Love U... Mr. Kalakaar!
Tusshar Kapoor plays Sahil, an artist who draws cartoons. He falls in love with Amrita Rao, the daughter of a businessman, for whom Tusshar had deigned a mascot. The story moves on and both fall in love. But since her father hates artists, therefore, he decides she will not marry him.
- Stars:Tusshar Kapoor, Amrita Rao, Ram Kapoor, Madhoo, Kiran Kumar, Yatin Karyekar, Prashant Ranyal, Prem Chopra, Snigdha Akolkar, Jai Kalra, Kunal Kumar,
- Director:S. Manasvi,
- Writer:S. Manasvi (story, screenplay, dialogue), Manoj Muntashir (lyrics)
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Love U... Mr. Kalakaar! torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Drama romance movies are actually quite funny to watch and can have some great comedy moments aswell. This movie title made me first stay away from this flick but i gave it a shot and it was indeed watchable. Katherine Heigl and James Marsden did a nice job along with a good story. Enjoy
(fr) wrote: strange movie but I have always been in love with Sarah Polley and the monster is just too damn cool
(ru) wrote: this is a sweet movie....
(kr) wrote: Ugh. A completely nonsensical adventure that goes nowhere. It's obviously supposed to be satirical and allegorical but it's also supposed to be funny and life-affirming. It's neither.
(jp) wrote: Good WWII spy flick... Sydney Greenstreet is very creepy... Plot, however, is mostly an excuse to re-unite several stars from the Maltese Falcon and hope for similar fireworks... fairly well done, though...
(gb) wrote: What a waste of time and talent! Terrible indeed :-(
(ru) wrote: Cumberbatch's portrayal of Assange is riveting and once again proves his talent to be far above the rest of the cast, however, the overall film leaves you wishing that perhaps, somebody else had put it together.
(es) wrote: Once in a while, comes a film, which leaves one feeling if he really has been so stupid so long. Innovative screenplay, brilliant use of breaking fourth wall, top notch cast, clever humor, and a sadist pleasure of banks losing it all. How can one not love this film?
(kr) wrote: I'm a Christian but I was a little skeptical about this going in. I was expecting a Kendrick Brothers style movie full of over-simplified didacticism and questionable theology spoken in southern drawls. I was especially skeptical when I saw it was from the same producers as 'Heaven Is For Real'. But this is actually a good movie. I think because it's a re-telling of a true story, it has that authentic ring to it. The acting is very good, the girl who plays Anna did a great job, it was emotive without being too forced, there wasn't any didacticism, it was honest in its portrayal of the mother losing faith and the church not always being the support it should be. It basically just tells the drama of the real story and so it works.Of course, thin skinned atheistic critics can't handle miraculous evidence for God so they arch their backs and hiss at anything of this nature. Their negative reviews are based purely in their own cognitive dissonance rather than an honest appraisal of the movie. They should be ignored. In truth, the only slightly awkward bit was the attempt to portray heaven through CGI near the end. That didn't work for me. As for the rest, it can't really be argued with. If it happened, it happened. The doctors gave her no hope and then she was healed. As always, the real life footage at the end is a nice touch in these kinds of movies.