Sahebzaade

Sahebzaade

Raja and Rahul are brothers living with their mother (Shardha) in a village located in the green hills of Himachal Pradesh. Incidently they love the same girl, Chinar. One of them ...

Raja and Rahul are brothers living with their mother (Shardha) in a village located in the green hills of Himachal Pradesh. Incidently they love the same girl, Chinar. One of them ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Download   Sahebzaade 1992 [Hindi] Sunjay Dutt,Aditya Pancholi,Neelam-BUTTSOther4135484.29 MB

Sahebzaade torrent reviews

Diane B (us) wrote: I thought it was a really good movie. Plenty of action, that's for sure!

Heather M (jp) wrote: The idea for this movie was a good one, but everything about it made it painful to sit through. I was hoping for an ending to give purpose to this cult's existence, but it was a real letdown.

Wrik S (ag) wrote: Another insight into the mafia world that exists within the great metropolitan cities..

Stephen T (ru) wrote: Well that was slightly disturbing...

Nalini S (ru) wrote: boring movie BUT the scenery and costume designs were very nice. the look and feel of this movie was well planned out and seems that no expense was spared

the end o (gb) wrote: good, a heart touching movie....based on family problem

Ron R (ca) wrote: I started watching this at like 1:30 in the morning, and for reasons I cannot explain, I actually saw it through to the end. It was not very good.

Eric M (fr) wrote: Melodrama at its best.

Luke D (br) wrote: The acting alone should be enough to put you off. Regardless of the poor script.

Richard E (ca) wrote: one of the better gay movies

Squall C (ca) wrote: Hauntingly beautiful.

Danny R (au) wrote: Sidney Lumet's magnificent whodunit is a elegant and lavish production which is based upon Agatha Christie's best selling novel. An unrecognizable Albert Finney delivers a sensationally compelling performance that earned him a richly deserved Academy Award nomination for Best Actor, playing the brilliant and dapper Belgian detective Hercule Poirot who on board the famous Orient Express that is traveling from Istanbul to Calais and is now snowbound. During this period one of the passengers is mysteriously murdered, and Poirot agrees to investigate hoping to find the killer before the police reach the snowbound train. Soon it will turn out that everybody has something to hide including the victim himself. The late great Lumet's exceptional direction draws superlative performances from the large international cast which includes Lauren Becall, Sir Sean Connery, Martin Balsam, Vanessa Redgrave, Jacqueline Bisset, Richard Widmark, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Sir John Gielgud, Wendy Hiller, Anthony Perkins, Rachel Roberts, Michael York, and Ingrid Bergman in a standout Oscar winning performance as a dim-witted, bible quoting Swedish missionary. A visually stunning film thanks to the late Geoffrey Unsworth remarkable cinematography, and a majestic Oscar nominated musical score by the late Sir Richard Rodney Bennett, with beautiful Oscar nominated period costume design, and a flawless production design by Tony Walton. An Incomparable cinematic classic which is also an engrossing motion picture that was nominated for 6 Academy Awards nominations including Best Actor: Albert Finney. Highly Recommended.

Pamela D (jp) wrote: Three excellent, thoughtful and creepy vignettes. A real gem!

Al M (nl) wrote: A solid and somewhat stylish giallo that doesn't quite rank with the best examples of the form, Black Belly of the Tarantula concerns a killer who mimics a certain kind of wasp that paralyzes its victims with poison and forces them to watch as they are killed. Competent direction, a Morricone score, and appearances from giallo favorites make this a must-see for fans of the genre, but it certainly pales in comparison to some of the better examples.

DOG WHISPERER (nl) wrote: AWESOME MOVIE.. WHEN I FIRST SAW IT, I WANTED HER TO STAY WITH BURKE LOL.. I LIKED HIM, SINATRA COMES OFF AS A LITTLE HARD AND LESS COMPASSIONATE OR CARING. BUT AS I WATCHED IT AGAIN AND AGAIN. I WOULDNT WANT THIS MOVIE ANY OTHER WAY.. IT IS ONE OF MY FAVORITES. LOVE IT