Rajjo is a 2013 Indian romantic musical produced by Four Pillars Entertainment and directed by Sahitya Akademi Award winning writer Vishwas Patil. It stars Kangana Ranaut and newcomer Paras Arora in the lead roles and its supporting cast includes Prakash Raj, Mahesh Manjrekar and Jaya Prada. The film released in theatres on 15 November 2013.[2][3] The film that earned 2 crores at the domestic box office bore a loss of 10 crores on the venture.

The journey of a nautch girl in the most extraordinary circumstances. Rajjo and Chandu fall in love against the backdrop of the dying Kothas of Mumbai. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Rajjo torrent reviews

Al S (br) wrote: A terrific film. I loved every minute of it. Truly wonderful and outstanding. A great story of family and redemption. An astonishing masterpiece of the finest for drama. It's funny, touching and powerful. Compelling, riveting and unforgettable. Josh Lucas and Christopher Walken are fantastic. A great pair, their chemistry is so true, honest, complex and remarkable. Walken is outstanding, one of his best performances ever. An excellent soundtrack filled great old tunes. Deeply moving and utterly heartbreaking. A delightful and terrific road trip that cant turn away from.

Guy G (kr) wrote: [B-/70] A somewhat contrived and half-baked melodrama, pulling in various directions at once (family comedy, heist caper, a send-up on the expectations between fathers and sons) that nevertheless is salvaged by the modestly satisfying performances of a talented cast, in particular Sean Connery as a roguish grandfather-thief. The movie seems to be trying to say something deep about loyalty and life and taking valuable chances, but the script is not altogether articulate or thought-out enough, although the pacing and acting keep the mood engaging and interesting. All in all, more than passably entertaining and often fun.

Amber B (ca) wrote: For a fan of the old horror films, this is amusing to watch, but has little substance. A cop-out of an ending, which makes several earlier scenes unnecessary and even absurd, but fun to watch if you just want the atmosphere and don't want to think about logic.

Julien W (ag) wrote: Best movie ever made. Go Go Buffalo

Ennis Brokeback L (br) wrote: This almost makes up for exorsist 2. Almost.