Pyar Ka Mandir

Pyar Ka Mandir

Widow Laxmi lives a meager but happy existence with her four children. As her son Vijay struggles to support the family, Laxmi is swindled out of her life savings. Vijay swears revenge, resulting in a series of shifting fortunes that send the entire family into upheaval.

After the passing away of husband, Laxmi Kumar, a school teacher, lives a poor lifestyle along with her three sons, Sanjay, Vijay and Ajay, and daughter, Meena in their family home they ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Pyar Ka Mandir torrent reviews

Tim R (fr) wrote: Wow. Try not to cry watching this the second time.

Annonymous M (nl) wrote: I found it boring and I didn't like the directing. Too choppy.

DC F (de) wrote: Trying to be intelligent to make a point, but miserably backfires. It's humorous to see a full grown Tyrese in a womb! Lmao, watch it for that if you can even last long enough to see it.

Alison C (kr) wrote: Fantastic acting. Really fantastic. Allison Janey make me shriek at the beginning. She's amazing. Kathy Bates really brought it home towards the end. Overall, the movie was just kinda interesting though. eeeeeh.

William H (ca) wrote: meh. it's ok, but it could be better.

Jeremy S (it) wrote: Miserable and fascinating.

Grant S (mx) wrote: OK, but not great. Intriguing for the most part, though it degenerates into a one-dimensional action movie towards the end. The final scenes feel like a rip-off of The Wild Bunch, with some of The A-Team thrown in. Action scenes are OK though.Decent performances by Nick Nolte and Powers Booth in the lead roles. Good support from Rip Torn and Maria Conchita Alonso. The performances as the ex-soldiers, however, are mostly over-the-top and hammy.

Sheridan P (jp) wrote: Very funny. They all play the doddering old men very well, and the love between them is very special. Hard core gangsters of the old school style - where you follow the code and treat women well and don't do the dirty on each other. Christopher Walken seems to have been old forever. They all made me, strangely, find old men wierdly attractive.

Sargis G (it) wrote: I don't know why but I really like this movie. Guilty pleasure I suppose.