A biographical drama based on the life of fictional Haryana based wrestler & mixed martial arts specialist Sultan Ali Khan.

Sultan is a classic underdog tale about a wrestler's journey, looking for a comeback by defeating all odds. Will he emerge victorious? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Sultan torrent reviews

Abi R (au) wrote: If you're looking for a film with Kim Soo Hyun and Lee Hyun Woo, watch this...Not only that, but you get to see how diverse Kim Soo Hyun's acting to it's full potential. I'm not a critic but I definitely enjoyed this, if I am to recommend a film consisting of conflict, comedy, tear-jerking drama, and hot koreans then... THIS IS IT.

Alicia J (fr) wrote: It was missing something. Same as the first one no new twist.

Sam W (de) wrote: Cheesy and corny with over the top stereotyping, but it is never done in malice, focusing on the comedy and absurdness of the premise rather than the Nazi ideology. There isn't much driving the plot onwards beyond the core concept, but it is funny in a peculiar way, mostly due to the cheap special effects and charm of it being an amateur production. The moments of enjoyable silliness do come at the end, but it does feel like too little, too late.

malevolent1991 m (fr) wrote: RocknRolla follows many of the same structural archetypes that made Snatch such a breakthrough in the action genre. A well selected cast brings Guy Ritchie's characters to life, and while the action takes a back seat the dialogue remains whip-sharp and at times laugh-out-loud hilarious. While its premise and progression may not be the most original, in terms of execution and satisfaction this film is a rock and rolling good time.

FilmGrinder S (br) wrote: 75% Not so much a stoner flick, more of a I-need-to-slow-down-and-find-out-what-really-matters type of movie.

Jesse T (gb) wrote: Frankie looked cracked out in this movie... His 15 minutes were almost over at this point.

Coryn M (fr) wrote: A tedious film with a phenomenal climax

Jonathan H (gb) wrote: oh the slow kung-fu of the great David Carridine, the unknown sparring partner Jeff Cooper as the reflection of the western man named Cord, oh and more David Carridine playing more roles in this film than eddy murphy in the nutty prof. not to mention Chris Lee as the all knowing Zetan. i think this is a great and funny film to watch, the fact bruce lee was suppose to be in it in Carridine's place would have been amazing, and knowing Lee, Chucky boy Norris may have played Cord. great underlying thoughts and teachings. this movie will hold a special place in my heart

Wayne S (nl) wrote: A truly amazing film. I saw it first-run in 1973, at the age of 25. Despite its lack of plot and its length (3 and a half hours), when it ended, all I could think was that I wanted more.

Jetta W (nl) wrote: Absolutely stunning on the big screen; Innokenti Smoktunovsky and Tatyana Samojlova gave powerful performances. The direction and cinematography is outstanding.

Sylvester E (de) wrote: It's not the best film in the world...but, it's worth watching at least once b4, you kick the bucket...Njoy!!!!

CJ C (ag) wrote: Another of JFosters mediocre performances.