Chal Pichchur Banate Hain

Chal Pichchur Banate Hain

Suraj has everything any young man would kill for–an MBA, a well-paid job and an offer from the UK. But his dream is to become a filmmaker, and so he says goodbye to his career. Disowned by his family and friends, Suraj starts out at the bottom, pasting movie posters on walls and also faces rejection from the industry as well. This movie follows his journey from being an MBA to a filmmaker.

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Rene M (ca) wrote: I really want to see it...seems like its gonna be super fun!!!

Christopher K (ru) wrote: Haven't walked out of a movie in like ten years. Thanks for ruining my streak.

Brendan R (ca) wrote: If you like Phineas and Ferb then this movie is more of the same. I often quote it with my wife and children. Love it.

Yase M (gb) wrote: Zu aufgetragen - zu bertrieben was die brutalen Szenen anbelangt. Wre nicht ntig gewesen und glaubhafter an der einen oder anderen Stelle. Schade, sehe auch die Feder von Fatih Akin nicht... Lasst es bleiben...No go!

Crystal L (br) wrote: An interesting movie, but one I realize would not be everyone's cup of tea. I agree with many others that the world and character designs are interesting, as is the story. It is something well worth watching for the worms alone xD

Alejandra P (nl) wrote: Asi o mas pitera la peli!! jajaja bien raras todas las chavas literal!!! El wei asi o mas pepinazo, el discurso que se echo a lo ultimo estuvo coqueto! Pero no mas, el roomie asi o mas estupido dah!

Jamie C (mx) wrote: So my 1st review on this site is Speed 2, Fair enough, Anyway, I don't really understand why it's hated so much as I enjoyed it more than the first, With non stop action and chases, Ok the story is old and the acting isn't great but come on there are allot of action films allot worse than this.

Zoran S (fr) wrote: Imperfect and overly long, but John Alton's photography and Burt Lancaster gives a fantastic performance.

Scott S (us) wrote: None But the Lonely Heart (1944) -- [6.0] -- Cary Grant plays a wandering Londoner who's reluctant to settle down. This changes when he discovers his mother, played by Ethel Barrymore, has terminal cancer. Poverty and loneliness drive Grant and Barrymore to desperate measures, and just when you think things can't get any gloomier, the film ends with foreshadowing of the second world war. "None But the Lonely Heart" is a dark film, but it has heart. Cary Grant drops his trademark wit and confidence for a much more vulnerable performance, one of the most dramatic of his career (up there with "Penny Serenade"). The best scenes are the early ones between Grant and Barrymore, where the estranged mother and son take cautious strides to reconnect with one another. Barrymore's performance earned her an Academy Award (for supporting actress) and Grant was nominated.

Private U (mx) wrote: I would have to say that this is indeed my favorite movie! one of the best! I do agree that Ethel Waters and Lena Horne performed very well!! I sing along everytime i see this movie!!!

Matt C (jp) wrote: ROOOOOOOFIOOOOO. Another Robin Williams' great, twisting on a classic tale.

Jessica L (fr) wrote: This brings back so many memories! It made me realize how much I misses this show. Every element of Veronica Mars is still present. LoVe it!!! I feel so obsessed I want to rewatch all three seasons again.