Sunder (Govinda) comes from his village to the big city. He is naive, easily influenced, and illiterate. His attempts to influence girls are mocked, and he is ignored and made fun of by his roommates. One day, he befriends an NRI, Payal Khurana (Rani Mukerji), who thinks he is disabled and dumb. She feels sorry for him and decides to assist him get his voice back. She takes him to Dr. S. Puri (Om Puri), who is unable to find a solution. Sunder is thrilled at the attention he is getting from Payal, and decides to continue to pull wool over her eyes, for he knows that she does not love him, she only feels sorry for his handicap, and will soon be returning overseas. Little does he know that Payal is beginning to fall in love with him, and arranging for him to meet her aunt, Mrs. Chaudhary (Farida Jalal), and her mom and dad (Navin Nischal). In the end, to keep true to his word Sunder cuts off his tongue.
Vincent A (ag) wrote: Again, the same with Tusk, I think it was a tough pill to swallow for the masses merely due to its zany subject matter. Like Kev Smith, I appreciated the bold risk of the film. It is weird. It shocks you from the dullards of predictable Hollywood blockbusters. 5000 thumbs way up!
Liam M (gb) wrote: The narratives a little messier this time round, with stray plot lines seemingly appearing and vanished without much consequence, but when Ip Man 2 flies, it soars. You can't for a second fault any of its action. With choreography that raises the stakes past the original. Fans of Donnie Yen certainly won't be disappointed by this powerful entry to the Ip Man series.
Vadim D (es) wrote: Surprisingly unemotional and completely disengaging. Tatum isn't bad, but the lack of story and lack of tension leads to absolutely nothing.
Stephanie Z (mx) wrote: Love based on true stories
Robert H (kr) wrote: Ushpizin is an amazing film and a truly beautiful love story.
Joe K (jp) wrote: Eriq La Salle goes from TV pretty boy to an important voice in Amarican cinema. This film has some of the best steadycam work ever.
Russell A (au) wrote: I was an extra in this movie and enjoyed the experience, however being in the movies is very boring to me. This is a wonderful movie, and Dennis Hopper did a great job of acting in it
Shawn W (ru) wrote: IRA terrorist finds a conscience after blowing up a school bus of children rather than intended army soldiers. His leave is made complicated by former acquaintances who try to force him back to do the dirty work to further the cause. Rourke was a pretty solid lead in the day
Nina L (fr) wrote: London, the 70's, a bohemian lover loved by both the husband and the wife. The acting is awesome. The British atmosphere, the wandering/wondering of both characters makes it an interesting movie about love and how can we get old? I liked when this 50-year-old employee says that he will never find a job again (already?) and tells Glenda Jackson that the future is in nip-tuck and plastic surgery.