Ek Jind Ek Jaan

Ek Jind Ek Jaan

Sukha and Gurjit are engaged, but she is afraid to join him in raising his 3 younger siblings, Karma, Guddi and Channi. He backs out of the arrangement, which enrages her brother, Kundan Singh. Fifteen years later, Sukha's youngest brother and the still angry Kundan's daughter want to marry.

Sukha and Gurjit are engaged, but she is afraid to join him in raising his 3 younger siblings, Karma, Guddi and Channi. He backs out of the arrangement, which enrages her brother, Kundan ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Ek Jind Ek Jaan torrent reviews

Private U (br) wrote: Pros:wonderful story and characters so close to the book. Cons:Samuel L. Jackson playing the same old/same old.

Scott M (ag) wrote: Entertaining to a point. I enjoyed this film, but felt that it could have been better.

scott g (ag) wrote: A okay western at times but also really dull and uninspired.

kyo 9 (it) wrote: what a freakin twist in the ending.. great movie..

Sheffy S (fr) wrote: garbage!skip it,the only reason i watched it was because i had toeven then i walked out for 10minsthe only good thing i can say about this film was that it was pretty consistent in how bad it was

Carol H (ag) wrote: One of Robert Downey Jr.'s weaker films. The story is pretty bizarre, even by fantasy movie standards.

Russ V (ag) wrote: Not great, not terrible, but Return of the Fly is a decent continuation of the story.

Juan S (ca) wrote: Mejor pelicula de culto

Thomas D (jp) wrote: Half-Blood Prince is perhaps the most plotting of the 8 films, taking its time with the ongoing Voldemort conflict, but the pay-off is about as satisfying as anything the franchise had presented to that point.Voldemort sets Draco Malfoy out on a secret but important mission inside Hogwarts, while Harry finds and becomes obsessed with a book belonged to "The Half-Blood Prince" amidst his ongoing battle with Voldemort. While the latter doesn't appear in the film in a physical sense, his presence is felt throughout. And that's one of the brilliant things about this 6th film, it keeps the tone in line with the somber end of Order of the Phoenix and mixes in nicely timed humor and light energy. Knowing that the fight against Voldemort is coming, it's difficult to see this for more than just a filler in between, but it's far from that notion.I love that each Potter story changes up the formula in terms of Harry's missions. Whether it's as a team in Order of the Phoenix, with Hermione in Prisoner of Azkaban, or Ron in Chamber of Secrets, the films always manage to feel different even if the plot veers into familiar territory. Half-Blood Prince brings us the beloved duo of Harry and Dumbledore, in what is definitely the latter's meatiest role. After all, besides the ending fight with Voldemort in Order of the Phoenix, the series hadn't given us a ton of Dumbledore in action. And considering the end result of this film, it's about dang time.The new (ish) teacher at Hogwarts this year is Professor Slughorn, someone who has had some experience teaching Tom Riddle back in the day. His presence provides most of Harry's missions in the film, as he's forced to uncover some of Riddle and Slughorn's memories together. These memories prove to be the key in taking the next step in taking down the dark lord.After the missing plot point from Order of Phoenix, Ron takes his chances at Quidditch and catches the eye of a strangely obsessed student, Lavender Brown. Keeping the romance theme going, Harry and Ginny finally show their true feelings. All of this, makes Hermione uneasy. I can't say I'm the biggest fan of when the series takes chances in the rom-com territory, but it's all done in good fun. Watching these characters grow and go through things that teenagers go through (like love), is always a good time. After all, we need some comedic relief from all the serious stuff going on with Voldemort.After having a few films in the background, Draco and Snape have a more involved presence here as Snape made an unbreakable vow with the Death Eaters to protect Draco. Draco's mysterious scenes are nicely sprinkled in to the ongoing conflict and come to a head in the third act, in which this unbreakable vow makes for devastating consequences. This film ends in a dark place, but the film as a whole has no shortage of classic Potter, with plenty of strange potions to keep the fun along the way.+Harry & Dumbledore+Draco & Snape are back in the forefront+Dark tone, with fun moments mixed in+Romances is both funny & heartwarming+Enter Horcruxes9.2/10

J L (kr) wrote: Great acting. Great writing. Multiple levels of thought and comedy.

Jessica H (kr) wrote: screams made for cable.