-notch. The film's pacing is perfect. Don't miss this one. For me, it's one of the brst movies of any genre in years.

Mirkku S (gb) wrote: Very entertaining movie with great music and message. As a gamer I truly loved it.

Gabrielle V (au) wrote: trash.... so horrible... but I love it.

Joseph L (es) wrote: Not only does Iron Man 3 gives us that stupid twist in the middle, but like the second film, it doesn't bring anything new or solid towards the MCU.

Shane J (ca) wrote: It exists breaks no new ground and adds nothing new to the horror genre. What you call average all round. I wouldn't recommend not watching it just switch the brain off and don't expect a masterpiece

Skye E (it) wrote: A movie that pleasantly surprised me and has stayed with me longer than most big-budget films!

Blake D (br) wrote: Inspirational and charming film

Sapphire G (mx) wrote: This was a really nice, feel-good movie, the dancing was great. I'm glad the story didn't take the turn I was fearing. Richard Gere was spectacular in one of his usual lovable characters. Stanley Tucci was hilarious, I just love that guy.

Maggie B (us) wrote: This film did not engage me initially. The introduction of some "eerie" music at odd times seemed almost too much. I think I would have preferred that it be left out altogether. Surprising turn of events. Did not like it as much as Short Cuts but found it interesting and thought-provoking.

Tim E (nl) wrote: An intriguing story of church vs. state, some terrific acting, and a runtime that is unjustifiably too long.

Allan C (kr) wrote: Familiar juvenile delinquent story is made better than average by a fine cast that includes John Cassavetes, Sal Mineo, James Whitmore and future director Mark Rydell. Tight, tough direction from the always reliable Don Siegel also helps the film rise above it's unoriginal script and modest budget.

Paul G (ag) wrote: I would love to see such an old classic!

Cedric L (kr) wrote: Not as good as people say it is but wonderfully acted and fun.

bill s (ru) wrote: Nice to look at and just enough cheese but with zero substance.