Well known for his believes in fairness, justice, and fair play, Raja Prithviraj holds sway over a large rural territory in India. His word is the law, and no one would dare to cross swords with him. Prithviraj lives with his only daughter, Tejeshwani, in their exclusive palace. Years later, Tejeshwani has now grown up, attends college, on occasion with her pet cheetah, meets with handsome young fellow collegian, and after several misunderstandings and confrontations, both fall in love with each other. When Prithviraj comes to know of Arjun, he invites him to his palace, insults him, and asks him never to see Tejeshwani again. Watch what Arjun and Tejeshwani do to change her father's mind, knowing fully well that no one in their community will stand up against the Raja.
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Ethan H (us) wrote: Please give me my hour and a half back.
Clark A (us) wrote: This movie is insane! Everything you wanna see in a action movie... 2Omins of dialog so you know the basic story and the rest just watching people get there asses kicked!!! Best Kung fu/action movie I seem in ages!!!
Scott A (it) wrote: Okay but a total Sixth Sense ripoff. And the ghosts just look like dirty people. And I swear the ripped off Creighton Duke from Jason Goes To Hell too.
Alexander C (ru) wrote: Would like to get round to watching.
Billie W (au) wrote: The otherworldly animation was lovely, but the story was less than engaging, though it had its moving moments. Watching the mannerisms of the cat was often the most interesting thing going on.
Eliel L (de) wrote: Animacin salida del mismo infierno!
Eugene B (br) wrote: Although marred by a questionable characters and plot points, the film is smart and fluidly directed. Erin Brockovich highlights Julia Roberts in her finest form ever, displaying her charm, charisma and humor in an empowering performance that helps define the tone of this dramatic biopic. 4.5/5
Bloodmarsh K (es) wrote: 'You want it?''Go get it.'One of those rare moments where Cage is a likable character, and a decent actor. Neither has happened very often.
Niraj V (nl) wrote: Arz kiya hain..........I was in 2 minds about watching this one. The reviews were either slamming it or saying that its OK. So I start thinking about the old Chashme Buddoor, and feel like I'll be betraying an old love if I see this new one.............However, one phone call from an old friend, Richie, settled the matter and off we went, Richie, Banya and me, to see David Dhawan's latest offering.The basic story is the same as the original one, but Dhawan has really remixed it in a very nice way, so that you don't really find yourself comparing it to the original and begin to enjoy it as a stand alone film.The gags come at regular intervals, and while some you've heard before, others a re really funny. Even the ones you've heard before are delivered in a way that will elicit at least a chuckle from you.The credit for the above really goes to one person - Divyendu Sharma. Having really made an impression in "Pyaar Ka Punchnama" (go watch it if you haven't already!!!!!!!!!), he really is on fire here, with perfect comic timing and great deadpan looks, and far outshadows the rest of the cast. It would be a shame if he were to not get any awards for his performance.Siddharth, as the over the top filmi friend, does well too, and its a refreshing change from his sombre serious role from Rang De Basanti, that most of us will remember him from.Ali Zafar, the "hero" of the movie, disappoints. For some strange reason, I cannot seem to stop feeling that he is not suited for Hindi movies. His looks, while chocolate boyish, somehow don't match, and his diction has far too much of a pakistani accent to it. I felt that in Tere Bin Laden as well as in Mere Brother Ki Dulhan.The leading lady, Taapsee Paanu, fails to impress at all. I suspect this will be her swan song. Enough said.The other characters, Rishi Kapoor, Anupam Kher, Lillette Dubey, Bharti Achrekar etc are entertaining.In summary, please watch this as if it were a stand alone film and I can bet you that you'll come out smiling, and watch it you must because its a nice movie, which will make you laugh.A note to David Dhawan (as if he's gonna read this review!!!!!!!!): You could have saved yourself a lot of hassle by just naming this movie something else, like Haseena Baharwali Le Jaayega Deewaana, and all the critics would have had very different things to say about this one.
Mitchell W (jp) wrote: One of Hitchcock's weakest and least interesting films from the '40s, it's still entertaining in spurts and the famous "rain scene on the steps" is wonderful - a better description would ruin it, but just this past year, one of the better scenes from Spielberg's "Tintin" adaptation nicked a few ideas from it.
Sanity Assassin (it) wrote: another enjoyable episode of middle earth. highlight of this one had to be legolas.
Jeff J (it) wrote: Decent film that gets the job done.