Bandhana

Bandhana

A doctor (Vishnuvardhan) falls in love with his student (Suhasini) but fails to tell her about his feelings. When he finally musters courage to tell her she tells him that her marriage is fixed to Jai Jagadeesh. Vishnuvardhan cannot forget her and slowly withdraws into a shell. Meanwhile, Jai Jagadeesh starts suspecting his wife because she gives importance to hospital and starts misbehaving with her. Suhasini discovers that Vishnuvardhan is terminal and may not survive for long. She starts taking more care of him in hospital. This frustrates her husband even more and he fights with Vishnuvardhan. Suhasini goes home to explain to her husband but discovers that her husband has abused the maid. She decides to leave him but Vishnuvardhan tries to convince her husband that his relationship with Suhasini is pure. Jai Jagadeesh misbehaves with Vishnuvardhan and Suhasini gets hurt while trying to make sense with her husband. Finally Vishnuvardhan dies saving her baby.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
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  • Release:1984
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Mike A (nl) wrote: One of my favorite John Wayne movies

Gary M (ca) wrote: Wow! This movie is amazing

Derek W (jp) wrote: An unlikable main character and a confusing plot make Holy Motors a cringe-worthy and un-recommendable fiasco.

Samantha H (kr) wrote: Garrett Hedlund's best performance! His voice is stunningly amazing! The soundtrack for this film is beautiful! All round this is a spectacular film that surrounds a heartfelt story with country music. loved it!

destiny s (es) wrote: iloveeeeeeeeeeeeeeee this movie

Jeffrey I (de) wrote: One of the most moving documentaries ever filmed.

Dustin D (es) wrote: Visually stunning, but feels a little pandering to the Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon audience.

Gavin M (gb) wrote: Fascinating documentary about the murders of two great rap artists.

Daniel H (ca) wrote: The purest form of irony ever. Awful film.

Rob L (us) wrote: Nothing special. Several actors in this that I don't like at all. Actually most of the cast are not good. I like a small cameo by Jack Black and overall story had some merit..but it's something that you just want finished.

steve m (nl) wrote: Great drama...ready to read the book!

Brody M (ru) wrote: Ed And His Dead Mother was a different type of zombie flick but it just wasn't as funny as I thought it was gonna be.Most of the funny moments came from Ned Beatty as the perverted uncle.Other than that, It's Not something I'd watch again

Stuart K (fr) wrote: Written, produced and directed by Larry Cohen, who came from writing television shows like The Fugitive and Columbo, and later screenplays for films like Phone Booth (2002) and Cellular (2004) comes this down and dirty rags to riches crime drama. It's quite powerful, and despite being shot on the cheap, it has a clout. Tommy Gibbs (Fred Williamson), has grown up on the mean streets of Harlem in New York, back in the 1950's he was brutally attacked by a racist white cop called McKinney (Art Lund), and since then, he's turned to a life of crime. We pick up Tommy's life in 1965, as he joins the New York mafia, and works his way up the ranks eventually becoming head of his very own black crime syndicate in Harlem. He even has his own father Mr. Gibbs (Julius W. Harris) helping out, and Tommy ends up falling for Helen (Gloria Hendry), who he ends up marrying. Now in control of his own criminal empire, he uses it to take control of organised crime throughout New York City, and it isn't long before he's being targeted for assassination, and the cops are on his tail as well. It's well filmed with a likable lead performance by Williamson, who mixes toughness with coolness, and it comes across as one of the best blaxploitation films of it's day, violent but done with a cool, blackly comic flair as well, plus this has an ace score by James Brown too.