Nachavule

Nachavule

Lav (Tanish) is a kind of guy whose aim in life is to ‘patao’ a girl. Like innumerable teenage boys, he just wants to experience the feeling of having a girl friend. Anu (Madhavi Latha) is a responsible teenage girl who works part-time in a coffee shop. Lav wants to love her, but she is not of that type. In an occasion, he saves Anu’s father. Impressed with him, she asks him to ask for any favor. Lav asks Anu to be his girl friend for 15 days. Anu agrees to it on certain conditions (no physical touch). In the process, the detached Anu falls in love with Lav. And Lav is more excited to flaunt his girl friend to his friends than actually caring for her. The rest of the story is all about how Lav realizes what’s true love is.

Lav (Tanish) is a kind of guy whose aim in life is to ‘patao’ a girl. Like innumerable teenage boys, he just wants to experience the feeling of having a girl friend. Anu (Madhavi Latha) is a responsible teenage girl who works part-time in a coffee shop. Lav wants to love her, but she is not of that type. In an occasion, he saves Anu’s father. Impressed with him, she asks him to ask for any favor. Lav asks Anu to be his girl friend for 15 days. Anu agrees to it on certain conditions (no physical touch). In the process, the detached Anu falls in love with Lav. And Lav is more excited to flaunt his girl friend to his friends than actually caring for her. The rest of the story is all about how Lav realizes what’s true love is. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Dave T (br) wrote: Ninjas vs. Vampires suffers heavily from a slow and, frankly, not very good start, but for those possessing the resolve to continue past the first 15 minutes, develops into a very fun little film. The premise has been done to death: boy loves girl, girl is in danger at the hands of an all-encompassing evil which wishes to destroy the world, boy is magically granted super powers and joins with a group of heroes to defeat evil, save the world, and get the girl. What stands out in this one a very witty script, much better acting than one would expect from a low-budget "B" movie, and some pretty impressive effects considering said budget. Director Justin Timpane is heavily influenced by the early works of Kevin Smith, and it certainly shows in the dialogue. Daniel Ross (who apparently and rather shamelessly plugged the film below) was absolutely a highlight in providing much of the comic relief. On the downside, poor lighting takes away from several of the fight scenes, some of the minor roles appear to have been played by friends or family of the crew (with predictable results), and of course the relatively "straight" opening will likely turn many viewers off before to they get to the meat of the movie...which, again, is actually quite funny and entertaining. For lovers of low-budget comedy/horror productions, this film is absolutely worth the time invested to watch it and will likely provoke repeat viewings. For those expecting a more serious scare flick, one has to wonder why you're investigating a film titled "Ninjas Vs. Vampires" in the first place. Finally, for parents or for the faint of heart, there is relatively little gore and next to no nudity involved (a one-second shot of a topless woman), but there are a few references to marijuana use and a lot of strong language. Overall, this movie comes highly recommended as a jewel in its genre.

Goderick V (jp) wrote: Sad, sad, sad... *cries*

Samra M (au) wrote: An decent flick with a very mediocre ending! Akthar acts really well - and even the lead pairing works!!

Chucky (ca) wrote: July 7th 2011June 20th 2015

Markus R (au) wrote: really screwed up and sick movie

Faai I (au) wrote: i found this movie really entertaining and interesting. I loved the plot of the movie which i really found interesting and some of the cast members were awesome too. Jessica Stroup was awesome in it and so was Jackson Rathbone

Tyrone H (fr) wrote: Wow...what a good movie. Ok, so it'd a little long and those who don't like subtitles will proabably hate it (but for gods sake don't watch the dubbed version) but this is an engrossing sword and sorcery tale with very high production values that will give you a good ride. It looks great, the fight scenes and effects are excellent and it's well acted. The subtitles were a little odd in places and seemed a little corny but i guess that was translation problems. All in all a foreign film well worth a look.

May V (ca) wrote: love 'em!!..but hae won is my forever love!!!..love tae sung's voice..dreaammy!

Levi A (mx) wrote: Too funny, a must see

Chantel S (es) wrote: I think the writer and director were drunk themselves when they put this mindless drivel together! What a load of codswollop!! It did not even produce an ending...detest watching a movie just to see how it will end....and it never does!?? Drink a couple more whiskeys, have another drunken vision..... and finish the thing!! Thats my advice anyway... not that I would be interested in watching it tho. Rather watch paint dry, thk u!

Jason K (de) wrote: Great docu-drama of the Johnson Administration and Vietnam!! Highly regarded!!

Brian W (us) wrote: Best football movie ever made.

Darren H (it) wrote: DePalma takes a break from Hitchcock and dabbles in Kurosawa with this Rashomon-like thriller.

William R (fr) wrote: Andersonville stands out as one of the best American Civil War films in terms of the quality of the authenticity, the acting/casting, and the production values. The Andersonville Camp is a controversial subject and there will be those who feel that this movie is either a sugar-coated treatment or an unfair condemnation, but I feel -- as with most things -- that the answer lies somewhere in between. Try to keep an open mind regardless of what color you root for. I have to say that the scene towards the end where the prison inmates methodically march away en masse from the rebel colonel who offers them release in exchange for fighting with the Confederacy was a bit over-done. I personally think that had they simply turned their backs and walked away silently, by ones and twos, it would have been a bit more dramatic, not to mention realistic. Other than this little hiccup -- and it's a subjective one, to be sure -- Andersonville more than hits the mark.

Alena H (de) wrote: It was a lot funnier than I expected. There were a lot of good one-liners, and it made so little sense."Get me out of this moose!"

Rob A (de) wrote: Not bad. Action packed.

Bill B (fr) wrote: This was a film that I was happy to finally cross of the list, as it's something from the year in which I was born and also a film I've heard a lot about over the years.Warren Oates plays a largely silent role after taking a vow of silence after becoming too boastful and proud and being brought low when his bird loses. We watch him train a new bird and the various oddballs he encounters while working this circuit of cockfighting, all of which is done with real roosters, so beware if you're too much of an animal lover, as it's pretty rough going in several spots.Well worth a look if you can deal with the realities of it, but understandably a pass if you can't.

Steven S (jp) wrote: Absolutely god awful

Pam D (fr) wrote: Loved the characters but the premise was weak