The Government of India has chosen to present a literary award to Divakar Barve in recognition of his contribution to Indian Arts and Cinema. Divakar accepts this award, and the community decides to recognize this award-recipient at a special party just for him. Several big-wigs in Bombay city are invited, and they include Mohini, the alcoholic and aging wife of Divakar; Ravi an actor; Bharat an aspiring actor and poet; An aging Ruth who is always accompanied by a much younger boyfriend; Poet and producer, Agashe; Ila Arun the singer; and Achyut Potdar a Bollywood actor. Everyone awaits the arrival of Amrit, an activist. What the invitees do not know that the party is going to be gate-crashed by the host's, Mrs. Damyanti Rane's son and his teen-aged friend; a couple, Naren and Malvika; Then something unexpected happens: Amrit does arrive - but not in the way everybody expected him to arrive.
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Winona M (es) wrote: I really liked this movie. Crazy Family Dynamics is always entertaining.
Wendy C (ag) wrote: Hi, just to let you know I give this film a positive. The first one was much better but this one's good too. My sisters enjoyed it with loads of laughs.
Daryl S (br) wrote: Ngayon ko lang napanood. Ang payat pa konti ni sharon dito. Hehe. At agn galing nakakatawa naman, panira lang yung ending.
Tomas T (us) wrote: Bravo Two Zero depicts British Special Air Service (SAS) sergeant Andy McNab's true story during the Persian Gulf War in the early 1991. McNab's 8 man squad was sent deep into enemy territory to severe Iraqi communication lines and destroy a mobile missile launch platform. Unluckily their mission failed miserably due to series of unforeseen events and led to brutal imprisonment in enemy hands.What is really good about Bravo Two Zero is how it dares to tell the unwanted and inglorious side of warfare, captivity, which at times translates into gross violations of human rights in every way imaginable. The sadistic prison guard Jeral tormenting Andy in the latter part of the film offers a worrisome example of this! Irritatingly it is the part leading to captivity where the film does not fare so well. If Bravo Two Zero is to be believed, British Elite Force SAS is composed of middle aged males who prefer to tackle their enemies with bad humor instead of their superior combat skills. Overall I found the films approach towards SAS as an elite military force weak and unconvincing. And if the films take on the characters and SAS was not bad enough, the amateurish combat scenes and low budget seal the films path to mediocrity. Bravo Two Zero tells a important and interesting story but its glaring flaws are too big to ignore and seriously hamper the films resolve. Sean Bean is the definitive highlight of the film with his strong performance, but sadly he alone cannot fix the film's glaring shortcomings.
Chrisanne S (ru) wrote: Love March and Cooper. Hopkins gets on my nerves. And the humor wasn't as uniquely and subtly Lubitsch as I'd like.
Richard C (es) wrote: Not sure if its excellent or if it is dumb. And I'm not sure if it is because I grew up in a different era and can't appreciate older films, or if it is just an awkward film. But at the same time something about it is just fun to watch.