Moti is a merchant who sells jaggery in the market, with the help of an older woman, Mahjubhi, who makes exemplary jaggery. He is in love with a village girl, but cannot afford to pay the dowry/marriage expenses to her father. So he decides to marry Mahjubhi, while secretly harbouring the dream of saving enough money for dowry and marrying the village girl. After marrying Majubhi, Moti extracts a lot of work from her to this end. He eventually does collect the amount and divorces her, accusing her of infidelity. Shortly after that he marries the village girl, and goes back to his business of selling jaggery, but faces the consequence of losing Mahjubhi's jaggery.

Moti sells gurd in the market. He collects the raw material and takes them to an older woman, Mahjubhi, who makes exemplary gurd. Moti loves a village girl but is unable to afford to pay ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Kaitlin L (nl) wrote: ...This was so amusing.

Zane C (br) wrote: Ignoring the fact that the cover makes no sense and is in fact misleading to what the movie is really about, Lawn Dogs is an excellent indie flick. Mischa Barton and Sam Rockwell truly deliver.

Marischa B (jp) wrote: haha a very funny film, and ricki lake plays in it.... used to her talk show.

Jessica H (jp) wrote: A fairytale romancce full of comedy and only somewhat like the book. a must see if you did not like the end or the beginning of the book.

Toad K (gb) wrote: Not good. Thought the ending would have been way better but that's the chance u take for doing a documentary

Mickaw90 (gb) wrote: The story was simple but it was well-written. Why they don`t make movies like this anymore? Only thing what bothered that the villains were very strangers but luckily they fitted into the story. Mickey Rourke and Don Johnson made a good performances and carried the movie.

John B (it) wrote: Lots of raving about this film but I didn't find this to be an example of the best of Hoskins and Caine. The alleged grittiness and heart wrenching romance are not as wrenching as you might imagine.

Gaspar O (it) wrote: Uhhhh, 91% of critics and 90% of Flixster users liked this crap? I'm dumbfounded. I had to watch this over about five different settings because it kept putting me to sleep. I get that it's an old film, but the editing was terrible, making it almost nonsensical, the acting was horrendous and the fight scenes were laughable, even for the 40s. I'm only being generous with the 2.5 stars because of Burt Lancaster, and I guess I'm feeling nostalgic. Ya, wow, this was just not a good film. I don't get the ratings...

Ellis F (ag) wrote: A very good, movie, the ending was a bit sudden, though.

Jeremy S (de) wrote: for what the movie is supposed to be it's a great movie in culture of a game between two different cultures but also the movie isn't very solid with a classic movie but it is what it is and supposed to be plus I think Selleck is bad ass in everything he does

Christian H (es) wrote: A definitive classic and novel adaptation about a famed detective investigating a murder, with a great twist. Starring the great Albert Finney.

Chris D (br) wrote: Step Up Revolution boosts exhilarating 3D dance sequences, but cares less on any likable characters to help bring the movie forward.

Bryce R (au) wrote: Not great, and I watched it immediately after Dark Knight Rises, this movie is good, and does a lot of things better than the original. The movie's style was true to the Spider-Man of animated series and comics; with his goofy, teenager, cocky trash talking. He does what most teens do when they are working, and that's have fun.