Inspector Ranjit Singh lives a middle-classed lifestyle along with his wife, Laxmi, a son, Pappu, and daughter, Pinky. When the National Bank is broken into one night, he gives chase to the robbers, and shoots one of them dead. The dead robber's brother, Kundan, manages to get away with the loot, then tracks down Ranjit and his family, shoots at them, forcing their jeep to fall into the Narbada river, separating the entire family. Ranjit manages to rescue Laxmi, and then apprehends Kundan, has him tried in Court, and sentenced to jail for several years, but is unable to recover the stolen loot. Years later, Kundan gets discharged and is received by his nephew, Chaman. Ranjit is now the Inspector General of Police, and Laxmi still hopes to be reunited with her children. Pappu has been adopted by a bandit named Lakhan Singh, who re-names him Shambhu, and brings him up with his other son, Shankar.
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Paul N (es) wrote: Gritty hard hitting with endless pointless killing. Guy Pearce saves the day, in this strange and bizarre movie.Will quickly be forgotten.
Onkel B (us) wrote: It's not really funny, And it's mostly boring....But a good enough plot with good casting makes for an exceptional 3 stars.
D M (kr) wrote: Pure stupidity - did ANYONE put an ounce of effort into this?
Brandon T (nl) wrote: Best Hallmark movie to date.
Ty P (es) wrote: Nope. I guess the real reason I didn't like this film is because honestly I despised every character in it. Selfish, disrespectful brats who care very little about themselves and everyone else around them. The story appears to have some sort of plot, that any simpleton can follow, which tries to turn itself around at the end by showing a caring, reflective side, but too little too late. If this an indication of the state of youth in the UK, then it's a very sad state indeed.
Nathalie D (ag) wrote: Very good period film about a particular family in the 1950's and what it was like to be a Jew in America in such an anti-semitic time. The acting was great, and the story had many different subplots going along at the same time. Definitely worth a watch.
Jake P (jp) wrote: Pretty bad movie here. Not nearly as good as the original Major League or even the sequel. Just not funny at all and way too much CGI use on the baseballs in this movie.
Masina F (fr) wrote: Um, I love Prince but this was GARBAGE and he knows it.
Alan F (gb) wrote: Very funny at times. The film is a collection of short clips.
Billie (it) wrote: I loved it, I thought it was his best movie and I love the song.
Art S (ag) wrote: I'm a sucker for these Mikio Naruse dramas (or sometimes melodramas) where Japanese people talk incessantly and relationships are carefully observed. I find them somehow relaxing. Often Naruse focuses on women and their attitudes toward each other (or toward the men in their lives); in that regard, he aims for us to identify with the great Setsuko Hara (who died last year at 95) here. She is a patient housewife, managing things for herself and her husband (married four years), but denying her own needs and interests (in true Japanese female fashion). I read somewhere too that Naruse films tend to fixate on money problems and Sudden Rain is no exception. The pivotal event that tips the couple from "kentaiki" (relationship fatigue) into distress is the threat of lay-off for the husband from the cosmetics company where he is a salesman. Actually, he has to choose between resigning with a 100,000 yen bonus (a vast sum in 1950s Japan) or staying on with the risk of getting laid off with no bonus. He contemplates moving back to the small village where he grew up, something which he knows his wife would not want to do. As is typical for Naruse, there is no clear resolution of the issues but, at the film's end, the couple seems resigned to continuing as they are.