Uttar Pradesh-based Vishal gets a telegram from Santa Cruz Police Station that his younger collegian brother, Arjun, is dead. Distraught he travels to Bombay, collects his brothers ashes, and finds out that Arjun met a violent death. With the aid of a street-smart con-woman and her mentor, Babu Kasai Hyderabadi, he then sets out to find who killed his brother - not knowing that soon he will be drawn into the dark world of Godha and Vishwaraj.
- Stars:Vinod Khanna, Govinda, Madhuri Dixit, Amjad Khan, Kiran Kumar, Aditya Pancholi, Shakti Kapoor, Sonu Walia, Gulshan Grover, Iftekhar, Rajendra Nath, Raju Shrestha, Shammi, Shaheen, Dinesh Hingoo,
- Director:Mukul Anand,
- Writer:Anwar Khan (dialogues), Nitin Manmohan (story), Sameer (lyrics)
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Maha-Sangram torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: It's a nice idea for a script but the actors are performing poorly and the fight scenes are riddled with pointless slow-motion cuts.
(au) wrote: only moderately better than the red dawn remake
(fr) wrote: Surprisingly interesting documentary about the creation of one Steinway piano (it takes a year). Interviews both the (mostly middle-class) workers who make the pianos and the musicians who end up playing them. Raises interesting questions about what will happen to an art like this in the face of computerized/machinized production.
(br) wrote: Second worst movie I have ever seen. Don't see it and don't rent DVD's from the Long Beach Redbox in front of Jack's Country Store. They don't have a good selection.
(ag) wrote: An intersecting pieces movie that has just enough quirky thrills to sustain interest.
(it) wrote: I love the book but I couldn't see how they could make it into a film so I had to check it out, but I couldn't even finish it. It's not utterly worthless, but it just didn't do anything for me.
(au) wrote: A baroque horror film directed masterfully like a hallucination by Mario Bava, the best and more influential Italian auteur of the horror genre.
(ca) wrote: This modern adaptation of Shakespeare's "Hamlet" is fresh, revolutionary - a truly brilliant realization! I think that even those who shy away from the Shakespeare's twisted, complex language would enjoy and relate to this fantastic piece of work. David Tennant brings charm and wit to the young Prince of Denmark like none other. The only fault (and its hardly a fault at that) is that his character becomes slightly reminiscent of the Tenth Doctor (of BBCs Doctor Who) at times. Sir Patrick Stewart is a splendid choice as King Claudius - his impatient expression perfectly displays the hidden evil behind the character. A MUST SEE FOR BOTH TENNANT AND SHAKESPEARE FANS!!!
(gb) wrote: Watchable with cute moments but it could be funnier, especially with a fantastic element (the angel) in the plot. It's always nice to see Lucille with Desi though
(fr) wrote: Maybe I will pass on this one.
(gb) wrote: "shoot him again his soul is still dancing "
(nl) wrote: A woman's married to a hitman in this dark comedy. This formula worked for Demme with "Something Wild ", but here it misses on many levels.