Pancharangi

Pancharangi

A family goes to a village near Mangalore to finalize a bride for the elder son, Lucky, played by Pavan Kumar. Lucky is a US-based software professional, and is a teetotaler, always abiding by the pressure and demands of his parents, so much to the fact that he does not have the courage to speak out that he already has a girlfriend. Bharath Kumar, the youngest son, the character played by Diganth, is a carefree individual with weird ideas on life. Bharath meets a tomboyish girl, Ambika, who is the house-owner's niece, and they begin to mingle well due to the nature of their personalities. However, following a few unusual twists and turns, the alliance is called off and the groom's family members walk out due to embarrassment. Ambika, who has now developed a strong feeling of love towards Bharath, goes ahead and confronts him. And finally, Bharath too says yes.

A family goes to a village near Mangalore to finalize a bride for the elder son, Lucky, played by Pavan Kumar. Lucky is a US-based software professional, and is a teetotaler, always abiding by the pressure and demands of his parents, so much to the fact that he does not have the courage to speak out that he already has a girlfriend. Bharath Kumar, the youngest son, the character played by Diganth, is a carefree individual with weird ideas on life. Bharath meets a tomboyish girl, Ambika, who is the house-owner's niece, and they begin to mingle well due to the nature of their personalities. However, following a few unusual twists and turns, the alliance is called off and the groom's family members walk out due to embarrassment. Ambika, who has now developed a strong feeling of love towards Bharath, goes ahead and confronts him. And finally, Bharath too says yes. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Richie M (ag) wrote: worth a sunday afternoon view

Adam C (jp) wrote: The plot of Undead is still a mystery to me, even after seeing it and paying attention to every waking second, trying to figure out what in the world the movie was trying to say. Undead attempts (and fails) to be some sort of zombie movie and alien invasion movie hybrid. What starts out as an OK zombie film turns into a convoluted, unexplainable foray into aliens invading our planet. The first big problem that I had with this film, is that, of course, the characters in the beginning don't know how to "kill" a zombie. At this stage in zombie cinema, I am pretty sure that any zombie film you make, the characters in the film should already know that a head shot is what takes out a zombie for good. Characters who somehow don't know that already are simply to unbelievably frustrating to even watch onscreen. The other big problem that I had with the movie was the whole alien invasion angle they tried to play at the end. Now I don't really care what causes your zombie infestation, but don't try to combine genres to explain what is going on. The meteor shower at the beginning of the film was a good enough reason for me that a zombie outbreak would happen. That is as far as you need to go in a zombie film. From the moment that you explain the zombies, a zombie movie should focus on the main characters, how they survive, and doing as many gory, disgusting zombie kills as possible. Undead, unfortunately, doesn't do this. In fact, it has no focus whatsoever. The whole alien thing isn't ever even explained, therefore the whole movie seems pointless, in my mind. Also, Undead seems to be another one of these horror movies that tries to be scary and funny at the same time. That just doesn't work for me. Undead made me smile at a few parts, but overall I just wanted to watch a quality, independent zombie film, and what I got was some inexplicable, unfunny film that tried to play both sides of the fence when it had no reason to do so.

Ben H (au) wrote: Really odd one this, tainted by its legendary status as an awful and massively over-budget flop, this is actually not that bad - particularly compared to other 80s hits like Jewel of the Nile etc. Paul Williams original 'bad' songs are genius, especially 'Dangerous Business.' It certainly falls apart in Morocco, and gets progressively worse, but keeps an endearing silliness that is reminiscent of the Hope/Crosby classics. Beatty and Hoffman are pretty good too, Adjani is totally wrong and the rest of the cast are worthless.

Marianne H (mx) wrote: langtekkelig og kjedelig. det manglet mye paa humoren.

Jason P (mx) wrote: More interesting for the mood than the plot. Very seventies, lounge music, women sitting around looking good, etc. I loved the freezer scenes, though.

Sue B (kr) wrote: "He's still pixilated! He sure is!"

Jose Luis M (ag) wrote: Deliciosa comedia ,aunque se note el paso de los aos , mantiene su interes .Peliculas como Mision Imposible y Ocean Eleven le deben las ideas a este film . Lo mejor la escena del robo filmada con maestria digna de Hitchcock y el personaje de Peter Ustinov.

Asher K (ca) wrote: Unfortunately, MASH does not stand the test of time well. There are some great, laugh out loud moments, and some gleefully dark humor (the suicide scene), but they are too far between, and the filler is frankly not all that interesting. There is no reason to care about these characters, and thus it is tough to engage with the movie as a whole.