Majhli Didi

Majhli Didi

Bipinchandra breaks family tradition by marrying a city girl, Hemangini, much to the chagrin of his sister-in-law, Kadambini, and her husband, Navinchandra. Things are delicate even after both women give birth to two children each. Then Hemangini testifies against Navinchandra in Court, leading to the division of the property. Things got worse by the arrival of Kadambini's orphaned school-going step-brother, Kishan, who is beaten and abused by not only by Kadambini and Navinchandra, but also by their overweight son. When Hemangini objects to Kishan's ill-treatment, Bipin takes the side of the rest of the family, and may probably force her to abandon Kishan to his fate or divorce her.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:1967
  • Language:Hindi
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

Kishen a small village boy,finds himself transported to his married step sister Kadambini after his widowed mothers death. Kadambini takes her brothers responsibility with the intention of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Majhli Didi torrent reviews

Chris B (de) wrote: This is no doubt one of the greatest action movies I have ever seen. This is a violent movie with very little dialogue so know that before going in. The hand to hand fighting in this film is the best to ever be put on the big screen. This movie seriously blew me away. The one flaw would be that it doesn't have the greatest plot but it's enough to keep the action interesting. Please do yourself a favor and watch this movie!

Zetune S (au) wrote: While the movie had its flaws, especially in the narrative, and writing, I still had a blast! A very refreshing idea about a bomb strapped to the main protagonist not only builds tension, but it also provides fantastic humour and badassery. Just remember to take this movie a bit less seriously than the plot might indicicate you should.

Heather M (us) wrote: This one is not for me. Pass.

Aaron C (fr) wrote: Professor Layton is the ultimate gentlemen, which makes him instantly interesting and intensely engrossing. The video games have enjoyed a huge success, thanks in part to the wonderful production values. Naturally the next step would be to make this film, set before any event seen in the series thus far. Layton must solve the mystery of this enigmatic opera house he's been whisked away to. Which ever way you watch it, sub or dub, it is a high quality experience. Top notch animations and a colorful cast of supporting characters help Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva stay strong to the finish. And don't fret if you're not into the games. This does serve as an excellent jumping on point or a nice standalone film all by itself.

Lindsey L (it) wrote: I actually loved this.Let's skip the pretentious "horrible actors" part, because that's not what this is about. It's also not about the fact that the characters are selfish, static, and boring. It isn't even about the cliches or horrible dialogue!It's about an AMAZING SET. Otherwise, this movie would just be a generic time waster. But when you place these horrible, dumb characters in a set that looks authentic and like a pretty enjoyable haunted house where the set actually comes alive to kill, the movie becomes fun.

Jorge M (nl) wrote: Great movie, good end.

Zsusanna M (au) wrote: A movie about the revolution in '56 in Hungary and the Hunarian waterpolo team! I liked it. The only bad thing that the leading actress was not that good. Actually she was awfull.

Joseph Y (ag) wrote: "Amelie" meets Harujuku. Nakashima-san's hyperkinetic, visually arresting style will either exhaust or delight you. Great eye-candy. Moments of genuine hilarity mixed with gross-out humor and dark eyed pathos. Caricatures abound, but it fits the style well. Separate, traditional 2D style animated sequences, and 3D animation layered over the film, make a crazy experience even crazier.

Chris W (nl) wrote: This sequel to Analyze This is, for the most part ,a retread of the first film.Picking up from the last one, mobster Paul Vitti's stay in prison hasn't been an easy one. Afraid of how his mental state will affect him and the other inmates, the prison officials decide that maybe the best thing to do would be to release Vitti into the custody of his psychiatrist Dr. Ben Sobel, who has his own issues to deal with, namely struggling to cope with his father's death, and added pressure to take over his father's own psychiatry business. On top of all this, Vitti tries to 'go straight', but Sobel (and the FBI) suspect that he's really just using that as a cover as he goes back to his old life.I'm not sure if this was really totally necessary, but I wouldn't say it's completely pointless either. They at least try to build on the story, and the scenes of Paul trying to have a regular job are pretty funny, but, by and large, they don't do enough to push things forward, and this ends up being just a rinse and repeat of the first film, only not as funny, clever, or interesting.It does have its moments, but overall I was not really engaged here. Sometimes the performers seem like they're trying, but it mostly just comes off as a cash in, devoid of heart and soul. It is nice seeing Cathy Moriarty and De Niro share the screen once more, although I knew to not expect their pairing here to have the same impact that it did in Raging Bull.See it if you want, but it's honestly okay if you don't.

Andy R (it) wrote: My guilty pleasure. ??

Adrian Z (kr) wrote: An average thriller made better by Jennifer Jason Leigh's spot-on performance as Bridget Fonda's creepy flatmate with serious psychological issues. Slow, steady build up with some effectively unsettling moments, but let down somewhat by a very protracted climax that strains credibility.

Colin K (ca) wrote: Terrible! But I laughed.

Bill B (ca) wrote: Sailors on leave, lots of T & A and a minor amount of tension as the locals hassle them, you know exactly where this is going form the very beginning.I enjoyed it well enough, but I wasn't expecting much at all and was actually doing other things while it was on, so it made for enjoyable background noise.Rental?

Sen Q (gb) wrote: Love this film. It's panned by the critics on here as over the top and excessively violent. There wasn't an inordinate amount of violence and the violence wasn't gratuitous but actually necessary for the plot. Really enjoyable. Great soundtrack as well. I've watched it several times and while I feel there were areas it could have maybe been improved, it was more than satisfactory. People feel Bacon's metamorphosis from a respected, affluent businessman into an uncompromising, ruthless assassin is unrealistic and excessive but who knows how you'd react if basically your whole family was wiped out by a bunch of thugs for no real reason other than tribalism and gang culture. I felt the end, while the shootout was exciting, lacked substance and a satisfying conclusion. It felt like the film ended in a hurry and left some unanswered questions. Overall, it's a solid eight out of ten for me, and while not on the same level, is quite similar to the Shawshank redemption insofar as it has grown in popularity after the fact. If you read reviews on YouTube, it's clearly popular and a movie with a really memorable OST always gains traction, particularly if the soundtrack is very much aligned with the mood and tempo of the film. Pilot speed's song in this film is beautiful, poignant and very moving.

Hasan C (mx) wrote: What Zabriskie Point has in spades is mood?The music including Pink Floyd.

Nate T (it) wrote: If anyone can sum this film up in a couple of sentences they deserve some kind of reward. Scatter-shot plot to say the least. However, with the talents on an off screen making a farce where plot takes a back-seat to gags, it works.

James M (mx) wrote: Glossy Hollywood bullshit which fails to deal with the issues it raises and settles for cliched romance with awful acting. In a nutshell, the writer watched 'Honeymoon In Vegas' and thought it would be better if it was a drama. It isn't.Demi Moore really should've called it a day after Ghost. Thankfully, Woody Harrelson's career wasn't too badly affected.