Anand lives a wealthy lifestyle in Bombay in a palatial house, and runs a business 'Export India'. While shopping at Roopsagar Clothing Store, he meets one of the Sales Clerks', Sharda, and falls in love with her. Shortly thereafter he proposes to her, she accepts, and both marry at the Registrar of Marriages. Sharda is shown around Anand's house, and the guest-house which houses his ex-convict father. Sharda soon settles in, establishes a Devi Maa Durga Mandir, but will find her life turning upside down when she discovers a deadly secret from Anand's past.
- Stars:Rajesh Khanna, Poonam Dhillon, Aruna Irani, Om Shivpuri, Satyendra Kapoor, Roopesh Kumar, Shammi, Keshto Mukherjee, Shashi Kiran, Ram P. Sethi, Mayur Verma, Ritu Kamal, Madhu Patel, Snehlata, Anita,
- Writer:Bharathiraja (screenplay), Bharathiraja (story), Nida Fazli (lyrics), Vithalbhai Patel (lyrics), Charandas Shokh (dialogue)
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(ru) wrote: Such a hilarious, clean movie! Great cast, great music, great story...it's one of my favorites!
(es) wrote: One of the most boring movies I've ever seen
(mx) wrote: Good film, Brian Cranston is excellent
(ca) wrote: I recently discovered this on my roomate's girlfriend's media shelf. It contains six stories, which are filmed in vignettes. While these stories aren't exactly hard-hitting, they are entertaining. This cast involved people whose performances I normally enjoy. As a whole, I'll give it an "Not Bad!". Check it out. I especially enjoyed Knightly and Gandolfini.
(gb) wrote: not really enjoyed it
(ca) wrote: Austere and captivating. Everyone should conduct themselves so boldy, and with such pragmatism.
(kr) wrote: Even though Barry Watson's in it, I would not see it because it's rated "R".
(us) wrote: An only moderately interesting character study of an uninteresting character.
(ag) wrote: This movie is very close to home for me!
(es) wrote: This film makes me a bit nostalgic, it is literally my childhood in one movie. When I was at school, there were two gangs; the E.T.-ers (bell ends) and the Macs. I was a Mac (obviously lol) and couldn't believe anyone would prefer the shitty copycat rip-off that is E.T. over this sci-fi classic. I used to fight kids that said it was shit because I knew it really wasn't. I used to have a picture of the main kid in it on my ceiling and always wanted to be in a wheelchair when I grew up. I used to jump out my bedroom window in the hope that I would paralyze myself and be just like him. Unfortunately, a couple of cuts and a few bruises was all I ever got. Then came the dark day that I found out that E.T. was in actual fact released before this and that it was in fact Mac and Me that was the rip-off. I couldn't handle it, I turned to the drink to console me but it did no good. Nowadays, I only think about it every now and then, and it does bring a tear to my eye, but I still love this film.
(es) wrote: A rare Hitchcock drama that loses its way in the middle and gets back on track at the end.