An uninhibited youth woos the hottest about-to-be-married college girl. He rises to become a rock-star - then self-destructs.
- Stars:Aryan, Bijukuttan, Fahadh Faasil, Indrans, John, Thezni Khan, Salim Kumar, Rupa Manjari, Manu, Prajan, Ranbir Kapoor, Nargis Fakhri, Shammi Kapoor, Shikha Jain, Jaideep Ahlawat, Aditi Rao Hydari, Piyush Mishra, Moufid Aziz, Sushil Dahiya, Ram Menon, Kumud Mishra, Shreya Narayan, Shernaz Patel, Paritosh Sand, Sanjana Sanghi,
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Carlton D (gb) wrote: This movie is way better than it should be. It you want to laugh and be entertained for 1 hr and 32 min. Check it out, MUTHFUCKA!
Private U (de) wrote: Great dvd of the best wester out there
Shruti B (jp) wrote: I love Shiney Ahuja's charachter (Vikram) in this movie. He has his shades of greys, but only as a rational person in pursuit of his ambitions. Inspite of all what goes around, his priority is his love for Geeta which is true and remains unchanged.
Jack D (es) wrote: Entrando de lleno al gnero infantil, el espectador no termina de ser atrapado por la trama que es un tanto simple.
Giovanni M (gb) wrote: A romantic's wet dream.
Byron B (kr) wrote: want to see this because it won best foreign film with the NBR and best foreign-language film at the oscars
Wahida K (es) wrote: 1. ecstatic joy or delight. 2. a state of extreme sexual ecstasy. 3. the feeling of being transported to another sphere of existence. 4. the experience of being spirited away to Heaven just before the Apocalypse.
Robbie M (de) wrote: Absolutely delectable trash cinema, with a hysterically terrible lead performance. The weird thing is that the melodrama is interspersed with fascinating, if often unprofessionally shot, footage of real carnies setting up and breaking down gigs. Good stuff. The ending--an editorially heinous "Freaks" homage (sorry, word!)--is as awful as one could hope for.
Grant S (es) wrote: Unscrupulous, selfish, smooth-talking LA car dealer Charlie Babbitt (Tom Cruise) is informed that his estranged father has just died. He travels to Cincinnati for the will reading but is disappointed when he receives hardly anything out of it, the bulk going to an unnamed trustee. He does some investigating and discovers that the money is going to a mental institution. At the institution he finds his older brother, Raymond (Dustin Hoffman), a brother he never knew he had. While Charlie's intentions are initially selfish, as he views Raymond purely as a meal ticket and irritation, over time his attitude, and outlook, change.A wonderfully emotional journey. The transformation of Charlie, the way the two brothers grow closer to each other, the adventures and the humour make this a sweet, engaging story. Throw in the excellent performance of Dustin Hoffman (for which he received an Oscar) and you have a movie well worth watching.While he didn't get an Oscar nomination, Tom Cruise does well as Charlie. He is playing to his strength, playing a brash, energetic young man but his character here is multi-dimensional and not the average action role.Won the 1989 Best Picture Oscar.