Suraj a painter who is called to paint Asha's adult image who was lost in her childhood but the housemaid requests him not to do as there is motive of killing behind this so to bluff the culprits Suraj paints image of his dead wife Chanda.
- Stars:Govinda, Madhoo, Ayesha Jhulka, Prem Chopra, Laxmikant Berde, Aruna Irani, Tej Sapru, Satyendra Kapoor, Tinnu Anand, Arjun, Asrani, Navin Nischol, Yunus Parvez,
- Director:K. Subhash,
Suraj a painter who is called to paint Asha's adult image who was lost in her childhood but the housemaid requests him not to do as there is motive of killing behind this so to bluff the culprits Suraj paints image of his dead wife Chanda. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Brahma torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Outstanding documentary. Highlights a complicated situation in the middle of a dark spot in recent American history.
(us) wrote: Good movie! True bravery during dire times. good acting.
(it) wrote: Wow. Excellent high concept zombie movie. Sure there's no shortage of that these days, but this one shines through the heap. Creative, clever and compelling.
(ru) wrote: Aunque los temas de la vida despues de la muerte y la aceptacion de la misma son tratados con toda seriedad queda la impresin que algo quedo a deber.Aun asi merece una oportunidad
(jp) wrote: Such a sweet, humorous and unpredicatable christmas movie. The kissing scene was spectacular!
(it) wrote: While not the perfect Dr Seuss adaptation, Grinch has a solid message on materialism, and Jim Carrey's performance is not to be missed.
(us) wrote: Great Aussie outback comedy movie and Susie Porter is bloody hot as hell in sex scenes.
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(ca) wrote: Something must be lost in translation for me...
(au) wrote: Dated and debatably insensitive but most certainly not racist or as controversial as its reputation suggests.Though typical early era Disney, it's also charming and sweet.
(mx) wrote: So much drama. I love it!
(kr) wrote: WHAT I LIKED: 'Wall-E' really is a bit of a departure from the usual Pixar formula, in that it tackles its message far more head on and does so in a way that will perhaps make even its youngest audience members consider something more than what's literally in front of them. That's because the entire premise for the story and every inch of the beautifully-realised world building is so geared towards this, and the result is something very sobering indeed, and actually extremelly delicate and slow. That's not saying it's all gone cold though, because the emotional significance of what Wall-E has to offer is on par with the studio's best, and the robot characters are as interesting and human as you could hope (intentionally more so, in fact, than the humans that occupy this story alongside). The result of that is a film that engages and touches your emotions, and consequently has you hooked in the desolate vision of its future dystopian world more than many un-animated offerings.WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: It wont slap that big Pixar smile on your face in the way you might have been expecting, and its slower pace does occasionally annoy too.VERDICT: 'Wall E' is a very different kind of Pixar movie, and whilst that may sadden some fans, for me it's one of their best.
(br) wrote: Visually wonderful, a 1939 technicolor piece, but oh it is so dated. It is ultimately about how the American settlers were able to displace the native people from their own land, and how unreasonably they were to side with the British who would have given them a chance to save their way of life. And Claudette Colbert, who spends most of the movie, wailing or fainting, is about 20 years too old to play a young bride.
(mx) wrote: Not my typical genre but hard to pass up with Henry Rollins in the lead. He is awesome in this. His deadpan delivery is what makes the movie and adds to the darkness and humour. Really excellent, really.