Khud-Daar is a 1982 Indian Hindi movie directed by Ravi Tandon. The music is by Rajesh Roshan and the lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri. The film stars Amitabh Bachchan, Parveen Babi, Vinod Mehra, Sanjeev Kumar, Prem Chopra, Mehmood, Bindiya Goswami and Tanuja in pivotal roles. It was remade in Tamil as Padikkadhavan which starred Rajinikanth and in Telugu as Driver Babu with Sobhan Babu.

Hari R. Srivastav lives a middle-class life in rural India with two step-brothers, Govind and Rajesh. Circumstances compel him to get married to Seema, who dislikes Govind and Rajesh. When ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Khud-Daar torrent reviews

Brian C (ca) wrote: Really enjoyable, albeit cliched and unoriginal, story about a group of friends that play with a ouija board and don't follow the rules (twice).The mystery of this is actually good, and the rules are interesting. The only real let down was the extremely awful acting of one of the actresses. She is so beyond annoying that is really disrupts any tension that builds.The ending is quite good!

Jason S (fr) wrote: not big fan of a movie with wasps it was allright

Kianna S (us) wrote: Jon Krasinski was great in this.

Yash B (fr) wrote: Your typical straight to DVD Disney sequel. Meant for younger fans, otherwise watchable but not really worth anything.

Kyle M (jp) wrote: It's alright, and it deserves credit for being unique and inventive, as well as being well-acted. So it gets credit for being bold. However, almost none of the pseudo-philosophical 'insights' amount to anything more than overcomplicated brain farts.

Scott M (gb) wrote: cult classic that's very 90's

Shaun B (jp) wrote: It's available on Nfix right now. Forecast is for "bad craziness."

Allan C (es) wrote: Evil aliens rebuilt Mechagodzilla and Godzilla must step up again to save the earth from giant robots and monsters. Titanosaurus is the new monster here. That's about as much of the story as you need to know, but the monster fights here look pretty good. I've always thought that giant monster fights always looked better when they were set at nighttime and there are some very good nighttime giant monster/robot fights here.

Tim R (gb) wrote: Fellini may be film royalty but this film is a royal mess - but, so was pre-Christian Rome and I'm down with that. Original author, Petronius, (circa 37BC) captured the utter decadent insanity of Roman life under Emperor Nero and so does this film. Petronius would of loved it.

George C (gb) wrote: Possibly the sweetest and most romantic film I've ever seen. Brilliant film.

Emelyn W (de) wrote: The original was more realistic. HOW CAN CARS BOUNCE??? How did the girls survive a long fall down a building after getting shot (they may survive the bullets, but they should get a little concussion at best) and end unscathed after all the beatings they went through? Not a single scar at the credits!

Becky T (ca) wrote: A little bit slow, a few distressing parts, and not quite what I expected. But well acted and did give a window into some women's' struggle for the vote.