Amar Jyoti

Amar Jyoti

Adventure classic featuring Durga Khote's most memorable role as the pirate Queen Saudamini. Faced with extreme patriarchal laws in an ancient seaport kingdom and denied the legal custody of her infant son Sudhir, Saudamini becomes a pirate declaring war on the state, and especially on its tyrannical minister of justice, Durjaya (Chandramohan). She attacks a royal ship and captures Durjaya, inadvertently also taking Princess Nandini (Apte). In captivity, Durjaya declares his love for Nandini but she falls fir a shepherd boy (Nandrekar) who turns out to be Saudamini's long-lost son Sudhir. Durjaya's men then capture Saudamini and a palace intrigue ensues marked by her emancipatory rhetoric and the universal humanist arguments of her adviser Shekhar (Kale).

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1936
  • Language:Hindi
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:Amar Jyoti 1936 full movies, Amar Jyoti torrents movie

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Ben G (jp) wrote: This was one of the funniest movies of all time. And though the sequel was decent, The Video Game was absolutely brilliant. I recommend anyone who loved this movie play through both.

Armando B (ag) wrote: I don't understand some people that are giving bad reviews to this movie. This is one of the best movies that I have seen, great action, and very well made. Even though the camera shots sometimes makes you dizzy, but still it was a good movie. Great performances by Gyllenhaal and pea. This is one of the best cop movies that I have seen since " Training Day " close enough. So for this being one of my favorite movies of all time, and delivers the best in the main actors, I give " End Of Watch " a A-.

Brian C (mx) wrote: Meh...not very exciting. Tremors in space, as one other reviewer called it, and that isn't too far off. Nothing new offered, but some decent gore.

Frances H (ag) wrote: As an animal lover myself, I can sympathize with the motives behind making this movie, but it wasn't funny,it was slow and it was not all that interesting.

John T (nl) wrote: There are part of this movie I liked. Yeah, it was cheap, but whatever. I thought it could have been a lot better.

Garrett C (br) wrote: Hot Fuzz delivers on all the promise of Shaun of the Dead with a much stronger film in general. It also might have my favorite Timothy Dalton performance ever.

Simptica P (nl) wrote: It's hard to appreciate a documentary about the Burning Man ... until you were there yourself :-)

Simon D (de) wrote: I know the Gallo likes the intense close ups in his directing style but I was starting to think that he is a bit in love with his own looks for the first hour of this. I think that is because it didn't seem like there was much story going on. I stuck with it and it was worth it in the end. The story unfolds in about 3 minutes after a quite shocking scene with Chloe Sevigny which I thought was fairly unnecessary (I won't be able to watch this with my parents now). Despite the decent ending, you can't argue that the film is slow and for the most part you haven't got a clue what is going on. This makes it a pretty hard film to watch and lost it a star.

Jonathan S (it) wrote: Ouch! How do you go this wrong with cavegirls, dinosaurs, and...robots that look like Darth Vader rip-offs?

Rob S (de) wrote: Billy Liar is a very unique character study that is already in your face at the very start of the film. As Billy called downstairs to eat, he can't help lying in bed for a few minutes longer to fantasize about him being in an era of war, missing an arm and being a war hero.His distracted personality keeps him unorganized and lazy when it comes to work. Billy has failed to post calendars and we see them all shoved into a cabinet in his room, revealing he never intended to do something that was essential for his job. He lives with his family though he has a job that is above the lower-working class: he works at a funeral parlor.Billy has a dream to become a script-writer for a famous comedian, and he talks about it as if it was a certainty that he would get the job, though when he calls their office the secretary explains the man was not expecting a call from Billy, but Billy plays it off while people are listening that this comedian is eagerly awaiting him. Thus we see he cannot face the reality of the situation, and this amongst many other lies earns him his titular label: Billy Liar.Billy also doesn't know what he wants in a relationship, so he lies to two different girls he is dating that each are the only one in his life, and from what the girls say it sounds like he is engaged to both of them. Billy has to hide behind his lies because he simply doesn't know how to interact with other people.His constant daydreaming is the highlight of the film, hitting home the fact that he is living in his own fantasy world while he can't face the reality of his disappointing life. He lies to his family and friends, but when those lies are spread in public Billy can't take it and becomes embarrassed. This is a very good film both about fantasy and realism and they affect the central character.3.5/4.0

bill s (jp) wrote: I like schlocky horror movies of the late 70's early 80's and this fits that bill.