Chandni Bar

Chandni Bar

Chandni Bar, a film directed by Madhur Bhandarkar depicts the gritty life of the Mumbai underworld, including prostitution, dance bars and gun crime.

A displaced woman is forced to become a beer-bar dancer, and sire children of a gangster. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Chandni Bar torrent reviews

Aurlie B (it) wrote: Sympatoche mais sans plus. a se laisse regarder.

Tommaso D (nl) wrote: Hotel Rwanda is a deeply-touching movie that features terrific performances from Don Cheadle and Joaquin Phoenix.The story is insightful and it is told and portrayed at a high level of accuracy.

Martin B (de) wrote: This would be a great movie without the phony Soviet officer's personal chase after the protagonist.

Adrian C (us) wrote: this movie was really really bad. the acting was horrible. really cheesy horrible script. two thumbs down.

Jorge G (br) wrote: An underrated classic.

Leon M (us) wrote: TOMORROW is a very young Robert Duvall at his most powerful; it is Robert Faulkner (story by); it is Ansel Adams (stunning but stark black-and-white cinematography). Though from a Faulkner story, it could as easily have been by Flannery O'Connor or Eudora Welty-- it has some of that raw power and charm. Duvall is on record as saying he considers this one of his finest performances, in this reviewer's judgment even exceeding that in Tender Mercies. This is a great (as in superlative and timeless) movie, building with exquisite slowness, like a Bruckner symphony, to build a meditative cinematic masterpiece. Still mostly undiscovered, it will have a renascence someday. Recommended in the highest terms.

I dont know w (br) wrote: This looks like a pretty decent 1933 musical.

Jonathan M (au) wrote: As far as independent horror films go, this one is basically the dictionary definition of "okay". The concept of the movie seems fresh enough, but it was ultimately ruined by not delivering a haunting atmosphere akin to something like 'Grave Encounters', another low-budget psych ward horror flick (that I highly recommend). I personally think the found-footage gimmick would have actually helped this movie quite a bit. Just insert a guy filming special features for the movie the characters in the film are making and have him accidentally capture creepy shit. Sure, it would be a copy of 'Grave Encounters', but maybe that's not such a bad thing. In any case, 'Dark Feed' is entertaining enough to sit back and laugh at I guess. Simply put, I've definitely seen worse, and better.

Ilsa L (us) wrote: Robert De Niro gets an unexpected shot at real happiness in this entertaining comedy drama.

Jun Hao T (au) wrote: Every fifth november reminds me of this, truly a masterpiece.