Bhavnao Ko Samjho

Bhavnao Ko Samjho

51 stand-up comedians first time together on silver screen.

After his deceased father disowns him, and wills the estate to his unmarried grand-niece, the son bribes a matrimonial agent to come with a groom who will handover the entire estate for a fee. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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August C (jp) wrote: I duno, it's like the rest of em like a more violent Saturday morning cartoon.

Richard D (br) wrote: What a strange ambivalent film. If there's a discernible message, it's that peace is the answer ... but people really suck, so sometimes you have to use violence ... but using violence will probably just get you killed anyway. I honestly can't figure out whether Tom Laughlin is some kind of genius or a complete moron. He's definitely not somewhere between those two poles. The endless hippie school scenes are ... well ... endless, and drag the film down (a pox on that little girl singing that song about her brother dying), but the action scenes are quite good and where else do you get to see a hippie Howard Hesseman do improv comedy?

Luke K (ru) wrote: Being a huge fan of the last Mike Cahill/Brit Marling collaboration 'Another Earth', I had high hopes for I Origins and was slightly disappointed. That being said, I can't help but hold huge admiration for this film simply because of how original and ambitious it is. I Origins has an intriguing, high-concept premise, with an atmosphere that is simultaneously melancholic and subdued, as well as hopeful and inspiring. Cahill is also effective in anchoring such complicated, high-scale ideas within a small and intimate love story. I Origins is well-acted, paced and directed, with surprisingly grounded and realistic characters, portrayed by two of my favourite actors Michael Pitt and Brit Marling. However, I believe it's faults arise in Cahill trying to do 'too much' and tackling too many themes with his statements on religion, science, reincarnation and fate. And unfortunately, I do find this film lacks the sense of wonder and magic that was so prominent in Another Earth. Whilst undeniably flawed, I Origins is still a wholly unique and involving film, dealing with ambitious and fascinating ideas of spiritual rebirth and metaphysical existence in a surprisingly human way.