Beautiful, talented, young and attractive Muskaan has an only guardian in her life, her strict and stern brother Vishal Thakur, both reside on a farm in the Country area. Vishal enrolls Muskaan into the City College, where she meets a prankster Suraj Khanna, who has been neglected by his wealthy parents. Suraj and Muskaan fall in love slowly and when it was time for Muskaan to return to the Country area, Suraj follows Muskaan all the way to her house where he meets with Vishal who objects to their marriage but when Suraj save the life of an elder Thakur Ajay Singh he is taken in and must undergo certain tests before Vishal will accept him as his brother in law.
Writer:Sanjeev Duggal (dialogue), Sohail Khan (story and screenplay)
Muskaan (Kajol) is an orphan girl living on a farm run by her overly-protective older brother, Vishal (Arbaaz Khan) and their 'Chachu' (Dharmendra). Muskaan's childhood friend, Ujaala (... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Charlie D (ru) wrote: Long walk to freedom was just another movie about the discrimination of the black. I am not trying to be offensive but it is starting to get annoying. But this one was a little different, it added violence instead of just plain offensive words. Which was a nice change to some of the past movies I have seen with this kind of discrimination. The makeup artist did a pretty good job on showing the aging off Nelson, but didn't pay attention to other people; (e.i. His wife never seemed to get older). But otherwise pretty good, I am not to familiar with the story so I don't know how correct it is. It also had lots of positive messages like you don't need to start war to win there is peace and it is an easier path to take. Another one is that blacks are just like us and we should not discriminate them in anyway. One more is when you want freedom you have to act (not in a violent way) but in more positive peaceful ways like making a petition. Because now the government is not discriminatory and treat just like normal. It is still going on in some parts of the southern states, but soon they will know that they are the same. I think one of the more important messages is that even thought people have done many bad things it is good to forgive them.
Georgiana A (au) wrote: Excellent film. Great characters, believable story and acting. Heart wrenching at times but such an important story to tell.
Dianna D (nl) wrote: Predictable, but well acted
Chad D (us) wrote: I really do not know what to say about this movie. everything is just everywhere it keeps you guessing what is really going on the whole time.
Oie P (gb) wrote: A visually visceral roller-coaster ride into the mind of Yukio Mishima.
Richard D (it) wrote: A pet alligator is flushed into the Chicago sewers and mutates to a giant size due to chemicals being flushed into the sewer. Cop Robert Forster has to hunt down and defeat the reptile with the help of a sexy reptile expert before it eats more people. A pretty fantastic creature feature featuring a great script by John Sayles, solid direction by Lewis Teague, and an amazing supporting cast that includes Michael V. Gazzo as the police chief, Dean Jagger as the chief villain, Sydney Lassick as a sleazy vet and Henry Silva as the great white hunter brought in to take the beast down. "Jaws" rip-offs don't get better than this.
MaryBeth M (de) wrote: this is where javi's name came from so i want to see it!!!
Peter M (jp) wrote: Heavily atmospheric action flick. Awsome.
Michael G (de) wrote: It was OK, wouldn't want to see it again, though - rare for a Pixar movie.