Viruddh... Family Comes First
Virruddh... Family Comes First (English: Opposites) is a Hindi film, released in 2005, directed by Mahesh Manjrekar. The film stars Amitabh Bachchan, Sharmila Tagore, Sanjay Dutt and John Abraham. Viruddh is one among relatively few Hindi films that is not a musical, instead the soundtrack is primarily used as background.
- Stars:Amitabh Bachchan, Sharmila Tagore, John Abraham, Sanjay Dutt, Anusha Dhandekar, Prem Chopra, Sharat Saxena, Beena Banerjee, Shivaji Satam, Sachin Khedekar, Amitabh Dayal, Tom Alter, Tanvi Hegde, Ninad Kamat, Viju Khote,
- Director:Mahesh Manjrekar,
- Writer:Mahesh Manjrekar, Sanjay Pawar (dialogue), Vinay (screenplay), Yash (screenplay)
An ordinary 60 plus couple - Vidhyadhar Patwardhan and his wife are forced to search for their faith in human values and society after the death of their only son Amar. In the process they undergo the most testing struggle of their lives. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Viruddh... Family Comes First torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Steven Seagal career has never stopped, although the majority of his films are now produced in Europe with direct to DVD releases (at least here in the US) and although not every film is watchable in between we find a few gems. This film is pretty damn good, it's a good cop teams up with a mobster for a common interest. The script, action, cinematography and acting is all top notch. Especially the mobster who was great! I recommend this to both Seagal fans and non-fans. Quality action crime film.
(ru) wrote: Cool subject. Decent acting. Not terribly well put-together, or very credible especially towards the end.
(ru) wrote: I really liked this alot. It's more of a psychological horror.
(it) wrote: This ambitiously campy Italian film from 1985 gets erroneously lumped into the cannibal subgenre just because of the appearance of natives in the jungle. This is more of an exploitation-style adventure movie made with that certain 70's Italian flair that was still holding on in 85. Though produced in Italy, there is a sizable amount of American influence to be seen in this film. The campy one-liners and overly smug hero will appeal to the American audience. Though it is said the Tarantini was going for an Indiana Jones in his main character Kevin, Michael Sopkiw will make genre fans instantly think of Bruce Campbell's Ash with his smugness and clumsy heroism. In a classic moment, he sets the native slaves free to run immediately into the hands of the approaching guards who quickly beat them to a pulp. This is classic B-Grade campy exploitation magic and it will certainly find a treasured place on the shelf of Italian horror fans.
(ag) wrote: Beautifully photographed and with some horribly campy moments, but ultimately kind of boring.
(es) wrote: It ws dfifficult to retire for Marcello Mastroianni in thois movie.
(br) wrote: There is a really fantastic exciting scene in the film that makes everything worth watching. The film has two excellent performances by Paul Newman and Michael Sarrazin. The story is original and works with the premise. I recommend this drama.
(au) wrote: Beautiful biopic witty done.
(kr) wrote: Really enjoyed this movie - don't get the haters....
(us) wrote: I'm used to David Lean's sprawling epics, but this film (with only one or two sets) still has his stamp of excellence. A fun ghost story with some great special effects for its time.