Bluff Master

Bluff Master

Ashok (played by Shammi Kapoor), is on a lookout for a job. But that does not stop him from putting on airs and bluffing, pretending that he is from a rich family. As luck would have it, he get a job of a photographer for a fictitious tabloid - Bhukump, only to lose it, because he had the misfortune to click the photograph of the owner's daughter Seema (played by Saira Banu) slapping an eve teaser. Never one to give up, he somehow meets her and convinces her of his good intentions. When she falls in love with him, Ashok tries to give up bluffing. But it is too late. No one believes him.

Bombay-based Ashok is a fast-talking conman who will do anything for a buck, cheat, steal, and even sell a laundry receipt as a lottery ticket. He has, however, written to his village-based... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Bluff Master torrent reviews

Kersten R (jp) wrote: I love there singing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Bryan S (mx) wrote: My brother Kyle loves this movie! I think he has it on Blu-Ray.

Amy E (es) wrote: couldn't make it past the first 20 minutes :-(

David U (fr) wrote: Definitely more IMAX-y than Fricke's later work, which often makes it more bland, but also results it a few over-the-top visually intense scenes.

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Metaflix I (jp) wrote: Orson Welles didn't simply break all the rules of filmmaking as writer, producer, director, and star of Citizen Kane. He re-wrote the entire rule book.Not a single frame of film is wasted. The story, acting, and score are all superb, but it's Welles' camerawork that truly gilds this lily. Every shot is composed to its highest degree of artistic value using angles, lighting, framing, and depths of field that were never-before-seen (and still to this day rarely equaled). While surveying the RKO back lot in Hollywood at the time, Orson Welles stated, "This is the biggest electric train set a boy ever had." Fortunately for everyone else, Welles just so happened to be the finest conductor in town.

Andrei M (kr) wrote: his solution was simple and hard in the same time... firm and guide them to act now how they should act in the future so that they respected themselves...