Mr. Choudhary does not approve of his son, Arun, indulging in singing songs and music. He wants him to be a businessman like himself. Out of fear of his father finding out about his continued indulgence, Arun changes his name to Sanjay Kumar. He soon becomes a popular singer, and is even hired by the local radio station to sing songs. With his increasing popularity, the risk of his dad finding out the truth has also increased, and Arun must try and keep his family life and his singing career a secret, but the question is how long will he continue to do this.
Writer:Gauri Prasanna Mazumder (story), Din Dayal Sharma (dialogue), Din Dayal Sharma (screenplay)
Mr. Choudhary does not approve of his son, Arun, indulging in singing songs and music. He wants him to be a businessman like himself. Out of fear of his father finding out about his ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Shaeda M (gb) wrote: It could have been better... loved the ending !
R d (ca) wrote: One of Will Smiths best movies
Alex W (de) wrote: Only one or 2 memorable songs which is not enough for a musical. I am a fan of 60's music but whoever wrote these didn't really capture them, perhaps they should have gotten some of the right to some of the originals. There are some good singing and acting performances. The story moves as quickly as the face paced musical numbers as the forward momentum is non stop. It also sutbly changes the costumes and hairstyles to match the time without drawing to much attention to it.
Taba H (it) wrote: Harvoin nahnyt nain huonoa nayttelya ja tarinaa, Brookin tissit ovat paaroolissa ja tekevat parhaan suorituksen, ei paljoa tylsempaa roskaa voisi tehda, apinamaista kolmiodraamaa siis...
Jayson G (ru) wrote: A cross between HK cinema w/ Hollywood style
Tejas V (us) wrote: Majidi excels in humane movies and this one is another addition to his wonderful repertoire.
Loet R (jp) wrote: Long, wacky, making me dizzy, but moving and beautiful all at the same time.
Meg S (ru) wrote: Oh my god, why the hell did they kill shahrukh?? I hate them.
Austin F (nl) wrote: 84% Billy Madison will be sure to satisfy anyone in the mood for Adam Sandler's immature and silly type of comedy, and this is one of his best efforts at doing so.
Aaron W (mx) wrote: A bit scatter-brained and rather poorly edited with one of the most annoying choices for a narrator possible. Towards the end it gets more coherent and interesting; and there are some pretty nifty and comedically over-the-top fight scenes, but it certainly isn't the masterpiece that it's been built up to be.And were there really that many set bear traps just laying all over the place back then? Jesus christ, it's like accidentally fall down and you've got a fifty percent chance of getting your arm cut off.
Christie H (ru) wrote: totally creeped me the f**k out!
Sandeep M (nl) wrote: The film flashbacks about a teenager who has left his home, because of"Several" incidents happened upon by him. And after 25 years he managedto return to his home to attend funeral of his best buddy.Kind of dramatic sequences and may feel lil bit dragging. Portrayed in a documentary style rather than a commercial type. - Imported from Facebook (4 months ago)