School-teacher Indu lives a middle-class lifestyle along with her widower and unemployed dad, Moolchand Chabbe. They rent the upper floor of the building and her dad makes it his duty to prevent anyone from occupying the lower floor so as not to tamper with the flow of the municipal water pipe-line. Ravi Shankar Chaube, a Poet and an Engineer by profession succeeds in renting the lower floor, impresses Indu so much so that she falls in love with him, and with Moolchand's conditional blessing that he live with them as a Ghar Jamai, both get married. Indu quits her job, and after sometime they become parents of a boy and name him Ashoo. Four years later differences surface as Moolchand spends a lot of Ravi's hard-earned money gambling.
- Stars:Rajendra Kumar, Kamini Kadam, Sajjan, Kusum Thakur, Yashodra Katju, Lal Bahadur, Radhakrishan, Ashwani, Aruna Irani, Daisy Irani, Malika, Moolchand,
- Director:Mahesh Kaul,
- Writer:Mukhram Sharma
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(gb) wrote: A good reminding movie about the history of HK. Great acting from both stars Simon Yam and Sandra Ng, however, some of the scenes were not real enough though. Good story, good filming, great editing. The only drawback was the background scene and decoration... most of them were too fake... just not real enough, otherwise, could be a great movie, yet indeed, still a good one.
(es) wrote: it would take Where the Wild things Are to finally understand the child psyche.
(it) wrote: This is a sexy, fun, trashy and sweet movie. I've watched it a couple times now because the dancing on the bar scenes are kinda awesome -although as a former bartender seeing the girls work also just makes me feel exhausted. I remember those endless busy nights, pasting a smile on and going home with the sunrise too well. Anyways, I enjoyed Violet (Piper Perabo) here, especially the relationship she has with her dad (John Goodman) The romance angle is kinda meh as is the whole (inherited) struggling to become a songwriter with stage fright in NY. Still one of those guilty pleasure movies people don't admit to watching. 12.30.13 (3)"A songwriter tries to make it in NY. When the industry doors slam in her face, she takes a job in a rowdy bar where female bartenders whip the crowd into a frenzy with sexy shenanigans."
(us) wrote: A really good story about friendship.
(jp) wrote: Decent thriller with moments of black humour.
(mx) wrote: "We can't have sex every day. That's why work was invented." Fantastic.
(de) wrote: I wept like a child! Such an emotional film!