Tera Jadoo Chal Gayaa
When ad agency executive Pooja (Kirti Reddy) attends a wedding and meets lovable but broke Kabir (Abhishek Bachchan), it's love at first sight -- but only for Kabir. Pooja heads back to her fast-track life and gets in dutch with the head honcho for prolonging her vacation. To save her job, a co-worker explains Pooja's delay with a phony story about her engagement to Kabir, and all's well till she meets her dream man: the boss' son (Sanjay Suri).
- Stars:Abhishek Bachchan, Kirti Reddy, Sanjay Suri, Kader Khan, Paresh Rawal, Johnny Lever, Tiku Talsania, Farida Jalal, Himani Shivpuri, Satish Kaushik, Asrani, Zohra Segal, Shammi, Kanu Gill, Mahavir Shah,
- Director:A. Muthu,
- Writer:Ikram Akhtar (dialogue), Ikram Akhtar (screenplay), Ikram Akhtar (story), Robin Bhatt (screenplay), K.V. Shankar (dialogue), Javed Siddiqui (dialogue)
On a visit to scenic Agra, Pooja meets with a reknown artist, Kabir. Kabir is instantly attracted to Pooja, and thinks that Pooja is also attracted to him. But Pooja is only attracted by ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tera Jadoo Chal Gayaa torrent reviews
(it) wrote: If only all the other senses could cry..Devi paradise wud've been flooded by now..To quote SRK frm Ra1 "Aiyo Aiyo!!"@shruti hassan-Ur father's acting talent's lost..Pls Genetical Engineer that.
(br) wrote: Saw this on Showtime, Hefner probably has been done more good things for this country than all teabaggers running for President.
(ca) wrote: love it great job Warner brothers
(it) wrote: The first Dennis the Menace movie was enough. They didn't need a sequel. We can all assume after that movie ended Dennis continued to be a Menace. A follow up film is not needed.
(gb) wrote: I Youtubed some clips of Tim Robbins and John Cusak dancing and watched parts of Chicken and Waffle rap commercial. I am no longer interested in this movie.
(br) wrote: Film noioso e sconclusionato, e' frammentario come l'opera di Petronius, ma non per questo la trasposizione al cinema deve essere altrettanto frammentaria.Indubbiamente si possono vedere dei tratti tipici dei film di Fellini, come i personaggi dall'aspetto e dalle movenze particolari, cosi come alcune scenografie ricche di colori.Rimango comunque dell'idea che un film deve mandare un messaggio allo spettatore, ma non per forza questo messaggio deve essere incomprensibile ai piu' per essere considerato di alto livello.Fellini ha provato ad innovare e a sperimentare, ma secondo me ha toppato, creando un film non adatto ad un pubblico cinematografico.
(gb) wrote: I didn't really care much about the story... I think the highlight of this film was watching Judy Garland sing "I wish I were in love again" with Mickey Rooney... When Judy Garland appeared it changed the whole tone of the film and she lights up the screen... It was nice seeing her perform with Mickey Rooney again. Even Mickey's character changes to a more "happy place" when you see it with Judy Garland... Then of course Judy sings another number by herself and again she lights up the movie... Another thing I loved was seeing her interact with Tom Drake (her lead male role from meet me in St. Louis) it was awfully nice seeing them together again...
(mx) wrote: Bela Lugosi plays an old man who has lost his wife in a car crash and is trying his best to get on with things. Unfortunately it is not to be, Bela keeps seeing what he thinks is his dead wife outside the window every night and people in the mansion start dieing from be strangled by a murderer who is revealed right at the start of the movie... There is no way I could possible spoil the movie for anyone, even if it didn't tell you that it was Bela Lugosi doing the murders at the start you would because well, it's what Lugosi does. It also very blatant that Bela is also not aware he is behaving badly because he goes into some sort of zombie trance every time his catches a glimpse of his hot wife out the window. I find it such a waste of a fine actor when they make him walk round the house with both his arms raised in front of him in such a stereotypical way. There was one scene which was absolute magic in this feature, every morning the residence of the mansion wake up to discover that someone has been murdered but this time the painting of Lugosi's wife has been vandalised, obviously he is unaware it was himself that committed the atrocity because of the trance he enters at night. When he comes down the stairs in morning with everyone else he sees the painting and the look on his face is very upsetting to see, he is absolutely devastated but consoles himself and checks the house to see if everyone else is ok.
(es) wrote: This was a good historical drama, I didn't know much about Catherine before, but this movie didn't tell me everything I wanted to know. It only covers her youth and the time she marries into the Russian royalty, but we don't get to see how she handles the country as the new empress. It was slightly better than I expected, but it let me down in the end.
(ca) wrote: Had my heart racing!
(fr) wrote: Great classic movie. Go Herbie!