Tere Bin Laden
Ali Hassan (Ali Zafar), a reporter with a downmarket TV channel in Karachi, is keen to go to USA for a better life, but his visa has been refused six times in seven years. In desperation, he gets hold of an Osama Bin Laden look alike and makes a fake Osama tape which he sells to the owner of his channel to raise money for a false identity, a new passport and better luck with US visa. As one can expect, it is far from smooth sailing for him and his friends, as they get into a series of comic situations.
- Stars:Ali Zafar, Pradhuman Singh, Piyush Mishra, Nikhil Ratnaparkhi, Chirag Vohra, Sugandha Garg, Rahul Singh, Chinmay Mandlekar, Rajendra Sethi, Seema Bhargava, Barry John, Masood Akhtar, Indivar Bhatia, Akash Dhar, Armen Grayg,
- Director:Abhishek Sharma,
- Writer:Mohammad Ahmad (dialogue), Abhishek Sharma (story & screenplay)
A Pakistani news reporter concocts a novel video in a desperate bid to immigrate to the United States of America. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tere Bin Laden torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: A visually stunning achievement with a touching bond at the center of two civilizations. A truly original story line, which are few and far between these days.
(br) wrote: I grew up reading these books to my little sister and I must say the film captures the spirit of the books quite well. Light, charming, and entertaining with a likeable cast- a simple but highly effective family movie.
(au) wrote: A very intriguing thriller.
(us) wrote: Some well worked scenes of tension and a constant mood sit this more as a studio work than a cheap and nasty horror film. It's unsuprising then that director Victor Salva went on the make the likes of Powder and Jeepers Creepers. But beyond these positives there is little of merit. Poor performances and some very underwhelming action set pieces.
(kr) wrote: Pretty terrible, but has the appeal of being sooo 80's. Kinda hilarious the "hunks" in this are Jeff Goldblum and Jim Carrey, lol.
(ru) wrote: I never did see "Melvin and Howard" before tonight, I guess no one inherited me this movie based on a true story about a Nevada hard-luck man named Melvin Dummar who gives Howard Hughes a ride one night in 67 and ends up being a beneficiary in a Hughes will. Talk about your real life "Help me Howard" story! Anyways, this flick ended up winning 2 Oscars, one for Mary Steenburgen for Best Supporting Actress and one for Best Original Screenplay. I am not so sure they were deserving of Oscars. However, I thought Jason Robards was brilliant as Hughes and was very worthy of his Best Supporting Actor nomination!
(us) wrote: a fine example of how far we have come, how much we have lost in our evolution in technology and good old movie quality!!!
(kr) wrote: Jean Renoir's film is a magnificent piece, and while it may not be a film that sticks close to one's heart as some of the other masterpieces of cinema do (since the film is about a society, and not about any particular characters), the film is still an astonishing achievement technically and thematically.
(fr) wrote: Thursday, January 3, 2013 (2011) Assassination Games ACTION Decent straight to rental flick starring Jean-Claude Van Damme as hired assassin hired to take out a particular person only to be botched as a result of colliding with someone else wanting to do the same thing. Of course, they eventually work out their differences and work together. It's obviously a low budget different version of the Jason Bourne movies. 2.5 out of 4