A young, beautiful and rich girl, Dimpy Singh, approaches Samrat Tilakdhari, a private investigator, with a strange case. Their garden got ruined for reasons that appear natural but are not known; leading horticulturists have examined the fading plants but they have not been able to identify the probable reason. Further, her father's favorite horse died; once again the reason for the pre-mature death remains a mystery. That's not the end; Dimpy's father Mahendra Pratap Singh, otherwise a very strong and balanced man, has been experiencing deteriorating health. All these aspects when combined makes the case sound weird and that grabs the attention of Samrat. Samrat along with his assistant friend, Chakradhar Pandey, visits the huge estate of Mahendra Pratap Singh. As he starts investigating, he discovers lots of mysterious facts.
Writer:Kaushik Ghatak (story and screenplay), Manish Shrivastav (story and screenplay), Sanjay Masoom (screenplay)
A young, beautiful and rich girl, Dimpy Singh (Madalsa Sharma), approaches Samrat Tilakdhari (Rajeev Khandelwal), a private investigator, with a strange case. How will Samrat unfold the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sean T (fr) wrote: Hey brother- I went and saw your film last night at 7:45pm. I laughed, cried, I shifted to the edge of my seat, listening to the pain, the past, the hope & hopelessness, the pride, the proudness, the sarcasm, the need, the want for the one thing that matters in life- Love. The touch of another. Holding hands down a path which leads in infinite directions but isn't intimidating when u have that "one" with you beside you. Your relationship with him (the neighbor, the friend, the mirror image of your character at that age) and the look you gave when you said "Father" to the nurse- tore me up inside. All of the characters were connected to each other thru the gift of giving. Giving- Though labelled difficult, hard, impossible, you captured our world and all it's flaws and proved theories and beliefs false with your endless tour to find, connect, re-connect with/to love and with that came the end of the nightmare(s) and the gift of the dream and to be loved. The man in the mirror. Past present future. Sorry for my snippets of thoughts/words. I knew I had to write you for many reasons but didn't know or think of what I was gonna say but i do know i send u a huge congrats, a very heart felt and a very sincere thank you for creating, and sharing with me and the many others who have & will see and experience your gift. Sean Thomas
Frank Santos C (nl) wrote: What a cute little movie. Very smart indie rom-com.
Logan M (br) wrote: Goes to show that life unscripted is just as dramatic and tragic as any creative endeavor or Hollywood script. Awesome use of the puppets as a unique storytelling medium as well. As a student of Ancient Greek drama and language, how could I resist?
Debbie B (br) wrote: Are you kidding??? This book should never have been made into a movie. Now they've crossed the line. Child abuse, incest, and starvation. This is a disgusting black novel. How dare you abuse thEse children to be part of this travesty
Brian P (us) wrote: A great cast riffs on some of the worst movies of all time. This was ahead of 'Mystery Science Theater 3000' and one of the writers was an uncredited John Hughes. Not as funny as MST3K but this movie does have a great cast. On my pet peeve side, they also mock so really good movies. John Candy's salute to Ed Wood is the best segment.
Justin A (it) wrote: It has one of "those" endings. You know, where the police have the bad guy and the good guy cornered and they shoot the good guy instead. I really have no idea why there are so many movies that end with this same twist. Anyway, I really liked the soundtrack (though it sounded oddly familiar). It's typical slasher stuff, so if you enjoy the genre, then possibly check it out. You won't be getting anything new otherwise.
Jocelyn G (mx) wrote: wow, what a clunky nugget, but it's charmingly awkward and has a great soundtrack. good grief, Robin Johnson's voice! pair this with Ladies & Gentlemen, the Fabulous Stains and you got yerself a pretty groovy double feature.
Charles Q (it) wrote: Probably great for its time, but the issues explored are old news by now. Good unintentional comedy with Walter's son's name though.
Ethan H (ca) wrote: Completely Overrated.
Jessica P (au) wrote: Favorite movie of all time amazing cast and action packed with an awesome story line
Maryann C (it) wrote: Very very good but not that fused.
Richard Y (de) wrote: What a mess of a film about an overambitious A&R guy working for a curiously named "Unigram" Record Company who would go to extremes, even murder, to climb the corporate ladder in 1997 at the height of the Britpop music scene in England. Terrible script, direction and an absence of serious acting. The only morbidly comedic act amongst the countless sex and cocaine filled scenes is seeing James Corden gets bashed to death by Nicholas Hoult.