Vicky Donor

Vicky Donor

Dr. Baldev Chaddha (Anu Kapoor), a well qualified fertility expert, runs a fertility clinic and a sperm bank in Dariyaganj, New Delhi, that guarantees a high quality and specialized sperm for the purpose. Unfortunately he has more failed cases to his credit than successes. A healthy, high performing donor is the need of the hour. Vicky Arora (Ayushmann Khurrana), a young, good-looking, Punjabi boy from Lajpat Nagar, is the only son and of no financial support to Dolly, a widow, who runs a small beauty parlor from home. A chance encounter between them convinces Dr. Chaddha that Vicky could be THE donor he has been looking for. Dr. Chaddha persuades him to become a donor, but in the meantime Vicky has found his love interest in Ashima Roy (Yami Gautam), a pretty Bengali girl. Will Vicky's past as a sperm donor come in the way of true love?

A man is brought in by an infertility doctor to supply him with his sperm, where he becomes the biggest sperm donor for his clinic. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Tom R (gb) wrote: Half of the movie was OK and other half was senseless. Loads of unnecessary songs.

Robert K (fr) wrote: A Dark Truth has an interesting concept behind it. The real issue is that the team behind making the movie are completely inept. It's not just Director Damian Lee's script either or his directing but also some atrociously bad acting. Protagonist characters are completely unconvincing and his in general are written to excel at anything they do. One has to wonder why Francisco's ( Forest Whittaker) group even needs saving when he and Eva Longoria spend most of their time gunning down anyone that poses a threat. The action scenes in general are more comical than anything and feel like bland shootouts ripped from a Call of Duty game. The female actors aside from Eva Longoria are atrocious though. Deborah Kara Unger plays the sister of Kim Coates' character Bruce Swanton. Bruce is essentially trying to cover up all of the dirty secrets that occurred in Ecuador while Morgan wants the truth. It's a noble gesture but her acting is so fucking awful half the time it sounds she's trying to seduce her brother. Who knows, in this mess of a film maybe that was her goal. If there was a bright spot in this entire movie it is Kim Coates though who is most notable as Tig from Sons of Anarchy. He plays the coldhearted and greedy businessman well, however there's also nothing really to the role and his screen time is limited A Dark Truth is uninteresting , boring , badly acted, predictable , and ridiculous. I do hope someone else attempts to tackle the core subject though as there is potential

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Grant H (de) wrote: Bad movie. While the story itself is intriguing and puzzling, everything else is a major letdown, from the slow pacing to the dull direction to the mediocre performance, Williams delivering the best of them all, and it's not his best, sadly.

BRADFORD Y (ca) wrote: SUPERB 2:08 biopic --- solid script, outstanding cast, great directing, stunning photography, tightly wrapped editing, lovely score. Jim Caviezel is a believable good, bad and ugly Jones. Malcolm McDowell is in finest form as Jones' chronicler. Claire Forlani makes you want to take her home to mom. Aidan Quinn is convincing as golf immortal Harry Vardon. Jeremy Northam's spot-on loose canon Walter Hagen is Oscar-worthy. Simply Irresistible on all fronts --- NOT to be missed.

Nicolas G (au) wrote: Una pelicula de terror que no aporta nada nuevo , pero de alguna forma entretiene sin ningun temor alguno

christian c (nl) wrote: Excellent adaptation of the off-Broadway play. Speaks to the truth about the AIDS crisis and its impact on the gay community without getting mushy or preachy. And it does so while still staying funny, earnest, and relevant.

Sanford R (br) wrote: A delight! You got to give credit to Hayley Mills, because she is amazing!

Jack G (fr) wrote: maybe Siodmak's best; Dan Duryea is a great noir dude

Fernando R (gb) wrote: Copia de Madagascar? Dnde? D: