Sanai Choughade

Sanai Choughade

Sayee, an orphan, is living with her cousin, URMILA and her husband SHRIKANT, a childless couple who belong to the upper strata of the society. Taking full responsibility as her guardians ...

Sayee, an orphan, is living with her cousin, URMILA and her husband SHRIKANT, a childless couple who belong to the upper strata of the society. Taking full responsibility as her guardians ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Sanai Choughade torrent reviews

Chris S (de) wrote: They shouldn't have pretended that this had anything to do with chess

Raviteja P (de) wrote: a riveting verity, but the less stars corresponds to one-time watch factor...properly dealt in mixing the elements without getting muddled.

Carreh R (us) wrote: I did not find the manufactured landscapes beautiful. I found them disturbing. I think the idea and cinematography are great however I found I just didn't really enjoy the documentary as it was disturbing. I realize that is what it is supposed to be however.

Elma M (ca) wrote: In Thailand, Ton Chatree is sent to a boarding school by his father . He becomes scared with the ghost stories his new schoolmates tell about a boy that died in the swimming pool and a young pregnant woman that committed suicide.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Dorm is a supernatural ghost movie that tackles life about friendship, relationship, care, concern and a lot is not a horror or scary as compared to most Asian Movies I've seen but this is quite interesting, touching & entertaining...Great movie!

Brad S (ru) wrote: Another classic from my past...very low budget, but some bright spots...

Tyler S (mx) wrote: Mostly ho-hum 70s sci-fi with just enough peek-a-boo nudity and neat-o miniature space ships to hold my attention. Btw, the miniature effects shots are all recycled from "Starcrash."

Ryan H (es) wrote: It was funny at first, then it slowly declines to the point that it put me to sleep. It was OK throughout, but I wasn't all about Snoopy and Woodstock's adventure. The song "No Dogs Allowed" was pretty funny. And thank you for the awesome first interaction with Franklin, the first black character in the Peanuts series. Snoopy is hugging everyone, then the black kid comes by and he gives him a high five. How freaking awesome! haha

Walter M (ru) wrote: After serving a prison sentence for stealing a cardigan from a co-worker, Anita(Alexandra Kruge) is released on probation. Sadly, her first job in an office does not work out. So, maybe her next job as a salesperson for language records will work out better. "Yesterday Girl" is an engaging critique of capitalism that owes more to the playfulness of the French New Wave than Italian Neorealism. Of which, it is probably no coincidence that Anita is originally from Leipzig in East Germany. It is no surprise that she is unable to adjust to West Germany, where everybody is selling something, considering that after landing a job, she is told by her supervisor to be grateful to a higher being.(I could never imagine this happening today in real life, but as a few commencement speaches by well-heeled people have revealed recently, there are those who feel exactly this way.) Nor is this the last time religion is mentioned in this movie. Even though she is judged at every turn when her worst crime is a lack of property, forcing her to steal, she carries on, regardless.

Stuart K (au) wrote: After Every Which Way But Loose (1978) became one of the biggest films of 1978, a sequel was inevitable. But, alot of it feels like a carbon copy of the first film, with the same old punch-em-up's and brawls. It's weaker in comparison, but it does have the street fight to end all street fights as it's finale. Philo Beddoe (Clint Eastwood) is still going around doing illegal bare-knuckle fights, but they've taken their toll on Philo, and he wants to call it a day, as he's started to enjoy the pain. However, retirement isn't as easy as it seems, and a new challenge arrives in the form of Jack Wilson (William Smith), who comes from the East coast, and uses martial arts with bare-knuckle fighting, in order to convince Philo to fight Jack, the mafia get involved, and they end up kidnapping Lynn Halsey-Taylor (Sondra Locke), which they hope will convince him to fight. So, Philo has no choice to come back one last time, with pet orangutan Clyde with him, his Ma (Ruth Gordon) and Orville Boggs (Geoffrey Lewis) to back him, and The Black Widows are on Philo's tail again, looking for vengeance for years of outsmarting them. It's even more sillier than the first film, if that were even possible, with musical performances by Glen Campbell and Fats Domino between the brawls and fights. The final fight is worth suffering the rest of the film for.

Jiashu X (es) wrote: The characters are boring, the story is predictable, and there's really nothing you can take away from it at the end of the film.

Cita W (ag) wrote: It's actually hilarious.

Sachin B (it) wrote: Only because Amanda Seyfried was in it.