Yamla Pagla Deewana
Dharmendra and Bobby play a crooked father-son pair based in Varanasi. Sunny plays a Canada based upright man who gets to know after two decades that he has a father and brother in Varanasi. The film is about Sunny's journey to his past.
- Stars:Nafisa Ali, Madhuri Bhattacharya, Emma Brown Garett, Mahek Chahal, Bobby Deol, Sunny Deol, Mukul Dev, Ajay Devgn, Dharmendra, Puneet Issar, Sucheta Khanna, Anupam Kher, Johnny Lever, Himanshu Malik, Amit Mistry,
- Director:Samir Karnik,
- Writer:Jasvinder Bath (story), Jasvinder Bath
A married Canadian travels to India to re-unite with his estranged father and brother but faces obstacles and challenges. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Yamla Pagla Deewana torrent reviews
(au) wrote: not even worth a star, don't watch it
(us) wrote: Don't eat before watching this movie.
(ru) wrote: Bad acting and incredibly fake fight scenes, yet a guilty pleasure. This sums up 13 Dead Men, about an imprisoned inmate who knows the location of stolen diamonds, is about to be put to death, and wants to take that secret with him to the grave rather than give up the location to the prison warden. Doesn't that sound like a blast? It's the horrible acting and fake fight scenes that make this movie enjoyable to watch. A good $1 find from your local Walmart or Target store if you can find it.
(kr) wrote: Great Movie and Very Accurate About The Surrounding Events
(ca) wrote: Maximum Overdrive is a major guilty pleasure of mine. Is it dumb? Fuck yes. But it's got an amazing soundtrack by AC/DC, corny acting, and enough car crashes and explosions to make George Miller blush. If you want a prime example of tongue in cheek horror, then this film is for you.
(nl) wrote: How cool is TCM for playing this gem?
(es) wrote: good movie, i loved the actors/actresses and i liked the plot but overall kinda dull
(ru) wrote: Distinctly early 60's space age attempt at retelling Dafoe's book in a slow paced Martian setting. Special effects are very dated. Has elements of John Carter of Mars as well. Still, there is an attempt at some realistic hard science fiction--finding oxygen, water and food, etc.
(ru) wrote: Flipped utilizes its very talented cast and double-narrative story idea on a nostalgic, poignant and dramatic love tale between two contrasting personalities, providing enough drama and heart to keep one intrigued.
(gb) wrote: I believe it's pretty over-rated. Tomatometer shows 71% so I thought this would be super cool and frightening but it was more like a low budget (because of the horrible make-up and effects) somewhat scary TV movie.
(jp) wrote: I don't even know where to begin. I was excited to see this movie because I've seen so many American war films and this one was about Canada's part in the war in Afghanistan. And I will admit, there is a story here. Given the right director and screenwriter, this could have been an interesting film. At times, Hyena Road did deliver intensity, drama, and intrigue but unfortunately, these scenes are few and far between. The rest is full of boring military jargon, a love story with some of the most cringeworthy dialogue since the Star Wars prequels, inconsistent visual styles and characters that we simply do no know or care about whatsoever. Paul Gross is not a bad actor at all, but as a director and especially as a screenwriter, he isn't very good. This film had potential and it did have some interesting parts, but I hope better Canadian military movies are to come.