Gowtam is a guard employed by a security agency. One rainy night, he finds out that his grandfather has a treasure stashed away in Pakistan which was his place before partition happened. Srinidhi is a staunch devotee and her goal is to visit a Hindu temple which is located in Hinglaj, Pakistan. Gowtam’s treasure is located in and around that temple. Gowtam joins Srinidhi’s journey to Pakistan temple where they have a security guy (Ali) helping them. Meanwhile, Sultan takes over the Pakistan’s archeology department’s team that is searching for treasure in the same area. The rest of the story is all about how Gowtam manages to get hold of diamonds which rightfully belongs to him.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2013
  • Language:Telugu,Urdu,Hindi
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:temple,   treasure,   ruins,  

Gautham Varma, An A.T.M Security guard goes on a treasure hunt for the diamonds hidden by his grandfather in Hinglaj temple during the time of India - Pakistan partition. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Richard M (it) wrote: Best film we saw at the 2012 London Film Festival.

Vincent L (mx) wrote: Sugar coated too-good-to-be-true rom-com from France.

Rehpotsirk C (jp) wrote: good time killer, and some interesting stunt work.

Private U (jp) wrote: It's definetly not the best horror film I've seen this year, but the story-line is decent and the movie itself is decently shot and pretty entertaining.

Nilufer R (es) wrote: One of the career mistakes of Winona Ryder I suppose. This movie was trash. I might have laughed a couple of times but it was all to Patton Oswalt's character. It was a stupid movie and it was long too.

Danneka S (es) wrote: it was a pretty good film

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Regis F (nl) wrote: Un beau film francais, c'est rare.

Lynn T (ru) wrote: I agree with reviewer who suggests that every director should do something like this. A compelling labor of love for Italian cinema. Wonderful.

Ben V (fr) wrote: Historically more accurate than it's predecessor, but in the end, kind of useless (like pretty much all Disney sequels)

Private U (jp) wrote: I wish this movie was better than it is. It's about a group of friends who are impacted by AIDS, and the subject matter has so much potential to be moving and perhaps even haunting. In my opinion, the story and the writing are both reasonably well done (well, mostly, anyway), but the acting is absolutely hit and miss. Jason Alexander does an exceptional job portraying an over-the-top "flaming" gay man. Other actors pull off their roles decently as well. But at least two of the actors in the movie come across as rejects from a high school play. They make certain scenes almost unwatchable, which is a shame.

Matthew L (it) wrote: Another one star, for effort alone. Recently purchased for my brother (a great birthday gift from my Dad!) as i remembered that this film, was so bad, we laughed for weeks. Yes, if men running around in rubber dinosaur suits is your type of thing then this is the film for you. The story goes....... well.......there is no story as such, but it's supposed to be something like this....... A bunch of bad ass terrorists (and bad actors) hijack the cargo of a boat and find that it is full of (men dressed as) dinosaurs. Still, it is slightly better, if not by much than Jaws 4: The Revenge.

TTT C (ca) wrote: (**): Thumbs Down This movie is actually quite bad but I sort of enjoyed Fahey's over the top villain. Unintentionally hilarious throughout so that made it somewhat tolerable (but not nearly enough for me to recommend it!).

Josh S (nl) wrote: Hilarious example of a Grindhouse type film: Random nazis; unrealistic violence; and hilarious, unrealistic dialogue. A recommendation for anyone with Fearnet on Comcast Digital Cable.

Pavan R (es) wrote: Interesting story of a web of relationships...some good performances...overall a good drama to watch