Wealthy, world-wide business-man Shyam Prasad Bharadwaj would like to get his only daughter, Rittu marry to his business-partner Dev Kumar Malhotra. But what Shyam is unaware of is Dev is not what he claims to be but merely a con-man who is in debt with local gangsters and to worsen matters he plans to do away with the entire Bharadwaj family so that he can embezzle their property and estate.
- Stars:Akshay Kumar, Mahima Chaudhry, Antara Mali, Sudhanshu Pandey, Mukesh Rishi, Gulshan Grover, Sayaji Shinde, Alok Nath, Dilip Joshi, Razak Khan, Viju Khote, Subbiraj, Dolly Bindra, Lekhni Desai, Megha Bengali,
- Director:Neeraj Vora,
- Writer:Uttam Gada (dialogue), Uttam Gada (story), Neeraj Vora (dialogue)
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Khiladi 420 torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: An excellent cast wasted and may well be Streep's worst piece too.
(br) wrote: This is one of the best movies I have ever seen in my life. Jenny "with a Y" is an absolute darling...she steals the show. I can't wait to rent all of her movies. A finely crafted masterpiece about the intricacies of father/daughter relationships.
(es) wrote: Not the best Donnie Yen movie, but worth watching. It was unique, although the fights weren't great i still enjoyed it. It had lots of fun in it, although kinda sad in the end.
(it) wrote: [font=Times New Roman][size=3]Another dollar movie gets my money once again.[/size][/font] [size=3][font=Times New Roman]Burt Reynolds (Smokey And The Bandit) stars as an arms smuggler who?s on the run after a narrow escape from guards at a roadblock. Stranded in a small coastal town in Africa, Burt is laying low from the law and trying to find a decent razor so he can shave. [/font][/size] [size=3][font=Times New Roman]Holed up in a third rate hotel with an alcoholic doctor who?s trying to forget his past, Burt befriends a young boy street urchin. Along the way they share some smokes, some jokes and some confusing dialogue. The plot thickens as Burt finds that an aging biologist and his beautiful assistant have the only boat in town and they?ve been diving off the coast doing research. [/font][/size] [font=Times New Roman][size=3]What happens next is your guess as good as mine. Half of the film was overexposed or filmed at night without proper lighting. I really can?t believe they let this run but they did. Evening dive shots are completely lost, and the touching beach romance between Burt and the lovely young assistant is left to sparse dialogue and 10 minutes of black screen.[/size][/font] [font=Times New Roman][size=3]After the artificial glaucoma has subsided the story turns as we realize the crew has been diving for sunken treasure and not science! A love triangle soon entangles the cast in a ride to outrun a police constable hot on the trail. The movie is marked with some underwater stunt photography featuring sharks, one of which claimed the life of a diver.[/size][/font] [font=Times New Roman][size=3]A good afternoon film to occasionally glance at between chores.[/size][/font]
(us) wrote: Feels like a Trantino movie......ok a low budget one...but turned out to be a fun roller-coaster ride....the characters are so COOL....Janet Mcteer as Helen Bingham is mind blowing
(es) wrote: Apparently this was the great white hope for horror. It's certainly beautiful and inventive, but maybe not scary?The plot you've seen a 100 times, but it is a brilliantly fresh spin on a classic model. Plus for me the suggestive title really pulls at you throughout. And the Halloween-homage of The Revenant (It) only walking at all times constitutes a creepy, atmospheric masterstroke. Especially as he he/she continually appears from the edge of the frame.Intelligent, clever horror but not the masterpiece others have claimed.
(br) wrote: Silly, comic book kung fu, to a hip hop beat. Loved it. Not everyone's cup of tea though.
(nl) wrote: well crafted n acted rom-dram