Born with a silver spoon in his mouth, and a peg of brandy instead of a glass milk, Vicky Kapoor, the only son of multi-millionaire industrialist, Amarnath, grows up to be an alcoholic, albeit with a good heart. Amarnath has detached himself completely from Vicky s life, and provides him money in lieu of affection and care, living this to be taken care off by Munshi Phoolchand. Vicky is very resentful of being ignored by his dad in this manner, and leaves no stone unturned to mock and belittle him at every available opportunity. Amarnath hopes to get his son married, but Vicky loves the daughter of a poor blind man, Meena, which is not acceptable to Amarnath. One day Amarnath decides he has had enough and decides to turn Vicky out of his house. He has him sign waivers, and asks him to get out, which Vicky does so. While Vicky is relieved of being freed from his dad s control, the question remains that with no skills at making a living, how is Vicky to survive in a cold-hearted world
Loosely based on Dudley Moore's 'Arthur'. Amithabh plays a spoilt but generous hearted drunk son of an extremely rich and uncaring father. Om Prakash plays the surrogate father and Jaya ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Madhu K (de) wrote: A simple and beautiful plot. Nice story. Excellent background music, loved the song too.... wanted to see more :) wish there is a sequel.
Peter R (gb) wrote: This one I really liked. The quality of the cameras, and the "polished" aspect of the acting did lack some, but also added a certain appeal and realness to the picture. I stayed engaged during the movie, and was touched by some of the portrayals of the theme and social underpinning of this movie. I look forward to more pictures by this writer.
Andrew C (au) wrote: An icky but interesting subject handled with delicacy. But as much as sensationalism sucks, it's unfortunately more entertaining than the often bland truths displayed here.
James C (au) wrote: not freaken interested
Anil S (mx) wrote: I love the whole thing as a movie....cuz 1. Mahesh Babu is in it...enough said2. He has an awsome heroine in this movie3. Almost every1 of this guys movies r beast...=D
Anna H (au) wrote: I enjoyed this film even though it's a tad weird! It had a great cast.. Amber rocks, Stephen from Laguna looked damn good... haha. It was more enjoyable than Havoc 1 and completely different (no ghetto kids in this one).
Private U (mx) wrote: I'm not into the whole drag thang, but something about this movie really caught my attention. The angst of the two main characters was extremely moving.