Hum Tum Aur Ghost

Hum Tum Aur Ghost

Armaan's (Arshad Warsi) life is picture perfect; a loving girlfriend and a great job as a fashion photographer. The truth is that he hears voices - voices that torture him, voices that don't let him have his peace, and voices that nobody else can hear. What is even more puzzling is the fact that he talks to himself...or rather, to people, whom no one can see!

An alcoholic and insomniac photographer is approached by deceased persons' souls in order to try and resolve their concerns. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Hum Tum Aur Ghost torrent reviews

Jay C (ag) wrote: [2014-2-13] Watching this film in the freezing night is absolutely testing my limit.

Ole J (jp) wrote: It does have some funny moments, but most of all its an ordinary boy-meets-girls-boy-fuckes-up-boys-almost-loses-girl kind of story.Well its kind of like the all the movies that came after american pie movie, they all wanted to be as fun andclever but mostly ended up with... boys and girls, imature or not, half naked women, beer, partying etc.

MarcAndr R (it) wrote: Visuellement excellent, mais l'histoire est un peu mince.

Turtleboy G (ru) wrote: This movie was a step down from the second, but I still enjoyed it. It felt like a good ending to the trilogy, and a satisfying one at that. All though there were some flaws. Some of the dialogue was stupid and some of the characters were just there to die. Also the ending felt too happy for a "Scream" movie. Other than that, it was a good wrap up to the trilogy.

Robert O (mx) wrote: I love this movie. I have seen it a few times and still find it intriguing. It is such an accurate portrayal of the prisons of the mind we create. Having gone through a lot of the material in my own life, this movie is able to trigger all of the familiar feelings. No good guys, no bad guys, just people trying to find their own answers.

John B (br) wrote: Really? No love for Very Bad Things? I still love the ending. Entirely unpredictable and very darkly funny.

Scott C (de) wrote: What a crazy stupid movie. Denzel Washington takes on some really crappy roles sometimes.

Trent R (au) wrote: Classic horror methods are applied well by Harrington here, despite the low-budget poltergeist effects via micro-filament looking highly ridiculous at times. The "Hysterical Arch" during the main possession sequence was enjoyable to see in the context of The Exorcist's cut scene, as is Piper Laurie vamping it up as an ex-moll. It's not as inspired as much of Harrington, more than a bit workmanlike & not as packed with classic Hollywood actors in the support area as usual - not to mention the tacked-on ending. Still worth seeing, as is much of his television work.

Premek D (us) wrote: Nick Cave as a grotesque singer. hmmm

Joetaeb D (gb) wrote: Do the right thing is masterful effort by Spike Lee. Intelligent and sometimes a little funny, it's a careful piece that may look stereotypical on the outside, but deep down is a layered exploration of racial classes and how small conflicts can lead to big consequences.

Ross K (ru) wrote: One of my faves, great coming of age movie...cuz how can you come of age without a crush on Jodie foster

Arslan K (it) wrote: Fun and simple. Good film. Carell and Fey work great together. The ending was okay though. Wahlberg was awesome as well