Ek Chadar Maili Si

Ek Chadar Maili Si

Rani gets into trouble after the death of her husband, Trilok. Her mother in law all the time curses her. Her family's crises worsens with the arrest of her brother in law, Mangal. Now she has to feed her family from nothing. Moreover she also has a social insecurity due to her husband's death. How will her family recover?

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:1986
  • Language:Hindi
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

Rani gets into trouble after the death of her husband, Trilok. Her mother in law all the time curses her. Her family's crises worsens with the arrest of her brother in law, Mangal. Now she ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Luciano G (nl) wrote: "The Haunting of Whaley House" is a good movie that is entertaining and just the right amount of spooky and creepy........well worth a watch if you like movie about hauntings,..

Maineutral R (ca) wrote: Some of the very worst shit ever, and with NAZIS!!! This film has a boring pace, story and characters, with bad acting, horrible special effects and lack of any exitement. The thing is this movie is so bad is hilarious, every second there's something to laugh your ass out, specially that poorly generated robo-Hitler-thing that belongs to movies like Birdemic. If you're going to see it, do it by your own risk, this can destroy your hope and faith in movies.

Yui T (es) wrote: We blame China for being the biggest contributeur of CO2, but why are they where they are today to begin with? There are some people whose lives are at stake because of our need of endless consumption.

Bradley H (us) wrote: Intriguing expose of the magazine mogul that runs about a half hour too long. It sheds interesting light on Hef's activism over the years, but veers off course when it tackles his personal life.

Ashley H (es) wrote: Hyde Park on Hudson is a disappointing film. It is about the love affair between FDR and his distant cousin Margaret "Daisy" Suckley. Bill Murray and Laura Linney give horrible performances. The script is badly written. Roger Michell did a terrible job directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.

Darla B (kr) wrote: Important work about how screwed up our country has gotten. Really well done.

Rony P (nl) wrote: A highly accomplished and searing directorial debut by Nandita Das.....the ensemble cast is outstanding!!!!

DeAndre W (ca) wrote: A bad but enjoyable romp.

Tom B (au) wrote: Re-watching this in 2011, City Hall is still a decent film, but not a great one. Pacino looks slightly weak but delivers a powerful lead role, alongside an excellent young John Cusack who pair up and save this political drama. The cast is excellent, the plot enjoyable and the captured look pretty real and strong, but it lacks any depth or action.A classic 90's style U.S drama movie with entertaining performances amidst an unsurprising plot, created by 3 great writers of the time.

Esteban G (ca) wrote: Mr. Jones is all about Richard Gere. The rest of the actors, the story, and the dialogue are not very memorable at all, but I found Richard Gere s performance truly fantastic and memorable. His character suffers from manic depressive disorder and it was probably a very difficult part to play, but Gere absolutely nails it. He was so fun to watch on screen when he played the extrovert. He talks to every stranger he meets, he just has such a great personality and can pick up any girl he runs into. He is just unstoppable, he interrupts the director at an orchestra, and he has dreams of flying so he walks through the top of construction homes. During some moments he has suicidal impulses, and then at other moments he feels very depressed and is so timid and doesnt want to talk to anyone. These changes of character could have been a tough task for other actors, but Gere is great at going through every one of these phases. He is extremely funny and likeable when he plays the energetic and life loving character. I think he was inspired in Robin Williams during those scenes, so funny. These scenes are the high point of the movie, which switches its genre at the same time that Mr. Jones (Gere) switches his mood. It goes from comedy to drama from one moment to the other and completely depends on Gere and his performance. I wasnt convinced by Lena Olins performance as the psychiatrist who falls in love with Mr. Jones and has an inappropriate relationship with him. The main point of this movie is not as much as their relationship as it is facing the disease and confronting it. During the high points of Jones life he lets his inner kid out and he is just more interesting than any other normal person. In those moments he is truly enviable. But then when he goes into his depression stages you feel sorry for him and really understand that he needs help. The movie will have you changing moods just like Jones does. I guess the only other thing that stands out in this movie is the performance by Delroy Lindo who seems to be very concerned for his friend and is always willing to give him a lending hand and helping him confront the sickness. There is nothing else that is worth pointing out about this movie except the character that Gere creates. The psychological aspect is explored at some points, but the ending really felt kind of open-ended and an easy way out to close the movie. I guess you cant explore the psychological aspect as much in a two hour period, but Gere s performance is what stands out in this movie and makes it endearing and likeable.

Gareth D (es) wrote: Scariest 10 year old I've ever seen, disturbing film - one of the only few still banned in the UK today. Worth a watch if your constitution can take it.

Charlie 7 (us) wrote: The theatrical version of Alien 3 is very depressing and a underwhelming film to sit through. Don't bother with this version. I highly recommend you simply see the 2003 special edition.

Jairo A (es) wrote: Big is a fun coming of age/fantasy type movie. Now, where the heck can I find a Zoltar machine so I can do the opposite of what happens in BIG?...pop in quarter and go back to the 80s!

JamesMasaki R (us) wrote: Fassbinder created the first uber-slacker film, but it's never mentioned in the same vein as others, most likely because it was more depressing than it was funny. The xenophobic moments with the Greek man (played by Fassbinder himself), the nonchalant dialogue, and the minimalistic scenes with little dialogue could have easily been a minor comedy if made by someone else. But I guess there really isn't much to push this film into a Fassbinder classic, but like "Love Is Colder Than Death", it shows the talent to come soon.

Augustine H (it) wrote: In terms of either Neorealism or performance from Giulietta Masina, this piece has nothing superior than La Strada. Everybody feels pitiful for Masina is La Strada I guess, but in here, at least for me, her naivete looks more like dumbness.

Nicholas L (ru) wrote: Forrest Gump is the American movie that embodies a mythological southern literary story that blurs the line between fact and fiction offering a rather beautiful and bitter-sweet tribute to the last 40 years of American History, all seen in the eyes of a man with a clear mind and pure heart.

Russell G (fr) wrote: Do not go into this one looking for quality story construction, a good mystery, or suspense. The main selling point here is sex appeal of Sharon Stone and William Baldwin. A woman moves into a condo only to discover that the previous resident was a victim of a mysterious murder. Even more interesting the victim greatly resembles her. It is a promising setup where this vulnerable woman is instantly suspicious of everyone in her building and rightfully fears that she may be the next victim. Instead of using subtly, misdirection, and a dramatic process of elimination, the plot quickly derails. Anti-climatically the list of suspects instantly narrows down to two of the residents. It turns into a sticky story of observation and a dysfunctional love triangle. One of the suspects is a voyeur who watches every inch of every unit in the building through hidden cameras. This is the operative plot element, but it muddles everything. It would be better off sticking with a traditional who-done-it formula. A little steaminess is fine, but there needs to be substance to go with it. Not to ruin anything, but it also has a terrible ending that makes no sense.