Panna is the only daughter of politician Maltidevi. Panna is very critical of her mother, when she decides to separate from her dad, and asked Chief Minister Sawantrao Gadre to move in with them, for political reasons. Sawantrao has been using Maltidevi to win his election, which he does. Malti avenges this humiliation, wins the next election, and has Sawantrao killed. Malti then becomes the new Chief Minister. The main thorns on her side are Bhau, the leader of the downtrodden lower caste dalits, and her very daughter, who is very friendly with Bhau. One day Panna is abducted by Aditya and his group of revolutionaries, and held by them. It is there that Panna learns about the atrocities committed by her mom in the name of politics, and it is then she must decide whether to be loyal to her mom, or take the side of Aditya and the revolutionaries.
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Jose Luis M (ag) wrote: Una de mis nuevas peliculas favoritas , absolutamente genial.
Deb P (ca) wrote: got to really have an open mind in a twisted way for this comedy. I thought it was funny, but my family thought it ignorant. LOL
Richard D (it) wrote: I like the idea of this film. Part parody of James Bond films, part parody of parodies of Bond films, and part parodies of swinging 60s cinema in general. While I don't exactly like Mike Myers (he has a way of delivering jokes with a "HERE'S A JOKE" attitude that I find off-putting and destroys any joke that's even slightly weak), this is one of his better efforts and one of a handful of films he's in where I appreciate him more than not. Besides, both Seth Green and Robert Wagoner get some really fine comic moments themselves, and Charles Napier is in the film, so you have to admire it.
Nicole F (ag) wrote: If I'm flipping through channels and this film appears on my screen, time stops. And I would play this film on repeat if I could. Albert Brooks sweetly ushers us into the afterlife. We're all curious. And through the wonderful characters he surrounds us with who all have an affect on a looming fate, we are only left to cheer on the one thing we can all attempt to do well: Live life!
AD V (fr) wrote: AKA Revenge of the Living Dead Bill ("I'm the first ghoul") Hinzman uses up the last of his 15 minutes to further muck up the zombie genre with this late 80's Night of the Living Dead ripoff/remake. Pedestrian.
Ben R (kr) wrote: This is pretty much an unofficial remake of the very first one but done in a late 80s style as oppose to the early 80s early 70s style of the original. Not bad for for what its trying to do here. I don't know if anything in this series could be as bad as part 6 The Freaks!!!!! This series started out kinda decent then just got slightly worse as the sequels kept coming. This one isn't horrible but its pretty much just a rehash of part one with a few things just changed here and there, like the woman here isn't a news reporter and thats pretty much it, everything else is almost exactly the same storywise as part one lol. The effects for the werewolves are late 80s so take from that what you will. If you're a fan of practical werewolf suits and effects and not into CGI werewolves then give this a watch.This is a good late 80s cheesy horror movie that is a must for Halloween viewing.
Daniel P (ag) wrote: visually stunning but dull.
John T (br) wrote: Liked it. It follows behind the show and picks up where that left off. I enjoyed watching the show and all the crazy characters, so this was enjoyable. (If you didn't watch the show, you might not care for this. The show built the characters up. This just picks up there.)