A romantic comedy set in the lush fields of Punjab and the beautiful city of Chandigarh - Aa Gaye Munde U.K. De is a sequel to the earlier blockbuster Munde U.K. De also Directed by the Doyen of Punjabi cinema - Manmohan Singh. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Aa Gaye Munde U.K. De
A romantic comedy set in the lush fields of Punjab and the beautiful city of Chandigarh - Aa Gaye Munde U.K. De is a sequel to the earlier blockbuster Munde U.K. De also Directed by the Doyen of Punjabi cinema - Manmohan Singh.
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Raindawn D (de) wrote: A great Marton Csokas movie but this isn't it. The original 1996 version is better.
Dustin D (ag) wrote: Haven't watched this movie since I was a kid. I forgot how really good it was. I put it on just for background noise while I was doing other stuff and couldn't stop watching it.
Michael W (nl) wrote: Watching this to get psyched for the Fred Lebow 5M tomorrow morning in Central Park
Clarissa C (ru) wrote: it was like a spanish soap opera on the big screen.
Sean R (br) wrote: I'm not gonna say it's all that good, but it's got a neat ending and some good performances; the budget is a hindrance.
Wahida K (ca) wrote: Terence Hill without Bud Spencer is like Pizza without Beer. lol
Daniel G (it) wrote: A great villain hidden in another decent Bond flick.
Noah F (jp) wrote: An underrated modern classic that uses gore, gothic imagery, metal music, and impeccable villain and villainess couple Chucky and Tiffany to create an entertaining horror-comedy Classic.
Maggie H (gb) wrote: This is a rubbish movie!!
Allan C (it) wrote: Fluffy Rock Hudson/Doris Day comedy. Hudson mistakenly thinks he is terminally ill and decides to put his affairs in order, the main one being finding a suitable husband for his wife, Day. Rock's goofy buddy, Tony Randall, is on hand to help him out with the task. It's a pretty forgettable comedy, but entertaining and inoffensive. And for my money, Paul Lynde steals the show as an aggressive cemetery plot salesman. Viva Lynde!