Not wishing his son to grow up like himself, a brutish criminal secretly swaps his baby for that of a wealthy entertainer. Is the boys' destiny written in their genes or can the change of environment make a difference ? Their lives and those of their fathers inevitably collide.
- Stars:Raj Kapoor, Randhir Kapoor, Rekha, Prem Nath, Dara Singh, Pinchoo Kapoor, Narendra Nath, Urmila Bhatt, Alka, Satyajeet, Baby Pinky, Master Sailesh, Aarti, Rajan Kapoor, Subash,
- Director:Randhir Kapoor,
- Writer:Prayag Raj (dialogue), Prayag Raj (screenplay), Prayag Raj (story)
Shankar is a hoodlum who lives in a shanty hut with his pregnant wife, Kanta, and makes a living as a career criminal. He prays to Lord Shiv that if he is blessed with a male child, he will... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dharam Karam torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: I don't watch the dinosaur shows on cable television, and I'm not educated enough to know whether or not current research supports these creature's depictions - like the T-Rex piling dung and other material on top of their eggs to create warmth via a compost heap - but this was a charming handful of vignettes about the only alien world the human race will likely know for a long time. The writers smartly created stories we could identify with, like one following an eccentric dinosaur whose fixation in the entertainment of moving objects (think of any dog ever) catches him in mortal danger, and another whose curiosity finds themselves drugged by mushrooms into a semi-incoherent state and in danger by two opportunistic predators. Then there are the themes and emotions in parenting, where among the few stories told, one begins with a winged reptilian mother teasing her three nest-bound young with a fish. She then swallows it whole to demonstrate that the free-ride is over and it's their time to fly and feed themselves. I won't say what happens next, but let's just say nature, by default, is not on any individual's side. "Dinotasia" handles the story of the dinosaurs as a dark comedy that reminds us of our own fragility and potential impermanence, relying on luck, fate, and instinct. I recommend checking it out while it's on Netflix streaming.
(us) wrote: Creepy doc as unsettling as the best horror movies.
(es) wrote: Aging visual effects are redeemed with great casting and legendary characters. Loki is one of the best Marvel villains to date and his backstory is a must watch in this movie.
(jp) wrote: The shittiest movie in looooong time.....
(au) wrote: It's an interesting story that works for the most part. The mistery is nice at first, has some disturbing imaginary on a couple of scenes and one or two neat twists but are a bit forced and predictable. Technically, it's a horrible movie to look at with an atrocious camera work and unconvicing soundtrack. Passable.
(de) wrote: One of the best movies I've seen in a while, throughout the movie you start to care for the main characters the acting was just that good. It was a mixture of comedy action, and honestly the ending was just too sad. But it gets a solid 5 stars from me