Ranjit is the right-hand man of a gangster named "Uncle". He has been working for him since he was a runaway child, and excels in all of kinds of criminal activities, currently managing a night-club called "Playboy". He meets with beautiful Anju and both fall in love with each other. Then he finds out that Anju is not who she claims to be but someone hired by Pratap to be close to him, entrap him, and get him killed. But that does not happen, Ranjit survives, rescued by Anju, and he helps her free her brother, Rakesh, from Pratap's clutches. Then some priceless jewelery is placed on display, and a number of gangsters decide to try and steal them, knowing fully well that there is a 24 hour police guard, as well as an alarm system. It is after this robbery that the past will be re-visited and it is then a number of people, on whom Ranjit has depended upon, will come to know of his real background, including the murder he committed before he started his career as a criminal.
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Kristelle L (nl) wrote: I loved the short story by Joseph Conrad ("The Return") - this is an interesting French Twist. A bit over the top and pretentious, but worth watching.
Drew S (ru) wrote: for most of it, I thought it was a spoof film...its literally that bad.
Matt C (ca) wrote: Goofy but hearty. Nice underlying message.
Thrse F (br) wrote: Absolutely not interested
Jess L (kr) wrote: I love this movie. Realistic and heartfelt performances of well rounded characters, a great script and a beautiful portrayal of 1050s Ireland.
E L (ca) wrote: Conventional and the utter lack of chemistry between Depardieu and MacDowell sinks it further.
Timm S (de) wrote: Not Surprised That By Now Some Are Either Pulling Out Or Questioning The Relevance Of Such A Pet Project. It Does Get You Thinking About Yourself. There Are Some Age-Stage Milestones Reached By Quicker By Others & In This One It Really Shows. Although Personal Nature Still Shows Out Above All Else, Which Is All The More Interesting Now.
Nick R (ru) wrote: Well.... The movies disturbingly bad. But there are some really funny camera things uwe does and the credit song was hype as hell. So it earned one star
FIRE M (kr) wrote: OH AS GOOD AS THE FIRST!
Saran M (mx) wrote: Yikes. Super average. At times awkward with how much its trying. Why they would produce the movie (Fault in our Stars) of the best book first, I have no idea. Aside from Looking for Alaska, all of Green's books can be seen as build ups to the themes covered in TFIOS. Maybe its because I'm no longer a teen but I still think it falls flat in that regard.
Hannah K (ca) wrote: I love this movie so much it makes me feel like a little kid again.
Garrett C (jp) wrote: I rate the sleep that I could have been having much higher than the movie I sacrificed it for.
Aquanetta G (kr) wrote: Samual jackson and Ed Harris still got it.