The Royal Scandal, the war for power and fight for money continues with the return of Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster. Aditya Pratap Singh (Jimmy Sheirgill) is crippled and is trying to recover from the physical disability and his wifes betrayal. The lover cum seductress Madhavi Devi (Mahie Gill) is now an MLA, her relationship with Aditya may have broken to shambles but her relation with alcohol is deep, dark and daunting. Indarjeet Singh, a ragged prince who has lost everything but his pride, pledges to get back his familys respect which was once destroyed by Adityas ancestors. Ranjana is a modern ambitious girl who is madly in love with Indarjeet Singh (Irrfan Khan). The story takes a new turn when Aditya falls in love with Ranjana and forces Birendra (Raj Babbar) her father, for their marriage. In this game of live chess between Saheb, Biwi and Gangster, the winner, the survivor takes it all.
Writer:Tigmanshu Dhulia (screenplay), Tigmanshu Dhulia (story), Kamal Pandey (story)
The film’s content is turned around the struggle among the powers in the Royal family with the erotic trading to gain the kingship. In this game of live chess between Saheb, Biwi and Gangster, the winner, the survivor will take all. Will family’s members be happy with thing that they gain without love? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Blake P (ag) wrote: "Headhunters" is a bracing game of cat-and-mouse, one in which the motives of the predator are unclear and the prey remains a wild target ready to meet his death at every turn. Designated heroic/villainous tropes are greyed-out, black-and-white hardly an option. The film is morally ambiguous, but I liked it; I like the way karma plays a huge part in its labyrinthine schemes, the way black humor slips in and out like a pink dolphin bobbing out of the water for air, the way the thrills are cruel, efficient, and sleek. Urgency is abiding. The film breathes and thrives as most other action movies move along like an Andrew McCarthy and Jonathan Silverman dragged Bernie. We can't get enough. Directed by Morten Tyldum ("The Imitation Game") with metallic duress, "Headhunters" stars Aksel Hennie as Roger Brown, a corporate headhunter who supports his already hefty salary by stealing paintings from the homes of Norway's upper class. Grossly confident, he feels no remorse for his actions and lives life like no one's watching - despite having a statuesque, loving wife (Synnve Macody Lund) at home, he cheats on her regularly, labeling her desire to have children as another thing she habitually "nags" about. So when things start to go wrong for this scoundrel of a man, we smirk in delight. Karma isn't something to ignore, and Roger, though having it all, should have been more superstitious in order to save a life. This downturn stems from the appearance of Clas Greve (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), a handsome mercenary who's an acquaintance of Roger's wife. The grapevine calls out and inadvertently informs Roger that Clas possesses an extremely valuable painting at home, and the former, who also eventually becomes aware that the man has a military past that valued him as a tracking specialist, thinks nothing of risk and unwisely goes through with the robbery. As expected, nothing good comes from lifting artwork from a low-key bounty hunter, and, before long, Roger becomes the most dangerous game, suddenly vulnerable in a world where he's always been on top. Surprisingly, though, is the method to Clas's madness - what we at first figure to be a grotesquely dramatic round of revenge turns out to be much more complicated than what it at first appears to be, and it may cost Roger his life. Good thing the latter soon reveals himself to be a sympathetic anti-hero, or we'd be in trouble. The best thing about "Headhunters" is its kinetic sense of unpredictability. With a hero that is, more or less, a despicable person, the film owes him no favors, and therefore opens a number of possibilities regarding his fate. Tyldum's sense of pacing is polished, the film maintaining an electric speed once the hunting begins. Likewise, Hennie and Coster-Waldau admirably remain calibrated with the high tension "Headhunters" so commendably cultivates. Lund is a great beauty that functions as the film's heart. It's all sensationally crafted and skillfully rendered, but most agreeable about "Headhunters" is the way it works as a change of pace from most thriller slog we've become accustomed to in recent years. Ever since Marvel announced itself as the quickest way to earn a faster heartbeat for a couple of bucks a few years ago, most of America has turned to superheroes as the most respectable connoisseurs of mischief and mayhem. I'm fine with it. But as proven with "Headhunters," Europeans do it better. I'd like more.
Scott L (au) wrote: Good story. Decent acting.
Jason C (gb) wrote: Enjoyable yet unspectacular
Ryan S (ag) wrote: A more realistic romantic comedy. A nice + in my book.
bill s (br) wrote: Akin to watching paint dry and once in a while burst into flames
em s (gb) wrote: mmmm.... seen better...
Joshua J (ag) wrote: Not exactly the greatest movie of all time, but it has some fun moments that will draw out some laughter. An easy movie to watch on a free day that will make you smile at the very least. Watch if you have nothing better to do. 6/10
Erla B (gb) wrote: I don't really like this movie. But I watched it all only to see the awesomeness of Alan Rickman :D
George P (gb) wrote: A true classic!!! A blind geezer with a sword cane thing kicks ass!!!
Ronald P (nl) wrote: Also great music score by Glass
Van R (au) wrote: Imagine the vintage The Beverly Hillbillies television show turned into a sexploitation comedy when a wealthy Prudence visits her kinfolks down on the farm and wins a goat in a chicken chasing contest! She guzzles too much moonshine and ends up inviting the cousins to visit her estate in Los Angeles. This 90-minute, Harry Novak-produced, drive-in sex comedy features abundant frontal female nudity without erections or penetration to get anybody in trouble. When Rene Bond does with a water hose when she gets filthy wallowing in a pig pen turns on her hay-seed brothers who have no idea what she is flaunting. Nothing particularly dirty, degenerate, or violent occurs in this shallow, culture-clash sex comedy.
James C (nl) wrote: Its amazing how different horror changed from the 60's to the 70's. And considering im not a big B&W film (any genre) kind of fan this did very little to impress me. Basic tale of witchcraft and revenge and while considered a cult classic i dont think it aged very well at all. Bleh....3/10
Gaston P (gb) wrote: The Carioca features a fabulous piece of choreography and - for the first time, the fabulous partnership of Fred and Ginger dancing like the God and Goddess that they are. That final number with all those girls dancing on top of airplanes is entertaining too - sensational for the time in fact. Unfortunately the rest of the cast is nowhere near as engaging as Fred and Ginger who only have supporting roles here. Neverteless they easily steal the movie and they are the only reason why this one is worth watching.
Katie R (fr) wrote: Ok..... Well I really love the real issues they are bringing up from that era of the US becuase normal this period is romantically portrayed ..... But why the fuck did cuddy hang herself?!?!? What the fuck?!? Hahah because even the ugliest man ever rejected her??? Or from the guilt of sex before marriage?? I don't know ...... Was the D too big?
marcus l (ca) wrote: I LOVE IT! I loved every aspect of this film - it's thrilling and suspenseful with great acting