After the "accidental" death of his father, Narayan Srivastav (Satyen Kappu), young Krishna is driven out of the house by his paternal uncle Sajhan (Paresh Rawal), and goes to live with his... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
After the "accidental" death of his father, Narayan Srivastav (Satyen Kappu), young Krishna is driven out of the house by his paternal uncle Sajhan (Paresh Rawal), and goes to live with his...
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Carys E (gb) wrote: HA! hilarious. worth seeing just for 'he taught us the NINJITSU WAY!!' and the hot asian chick cutting off the guy's cock
Cesar J (us) wrote: At least this is much better than the previous sequel and it does relive some of the classic moments from the original film. It's an interesting "what if..." story.
Elga T (it) wrote: A beautiful movie. Deep in its portrayl of human interaction and the harsh realities of young poor indian boys. The ending had a slightly unexpected twist that made the movie even better.
Austin F (kr) wrote: 83% O Brother Where Art Thou is plenty of fun comprised of a good soundtrack, and delightful and quirky comedy. While fitting in perfectly to the Great Depression setting.
Mark S (ag) wrote: Tells the story well with its own take on the fable. Despite the poor effects for its year of production, the acting and plotline makes up for any other inadequacies. This is more of the kind of acting you would see on a stage where everything is exaggerated and reading between the line is simple enough, but it is done well.
bill s (de) wrote: Just an Iconic hockey movie.......everyone has their favorite scene.
Darrin C (us) wrote: Unoriginal story and predictable ending, but a good show for those who enjoy a fair amount of creative violence.