Comedy - A dutiful son (Kishore Kumar) vows that he will get married only after his sister is settled in life. The sister (Laxmi Chhaya) is a woman who was a victim of child marriage. Her brother is a talented musician who performs in musical shows around town and in one of them, where the theme involved making fun of modern women, he falls foul of another gifted artiste (Mumtaz), who vows to teach him a lesson. Enmity turns to love but he still has to get his sister suitably married... - Kishore Kumar, Mumtaz, Laxmi Chhaya
- Stars:Kishore Kumar, Mumtaz, Laxmi Chhaya, Master Bhagwan, I.S. Johar, Tun Tun, Sujit Kumar, Raj Mehra, Leela Mishra, Johnny Whisky,
- Director:Som Haksar,
Girdharilal Patwarilal offers two feuding artistes, Asha and Kishore, to come together and form a "Free Club" to entertain people free of cost, to which they agree. Kishore finds out that ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ladka Ladki torrent reviews
(br) wrote: An obvious rip off of The Omen, horrible acting, horrible story, horrible casting, just horrible.Save your money and your sanity and don't watch this garbage.
(nl) wrote: I get her, I like Her, she's got a Very warped Sense of Humor, here's Proof of that
(fr) wrote: Cast: Richard Rowley? Well, at least it's here.
(nl) wrote: A breakthrough series - absolutely fantastic.
(fr) wrote: While definitely not for the seeker of a fast paced action thriller, this beautifully woven story of four very different English women and their visit to San Salvatore Italy is perhaps one of the most poignant and touching stories about love, life, friendship and the transformational power of beauty.
(fr) wrote: Not a typical Altman movie in that there is a sparse number of characters we are invited to explore. Here, the most tangible character is the Casino itself, which seems to haunt every aspect of what appears on screen. The same stifling atmosphere that permeates the opening scene continues throughout the film and throughout the characters actions. We are, like our lead character Bill (played by George Segal), trapped among a throng of irritated, desperate, restless people. Even if we wanted to get out, we would find it almost impossible to move. Even shots outside the casinos are framed tightly and surrounded by close hallways and tiny rooms. Truly, the story plays precisely like a trip to Vegas, both for Bill and for us: we arrive and are stimulated by the chaos and energy, encouraged by a happenstance friend to act more reckless than we ever would in the outside world, quickly find ourselves in over our heads but attempting to chase last night's rush...then Sunday arrives and all you want to do is get out of there. Your skin is crawling and all you can see is the basest parts of humanity laid bare around you and you're horrified.
(mx) wrote: I hadn't seen this in years. Still quiet, still unassming. Bob Le Flambeur is a cool, breezy film about a gambler in 1960's Paris who puts together a heist when he money well dries up. Roger Duchasne is fantastic as Bob, and is directed light as a feather by Melville. Well worth watching.
(au) wrote: Stylistically its kinda fun but this movie is not my thing. It could have been neat if I saw it as a child so it would have some nostalgic quality, but I didn't. I am not interested.