After the death of his dad, Dayashankar Pandey (Sunil Shetty) arranges the marriage of his two sisters. In debt, he goes to the city to ask the tenants to leave his house, as he intends to sell it and repay his debts. A woman (Suhasini Mulay), her two daughters, Jyoti, Saraswati (Mahima Chaudhry), and one son, Chotu (Master Aditi) are living there. When Dayashankar asks them to vacate, they refuse. What results is Dayashankar's hilarious attempts to force them to vacate - from seeking legal advice; filing police reports; asking goons to remove them - moving in himself. Will Dayashankar succeed in his attempts to evict his tenants?
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Keira R (us) wrote: This movie SUCKS the big one! Not even sure why I wanted to see it in the first place, but OMG, it's terrible! A pretty famous ensemble, but it's just a HORRIBLE movie. I wasn't interested at all - to the point where I didn't even finish it. Run, don't walk, from this POS movie.
Patrick W (it) wrote: Despite the very extreme content and message, this controversial movie will leave you thinking about your own feelings and actions at the end of the film. The film depicts a former neo-nazi skinhead in southern California trying to prevent his younger brother from going down the same wrong path he did. Edward Norton gives arguably the best performance of his career in this film. No matter how many times you see this film it seems to leave you in a state of shock and self reflection. The director filmed all flashback scenes in black & white and does an amazing job stylistically in this film. An absolute must see.
Kerry J (au) wrote: omg, such an awesome movie, the endwhen the golden limps and saves his old friend and son...
FilmGrinder S (fr) wrote: Sorry Bateman, the movie was horrible.
Darren H (nl) wrote: A no-frills campus slasher-meets-giallo with high body count and effective gore. Surprisingly well-paced and guilty pleasure fun!
Stephanie F (ru) wrote: Natalie Wood is amazing and Steve McQueen was shockingly gawky (to me). But it plays like two films-first the serious abortion section and then the upbeat romantic comedy part (LOVE the ending-banjos and bells, although who hears banjos?!)
Alecs M (kr) wrote: La empec a ver y no pude seguir. Era demasiado ver la carrera de Amenbar caer en picada.
Bryce M (jp) wrote: Writer, Director and star Joseph Gordon-Levitt displays his talent as a director and continues to show he can play any role. Even a porn addicted meathead.
Gregory M (ru) wrote: It was beautiful,it was raw,it was powerful,it was thought-provoking.I loved it and it ruined me!