Najma

Najma

Najma is a 1943 Indian film directed by Mehboob Khan and starring Ashok Kumar and Veena. The film's music is by Rafiq Ghaznavi with lyrics by Anjum Pilibhiti. Najma was the first film under Mehboob Khan's Mehboob Productions banner. Due to its financial success upon release, the film became a blueprint for Muslim socials that followed.

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  • Length:121 minutes
  • Release:1943
  • Language:Hindi,Urdu
  • Reference:Imdb
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Najma torrent reviews

Steve G (gb) wrote: Incredible. Ali truly is a one of a kind individual.

Kj R (us) wrote: If you haven't seen this movie, please watch it.

Nonna V (au) wrote: julianne moore (TM) the story, of course, is shocking. somewhere in the middle the movie was slightly boring and out of focus, but wrapped it all up fine in the end.

Kevin M (us) wrote: Sweet. Well done. Bitter sweet. A great date movie.

Gerardo F (it) wrote: perfect stop-motion, personally I love this movie and the soundtrack It is one of the best I 've heard..!! I still watching in 2016..!!

Scott C (nl) wrote: Michael Moore really should have stuck to documentaries.

Michael W (br) wrote: Toxic gas cloud is released turning victims into flesh-eating zombies. A bit of a mess with Fulci directing most scenes and another director adding scenes after the fact. These zombies are particularly limber but there is some sense of style here. Both directors would disown the film partially but its not that bad.

Ken S (de) wrote: Cannon Films spent some money on this turd adaptation of a toy line and cartoon from the 1980s. As someone who never grew up with the He-Man phenomenon, nothing He-Man has aged that well. I saw the cartoon in reruns at TV station I used to work at, and it is pretty lame. This movie is worse, because it has the cheapo 80s trope of taking place mostly on Earth. The plot is practically nonexistent, the acting is stiff, and if you actually were a fan of the cartoon, the changes would probably just annoy you. If you don't even like the cartoon and never had the toys? Nothing for you here.

Cx c (fr) wrote: I watched this with my Daddy

Mark S (jp) wrote: Recommended by Audrey-Kim.

Leon B (es) wrote: Review:Before I started to watch 10 Cloverfield Lane, I thought that I would watch this movie again, and I must admit, for it's time, it actually wasn't bad. I'm not one whose into paranormal movies, and I hate when films are filmed through a camera, so everything was against this movie right from the beginning but once the massive monster started to attack New York, I actually felt the intensity that the leading characters did. I must admit, the teenagers did get on my nerves after a while, and the camera seemed to have a really LONG battery life. Anyway, the action scenes with the army were quite realistic and the whole evacuation was put together well. I would have liked to have seen more attention to detail with the huge monster, and the little mini monsters but as it was filmed through a handheld camera, I can understand why it looked sketchy. For a film that was made 8 years ago, it certainly didn't look dated, and you could easily release it today. Personally, I would have used some A-list actors, so they could bring the tension across more effectively but with that aside, I still enjoyed it the second time around. Watchable!Round-Up:After making such a profit at the box office, I'm surprised that it took so long for a sequel. The movie was directed by Matt Reeves, 50, who also brought you Let Me In, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, and is due to direct War in the Planet of the Apes, which will be released in 2017. With J.J. Abrams in the producer chair, who is known for directing Mission Impossible III, Super 8, the new Star Trek franchise, and of course, the new Star Wars movies, there certainly was a lot of experience behind the camera. I just wished that they filmed it normally! Anyway, it's definitely one to have in your collection, if your into movies in this genre, and I'm sure that people will be going back to it, in the future.Budget: $25millionWorldwide Gross: $171millionI recommend this movie to people who are into their action/sci-fi/horrors, starring Lizzy Caplan, Jessica Lucas, T.J. Miller, Michael Stahl-David, Mike Vogel and Brian Klugman. 6/10

Jason M (gb) wrote: Excellent entertainment. This sticky thriller filled with paranoia and the dangers of mob rule hits the spot.