Kachcha Chor is a great movie of N/A. The released year of this movie is 1977. You can check list actors in this movie torrents, such as Randhir Kapoor, Rekha, Som Dutt, Ranjeet, Jankidas, Helen, Chandan Arora, Darshan, Jagdeep, P. Jairaj, Viju Khote, Kirti Kumar, Ramesh Kumar, Kundan, Ratna. There are many categories, such as Drama. This movie was rated by 10 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movies torrent. Share this movies torrent to support us . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Users reviews

Adam R (ca)

First and only full viewing - 7/8/2010). Some of the songs I loved right away, but others I never want to hear again. At times I found it brilliant, but for much of it I was bored. Everything about it was very uneven. I'm not quite ready to consider myself a fan just yet

Anna I (mx)

y God!!!!!!!!!! Love it!!!!!!!!!???? ????? ???? ??????? ?????!!!. . Now I know for sure!!!! Now I can name my favorite!!!!!!!!!!! Oh!. People always were asking me, what's my favorite and I had so many of them that I couldn't pick one. I've seen thousands of movies

Ashley B (de)

I have mixed feelings about this so I'm going to see this. I've heard this is stupid, good, insane, inappropriate, and hilarious

cray j (de)

he is so handsome never before and his performance very excellent

David M (mx)

Everyone else can throw this into their crap pile. If you're into sloppy soapy chick flicks where it looks like every character spent 8 hours in hair&make-up before every scene, then this is for you

Emma F (kr)

Interesting philosophical concepts around 'love at first sight' and taking stock, are we being true within ourselves?

Genie K (kr)

dont want to see it

jonathan b (nl)

But still, definitely worth watching if you are a fan of the genre. I don't know. . . The ending was just about laughably ridiculous like they tacked something on there in the 11th hour of filming. Which I liked very much. Sometimes the plot would get in the way, but it did get better and more noir-ish, basically becoming a 'Whodunit' with ninjas and samurai. And in that respect I liked it. I suppose this could be the precursor to stylized ninja movies. Some fight scenes were meh, some were great, and some were just good ideas not executed perfectly. There were a dozen action scenes with ninjas and smoke and blood baths. They had stare downs and met and talked, philosophized and kept a cordial respect of each others power. The hero was almost invincible, and the villain was the same. Then something happened and the film started playing in a familiar fashion. I was almost bored. On top of that, it started slow. Yeah, it was like one of those intros where they tell you a back history of an ancient war, with names of generals, lords, shoguns; all of which you will not remember, and you'll be asking yourself who was who and who fought for what within a few seconds. I have to be honest here, and say that I was desperately lost on the plot within the first 10 mins. Ok I'll make it good. OOOOhhhhh gooodie, I'm the first bastard to review this thing

Justin B (nl)

It's not bad per say but there's no reason not to just watch that one. Rehashes the events of the original

Laurie O (mx)

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