Nilambhar Chakravorty belongs to a poor family, and lives in a joint family with his married brother, Pitambar, unmarried sister, Punnu, and wife, Biraj. Since his sister is of marriageable age, he arranges her marriage, and borrows some money. When Pitambar comes to know about this, he refuses to share any expense in his sister's marriage, and decides to separate, resulting in a fence being put up between their homes. Nilambher, unable to find employment, is unable to pay back the loan, and soon both he and his wife barely have enough to live on. To complicate matters further, Deodhar, a wealthy young contractor has his eye on Biraj's beauty and would like to be intimate with her, in return for money and a better life.
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familiar s (br) wrote: If Spoiler Alert is needed, feel free to have it. No objection from my end.Director: Sohail TatariWriter: Vikram BhattStars: Tisca Chopra, Paoli Dam, Arjun MathuFrom Wiki: "Ankur Arora Murder Case is a 2013 Bollywood medical thriller film directed by Suhail Tatari and written by Vikram Bhatt. The film takes up an urgent and disturbing issue of death during surgery and is based on a real-life incident where a boy dies on the operation table due to medical negligence. The shooting of the film started after nearly one year of research and similarities to real life are in this case, not coincidental."What's written below is void of law and, more specifically, order.Some of the critics have complained that the title reveals a bit too much. Given the way it's executed, I don't think so. Had it been in a way that facts get disclosed as the case proceeds, the title might have requited to be different. This movie, based on real events, shows how a renowned doctor's medical negligence was actually a murder. While the performance are okay, the story is executed a bit too conventionally. The love story of two interns, and then their break-up, an illegitimate relationship between the concerned lawyers, and eventually their break-up, finding the nurse and her changing the testimony, etc..... However, I was taken aback when they didn't show the intern and the damsel-in-distress becoming love-birds!!! I thought that the ending would be spared from it after another witness turns hostile too, but staying faithful to the conventional community, they simply couldn't help showing the good win v/s evil, regardless of how logically or otherwise it's done. As pointed out by a critic, IMO too, it's a wasted opportunity. At best, it could have fitted some reality crime show. Then again, I'm not sure whether or not, it's real. The disclaimer at the beginning of the movie surprised me as all along, it's promoted as being based on a real event. Not as in Fargo. The writer-producer says that it's based on a recent real case in the given nation. Being fictionalized is understandable, but I couldn't find any such real case from which it's claimed to be inspired. [Don't know whether it's my incompetency to find it or that it simply doesn't exist.] I can't recall the story of The Verdict, but it's said that it's rather inspired from it more or less (not much to speculate there since Vikram is significantly involved in the venture). Finally, while the movie focuses on medical negligence, if such were the events, how isn't it parental negligence too? Are hospital authorities to be blamed if the mother went out keeping the biscuits in the room, and no relative was present in the meanwhile? Whatever the case, I didn't find this murder entertaining or appealing. The case should have been dismissed and not brought before the audience.ADD-IT:- In retrospect, taking into account my own argument (on an unrelated matter), I must admit that just because I couldn't find it on the web doesn't mean that it isn't based on real events. All the same, had it been based on real events, shouldn't the disclaimer be that it's based on real events rather than it's entirely a work of fiction? Besides, while the ending is logical in the sense that the intern turns hostile on the stand, only to get the proof later from the doctor 's admission of the act, it could still have been done without her getting hostile, and making the doctor talk in some other way while the case was going on. The way it's done got my hopes up for a satisfactory ending, only to be crushed later. Last but not the least: blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah.................................................
Eric R (ru) wrote: it was aiight.. needs a lot of work to be believable though
Travis H (ca) wrote: this movie is awesome, "You know its heavy when the best surfers in the world have a blank look on their face"
Kenny N (nl) wrote: If you've seen "National Lampoon's Vacation," you've seen the best that this movie has to offer. Just go watch that movie instead. Like a roadside accident, move along, people, show's over, nothing to see here.
Melvin W (ag) wrote: "The Explosive Story Of America's Most Notorious Radicals." The Weather Underground is a really interesting and absorbing documentary that chronicles an unsure time in America. The Weather Underground bombed many public buildings in protest of pretty much anything violent that the government or police did. To me it's kind of hypocritical, but hey, they were trying. All their trying basically did nothing except make them complete outcasts and make them seem like mentally ill hippies. Their motives were comprehendible, but their actions, not so much. This documentary does a good job presenting the story through footage, interviews with actual Weathermen and little readings of letters and memoirs from the Weathermen. Now, listening to the much older Weathermen talk; most of them seem like your next door neighbor. The film manages to keep the viewers entertained while informing us on an important time in America. A time where we had groups rioting, smashing windows, robbing banks and blowing up buildings; all in the name of the demolishment of an unjust and oppressive government. Join the fight against the oppressor or you are the oppressor is what they believed. If you sit and do nothing in a time of war, when our military is slaughtering innocent civilians in Vietnam; then you are acting in a violent way. You aren't changing or calling for a change in what is taking place in the war. So to me, their beliefs on the war make sense. I just don't think that they went about it the right way.
Lee M (ca) wrote: Oldman's unfocused and self-indulgent directorial debut has moments of poignancy and insight, but not enough to make it recommendable.
RC S (fr) wrote: Movie was awesome as hell when I was a kid. Need to re-watch
Mitch N (au) wrote: The Best!!! Are you serious with these ratings!!!
Dennis S (ru) wrote: I consider this animated film a masterpiece. It's so very saddening watching this couple trying to go on despite the bleak reality that has suddenly come upon it.
Troy M (it) wrote: This controversial documentary was banned from 1967-1992 by legal action that was launched by state authorities, because it was considered a violation of the rights of privacy of the prison inmates however; I'm pretty sure it was done because it made the guards and physicians look bad.
Adrian V (gb) wrote: A very nice, tight little thriller, suspenseful and exciting from end to end. It's not exactly a "deep" movie and quite clearly a propaganda piece, but it has heart and wit, and a couple of very inventive action sequences. Hitchcock fans won't be disappointed!
Cooper H (jp) wrote: Blade II's plot is almost nonexistent but Del Toro manages to salvage parts of the movie thanks to the action, pretty good CGI, and another good outing by Wesley Snipes.
Phillip G (jp) wrote: I Wanted Something More. So Much Expectation Though Ultimately Let Down.
Virgil H (de) wrote: Great story. A million dollar reality TV show looking for a baseball star from the masses in cricket-crazy India. I'd definitely watch that instead of all these low-quality "reality" shows flooding TV with all their scripted melodrama and conflicts.
Scott O (nl) wrote: One of the most original concepts ever brought to film, the flaws are forgiven thanks to such an original concept.
Erwin M (kr) wrote: Very suspenseful and thrilling. Great to see Tobey Maguire back at it, and Liv Schreiber giving another great performance as usual.
Drake T (us) wrote: It's like they hired a bunch of cartoon writers from Nickelodeon for a straight to video animated film for 12 year old boys.... but then decided to spend millions of dollars instead to make it live action?The potential of the TMNT world is wasted on this juvenile experience, it's expensive entertainment targeted at an audience much too young to appreciate the possibilities of film making.It's clear that the entire franchise is for a very limited demographic and will never be a respected piece of entertainment. Shame.