Uday Singh a greedy, criminal sinister torments his nephew Satish for the property, completely making the kid grow-up to being insane. Though assuming Aarti to be his better half Satish gets married to her, but soon to his surprise the fact of her nasty game plan to steal the wealth has been revealed. Despite the fact he shows his genuine love - accepting her, parting her off with the money, on the condition that she agrees to stay life long with him. Having gauged the love she in-stores will power in Satish to fight back the goons for safety and justice, but Uday Singh sighting the danger gets him murdered. She stands up to being a sturdy feminine and decides, his son will be benevolent, yet will fight against injustice, and will disclose the fiasco which had been a nightmare when he is grown up to face the fact. Will she succeed? Will she fulfill her life long ambition?
Sara S (it) wrote: watch it again. soft slow and wonderful moody music
Jawaria A (ca) wrote: Nice film.... I feel really proud that its a Pakistani film... =) though, its not suitable for all ages =P
Alice F (au) wrote: Hands-down the absolute WORST piece of rubbish I've ever, ever seen. Just terrible. Stupid story, terrible acting, a physician whose part seemed to have been written by a 3rd grader. (Love it when a physician finds her terminal patient DEAD and the doctor screams and drops something. Wow.) Obviously, this is blatant proselytizing, which I always find offensive. If I could give it a negative score in the rating stars, I would give it about a -20. On that scale of 1-5. Sit down and watch the second hand on a clock. It will be a lot more interesting and you'll get a heck of a lot more out of it. This thing is guaranteed to put you OFF going to church for LIFE.
Jeremy T (ru) wrote: I don't speak Finnish, so I can't truly appreciate the acting performances, but I was enthralled by the story, how his life unfolded as well as the view of what it was like in Finland in the 70s.
Ricky C (gb) wrote: Pretty flat movie with below par performances despite paul walker (rip) giving a decent performance and josh brolin playing the bad guy pretty well this movie hasn't really got much to give.
holly r (jp) wrote: It was okay. It wasn't as funny as I hoped it would be. It kind of reminded me of Austin Powers but Austin Powers was funnier.
Nicole E (it) wrote: its very scary i scremed the housed down lol
Jerry K (de) wrote: busta ryhmes ruined the movie
Virginia C (ca) wrote: really dumb movie, but Gary is a god! Nice butt shot!
Lola C (jp) wrote: Cute...lets get out of here...i'd like that!
Jennifer M (ca) wrote: This movie is so bad it's good. I cannot stop watching this movie. It's like opening up a crappy romance novel.
Timothy H (jp) wrote: possibly my favorite john travolta movie this is very good it's got heart and creatively.
Cristbal S (jp) wrote: The rise and fall of a broken man. Probably the best perfomance of De Niro's career, and one of the greatest pictures directed by Martin Scorsese.
Andy P (it) wrote: Truffaut's tribute to the communal insanity of film-making is made with affection for the practicalities and pitfalls of his trade. It's cinephilic celebration at it's finest, a love letter to the chaos and creativity of making a movie and a meditation on the connection between cinema and life.
Matt W (au) wrote: I'm trying so hard to like Bava, but this film isn't helping.
Nick K (gb) wrote: There were actually some really funny parts, especially some of the one liners.
Ken M (es) wrote: Bizzare, unruly, and quintessential.
Brian S (jp) wrote: pretty amusing, but not overly hilarious. Keaton's humour is always pretty subtle and reserved, but this seemed more toned back than normal. the story was definitely more cohesive than some of his other stuff, and it was filmed very well, too. an enjoyable period piece and an overall entertaining silent comedy.
Mirkku S (gb) wrote: Amazing film which really messes up your head. I like most of the actors and the music is very good too. I love it!