Abhimanyu Kaul - a young, independent, Games Developer, living in Japan and the love of his life, Anwita Chauhan - a bubbly, passionate and full of life, summer intern. Their happy and content life faces the test of time, when blood ties and the pressure of being born into the first family of India tears a young Abhimanyu between his love for Anwita and a promise made to his dying father, the Prime Minister of India. Being a public figure, by reluctantly accepting to represent the governing party, much against his own wishes and at the cost of his private life, is a double-edged sword that Abhimanyu must walk on.
- Stars:Jacky Bhagnani, Neha Sharma, Farooq Shaikh, Boman Irani, Kayoze Irani, Mita Vasisht, Shah Rukh Khan,
- Director:Syed Ahmad Afzal,
- Writer:Ramiz Ilham Khan (story, screenplay & dialogue), Syed Ahmad Afzal (story, screenplay & dialogue), Maitrey Bajpai (story, screenplay & dialogue)
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Youngistaan torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Hilariously stupid and extremely over-the-top. My opinion is definitely biased to favor this one.
(au) wrote: Excellent documentary about a man who did what few people had the courage to do; stand up to Hitler and Nazi Germany. Includes actual interviews with students and friends.
(fr) wrote: yeah ok, id like to see this!
(it) wrote: One of the few Bollywood movies which actually made sense.
(it) wrote: I'm not sure how I feel about this film. There is large amount of melodrama, which I had trouble connecting with, but the story itself is intriguing. Events at the picnic lurch from good to bad to worse, so it keeps one wondering what direction things will turn to next.
(au) wrote: Julianne Moore's Carol is increasingly wrought with anxiety, panic, and fear, as she realizes that everything she knows may have to be sacrificed for the sake of her well-being. There is a slight valuable and yet a very important and intriguing message about this movie. It doesn't hate the government. It doesn't blame any virus that is spreading. It doesn't either target the society who controls the environment. When I think of *Safe*, I think of a movie on how the filmmakers are willing to make the setting look menacing and a dangerous place to go to. Todd Haynes coyly keeps the exact nature of Carol's illness ambiguous, depicting her syndrome as very real at the same time implying that her descent into sickness and subsequent embrace of New Age treatment may just be a search for something to fill a void in her life. So *Safe* still offers a lot of questions but few answers, bravely subverting sickness of the week tropes by withholding the promise of a miracle one. It's really a true modern horror film whose threat seems to be civilization itself. Probably one of the most logical films in the last 15 years.
(nl) wrote: Made in a similar vein to Fast & Furious or XXX; this film covers the bases yet fails to fully engage audience emotions.