Padmasree Bharat Dr. Saroj Kumar

Padmasree Bharat Dr. Saroj Kumar

In the film, Sreenivasan reprises the character of Superstar Saroj Kumar from the popular 2005 malayalam film Udayananu Tharam.

In the film, Sreenivasan reprises the character of Superstar Saroj Kumar from the popular 2005 malayalam film Udayananu Tharam. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Padmasree Bharat Dr. Saroj Kumar torrent reviews

Valeria P (gb) wrote: Three interconnected stories about adoptions, from the points of view of the child being given up, the parent trying to adopt, and the parent who gives up her child. The actors are wonderful. It is nice to see Samuel L Jackson away from boisterous action movie parts.

Rodney E (gb) wrote: After not seeing for a good 20 years (geez I'm getting old), I found this at a thrift store and bought it. Then I remembered that i didn't really care for it as a kid. So how much did I remember? I recall being affected by a kid who's father died and his has powers to make his toys come to life and talks to his dead father on a phone. Where things get cooler and potentially more creepy is when a dummy is found and seems to be the antithesis of Joey's powers. Making Contact or Joey, whatever you want to call it could have been a lot better. It is pretty much 80's cheese but I appreciate how the kid's room looks. He even has a total R2D2 ripoff robot. That robot has to be made for this movie because I do not recall them ever being on the market and they would have been in every kid's posession if there was something that you could buy that walked/slide around like this thing did. While watching this I got whiffs of a heavy Spielberg influence and was going to comment on that but see that others did too. Directed by the stroke who did Independence Day and a bunch of other huge budgeted crap. The dummy isn't nearly as effective as it should have been but not every movie pulls off anything effectively

Alec B (au) wrote: As Strachey, Pryce is brilliant but the film seems to lack a coherent narrative. Basically we just see two sad artists be sad for two hours without ever getting a sense of what drew them together.

Emma S (gb) wrote: Awesome performance from Eccleston. Disturbing & thought-provoking.

Cody C (fr) wrote: Everyone should see the first 15 minutes of this. Fucking great. But after that you'll want to fall asleep. It devolves quickly into a pretentious stage play, essentially. You know the kind: a group of people in a bare set, stuck in a room. Everything is a metaphor for society. Zzz. But seriously the first 15 minutes or so kick fucking ass.

Lilo C (de) wrote: Naat Bad Naat Bad. its weird, when it comes to Horror Stuff, the choice of Folks gets weirder everyday. Oh boy! The More Blood the More Fun. I dont see any Point in dat, why not buy loddz offa fake blood and showcase it in yo living Room? IF YO HAVE ONE! oR uNder yo Bed, over yo Pillow or how abt over yo Bed?

Mary B (us) wrote: Not bad, but too spooky for me. Not my kind of movie.

Nick J (it) wrote: I was first attracted to this film by the actors that were in it but as I started to watch I could tell right away that the immediate plot was stale and frustrating. It all starts and ends with the two main characters played by the lovely Dakota Fanning and Elizabeth Olsen where the obvious theme of sexual explorative college bound friends is blatantly pushed upon us. At no point during this coming of age "let's lose our virginity" film did I feel remotely connected to any character. The directing is so horrible that I felt like I was watching plot that had no flow but simply events that happened along the way until they stopped happening and the film ends. Essentially I came to the realization that after watching 2 sexually frustrated girls go from liking the same guy to one of them having a relationship with him and keeping it a secret from the other to fighting their family issues by playing around with this poor innocent likeable guy. In the end the only thing I got out of this badly directed film and plot is that bitches be crazy!