Afsana Pyar Ka
Animosity has existed between the families of Raj and Nikita's respective fathers. But their children have grown up without any knowledge of this animosity. They meet in college, and after a few misunderstandings both fall in love with each other. They plan to marry, and accordingly inform their respective families of their plans. Both the families view this alliance with anger, and refuse to bless the young couple. Raj and Nikita have one choice - marry the person their respective families' have selected for them - or elope.
- Stars:Shabana Azmi, Gulzar, Vinod Khanna, Ram Mohan, Deepti Naval, Aamir Khan, Neelam, Deepak Tijori, Neeta Puri, Rakesh Bedi, Amita Nangia, Raju Shrestha, Jaya Mathur, Viju Khote, Mehmood Khan, Farhat, Dimple Shah, Rubina, G.P. Singh, Merlyn,
- Director:M.R. Shahjahan,
- Writer:Bono Deb (screenplay), Bono Deb (story), Ramesh Pant (dialogue)
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Afsana Pyar Ka torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Ultimately the film is about a final act of kindness. Brilliantly told story with great performances all around and some amazingly shot scenes. Great film with a heart-wrenching, yet poignant ending!
(br) wrote: Full of genuine emotion, powerhouse performances, and tender writing. Dan Harris' film is honest, dark and extremely thought provoking.
(us) wrote: Seymore Pettigrew, COME OUT
(ag) wrote: It takes a certain kind of person to like any movie by Edwards. Slow and steady humor. I love it. Grant is increasingly incredulous and Curtis is just keeps bending the rules.
(nl) wrote: It's like Kevin Smith took everything he has to say about dating and dropped it into this meandering thesis paper on relationships. His best movie.
(ru) wrote: A political thriller without the thriller part. Although Robert Redford is beginning to resemble a dancing zombie.
(us) wrote: Excellent homage to Carpenter's The Thing 1982. Keep up the great work!