Mel Karade Rabba

Mel Karade Rabba

Mel Karade Rabba is a 2010 Punjabi film directed by Navaniat Singh with story, screenplay and dialogue by Dheeraj Rattan; produced by Rajan Batra and Vivek Ohri; and starring Jimmy Shergill, Gippy Grewal, Neeru Bajwa, Amar Noorie, Sunita Dhir and Shavinder Mahal.[1] Mel Karade Rabba released on 16 July 2010 globally.

Rajveer ( Jimmy Shergill ) is a university boy in Punjab , a self-styled cool, macho dude who can't help acting rude around the college girls. But surprisingly, without him doing anything, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Sebastian A (kr) wrote: I don't know whats wrong with reviewers here. The movie is great, real, touching. Reminds me of Linklater. Recommend!

Jared L (ag) wrote: This latest entry in a long string of Iraqumentaries is also one of the best. At the same time, it's also difficult and painful to watch. Tomas Young opens up the most intimate details of his personal life and explicitly shows and describes the pain he lives with. Footage of his life is interspersed with the insipid echo-chamber "debate" which formed the decision-making process ending in the transfer of war powers to President Bush. The message is clear: the consequences of war, including the thousands of dead and injured soldiers, were all but entirely ignored in the march to Iraq. The experience of Tomas puts a human face on this result. At the same time, the film faces some short-comings. It serves as an explicit call to activism but fails to note that most activism has been pretty ineffective. The turning of the tide against the war has more to do with internal decision-making than external protest. This is not to deny the value of protest, but to note its limitations.

Anne B (us) wrote: I wanted to see this movie after I saw Jorge, the short it was based on. This is such a cute, quirky movie!

cathe j (ag) wrote: [color=black]The joys of film watching include the ability to be sucked into a storyline and to forget all things around you. This movie, The Harmonists, was produced in Bavaria, in 1997, to tell the tale of a group of men, who, at their time, were more popular than the Beatles were in the '60's. This movie completely drew me into the story of the six men, three of whom were Jews, and their story of their rise to world popularity, and their crash because of the Natzi take over in Germany.[/color] [color=#000000]The tale starts with the introduciton of Harr, the arranger/composer, who was a failed actor. After not getting work, he auditioned singers to join him in a redux of a blended sextet which would include a pianist, Tenor, Baritone, and three middle range singers. They worked in a brothel to rehearse, and within months, they were taking over the music world of Germany. The time was Depression era Germany. The mood was glum, with massive recession. The group was a comedic blend of well trained singers who took a song and did what the movie also was able to do: remove all audience members from the here and now and pull them into the magic of the music. [/color] [color=#000000]The film follows love stories, the struggles of a man with his past, the struggles of a race against a new Germany, and the world of music and it's influences on those around the performers. There are suprisingly warm and wonderful performances. The actors were believable. It was easy to empathize with all of them. Rather than sitting and watching a movie, the director performed the task of bringing the audience into the friendships of the men for whom the tale is based. This is a difficult task, and it was done beautifully. I didn't watch just a movie, I sat with my family and talked about the past with them. At least that's the feeling you get watching it.[/color][color=#000000][/color] [color=#000000]How did grandma meet grandpa? What was daddy's job? What did mommy look like as a girl? What was it like to play before the leader of the East German military camps? How did we get this piano? Why didn't you move to America the first time? These stories all come from our own families, and the scrapbook being shown on screen was a door into them. [/color][color=#000000][/color] [color=#000000]The music stood out as just pristine. None of us were sure if the film was using actual sound from the original recordings. It was. The audio engineers did everything they could to keep the sound fresh and new. There was no doubt at how clean the sound was. There was no feeling that the men were lip syncing. The audio was flawless for this. [/color][color=#000000][/color] [color=#000000]I looked on ebay today for recordings. There were quite a few. Some are restored, some of the original 78's go for hundreds of dollars. The sound track exists everywhere, and will be in my ipod list soon. [/color][color=#000000][/color] [color=#000000]See this movie, with close friends, and enjoy. See this movie with family, and enjoy. See this movie with a date, and enjoy. I'd refrain from watching it with children, the dialogue is in German, and subtitles do a reasonably good job of translations. This give you a reason to see it twice..once reading, once without. [/color][color=#000000][/color] [color=#000000]I'm going to do that. At least twice. [/color]

Bruno K (nl) wrote: another piece of crap

Michael G (kr) wrote: I had not seen this movie when it first came out. I finally had the chance to watch it. This movie is based on real events and includes excellent performances from all involved. This movie shows how entertainment and advertising have deeply effected the people of our country. I highly recommend checking this movie out. It contains a lot of memorable quotes.

Dave R (es) wrote: was in the mood for some 80s cheese when i watched this - it didn't disappoint! everything about it screams cheesy 80s. good fun if that's what you're in the mood for.

Rahul B (au) wrote: Duvaar will still be my favorite Guney work... this one being slightly more melodramatic (not my cup) ...

Heather D (kr) wrote: Modern audiences might find this story a bit stodgy and mechanical, but in its context, this is a brilliant little film. A turning point for realism in cinema as well as a story based on a difficult topic, this love story is unique in its sensitive approach to the characters and their disabilities. Excellent acting, wonderful script, a must see for anyone interested in the realism genre of the 1960s.

Timothy P (de) wrote: Ozu's character studies are unlike anything in cinema. These films will resonate in your psyche long after the film ends.

Joseph G (br) wrote: With all the build up this movie should have been a lot better.

John J (ru) wrote: A depressing downer movie

Michael M (au) wrote: UGH. Shockingly bad flic. Almost as bad as Battlefield earth.