Set in modern day India, Swades is a film that tackles the issues that development throws up on a grass root level. It is to this India, which is colorful, heterogeneous and complex that Mohan Bhargava (Shah Rukh Khan), a bright young scientist working as a project manager in NASA, returns on a quest to find his childhood nanny.
- Stars:Shah Rukh Khan, Gayatri Joshi, Kishori Balal, Smith Seth, Lekh Tandon, Rajesh Vivek, Daya Shankar Pandey, Farrukh Jaffar, Vishnudutt Gaur, Raja Awasthi, Vishwa S. Badola, Bhim Vakani, Rahul Vohra, Rajesh Balwani, Bachan Pachehra,
- Director:Ashutosh Gowariker,
- Writer:M.G. Sathya (story), Ashutosh Gowariker (story), Ashutosh Gowariker (screenplay), Sameer Sharma (screenplay), Lalit Marathe (screenplay), Amin Hajee (
A successful Indian scientist returns to an Indian village to take his nanny to America with him and in the process rediscovers his roots. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Swades torrent reviews
(br) wrote: I would say this is one of Jake Gyllenhaal's best movies. It shows how corrupt the human spirit can become. It also shows a moral weakness in the way our society is set up. It's a fun and thought-provoking film.
(au) wrote: When did Matthew Broderick settle in to sad sack roles? I guess he?s been playing these for a while, but he was great in Glory and was supposed to be the iconic ?cool kid? in Ferris Bueller. But I guess it?s because he?s been great in movies like Election (great movie, of course), The Night We Never Met (unsung gem), Addicted to Love (another unsung gem), and The Producers (I guess not sad sack, but kind of). He so understated in other roles that it?s either great acting or empty writing. This movie has an interesting storyline and funny situations, but it plays out a little tepid.Broderick is great and the girl is also pretty good. But the movie seems like it borders on slapstick when it is wholly rooted on real world humor. Still, it is entertaining enough with good humorous spots, but never really carries over the mood. It?s worth a watch, as it?s still better than 75% of the comedies out there. And Broderick just does this role better than just about everyone. But can you imagine him in a movie role like Moon (though Rockwell was perfect for that role)? I can see him in it, and not being bad at it. Give him a chance.
(gb) wrote: I was quite impressed with this Indy film. The story was engaging, the plot was gripping, and the characters were convincing. The process of watching four strangers succumb to greed, as well as the elements, allowed me feel the bitterness of winter and the cost of covetousness. For all these reasons and more I highly recommend viewing this film.
(br) wrote: melodramatic film about living in addiction as seen from a starry-eyed place of recovery.. lacks pace, but i'd like to read the poem it is based on.
(es) wrote: This is pretty funny....A real doc about pimps!! Bitch better have my money!
(us) wrote: Look up the word "Charming" in the dictionary and there will be a picture of Goldie Hawn floating on the bank of the Seine.
(jp) wrote: Screwball mode Coen Brothers that is stylish, zany and playful and features one of Nic Cage's few genuinely good performances. But it's Holly Hunter who is electric here, stealing every moment with conviction and perfect comic timing.
(br) wrote: A good although over the top spoof of Hollywood. It has mild humour throughout and is an enjoyable watch.
(nl) wrote: More immediate and polished than it's predecessor, the second cinematic outing for the crew of the Enterprise trades the epic scale and slow-burning mystery of the first film for an intensely personal story focused around a battle of wits with Star Trek's most famous villain; the climatic battle against him in the style of submarine warfare is especially thrilling. Some potentially interesting supporting characters are sadly underdeveloped and while Montalban is compelling he is rather pantomime, but the film's true pivot is around the central relationship between Kirk and Spock, and in this respect it is their finest hour and their most moving voyage.
(gb) wrote: It's not very funny at all...
(ca) wrote: Don't you have any happy childhood memories of Sylvester Stallone, action hero? Do you think Get Carter was his finest work? Do you miss the buddy cop flick? Then i got a mindless actioner for you! Based on a graphic novel helps excuse the poor dialog and cliched plot. But it could have been a lot worse and it doesn't hurt my brain the way say the Fast franchise does. I bet this would have been a huge hit in the late 90's but the Rob Schneider would have been the co star, and we've been there done that
(au) wrote: Classic 80's soft porn. This movie's really only good for the boobies.