The Legend of Bhagat Singh

The Legend of Bhagat Singh

The Legend of Bhagat Singh is a 2002 Indian historical biographical film about Bhagat Singh, a freedom fighter who fought for Indian independence.It shows in detail how Singh came to develop his views on the British Raj and his struggle for Indian independence.

The story of a young revolutionary who raised an armed resistance against the British rule in India. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Legend of Bhagat Singh torrent reviews

Walter M (au) wrote: In "The Forgiveness of Blood," Mark(Refet Abazi) has a running argument with Sokol(Veton Osmani) about taking a short cut over his land that used to belong to Mark's grandfather. One day, that erupts into bloodshed that leaves Sokol dead, Mark's brother Zef(Luan Jaha) in jail and Mark on the run. In order to avoid reprisals from Sokol's family, Mark's house goes into lockdown, making a special point to keep Mark's teenaged son Nik(Tristan Halilaj) home from school. That leaves Rudina(Sindi Lacej) to take care of the family business of delivering bread every day. "The Forgiveness of Blood" is not so much suspenseful, as it is filled with dread, proving that in a state of siege you don't need zombies or Daleks to pull it off. And in most scenarios like this, the movie would belong to Nik but surprisingly not in this case, as while he certainly has a right to complain about a situation that could possibly drag on for years and not of his own making, he is also more than a little petulant at the same time, even managing to make matters worse at one point.(To the movie's vast credit, it does not show the central incident, not allowing the viewer to assign blame, even though otherwise we see events almost exclusively from the point of view of Mark's family.) No, it is Rudina who rises to the occasion, even showing some serious entrepreneurial skills. That works in favor of the movie gently subverting the patriarchy, this one in Albania where horsecarts and smart phones co-exist on unpaved roads.

KaLiegh K (it) wrote: One of those movies that doesn't leave a big impact but creeps back into your mind later because of it's great moments... this time I hope I remember it had a really good ending too.

Martin S (ru) wrote: One of my favourite mangas. This film is a visual delight. The story lacks a bit, but it's made up by the action and brilliant animation.

Scott M (nl) wrote: Movie about a dysfunctional American family. The story is boring. But the acting and directing are superb. Some of it is hilarious. Some of it is really stereotypical and annoying. Good but not great.

David J (ru) wrote: "Chasing Amy" makes up for some unconvincing acting and character choices with an insightful look into gender roles and sexual orientation and how they can affect relationships matched by a heartfelt story anchored by multi-faceted characters.

Paul B (kr) wrote: great movie,fantastic soundtrack,the best of all Jamaican movies.

Rene R (nl) wrote: This movie is creepy, but by today's standards probably creepy-lite. See Andy Kaufman in his first starring role as a demon-possessed police officer.

Mark D (es) wrote: Good movie, Jimmy Stewart is good, no doubt.

Cody T (au) wrote: Charming and funny. A great take on the classic coming of age genre.

Neil G (mx) wrote: Steady film funny but won't watch it again needs more story for me but the end hit me like a lorry. nothing was never that simple and this shows it in all its glory but takes the time getting their

Zac W (br) wrote: This was utterly horrible for the first 45 minutes. I honestly didn't expect an enormous horde of zombies to come out of no where. From there on out, it was phenomenal.