Ishq Hai Tumse

Ishq Hai Tumse

Arjun, a Hindu boy, and Khushboo, a Muslim girl, fall in love. Despite their families being good friends, they need to keep their romance a secret due to the religious intolerance of society.

Arjun, a Hindu boy, and Khushboo, a Muslim girl, fall in love. Despite their families being good friends, they need to keep their romance a secret due to the religious intolerance of society. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Shantel D (ca) wrote: I only made it a story and a bit before I couldn't take it anymore. Pretty sucky.

Edward L (ru) wrote: Great film - 10 out of 10

J F (kr) wrote: Lacks the last edge to fully shine.

Shauna S (ca) wrote: This was a good movie, don't listen the the "expert critics". It's not a sequel or a prequel, it's more of another part of the original story.

Travis G (us) wrote: The best 9/11 documentary: very

Tim G (gb) wrote: Similar to 'Grumpy Old Men', but this film stars James Garner instead of Walter Matthau. They are both ex-presidents involved in a political conspiracy.

Uur H (ag) wrote: gercek hayattan alinma bi film, dikta yonetimi altindaki burmanin yasadiklari gercekten cok uzucu, icimden cok net gelen bi duygu var ki o da insanlara bunu yapanlarin Allah belasini versin, o kaddddar sinirim bozuldu, anlatamam yani! >:(

Robert G (ca) wrote: I like old movies and I like Gangster movies. So I was recommended this movie many years ago. I never had a chance to see it though, until recently. And the recommendation was right on. I throughly enjoyed the movie. My only complainant is that it is so short. But that is because it is a film the originated in the early 1930, and most movies were short because it was quite difficult to make longer movies. Anyway I would sat that this is a must see movie for any movie fan.

Vincent W (ru) wrote: 0 cares given about any character in this. Dull plot, dull script, generic music. The GOOD thing about this film is that the animation was groundbreaking in 2001. Still, groundbreaking doth not a good movie make.I'm sorry this just wasn't very good :(

Stuart K (ag) wrote: Written and directed by Tamara Jenkins (Slums of Beverly Hills (1998)) and produced by Alexander Payne. This touching yet gently amusing drama is an honest look at the upheaval of family, and decisions that we all have to face one day regarding our parents. It's got some brilliant performances at it's core, and it puts it's characters first, and it has an endearing tenderness to it's heart. Sister and brother Wendy Savage (Laura Linney) and Jon Savage (Philip Seymour Hoffman) live in and around New York, but they've been drifting apart over the years. However, they get a call about their father Lenny (Philip Bosco) who has been living with a girlfriend in Sun City, Arizona, and Lenny seems to be suffering from dementia. When Lenny's girlfriend dies, he has no legal right to her property, and is asked to leave. Wendy and Jon take him back to New York and they have to find a nursing home that will be right for Lenny. However, they've never been close to Lenny, as he was a difficult father to live with, and they cut him out of their lives. On the surface, this could have been a very depressing and emotionally upsetting film, but it has an air of quirkiness to it, and something rings quite true about the story, (producer Payne touched upon similar themes in Nebraska (2013)), but Linney, Hoffman and Bosco hold the film together wonderfully, and it's almost a theatrical piece, and it's interesting that theatre plays a big part throughout the film.