When Ajay (Sunil Dutt) meets Asha (Asha Parekh), he mistakenly believes she's wealthy. The fact that she's not, however, doesn't prevent him from becoming smitten, and the couple soon marries with the full blessings of Ajay's family. Poverty is one thing, though, and childlessness quite another -- which Asha finds out the hard way. When she fails to produce an heir for the clan posthaste, her mother-in-law begins a search for her replacement.
- Stars:Sunil Dutt, Asha Parekh, Om Prakash, Kanhaiyalal Chaturvedi, Mukri, Sulochana Latkar, Dulari, Lalita Pawar,
- Director:Raj Khosla,
- Writer:Akhtar-Ul-Iman, O.P. Dutta (dialogue), G.R. Kamath (screenplay), Akhtar Mirza (screenplay)
Ajay Singh meets with pretty Asha Chibber, and is led to believe that she is wealthy. After a few misunderstandings, he does find out that she is from a poor family. Both do fall in love, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(nl) wrote: The movie, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, is about the life of Charlie ( Logan Lerman) and his life story in his town. In this movie it talks about Charlie's ups and downs in life struggling after the death of his Aunt Helen and the suicide of his best friend from middle school, Michael. Charlie struggles all through the rest of his middle school days, and the start of his freshman years in high school. He starts to grow a bond with his new friends, Sam and patrick, and he seems to slowly gets better. But near the end, his past slowly starts to catch up to him. And he'll have to face it as it slowly crawls back to him. The main characters in this film are Charlie, Sam, Patrick, Charlie's sister, and Mary Elizabeth. I like these actors a lot, because they show so much emotion that is expressed in the original novel. They really play out their character well. My favorite part of this film was the part where Sam and Patrick went to go see Charlie and they feel so free and so happy together going through the tunnel for the second time after discovering the original song they had. This just shows so much of their friendship together and their happiness just spreads onto the viewer. I like the book more than the movie, because the book gave so much more details about Charlie's life and the same things that really put the book together. The movie just put together only the main parts and the small parts that may be funny, interesting, or significant to the storyline.If I were to rate this movie I would give this 4 out of 5 stars, because it could have included more info on the novel and it would have brought the whole book together. The more details, it would have then made it easier to follow and fully understand all the little details in the movie.
(ca) wrote: Far from excellent, but certainly not deserving of anything as low as 17%. Miral tells the untold half of a controversial story with style if not substance, and is an earnest effort.
(gb) wrote: Though an obvious analogy to the post-9/11 atmosphere, The Conspirator tells the horrific true and tragic story of a perfect demonstration of pure injustice in the history of the USA. Brilliant acting, excellent writing, and although depressing, does leave us reflecting on morals. This film gives us the feeling of hearing a horrific true untold story that we will never forget, because we never expected such a tragedy happened.
(ca) wrote: I find this movie to be an excellent example of how the Universe uses us humans to fix issues. In Islam, like many other spiritual frame-works, the packaging (the words used to describe the ideas) is often confused with the content (the divine message). Sometimes to the point where the interpretation is actually contradicting the actual message. The Universe (or Allah, as it is called in Islam) places people in a situation, that makes them aware of certain misguided human add-ons, and provides the energy for them to try to initiate change. I think, it would be helpful, if we all, no matter what spiritual belief-system we follow, could find it in us, to accept that we all are lovable, loved, and loving individuals. We all long for the same basic feelings: security, happiness, fulfillment. Judging others is easy as it does not require me to change. It also prevents me from having to look at myself, which, if I had to do it, would actually make it obvious that ?I? need to change. I would like to try to allow others to be how they are, and focus more on myself and how I can grow and improve my ability to affect the change the Universe needs me to affect. The movie puts a face to the issue. It allows me to step into the shoes of another person; to feel and start grasping the issues they are struggeling with. I find ?A Jihad For Love? to be a wonderful contribution towards peace and spiritual growth.
(fr) wrote: As La Vie en Rose boasts the first female French performance to win the Academy Award for Best Actress in a non-English speaking role, it sounded like a film definitely worth seeing.La Vie en Rose is a foreign language film. Since I don't speak French fluently, I found myself continuously getting confused watching La Vie en Rose. This is because combined with the fact that the film is of a foreign language to me, it takes place in a series of non-linear events which resulted in me finding myself thoroughly confused as the story unfolded. I tried to keep up with things but I got lost attempting to decipher the truth behind the main character and what the story was telling because it seemed to just go from one dramatic aspect to another and jump back to previous points in time. Usually, biopics have a proper chronology. This is not the case with La Vie en Rose, and so it's easy to find yourself confused by the experience and not to have learned really all that much about the life of Edith Piaf except that she was a very ambitious and talented singer. But you can essentially expect that from the nature of the film and how it looks on the surface. Really, La Vie en Rose doesn't have the best form of storytelling to it and its constant chronological jumps really frustrated me and prevented me from truly enjoying the experience of La Vie en Rose like I should have. The constant time jumps always left me on edge about if the movie was or wasn't going to end at the end of the scene, and eventually I gave up on caring if or if not it happened. It detracted from the viewing experience and made the story less believable. I can't say for sure how much legitimacy is in the story of La Vie en Rose, but frankly I don't know what to believe because since the story couldn't follow a continuous path and decided to keep jumping from one time period to another, the experience was a shaky one, and that single handily prevented me from enjoying La Vie en Rose as a whole instead of just for many of its scenes.La Vie en Rose isn't exactly the best biopic in the world. I mean, it doesn't exactly have a continuous path that its protagonist follows for viewers to delve much into because it is always scattered and so it's another biopic that simply jumps from one key dramatic aspect to the next without exploring them too much. A lot of La Vie en Rose simply rushed by my eyes and I didn't pick up on the elements like I really should have. The experience really isn't the most deep and meaningful one as it shifts its focus less on the universe it takes place in and more on Edith Piaf. And while that's pretty much important because a biopic has to have a lot of focus on the real life person it chronicles, it would just be nice to understand why she made such an impact on the world or what kind of a world she was making an impact on. It's simply not the case with La Vie en Rose.Honestly, director Olivier Dahan just doesn't tie the story of Edith Piaf together in La Vie en Rose and takes a significantly more style over substance approach. But admittedly, the stylish qualities of La Vie in Rose are beautiful.The scenery in La Vie in Rose is unforgettable and is very beautiful, making the experience a more convincing one in capturing its setting. And it is all shot with beautifully distanced and angled cinematography which is commonly atmospheric and always manages to capture everything appropriate in perspective. And the makeup always manages to make the Edith Piaf seem accurately portrayed as she ages, so it is very beautiful from a visual perspective. And all the music in the soty is just lovely, but none of the qualities hold a candle to Marion Cotillard's lead performance which is simply incredible. Marion Cotillard gives one of the greatest performances I have ever seen a French actress give in a non-English speaking role, matching up to the heights of talented actress Adele Exarchopolous' amazing performance in Blue is the Warmest Colour. In La Vie en Rose, Marion Cotillard has to portray a real life iconic female French figure who faces a lot of serious emotional drama in her life and sings with an excellent voice. Marion Cotillard proves that it is no challenge at all for her. She flawlessly portrays Edith Piaf at many different stages in her life and conveys the true burning passion and desire that lied within her soul for so many years. She captures the fierce dramatic emotional nature of the woman without any problem and constantly brings the powerful dramatic plot dynamics to life. Edith Piaf led a very problematic life, and it all comes true thanks to the performance of Marion Cotillard. It is no surprise that she scored the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance, because her beauty, charm and the endeavour of her acting talents has never been as effective as it is in La Vie en Rose, a film about Edith Piaf which is clearly the role she was born to play almost as much as Robert Downey Jr. was born to play Charlie Chaplin in the biopic Chaplin. Both films face issues relating to story, but both films end up tied together thanks to the incredible lead performances that they boast, which in this situation is Marion Cotillard who nails the physical elements of her character to match her age and health and reveal the emotion within her soul through her facial gestures and gets the vocal elements of her character even better by screaming at the right tone and singing with a perfectly articulated voice. She is the physical embodiment of Edith Piaf and her performance is the greatest of her career. Marion Cotillard is unforgettable for her performance in La Vie en Rose, and for viewers that can tolerate the complicated story structure more than I did, it will save the film for you.And while no other performance in La Vie en Rose could match up to Marion Cotillard, the performances of Gerard Depardieu and Sylvie Testud also manage to give great support to the story.So thanks to an amazing lead performance from Marion Cotillard, La Vie en Rose is a memorable film, but underneath her and the visuals lie poor storytelling and an awfully tedious story structure.
(mx) wrote: kinda inspiring (despite some cheesy insert footage like the beaver) ... the timing of log cabin build .. in step with it all ...
(us) wrote: The only funny thing in this movie is when the queen of botox Melanie Griffith says that she's turning 33 years old!!!Did not see the end cause it was sooo boring.
(jp) wrote: Yes, you would not be able to get away with making this film in the United States. That's why I love foreign films so much. This is a very well done, bittersweet, funny coming of age film.
(ag) wrote: still the worst movie i've ever seen. it has a place in my heart for that.
(es) wrote: Cheesy market campaign of the 40's
(gb) wrote: I thought it was somewhat funny would see again
(gb) wrote: i think this is a piece of arts that's never been shown in any other films these days.. a lot of details are not too visible but it has some really important message that needed to understand.. and you will end up liking this movie or not at all, but seing a video explanation on youtube might help..
(es) wrote: What was he thinking with that pie, a classic comedy that most teen movies try to emulate.
(fr) wrote: Kinda half watched could be a little better or worse if watched closer