Jhing Chik Jhing

Jhing Chik Jhing

The film is set around the problem of agrarian debt and farmer suicides in Maharashtra. Mouli (Bharat Jadhav), a farmer who ekes out a living on a 2 acre farm is trying his best to support his family. He is in debt to the tune of Rs. 10,000 to the local money lender (Uday Sabnis). Mouli's wife Manda (Madhavi Juvekar) tries her best to sustain the family on the little that they have. Mouli and Manda's children Shyam (Chinmay Kambli) and Dipti (Aarti More) go to the local school - and both are bright children who have a lot to look forward to. Shyam wants to become 'someone' and Dipti has her first crush ! When it seems that all is lost - including the land - and suicide is the only option - Shyam decides that he is not going to die and tries his best to save the family. What he does and the alternative to suicide and debt free farming (the word used in the film is swawalambhi) is the crux of the film.

The story of a small boy living in rural India and his topsy-turvy adventures as he tries to save his family & the family farm from moneylenders. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Jhing Chik Jhing torrent reviews

Jackie H (ag) wrote: A very good movie by HK's standard. S's acting is actually ok, and ??, ? and ??? are all good as usual. The film is edited very well. The plot is captivating and keeps me engaged the whole time. I watched this from 11pm till 1am and never did I yawn once. :) 8/10

Peter A (au) wrote: Exemplary documentary film-making. It would be extremely easy to frame this judgementally but the directors refrain (for the most part). This is funny as hell, but somewhere along the way you get pulled in to the (invented) drama of these role-playing dorks. Bannor (Skip Lipman, who might as well be Skip Loman) is a prototype tragic hero.

Shaad A (jp) wrote: There's something about this film.

Vincent S (ca) wrote: Wonderful memories. Ahh, one of the best prom flicks ever. A Tv series actors' movie. The whole cast was doing TV shows at the time. "Eww shelley, what are you doing with that geek? / making out." D'oh! hahaha

Matthew D (br) wrote: It's great to see what questions Apted will ask.

Kevin L (jp) wrote: It's a pretty good movie, but I just hate Faust and anything dealing with him...

Chris T (kr) wrote: Just shaded by the Hammer original, but this is a cracking sequel (of which there where many). Some dialogue aswell for Christopher Lee after been a mute for the whole of Prince Of Darkness. One of Hammers finest moments.

Donna L (us) wrote: I almost turned it off a few times in the first half hour or so, but then it surprisingly got better. (When they reached the Island).

Grant T (mx) wrote: The performances were well put together, but the dialogue was not on the top of its game. Leo gives another fine performance here but I wish the story was better

Takee A (us) wrote: "Shrek consisted of some really nice comedy, a catchy soundtrack & some really nice messages; one of which was to never judge a book by it's cover. These are just some of the factors that make this my favourite fantasy movie so far.Donkey and Shrek were hilarious together, and the romance between Shrek and Fiona was brilliantly portrayed. So honestly, this is a really enjoyable movie. (At least, that's what I think).

Miro N (mx) wrote: + Richard Harris and Rachel Roberts- Sometimes went ahead little too slow

Samitha B (fr) wrote: It's really, really, REALLY boring.