Brahmachari (Shammi Kapoor), an orphan with no identity, takes care of many children who are orphans in his home. Being poor, it is hard for him to take care of their every need. One day he saves a young woman Sheetal (Rajshree) from committing suicide. She's in love with Ravi Khanna (Pran) who likes to have many affairs. Brahmachari promises to get them together but asks money from her in return. Day and night he works on her appearance to make Ravi like her, but Brahmachari falls in love with her. When Ravi proposes to Sheetal, she realises she loves Brahmachari. He denies his love for her saying he wants to be big in life and marry a rich girl. When she tries to commit suicide again, he accepts her.
Writer:Sachin Bhowmick (screenplay), Sachin Bhowmick (story), Anand Romani (dialogue)
Of unknown parentage, as he was abandoned as a child, calling himself Brahmachari (Shammi Kapoor) lives in a heavily mortgaged house, with twelve other young orphans, and a servant/former ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Brad D (mx) wrote: A cyborg, ninja, scientist, a mercenary, and ancient Rome all in one movie? Sounds great right? It's not. Trust me.
Tiana W (us) wrote: my children love. to watch every Halloween.
Jamie B (fr) wrote: Boring story, crxp cast, zero scares, predictable. VERY SHXT.
Brian O (ca) wrote: I call bullshit, this movie had a great premise and good acting, if A list celebs were in this movie it would have a ripe review.. I do debate the so called critics review, and the normal jaded person who watches movies all the time, and always hate it... I've watched movies like eraser head that was completely fuckin crazy and had no point at all ( maybe worst fuckin movie ever) get a great review.. If you say a movie like that is great then ur perception of movies is completely garbage... U have a weird shit taste in movies and your opinion shouldn't matter..
Mario S (kr) wrote: After wowing Cannes again! Here comes Sicko. Gotta watch...
Paul D (br) wrote: This movie looks absolutely beautiful! The animation is quite amazing. The story itself is a little weird, but it is interesting enough that I am sure the whole family will enjoy it. It may be an older movie, but it looks stunning in high definition. If you like these kinds of movies, you should watch this one.
Shawn H (nl) wrote: I rarely walk out of a film. Thankfully this was free on some movie channel and so when I stopped and deleted it I didn't feel guilty for wasting money, though I definitely had wasted my valuable time. I so enjoyed this book when I was a kid and loved the artwork, though I always thought Max was a total creep, and would've been happier if the monsters had eaten him (yes, that's what I thought even as a kid when I first read it). But this film adaptation, while amazingly accurate visually, was so slow, the dialogue unnecessarily dragged out, the action ridiculously slow, that I simply couldn't take it. I think I might've made it a little over a half hour before I shut it off out of sheer disgust.
Davey M (kr) wrote: More than probably any movie I've ever seen, "Valerie and Her Week of Wonders" evokes the wandering, disruptive logic and disturbing imagery of dream life, and more than any vampire movie I've seen it gets at the Freudian sexuality at the heart of vampire mythology--the beginning of puberty, incest, rape, desire, disgust, and horror. The imagery is haunting, the music beautiful, and the nightmarish fairy tale story hypnotic.
Muffin M (gb) wrote: I own this on DVD and Blu-Ray.
Jonathan S (gb) wrote: The film is alright, and misleading. The film is called "Sponge out of Water", but only 15-20 minutes of it was spent out of water. The first hour was just cartoon Spongebob, 20 minutes of it was live-action CGI, and about 10 minutes of credits.
Brad M (es) wrote: Absolutely loved this movie, it was very funny. The actors did a great job. I would have given it 5 stars if it wasn't for the abrupt ending.Probably one of the funniest movies of the year, I saw it on a plane, and laughed out loud a few times.