Birami Sahar (Sick City)

Birami Sahar (Sick City)

Story of a poor guy named Krishna who enters the world of drugs for fast and easy money and a luxurious life but sometimes things don't work out they way you want them to.

Story of a Poor Krishna who enters in to the world of drugs for his survival and quick money. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


You may also like

Birami Sahar (Sick City) torrent reviews

bill s (ru) wrote: These really are not my cup of tea movies but this coming of age teen dramedy was well acted and a fun watch.....neither of which I expected.

Becky B (ru) wrote: Beautiful movie! Very inspiring! The ending was disappointing though, because she didn't end up with the man she met on the road. Otherwise, it was a touching inspirational movie!

Zahid C (es) wrote: Day: ThursdayDate: 4 Apr 2013Time: 10.30 pmWith: No oneOn: Laptop

John A (ru) wrote: I loved the narrative style which often brought us into scenes before the film's primary characters arrived. The effect was disorienting and jarring, which beautifully mirrored the journey of the truck driver. Further, Loznitsa possesses a distinctive and engaging visual sensibility, while the narrative exploration of the dehumanizing effects of violence and the abuse of power offer a bleak jolt to our understanding of the world.

Lana R (ca) wrote: This is a truly heartwarming movie this is my favorite performance from Rickman by far

Chase M (br) wrote: Nigga why did movie get suchc bad ratings? It was illlllllll.

Ifiok O (jp) wrote: "Houseguest" seems to insist that White people really have a hard time telling Black people apart, as we learn when Kevin Franklin (Sinbad) is mistaken for an old friend of Gary Young (Phil Hartman); surprisingly enough, everyone involved fairs pretty well in the end. Other than the implausible premise, and the excessive product placement, this movie is harmless for families.

Michael W (es) wrote: Sorority house is stalked by escaped lunatic from the State Mental ward. Best scenes are Theta Omega Theta sisters eating Melanie's ice cream and raiding snobby Cindy's wardrobe while she is away. No pillow fights in this sorority.

Pete S (mx) wrote: Diana Ross is miscast, and rather badly at that. She is too old to be playing a hot new model, nor does she have the acting range for the role.

Adi S (nl) wrote: This movie is a must SEE TO BELIEVE type of scenario.

Jamine B (us) wrote: Lucas is my fave character; He's odd & cool.

Theresa H (es) wrote: Loved it want to see it again

Tatsuhito K (ag) wrote: A quite ambitious film adaptation of a supposedly unfilmmable novel (which I have not read yet). If it's lucky, this all-star cast road movie could become an ultimate travel guide for hippies, Aristocrats, and artists across the globe in the next few years (maybe decades, just as the novel became one of the American classics over a long period of time). I think I admire the film rather than like the film, and it can be tedious at times. But the performances are strong (Garret Hedlund and Kristen Stewart are sensational), the visuals are beautiful to look at, and the score is an aural treat at its best. On the Road has issues, but it's certainly not a failure. I may change my mind once I read the book, but for now I think it's a solid film.

Eerik S (jp) wrote: I like movies with interesting concepts and reading minds in right up there. Great movie. Highly underrated in my opinion.