Biwi No. 1
Prem and Pooja lead an ever so normal rich life. Pooja who is busy, with her 2 adorable kids and Prem's mom, neglects her man. A gorgeous model, Roopali , enters Prem's life to revive him of his ever so bouncing hormones. Prem leads a double life being a doting father and ever-loving husband on one hand and prancing around the streets with Roopali on the other. Add to all this Lakhan and his wife are good friends of Prem and his wife. Prem wants to have the cake and eat it too. Pooja soon discovers Prem's love and gives an ultimatum. Will Prem go for Pooja? Or will he settle with Roopali?
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Biwi No. 1 torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Beautiful, but true :)
(us) wrote: Beautiful, moving, brilliant.
(ag) wrote: This was done well for a low budget horror movie. The story was interesting, with religious themes, the acting was good, and the effects were minimal but acceptable. There were no scares, however there was enough tension built up to overcome it. Surprisingly above average.
(ru) wrote: The environmental message can be perceived as preachy by some, the story and the characters don't have nearly as much depth as in the original book, and the acting just plain sucks! However, the movie as a whole could be even worse.
(fr) wrote: Just to see how horrible it is!
(mx) wrote: OK fictional period/historical pic
(au) wrote: This is the 2nd worst movie I've ever seen. If I was president I'd destroy every copy of this movie in order to save future generations from seeing this garbage.
(gb) wrote: Little seen inspirational running movie.
(gb) wrote: Great Comedy ! You will Laugh and you will cry !
(nl) wrote: i love this. the amount of times i've seen it is too many. the music amazing, eveything, amazing.
(fr) wrote: Here is a premise of a film where it starts with an infestation of rabbits (lepus=rabbit). Then, one rabbit is injected with some sort of chemical and begins to grow, and multiplies, and more rabid, deranged bunnies are created. They become compulsive killers. Somebody came up with this idea. This somebody is obviously an idiot. This has got one of stupidest films of 1970's. The rabbits are too slow for humans to not outrun and the chose them being evil is purely insane. In addition, the sounds these rabbits make are similar to that of guinea pigs or combination of pressing play and fast forward on a tape recorder. They move as fast as slugs and yet the people are to incompetent to avoid their deadly terror. This idea was stolen from Hitchcock's great, "The Birds," but the inspired idea was ineptly expressed. In addition, who the hell compiled the makeup for Janet Leigh and why on earth she in this film in the first place? She would make for more of grandmother than mother to her daughter within this movie. The score is also notably bad. Deranged awful movie! The ending is absolutely terrible!
(es) wrote: It's almost hard to believe that a movie this refined is a first time directorial debut. However, once you associate Matthew Vaughn's name, the great aspects of Layer Cake start to make sense. The film is packed with the same biting dialogue and cheeky humor, as well as hints of hyper-fast editing and directing, that the rest of Vaughn's filmography is known for. The story isn't particularly groundbreaking for the genre, and it even becomes a little convoluted at times, but it manages to hold your attention through many twists and turns. The biggest reason this film keeps you engaged is Daniel Craig: he has the smooth demeanor he'd eventually use for the James Bond franchise, as well as strong moments of confidence and emotion. The supporting cast is full of familiar faces (Sienna Miller, Tom Hardy, Ben Whishaw, and Michael Gambon all make appearances), and they all do a fine job supporting Craig's nameless character. As a first feature, Vaughn manages to hit almost all of the right notes, and the film as a while serves as a solid foundation for the career of one of the brightest and most fun directors in the business today. Layer Cake is simply a fun time; any Matthew Vaughn would be wise to check this one out.