In desperate need of a job, unemployed Ravi (Jeetendra) goes to his maternal uncle (A.K. Hangal) and aunt (Leela Mishra) in their village for a few days. His uncle decides that he can be a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
An unemployed young man (Jeetendra) takes a job to tutor unruly grandkids of Rai Sahab (Pran) and brings out respect, appreciation and hard work hidden deep inside them.
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Gregoire B (gb) wrote: Certes, ce film fait preuve d'une gentillesse certaine, pour rendre attachante la petite communaut (C) mol (C)naise. N (C)anmoins, grce au (trop ?) gros casting, ce film parvient son but : faire rire.
Scott S (ca) wrote: The premise behind the movie is really quite cool, and the information given is well worth watching, however, it is just a very dull documentary... not really recorded with any interesting anything going on... Watch it if you have 2 hours to kill and want to learn something else crappy about the government.
Eric P (it) wrote: Gotta love the elevator scene, the pool scene... Kristy Swanson is beautiful!
Isadore H (gb) wrote: The second installment in this franchise has more of what made the original so enjoyable and entertaining, but ultimately falls a little short of reaching the same level of greatness. I did enjoy seeing Norman Reedus and Ron Pearlman added to the cast, they were really fun to watch, and Wesley Snipes was still great as Blade. The plot just seemed not to be executed as well as it could have been, but there was still enough to make for a solid follow up to a really good film
Andrew B (br) wrote: We no longer live in a world where your birthday can be forgotten. Someone, somewhere has access to that information. We're all going to die, and theirs too much money, and too many people for that to matter.
Jamie C (ag) wrote: Even though it's my least favorite Indy film I enjoyed it even though the plot was a little silly aswell, But the action nearly makes up for it.
Ian T (ca) wrote: Terry, Terry, Terry...what are you doing? Not even Brian Dennehey can save this.