Vijay Agnihotri is a wealthy, spoilt man who lives with his mother in the city of Mumbai. His mother has allowed him everything and more than that he wants. One day on a mishap Vijay manages to reach up with an air-hostess named Shivani Chopra, he immediately falls head over heels in love with Shivani. He tells his mother about his love, and his mother agrees to get him married, on there way to Shivani's house they get a nasty shock for Shivani had get married to Ashok Chopra, an air-line pilot. Vijay is unable to accept this proposal and continues to persuade Shivani to marry him. He even destroys Shivani's family and has her sent to jail. When Shivani is released from jail she plans to take revenge from Vijay and to make him account for all his sins.
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Qi Z (nl) wrote: The subject matter -- S&M -- does not interest me but the film stands on its own with "play-in-play-in-play". The psychological drama is intensely and deftly played by the two superb actors.
Paul D (ru) wrote: There's familiar themes of religious intolerance, irrationality and psychological problems born out of the Mumbai train bombings of 2006, and it's handled very well.
Gregory W (ag) wrote: life and love Brit style as several stories intersect with mixed results the all star cast makes this one go.
Ted W (br) wrote: I love power rangers the tv show but not this movie, terrible. The blue ranger breaks back and a little kid is now the ranger. Bad movie.
Tarek E (ru) wrote: An innovation, a true cult classic.
(it) wrote: Tupac is exceptional in this flick.
Mary H (jp) wrote: One of Shirley's greatest!
Jenna I (de) wrote: Meandering and pretentious for the most part. This movie kind of lost me, then had me, then lost me again. I loved the concept of this tumor developing and it being a furthering of your brain growth, but then they just moved on to some bizarre government conspiracy that felt meaningless. Loved the breathing televisions and VHS tapes but they were banking too strongly on this fear of objects being inserted into a (very vaginal) canal on Wood's stomach... an idea perhaps scarier for men than women. In the end I suppose the message is good. While it may seem innocent enough to watch a video, when we're exposed to images of violence -- whether they be real or fake-- there is a profound effect on us. Things that should horrify become normalized, and it can blunt our sense of empathy in our day to day lives. In the end of the movie, we can't leave Videodrome either.