Kajal is a beautiful and talented young woman who loves songs and dances and attends various shows. At one of the shows she attended she gets to meet Ravi, a popular singer and both are head over heel in love with each other and they soon got married. Kajal relocates to Ravi's parental mansion and is all welcome as a bride there. But soon her marriage life goes over the board when Ravi's scheming cousin and uncle has him killed. Unable to bear the shock Kajal relocates to a different city and gets to meet the wealthy and care-free Raja Sahai, who proposes marriage to her but she refuses and wants to live as Ravi's widow but destiny has other plans for her.
- Stars:Rishi Kapoor, Divya Bharti, Shah Rukh Khan, Alok Nath, Deven Verma, Dalip Tahil, Sushma Seth, Asha Sachdev, Brahmachari, Amrish Puri, Saleem, Tilak, Vinod, Mahendra, Isha,
- Director:Raj Kanwar,
- Writer:Sagar Sarhadi (dialogue), Sagar Sarhadi (screenplay)
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(ca) wrote: This Onur Tukel comedy looks much better than his latest Applesauce, even if it's much lighter and has less drama. A simple Woody Allen-style relationship farce is turned around by all figures becoming zombies and having fun at the expense of the others. Dating and sex is great again, and you won't die. But the essential question with whom to live becames even more troublesome, because it's not 40 years anymore, it's becoming forever. Which closes the circle of the relationship dilemma.Most of the scenes play outside, which makes great lightning and the camera is always on the move, and the actors are fantastic, esp. my favorites Dustin Guy Defa, Keith Poulson, Alex Karpovsky and Melodie Sisk.
(it) wrote: This film is a fun mash-up of the werewolf storyline mixed with a cop film. Although overly disgusting for its jokes at times, this movie at least was mildly entertaining.
(us) wrote: Probably the worst film ever. I mean EVER.
(it) wrote: Actually really liked this one... Simple concepts, fun fighting, easy to watch.
(nl) wrote: a very insightful documentary. making a steinway concert grand is certainly not an easy task. the most interesting part is the interviews with the makers, musicians, and buyers - the "same" piano in
(it) wrote: I certainly didnt love this and if Rock is married im sure his wife would also hate this mess. Its tonely odd and quite hideous in its depiction of women and MarriageShocking
(us) wrote: You can feel a sense of meditation when Sir Simon Rattle is doing his talk, revealing the idea of the project. Music and dance are not things coming with confusion, but something for you to imagine.
(kr) wrote: Blanchett AND Jolie??? How can I refuse?
(au) wrote: An interesting ensemble cast assembled here with Perkins in the lead recovering over the loss pf a loved one and trying to find the best way to move on. A time filler.
(br) wrote: A childhood favorite. Entertaining and morbid. A must see for horror fans.
(br) wrote: not bad for still in film school
(ru) wrote: i would like to see this
(ca) wrote: The film's main problem is it's pacing. While it's consistently entertaining all the way through, the real highlight moments are too few, not to mention the two story elements of the film - the action crime thriller it sort of starts out as, and the schlock gore fest it ends as - feel a bit unbalanced in terms of the whole of the film. Maybe cutting the film down a bit could've helped the pacing? In any case the film is still entertaining with a great soundtrack, great humor, and some inventive creature and gore effects. Despite no one delivering an amazing performance, Harvey Keitel is on point as always, George Clooney is delightfully intense, and Quentin Tarantino has a talent for playing creepy motherfuckers it seems. Badasses like Danny Trejo and Tom Savini being in the film doesn't hurt either, not to mention the voluptuous Salma Hayek in one of the sexiest scenes ever put on film. Said scene and the mayhem that follows is the highlight of the movie - blood and gore, funny one-liners, and smoking hot women turning into vampiric reptile monsters. I can dig it.7+/10
(kr) wrote: I used to adore this film as a child. Some moments were a bit frightening, but others were fun and magical. I probably wouldn't mind watching it again now.
(mx) wrote: so deliciously tacky, not too much of a plot line but hey it was good times all around.