Alibaba Aur 40 Chor
The movie is based on the story of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, from the One Thousand and One Nights or Arabian Tales. The role of Ali Baba is played by Dharmendra and Hema Malini play Morjina.
- Stars:Dharmendra, Hema Malini, Zeenat Aman, Prem Chopra, Zakir Mukhamedzhanov, Sofiko Chiaureli, Madan Puri, Yakub Akhmedov, Rolan Bykov, Khodzha Durdy Narliyev, Frunze Mkrtchyan, Khamza Umarov, Dzhavlon Khamrayev, Yelena Sanayeva, Sanat Divanov,
- Country:Soviet Union, India
- Director:Latif Faiziyev, Umesh Mehra,
- Writer:Shanti Prakash Bakshi, Boris Saakov
Alibaba, (Dharmendra) a native of Guleba is in love with Marjina (Hema Malini). The town has a ruler, Abu Hasan. Guleban is terrorized by dacoits. Ali Baba hears the password to the door of... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Alibaba Aur 40 Chor torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: British documentary film for lovers of real football centres on the rise of six young Manchester United footballers - David Beckham, Nicky Butt, Ryan Giggs, Gary Neville, Phil Neville and Paul Scholes - and details their careers for Manchester United starting in 1992. Directed by Ben Turner and Gabe Turner you will have a chance to see an inspiring football and young apprentices from Manchester United's FA Youth Cup win in 1992 to their full growth and Champions League triumph in 1999, which rounded off the Treble-winning 1998-99 season. The film cuts the narrative with the social and cultural changes taking place in Great Britain at the time, and even the war criminal Tony Blaire is excited talking about it! I was amazed that this documentary secured full access with all six players and even includes interviews with French football greats like Zinedine Zidane and Eric Cantona, former Manchester United youth coach Eric Harrison, film maker Danny Boyle and The Stone Roses bassist Mani. Inspiring times for inspiring individuals! I am not a great fan of Manchester United, but I could become one now! Lovely story of friendship, hard work and success!
(ag) wrote: The Last Waltz for the hipster crowd.
(nl) wrote: Though painfully derivative and paint-by-numbers, the leads try their darndest and succeed at playing each other quite well. There's also an undeniable charm to the film that helped surpass my negative expectations.
(nl) wrote: Being Paul Giamatti..!Unfortunately the movie reminds of other movies, in plot as well as stylistically.But Giamatti's still a great actor.
(kr) wrote: A lot of bizarre experiments are being made in the name of art house/experimental cinema. Precious raw stock, precious time and precious resources are being utilised to create movies which are so weird that only its creator would know what he's actually trying to say. Pankh is one of those films, which, frankly, makes no sense. Nothing works in Pankh. The protagonist is besotted by a stunning looking actress and even fantasises about her, so why this hullabaloo about his sexual identity? And pray, what is Bipasha doing in so many avtaars? Did she walk on the set straight out of a fashion show? Talking of performances, Maradona Rebello tries hard to look convincing. Bipasha suffers due to poor characterisation. Mahesh Manjrekar hams to the hilt. Ronit Roy is lifeless. Lilette Dubey is hysterical. Daya Shanker Pandey is quite good. Amit Purohit needs to polish his acting skills. Sanjeeda Sheikh is convincing. Asha Sachdev gets the role right. Pankh has nothing to offer. terrible, poor.
(mx) wrote: Very good. I'm surprised it didn't make more of a splash.
(mx) wrote: not a big john waters fan so I gave this a shot anyway. Bad acting, quickly moving story...it's ok.
(gb) wrote: This is my all-time favorite movie. Helen Mirren delivers a brilliant performance.
(fr) wrote: i was expecting classic "troma" values and all i got was this dubiously titled skin flick. incredulous plot with the lowest production values. blah.
(mx) wrote: a interesting, real, and remarkable story with great performances.
(jp) wrote: this movie shocked me considering it came from Billy Wilder
(fr) wrote: A step back to the '80s action scene. Not a bad movie but still nothing go crazy about. But I recomend you see one of Stallones actual '80s flicks..
(jp) wrote: Basically a child rip off of almost every 80's college movie (the group of misfits, the jock sorority, the evil dean I mean 'COME ON'!). But it is still great on the scale that it ties in well to the first movie and makes a great prequel.
(au) wrote: I saw this movie several years ago and,boy, was it chillingly thrilling. A really good ghost movie.
(fr) wrote: While not exactly the most sophisticated comedy out there, it's nevertheless one of the more memorable thanks to it's impactful characters and amusing sense of humor; allowing Mike Myers to rise up and emerge as a comedic icon of the 1990s and early 2000s (before it all went down the latrine with the "Cat in the Hat" adaptation and "the Love Guru").
(de) wrote: Love it. A must see movie. Very touching. I'm very excited I got to see it. Truly wonderful touching movie.