Akelinder or Bhangari Dada (Kader Khan) has a shop at Chor bazaar which he runs illegally, he lives with his wife and only daughter Kiran (Raveena Tandon). Bhangari wants his daughter to be married to a gangster, so he begins his search. He finds Shakti dada (Shakti Kapoor) and wants him to be married to Kiran but Kiran already loves Raj (Govinda), a wealthy man who has no links to crime. But in order to satisfy her dad, she persuades Raj to pose as a Gangster for time being. For this they search a Trainer called Subramaniam (Johnny Lever), who teaches Raj to act as a Gangster. Finally Raj becomes successful posing as a gangster but Bhangari's dad (Kader Khan) somehow appears and doesn't want Kiran to marry to a gangster. Will Raj be able to clean his image?
Akendra alias Topichand Bhangare runs an antique store as a front for illegal activities. He lives near the notorious Chor Bazaar (thieves market) area with his wife, Sulekha, and only ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dave J (au) wrote: Monday, November 18, 2013 (2013) Hatchet III HORROR/ SUSPENSE/ COMEDY Old school slasher flick which continues where the last one left off with heroine Marybeth (Danielle Harris) hacking almost unkillable Victor Crowley. After leaving the urban legend of Honey Island Swamp, she walks into the town's local police station while holding a shot gun on one hand and someone's scalp on the other only to be taken down again. Of course, the police in charge doesn't believe her and they locked her up while they check swamp where many people were hacked to death. Female Reporter, Amanda (Caroline Williams) who's the cops ex, African American Deputy Winslow, and Marybeth then go an a crusade to retrieve Victor Crowley's father's ashes since that is why he's bent on killing and is hard to kill who acts like a Freddy Krueger, Michael Myers and a Jason of Friday The 13th movies. For a movie that's only an hour and a half, this film has a fair amount of inventive gory scenes mixed with some sarcastic humor for they're times the heroine act like the female equivalent of Ash of the "Evil Dead" movies. It's just a film I wouldn't watch again. 2.5 out of 4 stars
Pavan R (it) wrote: Intense tale of the tragedy, innocence and violence of one person. Superbly acted and directed
Ffion L (ru) wrote: Not bad, kinda borin
Benjamin N (de) wrote: Two of the fellas were ballsy filmmakers to say the least.
Branden L (it) wrote: outdoes the original by quite a bit. much more violent and twisted. i'd like to thank my little brother devon for making me watch these movies with him.
Brandon James S (de) wrote: This is why I listen more to user reviews more than critcs ! This is more of a click flick tyep of western but a great movie with plenty of drama great actors story. How can you not like this movie !
Gil G (de) wrote: Stylish puzzlebox romance about Edogawa Rampo, Japan's answer to Edgar Allan Poe. in Okuyama's film, Rampo becomes infatuated with a femme fatale, who may or may not be a character he has created, and pursues her across the literary/reality divide in the person of his fictious alter-ego. Tricky material played relatively straight, through overlapping reenactments of famous Rampo stories, without any of the PoMo snarkiness of Charlie Kaufman or the bitter cynicism of Woody Allen. Definitely unique.
Les E (gb) wrote: A beautifully made film. At its time i am sure it would have been very powerful and poignant. It has now dated somewhat and many ideas that were original here have now been used elsewhere and in a better way. Still worthy though.
Millo T (ru) wrote: I prefer Terry Pratchett`s version, Cohen The Barbarian, in "The colour of magic"
Lynn B (gb) wrote: I love it who ever made it is awesome