Bhavani Prasad is a powerful thug, who masquerades as a priest. His son Shankar refused to follow his path so he wants his grandson Kundan to carry on the legacy. When his son protests, in a fit of rage, Bhavani gets Shankar killed and passes the buck to his cousin Naubat Lal. When Naubat Lal spills the beans he gets him killed as well, which deepens the family feud.
- Stars:Dilip Kumar, Vyjayanthimala, Balraj Sahni, Sanjeev Kumar, Jayant, Sunder, Ulhas, Deven Verma, Durga Khote, Padma Khanna, Sulochana Latkar, Iftekhar, Urmila Bhatt, Padma Rani, D.K. Sapru,
- Director:Harnam Singh Rawail,
- Writer:Abrar Alvi (dialogue), Mahasweta Devi (story), Gulzar (dialogue), Anjana Rawail (screenplay)
The Prasads live in Banaras circa 19th Century, and consist of Bhawani - a thug, who poses as a holy man, luring devotees and robbing them; his wife - who will have nothing to do with his ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: great movie...she(nandita das) has taken care of the most minute details...even the kind of gujarati spoken and stuffthe way sanjay suri and tisca chopra have played their charecters are simply awesomedeepti naval as usual given her best shot in this movie too...every detail was taken care of...it was all so original...the emotions were just perfect..loved it.....except a plot here and therei think naseeruddin shah's part also was amasingthough it seemed unbelievable (the plot) of paresh raval and his brother they acted well too..
(es) wrote: Loved this film. A comic book adaptation about high school kids fighting to be 'king of the school'. Was expecting a Battle Royale style film, which would be no bad thing, but it was nothing like it.Excellent fight scenes, some comedy gold moments (in true Miike style) and an all round good, interesting and gripping story.
(ca) wrote: A bit underrated, the story is not that bad, the acting is shit no doubt..
(mx) wrote: The movie is based on a great idea, but aside from that, everything else is wrong with it.
(es) wrote: Original, funny, inteligent, engaging. Everything you need. Just unique.
(au) wrote: The character Alex states, "Love makes you do crazy things, insane things..." and that statement in a way summarizes this tale of love and obsession. Set in a cold, snowy Chicago winter, Wicker Park is about the lying and deception at the heart of obsessive relationships. It's about the lengths the characters will go to in order to pursue love at first sight. This film is hard to follow at times; the viewer has to wait patiently for explanations, and whether the payoff is worth it is debatable. I enjoyed the film for the most part, though it's not without flaws. Josh Hartnett's character is completely smitten, obsessed with Diane Kruger's character, which I understand-I've loved her since the first time I saw her. Hartnett is competent at playing awkwardly shy yet tenacious, but I would have liked to have seen an actor more capable of emotional depth. Matthew Lillard, too is miscast. He plays Hartnett's goofy friend, and he's a better actor than Hartnett but he wasn't right for this. Rose Byrne's Alex is the most interesting character, and she's the most convincing actor. Appropriately she wears a mask during her Shakespeare performance within this film, just as she figuratively wears a mask-perfect symbolism.The movie culminates in an insane coincidence-fest at a restaurant, and the ending is corny as well. It is Hitchcockian, this series of coincidences about desperation and obsession. To borrow a line from one of the characters, it's both creepy and hot. Although I'm not a sucker for love stories, I couldn't turn it off, so I give Wicker Park a qualified recommendation.
(ag) wrote: the moral of the story is if you abuse women you get a shot to the chest so of course i like the movie though i believe it could have been better excuted
(kr) wrote: it was really confusing but it was nice
(jp) wrote: As usual, Judd emerses herself in her role and even manages to be loveable as a crazy criminal while Perry's mustache reminds me of a pedophile...Eek.
(us) wrote: un film de autor, frumos, diferit, care vorbeste despre oameni si se desface pe parcurs. m-am oprit dupa prima ora.
(au) wrote: A very underrated gem of a movie!! While the play is better, I must say that the movie is very strong and I think it was worthy of Oscar nominations for Picture, Director, Screenplay, and Sup. Actress (Judith Ivey), among others. I have such a strong emotional connection to the movie that I don't have with many others, and I am quite saddened that the movie isn't accepted much and that it is mainly forgotten.
(de) wrote: My attempt to watch the 1971 Phase IV was stimied by my miserable failure of a mistake by grabbing the wrong the DVD off the shelf and I ended up renting this complete loser of a film. This 2001 film is one of the worst films I have ever sat through.
(jp) wrote: For me perhaps the best film of Claude Lelouch. The story is really fascinating. Andre Dussolier is perfect in his role.
(au) wrote: When I heard of Katniss Everdeen becoming Tiffany Maxwell, making Jennnifer Lawrence win a best actor oscar I was a bit skeptical. But I have to admit she did a great job in this nevrotic ataching role. De Niro and Braddley Cooper really leverage it. Not a must see but a very fresh romantic comedy.