Superintendent of Police, Rajesh, is asked to take charge of a police station in Goa, and manage it. Rajesh is aware that his friend, Shekar, also lives there, and he is anxious to see him. Upon arrival in Goa, Rajesh and Shekar are delighted to see each other. Shekar is in love with Seema, and Seema too loves him. However, Seema's mom, Lajwanti, does not approve of Shekar, and would like Seema to marry Rajesh. When Shekar comes to know about this, he steps away, so that Rajesh and Seema can marry each other. When Rajesh finds out about Shekar's sacrifice, he decides to let Seema marry Rajesh, and shortly thereafter the marriage takes place. While Shekar and Seema go off on their honeymoon, Rajesh commences his investigation into smuggling activities off the coast of Goa, and his investigations lead him to a suspect by the name of Tiger. Little does Rajesh know, that Tiger is none other an alias for Shekar, who will do anything to protect himself from Rajesh and the police.
Writer:R.S. Choudhury (screenplay), Aziz Kashmiri (dialogue), Pachhi
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Chris G (ca) wrote: Jarring and creepy and beautifully directed, the film never delivers on the scares that it spends so long building towards.
Peter H (au) wrote: Interesting look back at a crazy scene.
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Tessa K (ag) wrote: Had to watch this for a religion class. Badly done, badly acted, and very poorly timed. This is a poor representation of the huge religious figure that was David.
Jessica H (es) wrote: Great title and just like many American film, this one is a piece of scrap metal with a poor paint job and a copied gimmick.
David M (jp) wrote: The film starts off great, however like so many other films out there - it slowly collapses in its second half which I thought was annoyingly way too drawn out. I can understand now why there is a 12 year gap between this instalment & the 4th. The links to the original film are clichd and the formula is a little recycled for this series but to be fair there's much more enjoyable action going on this time round. It may be severely average but I'll be honest in saying that it held my attention a helluva lot more than the first 2 "classics".
Mark James A (de) wrote: ...a breezy, sweet and thoughtful coming-of-age comedy drama spontaneous and subtle in terms of narrative thread but easily likable because it provides inherently funny moments and a strong central performance from Keira Knightley.
Kelly K (de) wrote: Somehow I found the original film, even more shocking than the remake. There are so many unsettling scenes, each one right after the next that it becomes a bit disturbing. It will leave you with so many questions, but no real satisfactory answers. Still, it is worth seeing at least once.
Gabriel K (nl) wrote: I like Atom Egoyan movies in general, but this one felt a bit too convoluted and the story just didn't hold together.