Daal Mein Kuch Kaala Hai is a tale of a budding actress (Veena Malik) who is over motivated to become a successful in Bollywood. The story starts with Mr. Dabu who is a middle aged man in his forties, a total looser absconded and is being left unaccompanied in life. All of a sudden he gets rich after hitting a roll-over prize of birthright, and then decides to walk off to this actress to share his destiny and his future in the company of her. The starlet gets surprised and shocked after witnessing so much of wealth with him in cash. She initially agrees what his boyfriend had planned out to con Mr. Dabu, but is totally puzzled on what to carry out. They both sooner or later travel to the mysterious island, which is further followed by her boyfriend and a couple of unknown friends. The entire journey is filled with full humor, enjoyment and entertainment. Written by Aanand Balraj
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Facebook U (fr) wrote: Pretty good action movie that is a real fantasy of girl action romance. Is this a film genre? Single girl meet single guy in the process of saving the world by killing a whole bunch of bad guys trying to kill him because he's the bad guy in possession of the rare treasure. Totally McGuffin. Some sort of remake of Hitchcock thriller with plenty of action and a frenetic pace full of improbable and unsurvivable incidents. In brief, pure fun. Cameron and Tom did a maximum of their stunts and it shows nicely. Lovely characters in spite of their killing chops. I guess it could be a date movie.
Muji T (mx) wrote: Can't help myself being critical while I watched it. Singaporeans' humor, so I can't understand. Just can't stand mixing Hokkien, English, Singuish, Cantonese, Mandarin, all these languages together!!!
Ben D (nl) wrote: A classic big wave documentary.
Acacia (br) wrote: Good but not amazing. And not for everyone. Not to watch with parents
Lasse G (mx) wrote: Cool watching kids rob a bank, but I didn't feel there was a point to it.
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Scott R (kr) wrote: Fun, humored murder mystery.
Tommaso D (br) wrote: Simply one of the best (or the best?) Rom-Com of the last 20 years.It gives an honest and sincere view on the complicated process of falling in love with somebody, helped by the innate charisma of Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel.
Nicolas B (kr) wrote: Really british movie. Accidental drug abuse and a gay midget on a funeral. If this doesn't convince you to see this movie I don't know what else could.
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Reed V (ag) wrote: As it draws from the same creative well as other, more successful, cinematic feats, it invites unavoidable comparisons, leading to an ultimately inferior product that stylized execution can only carry so far.