Ayee Milan Ki Bela

Ayee Milan Ki Bela

Shyam works for Mr. Choudhry, and lives in a small village in India with his mother. Ranjeet, Shyam's childhood friend, returns from overseas, and all are overjoyed to see him back. Ranjeet and Shyam have a lot in common: Both are handsome, dedicated, pleasant and polite; Both share the same date of birth; and both also love the same woman, Barkha. It is the last similarity that causes friction between the two, so much so that Shyam is accused of impregnanting another woman, Roopa, and charged with stealing money.

Shyam works for Mr. Choudhry, and lives in a small village in India with his mother. Ranjeet, Shyam's childhood friend, returns from overseas, and all are overjoyed to see him back. Ranjeet... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Rider S (de) wrote: In all its fear, murder and crime, the film is in essence all about evil that lies within everyone. Dave is confined in his own dark world, which inevitably comes to haunt and control him. The pace of this film is slow and the development of characters and the plot is weak. The message behind the film is interesting, and the theme of horror, darkness and the evil (demons) is evident throughout the film.

Caila T (gb) wrote: omg emmet what are you doing there. lols. i love mandy. :)

Eric N (mx) wrote: The third movie in Chow's FX rampage. [He's like Jim Carrey who's become James Cameron.] I enjoyed it, I really did. But if I'm to be honest, I can't give it a high rating. It's not a family-friendly picture, it IS a FAMILY picture (aka kids & parents too). I'm not in that demographic, so it's not meant to be my cup of tea. I can see the good aspects though. First, it's well made. There are moments of brilliance. Unfortunately I also see the bad and it's real simple: the tone is all over the place. I know that's common in this culture but not so much anymore, and it's for the best by and large. Here there's Spielbergness, Shaolin/Hustleness, pathos..very mixed messages story-wise - it should've at least had a better story for a kid's movie. The FX totally eclipse the story here. But it's still a must-see for first-generation Stephen Chow fans who now have kids the age of the boy in the movie (who is very good...and a girl!? holy jeez, bravo!!)

Abrar A (fr) wrote: Easy on the eyes, hollow on the script

Armando B (kr) wrote: This remake was much better than I expected, loads of gore, nudity and the bloodiest movie I've seen, and the Pirahnas look insane. The humor and the suspense brings you into the movie, and it doesn't let's go until the end, good remake. As that being said, as all the remakes that they have made about animals in the water, this one meets my much better expectations, so for that I give "Pirahna 3-D" a solid C.

Emmanuel K (fr) wrote: A silent, unnerving and morally complex masterpiece.

Juan A (ru) wrote: Good story...but i don't want a husband like that....neither a adoptive family like that....everybody has secrets!

Lucero C (nl) wrote: If you are in the mood for a B movie, this could be a good one to watch! ahaha poor ben affleck, not his best work!

Eric N (it) wrote: The least fun yet also most mature and highest quality of Smith's work. Not a favorite but it's a sharp indie film. Glad he went there and showed he could do a good movie not just funny/shock.

Alexandria E (fr) wrote: Funny and not meant to be taken seriously. Enjoyable throughout.

Keith C (gb) wrote: The 5-10 minutes after he dons the glasses are quite chilling, but the vast majority of the film falls apart because of sloppy characterization and uninteresting plotting.

Erik P (gb) wrote: I think the biggest plus in seeing this was that 2003 Scott Speedman would have made a great lead in a Scott Stapp biopic...

Julio S (jp) wrote: Not as good as the others but it's watchable...sort of.