Preet Ki Dori

Preet Ki Dori

Govind lives a wealthy lifestyle in Pritampur. When his father was dying, he made Govind promise that he would always obey his mother. Years later, Govind has completed his studies and ...

Govind lives a wealthy lifestyle in Pritampur. When his father was dying, he made Govind promise that he would always obey his mother. Years later, Govind has completed his studies and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Preet Ki Dori torrent reviews

Luke C (ag) wrote: The dancing was nice to watch and all, but there were way too many characters. I would have rather seen them dig deep into the reasons that these kids love Irish dance.

Kevin N (nl) wrote: An exhaustive documentary on the greatest musician of the twentieth century, told with beautiful and sometimes extraordinarily moving emotion by a great and diverse ensemble of people that made up his life. However, it is the person behind the camera who most impressively tells this story, silently but with careful selection and construction. Martin Scorsese, who has shown a great interest in rock and roll music all through his career, chose to split the film into two halves, parts one and two, and though they depend on each other thematically, they stand alone as studies of, in a way, two different people. In the first part, Scorsese explores an overdone but essential time in Harrison's life- his time as a Beatle, and, specifically, the way in which the band both made him as a musician and neutered his talent for so long. What starts as an entertaining look at a group of young friends who love playing music soon turns uncomfortable, and though we've heard their story a million times before, Scorsese's unique emphases (religion, drugs, jealousy, loneliness) frame the fab four- and particularly George, the most quiet and haunted Beatle- in an entirely different way. At the conclusion of part one, I felt strangely hurt; Scorsese so successfully brings o the forefront the severe issues that arose almost immediately for the band, and it becomes apparent that this group- which still today seems something of a once-in-a-million-years phenomenon- was not so heaven-sent group of gifted musical geniuses; collectively, they made a time bomb, and it was their imperfections and the tension of their opposing talents that made the group so good, but also so limited. However, in the first five minutes of part two it becomes clear that Scorsese, like Harrison so long ago, is ready to move onto a new chapter, and put everything that came previously behind. And from this begins a strange and twisting tale of a man who tried so hard and in so many ways to find himself. This is an impressive documentary- probably the best one that's ever been devoted to an individual Beatle- and it's about time that the quiet member be reevaluated for what he was- the best man in the band, humanly and musically, and quite simply one of the most important artists of the last one-hundred years.

Eesha R (au) wrote: A little heavy on the stereotypes sometimes however it is a film that portrays the struggles of being embedded in a culture that is not necessarily understood by those around you. A meaningful film that shows the importance of friendship and the limits our culture and individuality may unknowingly place on us.

Game M (it) wrote: That you Dad? :))))))))))))

Tom W (jp) wrote: Very original for the time. Very gruesome.

Reed B (mx) wrote: Really good for a made-for-TV-type movie.

Igor R (au) wrote: Guy Maddine at his finest. I love the artificial environments that even outdo Querelle. The absence of sync sound, Maddine is such a good filmmaker. It's like his brain is speaking directly to mine and I've never taken any drugs.

blanky a (us) wrote: 8 Million Ways to Die has the seriousness of the old thrillers, which, no matter how far-fetched, were always obssesed with the honor of the lonely, incorruptible man...

Tanner B (us) wrote: -IGNORE THIS "OUT OF FIVE" RATING4/4Billy's Wilder's truly classic comedy about two musicians who witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and join an all-girl band disguised as women! Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon shine as the two leads, and Marilyn Monroe is remarkable as main singer. Hilarious film leads to the single funniest line in all movie history. Watch this movie! Costumes Won an Oscar.

Craig B (kr) wrote: Best valentine's day viewing ever!

Alun W (mx) wrote: No plot, no dialogue, incomprehensible, extremely dull, so beautiful camera work and score doesn't save it

Tom S (ru) wrote: Of all th great features of this film, the music stands out- in my humble opinion, the greatest original film score ever written. I recall seeing it at Cinerama Dome in LA in 1962- changed my whole outlook on movies. The open credit sequence alone, with it s famous pounding and driving theme so perfectly evocative of the American West, was worth the price of admission. They don't make 'em like this anymore- even if there are no rapids on the Ohio River...

Jay B (kr) wrote: An interesting chronicling of the incarcerated life of Robert Stroud. Lancaster is great, but apparently extremely off with his portrayal.... by all accounts, Stroud was a horrid man with no remorse and who was never rehabilitated... unlike the sympathetic man immortalized here. If the film was tightened up a bit to remedy its length, it could rank a tad higher. Definitely a good watch... but most likely only once.