Yogi Joshi (Kamal Sadanah) is the hardworking middle class student who goes to college with the traditional Pooja (Ayesha Julka), who is the daughter of a single-father. Pooja has been in love with Yogi for quite some time, but Yogi seems to see her as a good friend. Yogi's father (Bharat Kapoor) works at the factory owned by the successful Indu Singh (Amrita Singh). Indu admits her daughter into the same college as Yogi and Pooja. She is a trustee of the college and is assured by the Principal that Kajal is in good hands. Kajal (Divya Bharti) goes to college and tries to park in Pooja's spot, but Pooja cuts her off. The two get in an altercation and to show Pooja how much power Kajal has, she drives her jeep into the corridors of the college and stops right in front of Pooja and her friends, including Yogi.
Writer:Rumi Jaffery (screenplay), Talat Jani (story), Sagar Sarhadi (dialogue)
Engrossed with keeping her figure and looking young, Suchitra Singh, has little time for anything else. She has seen her daughter, Indu, get married to Ajay Malhotra, against her wishes, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Rangan R (br) wrote: In the tough time, they have found one another.After taking a week off from the films, now I'm back with this one. It is a British film based on the book of the same name, which is inspired by a real person and his cat. Well, it might be wrong to say 'his cat', because according to this film, I learnt that they have found one another. So nobody belongs to no one, except in human perception its 'his cat' and that's how this story goes.The title reminded me a classic film, but this is nothing like that one. If fact, it is a very suitable title name. How many people do you think gets a chance to represent themselves for the film version, excluding documentaries. Here Bob the cat had got one. He was so perfect. I'm not really a cat person, but when I was small I lived among lots of them and they all are nothing like this Bob. So if I want one, I need exactly like the Bob.The story is about a young man, James, who is a drug addict. Living on the street, singing to get close to enough money to feed. Sometimes frustratingly short to buy a meal, leads back to the needles at the time he tries his best to free from them. Having no friends and family for support, that's how he meets Bob. Bob is a stray cat who snuck into the James house and instantly they had become friends. All Bob wanted was a safe place and an owner to feed him. And for James, to divert attention from his issues.Humans and animals won't talk, but all those great relationships are built with wonderful understanding. I have seen many films based on man and animal bond, and there's nothing new from this, yet very inspiring. This tale was told from James perspective, having Bob alongside, but very nicely revealed how things change when we start to commit to something with a great support.?You got yourself a lifelong partner there. Better friends than people, they are.?From the outside, it looks like another 'Inside Llewyn Davis'. A man with no future, having a guitar in one hand and a cat in another, roaming the city. Other than that it is totally a different film. Well cast and made a film. The female lead looked like on cosplay. There's a little romance, but the focus always has been James and Bob. Even there are many scenes from Bob's perspective, like through his eyes how things look. Going after a mouse, travelling on the bus and bicycle, performing on the street, the camera literally on the ground to reveal that angle of the story.In a country like India, all domestic animals including pet animals roam casually everywhere without bothering about any threat. But elsewhere, like as in this film in England, one must get a license to have a pet. What I meant is, people are not used to those animals on the street and when they see one, they go like 'oh, so cute', 'so sweet'. Anyway, Bob and James won the many hearts. When they get on the street, it will be a spotlight. Crowd throng to see them, the rare partnership led them to fame. That was not their intention, but it helped them to overcome poverty.The pet lovers would love this film. Despite the original theme is darker with drugs, the film was fun and friendly for almost all ages. Seems like a holiday film, particularly to watch during Christmas. Well, it came on that season, but I saw it only now and I'm happy I did not give it a miss. This is a good film for families, so recommended it to them. Meanwhile, there's a follow-up book and I'm hoping that they would turn it as well a film. I don't know the book, but after watching this one, I feel it is worth it. So waiting for any official confirmation.8/10
Jacqueline W (ag) wrote: I like slice of life movies, Obama and the idea of selling your soul, but the angst hurt me. At least it had a happy ending.
Kristin R (fr) wrote: A horrible story of incest, so much could have been done with this film that wasn't, and it just ended up falling flat. There was no atmosphere, and I didn't feel engrossed by the acting in any way. Well below average.
Nathan K (us) wrote: dreary, boring, lifeless.
James K (nl) wrote: Director Kitamura was challenged to make this Samurai film in two weeks. Not bad but the limitations of time show
Don S (us) wrote: Gene Hackman is one of my favorite actors. He is incredibly versatile. Maura Tierney is someone I'll go out of my way to watch. They were both really good in this movie. Having been one of probably ten people in the US who has never watched "Everybody Loves Raymond," Ray Romano was the unknown factor. From this performance, I just don't get the appeal. Very dry sense of humor, very whiney acting style. He didn't ruin the movie for me, but he sure made it difficult for me to like it as much as I wanted to. The story is stupendously unbelievable, and that had much to do with stymying my enjoyment as well. Some funny bits, some too silly bits, much predictability. This should have been about half-hour shorter too. Worth watching, but you'll probably not fall in love with it. You wrote this on 9/30/08.
Laure F (gb) wrote: Tres bien et pas de mauvaises surprises
Danny R (de) wrote: Allen & Albert Hughes's engrossing, stylish thriller which is based upon the acclaimed graphic novel by Alan Moore & Eddie Campbell. In Victorian England a clairvoyant police inspector from Scotland Yard named Frederick George Abberine, played brilliantly by Johnny Depp is determined to capture the infamous serial killer Jack the Ripper despite a growing sense that there is a massive cover-up to protect him. Astute direction by Allen & Albert Hughes, with impressive supporting performances by Heather Graham, Robbie Coltrane, the late Ian Richardson, Jason Fleming, Katrin Cartlidge, Susan Lynch, Paul Rys, Lesley Sharp, and Ian Holm in a regal turn as Sir William Gull. The production design by Martin Childs is magnificent and the period recreation is flawless. A majestic score by Trevor Jones, with exquisitely cinematography by Peter Deming. A well-crafted and intelligent motion picture. Highly Recommended.
elle g (nl) wrote: ive seen it before but I dont actually kno how to watch movie
Byron B (it) wrote: nominated for best foreign film at the golden globes
Bruce R (mx) wrote: It is indeed a dumb comedy definitely not a great comedy let alone a great teen-sex comedy but aside from jumbled writing and sometimes eye rolling gags, Seth Green gives a great performance as an Amish man which gives most of the humor plus Clark Duke finds enough funny things to talk about. Also the teen duo that always flirts with every girl is quite funny and well done but overall the film is way to all over the place.