Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak
Both Dhanraj Singh and Randhir Singh are two bitter and old time enemies. They faced a disastrous situation when there children, Raj and Rashmi falls deeply in love. They openly declares there hatred for one another and will do anything in there power even kill but they will not accept there children's choice. But Raj and Rashmi is dedicated to there love and is not willing to accept the fact that there dads are enemies.
- Stars:Aamir Khan, Juhi Chawla, Goga Kapoor, Dalip Tahil, Ravindra Kapoor, Asha Sharma, Alok Nath, Rajendranath Zutshi, Shehnaz Kudia, Charushila, Beena Banerjee, Reema Lagoo, Nandita Thakur, Ahmed Khan, Arjun,
- Director:Mansoor Khan,
- Writer:Nasir Hussain (dialogue), Nasir Hussain (screenplay), Nasir Hussain (story)
A young man and young woman fall in love against their feuding fathers' wishes; Romeo and Juliet set in contemporary India. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak torrent reviews
(it) wrote: really cute...usually i don't watch mermaid movie...but this one was interesting to watch :P
(au) wrote: Better than your average rom com, but we would probably disagree on that.
(it) wrote: Average Thriller, i guess because plot-Twists doesnt amuse me anymore :/besides, that guy (david) can separte him from his role as a vampire killer in Buffy! hehe
(de) wrote: Art School Confidential is a film that is universally panned by many, and appreciated by a small number. The ones who think it's highly aggravating are usually let down by the fact that this was the second collaboration between Terry Zwigoff and Daniel Clowes, who first made the film Ghost World based off Clowes' graphic novel of the same name. Ghost World was disturbing, dark, funny, and full of realism. Art School is much more of a strange commentary on the pretension of art school students. I did like the paradox of what good art is, compared to the fact that good artists are the ones people pay to see. It was a good, insightful look into the politics of the art world, and the tension of the art student, who's only survival is fame, and fame at any cost. I was personally very disappointed at the brand of humor and the lack of follow through on character development. Yes, there are eccentricities, and kookiness to spare, but it is at the expense of the plot and the chemistry between the leads that we must suffer the general annoyances of our main character. I didn't especially hate the main character as many other viewers have in the past, because he's not meant to be personable or empathetic as our protagonist. His fate at the end of the movie is completely believable, even if understandable early in the film. The film has the humor, sexual tension, and lacking characters of the regular slew of indie comedies that sit in the comedy category of the Netflix Instant. There isn't anything new to take away from it, except perhaps a better understanding and appreciation for art and artists, and maybe it will warm your heart to know that this is a love story of sorts. Well, really it's more about obsession and women who would rather be immortalized in paint rather than be a great artist's muse or great love. It's an overly ambitious yet lacking film, and I found it entertaining if not oddly put together.
(nl) wrote: c. thomas howell, daphne zuniga, kelly preston
(es) wrote: The last film I liked Gary Busey in.
(ca) wrote: OMG...Like this movie like the main character was absolutely out of control. Worth one look if you're bored"
(br) wrote: This is a dark unsettling tale of a holocaust survivor (played by Rod Steiger) making a living as a pawnbroker in Harlem, who is emotionally cut off from those around him. He is haunted by flashbacks of his time in a concentration camp, where his children were murdered and he was forced to watch his wife being raped. For a full synopsis please check out the RT page for this film. This is an excellent movie. Not a movie to be enjoyed, but to be appreciated for it's mood, style and performances. I was actually surprised by how emotional I got while watching this. During some of the flashback scenes, my heart was breaking! Like I said, it's not supposed to be enjoyable. Rod Steiger is PHENOMENAL in this role. He makes you sympathetic for a character that, at first, seems to have no feeling for anyone else, and refers to his customers as 'scum' and 'rejects'. However he gives you tiny glimpses of the anguish bubbling under the surface and by the end of the film you are just desperate for him to let it all out! Highly recommended.
(kr) wrote: Everybody knows who Gandhi is. He is one of those popular historical figures who is often referenced in today's culture. It might be just over 3 hours long, but Richard Attenborough creates a movie which keeps you hooked in on the life of Gandhi and the impact he had on his country.Ben Kingsley was an excellent casting choice as he is not recognisable at all. There is not a single scene found in the film which will make you think of Kingsley instead. His look and voice is spot on and you find yourself believing that you are watching the real Gandhi. Everything else around Kingsley is spot on with correct clothing and believable sets. The 300,000 extras involved in the funeral scene gives you the impression that you are watching a piece of history as it happened. The Indian scenery on show is beautiful to see and adds that extra layer to the film to make it even more enjoyable. Gandhi is very educational and really gives you an insight on what really happened. It motivates you and encourages you to become inspired. With an amazing performance from Ben Kingsley, Gandhi will never be upstaged.
(de) wrote: Lee Tamahori's one hit wonder is visceral and owes a lot to actors Rena Owen and Temuera Morrison. There's something deliciously exciting about the fact it beat Jurassic Park at the time of its release in NZ too. Should I watch the sequel?
(mx) wrote: Richard Pryor plays a blind man, Gene Wilder plays a deaf man: That is the joke, and I didn't see (or hear) anything funny about it.
(ca) wrote: I LOVE THIS MOVIE!!!
(de) wrote: Overload of new but known characters