Rakesh (Sanjeev Kumar) is a blind man with an attractive wife Rohini (Sarika). Unknown to him, his wife is having an affair with another man Ranjeet (Marc Zuber) behind his back. When Rakesh's wife is murdered in her paramour's home, he is the only suspect. Could a blind man have pulled off a perfect murder?
- Stars:Sanjeev Kumar, Ranjeeta Kaur, Shatrughan Sinha, Sarika, Marc Zuber, Ashok Kumar, Saeed Jaffrey, Dinesh Hingoo, Leena Das, Amin Sayani, T.P. Jain,
- Director:R.K. Nayyar,
- Writer:J.P. Choksey (story), Madan Joshi (dialogue), Vinod Rattan (screenplay)
A blind man plans revenge on his adulterous wife.... by murder. A taut thriller that keeps you on the edge of your seat. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: This film is an obvious dig at chemical firm Monsanto which has sold Roundup fertiliser/insecticide without proper open research as to the effects particularly on humans, who have suffered severe debilities as a result of using Monantos Roundup, excellent film well worth seeing in it's own right, but particularly if you like to see the big chemical companies beaten at their own game. Now showing on BBC Iplayer.
(gb) wrote: Saw it by an accident, and I'm not dissapointed that I did! Any movie that actually manages to make cricket exciting is well worth the time, even if it clocks in at almost 4h (could probably have been cut down at least 30 minutes). Nice choreography in true bollywood spirit, hummable tunes and engaging story. What it lack in somewhat flat characters it more than well makes up for.
(us) wrote: awesome sound track. awesome everything.
(ca) wrote: I love all the naked gun movies. Not sure why I love this slapstick comedy by I do. Guilty pleasure
(es) wrote: 0.5: Trash. It's good to know that horrible sequels aren't just a scourge of the 20th century. I didn't much like the first film and this version simply takes it down another notch. It has a few acceptable moments, but they are few and far between.
(gb) wrote: Something of a missed opportunity for Hammer this has much higher production values than their previous efforts and uses some pretty well known actors from the 70's in one of their last hurrahs. Unfortunately despite their best efforts to create their own version of 'Rosemary's Baby' mixed with 'The Exorcist' they are let down by a poor script and a damp squid of an ending. The whole thing looks like it's building up to some great confrontation between Lee and Widmark but as soon as Widmark throws a stone at Lee it is all over. What a let-down! Kinski is very young here and her acting is a bit dodgy (as she is forced to do a completely pointless nude scene at the end) but Lee, Blackman and Goodliffe are good and Elliott does a very good nutter impression. Widmark has obviously been brought in to attract the American market but really Hammer should have gone for someone a bit younger like Hackman or Finney (probably out of their budget) as his presence here doesn't really add anything and his motives are never really clear. In the end the whole thing looks like it's been heavily edited to cut the running time but this leaves too many plot-holes and despite the running time the film still drags. One for hardened Hammer fans only.
(us) wrote: A very well done adaption of the musical, taking the original script, but adding a couple of minor changes. This is worth the time for anyone who is a fan of musicals
(ca) wrote: A generic uninspired adventure tale with a Victorian backdrop is derivative, dull, uninspired, and, features annoying characters who over-emote while delivering smug dialogue from an incredibly shoddy script.