Welcome to Sajjanpur

Welcome to Sajjanpur

Mahadev (Shreyas Talpade) is an unemployed graduate with a Bachelor of Arts from Satna college, who is forced to make a living writing letters for the uneducated people of his village. His real ambition is to become a novel writer. Through his humble occupation, Mahadev has the potential to impact numerous lives. The movie is a satirical, but warm-hearted portrait of life in rural India.

An educated man spends his days writing letters for the varied inhabitants of his small, poor, and illiterate village, in this political and social satire. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Oscar G (ca) wrote: Aqul gran director de "Kes" est de regreso, y viene con todo. Una enorme leccin de guin y direccin, adems de una propuesta visual contundente y sin pretensiones, Loach le devuelve su pureza al cine y nos acerca a una denuncia de la economa enfermiza que la sociedad no ha superado. Una mirada hiperealista y sincera de la compleja sociedad moderna.

Bob S (gb) wrote: Ocean's Eleven set in 18th century Korea. Action, romance, humor and good music.

Frances H (au) wrote: The two stars are for trying something new, but it really didn't work. Some of the criticisms of Conversations with Other Women, which was shot in split screen, said that two pictures on the screen was too distracting, so the four here were distracting in spades. And the plot was something only people obsessed with Hollywood's movie factory would find even mildly interesting. Personally, I found the ending to be downright funny. SPOILER ALERT! The fact that a studio exec would be concerned about answering his cell phone and getting a good table at a nice restaurant when he's dying was such good satire, although I don't think it was meant as such. Also, that the girl who braved the shooting, hidden under the table, was more concerned with filming the victim dying than she was in trying to stop the guy from bleeding to death by pressing on the wound was typical of the self-absorbed Hollywood type. It is hard to care about characters who care only about themselves.

Michael T (fr) wrote: Grim & grimmer...good performances, though.

Spencer G (fr) wrote: As much as I loved Inception, everything it lacked can be found in Skeletons.

Brandon S (it) wrote: The action is great but the acting and the plot are so so in this Asian thriller.

Mladen K (us) wrote: Oldschool type funny.

Matt C (nl) wrote: There must be a generation of 80s kids still mentally scarred from watching this film. A BBC dramatisation which methodically examines what would happen to a British city (Sheffield) during and after a Nuclear attack. Nearly 30 years later it still retains a huge impact on the audience playing almost as a documentary. It loses its way a little as it fast towards to 10 years on but nevertheless it's still an incredible piece of work.

Tommy F (de) wrote: Quite ok, but net the Best Maritn & Lewis film.

Tatsuya F (ru) wrote: A spectacular and an accessible love story.But running time is too long, and I wonder it is necessary to make Billy Zane's character so bastard.

David J (us) wrote: With a fine cast, strong direction, and important questions about morality in the presence of money, Robert Redford's "Quiz Show" is a taut, entertaining dramatization of the scandal surrounding NBC's quiz show "Twenty One."

Ker Malkin G (es) wrote: 3.5 for Him, 4 for Her.