Three friends decide to hire a prostitute on the day of the Aatukaal Pongala - a Hindu festival in Trivandrum - when their wives are busy.

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Vedivazhipadu torrent reviews

Dorianator F (gb) wrote: Pretty good movie. Very beautiful movie about an art that some see as demeaning. It definitely shines a light on street artists. But, the movie was a bit too long for my taste, especially for a documentary. But, very interesting and memorable.

Shawn W (au) wrote: New Concorde direct to video with fairly low production values. It was a shame the arms deal between the Japanese and Russian mafias got in the way of the storylines at the strip club which included a marriage proposal. Did get better as it went.

Ian E (jp) wrote: "Doubt" successfully relies on the strength of its cast to carry its story forward. With the extremely impressive performances from Meryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Amy Adams, they are able to show emotionally deep portrayals of their characters which highlight the film's complex themes.

Kenny O (jp) wrote: Funny parts in this flick!

Emily S (br) wrote: I havent seen this move eather but when I see the pevywse it sounds funny.

STCENTERPRISE (es) wrote: I think that a lot of credit has to go to writing and Tom Hanks performance bringing such a believable and realistic reality to acting like a kid.

Carlos M (ag) wrote: At first the unlikable characters keep us from relating to the story but Kanievska manages the feat of making them all sympathetic later, in a devastating portrayal of drug addiction with a great soundtrack and two terrific performances by Robert Downey Jr. and James Spader.

Paul D (fr) wrote: This movie may be a love letter to a long lost moment in time, but there certainly isn't much to it. There are a few laughs to be had, but I can't say it is worth watching. Possibly for die hard fans of Woody Allen only.