Tu Chor Main Sipahi
Thakur Gajendra Singh runs a criminal empire from a small town. The Thakur rules this town, including the police, who only cater to his interests. His town has been known to be the grave-yard of police officers who have dared to oppose him. Inspector Amar Varma accepts the assignment to serve in this town, not knowing that he is not only putting his own life, but the lives of his loved ones also, in the hands of the merciless Thakur.
- Stars:Akshay Kumar, Saif Ali Khan, Tabu, Pratibha Sinha, Anupam Kher, Deven Verma, Amrish Puri, Brahmachari, Usha Nadkarni, Gyan Shivpuri, Ankush Mohite, Narendra Gupta, Rakesh Madhotra, Master Kirti, Harish Patel,
- Director:Guddu Dhanoa,
- Writer:Robin Henry (screenplay), Robin Henry (story), Rumi Jaffery (dialogue)
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Tu Chor Main Sipahi torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: wow...what a beautiful film...best martial arts film I've seen since fearless
(nl) wrote: Fantastic work.....very original....exceptional performances....gr8 work Anurag Kashyap...once again I must say...
(gb) wrote: a good story rather than a good movie
(us) wrote: Straight to video sequel that lost most of the charm and qwirks of the original. The new actor playing Darkman had a beautiful voice but was painfully corny at times. The standout was definitely the journalist (Kim Delaney) and she's in the best moment of the film (you'll know when you see it). The action scenes were far from the quality of the first film but then again, this sequel obviously had a much lower budget. It's a mediocre flick as in very average tv pilot quality, and not painfully bad as the turd, pardon third movie. It's something to see as a curiosity if you liked the first Darkman.
(ag) wrote: This film is itching to be remade given the story is not that bad, but the improvements can easily be made as the let-down here is the very mechanically moving white buffalo which Charles Bronson sets out to kill, and the heavy use of a studio instead of actual 'western' locations is a poor (but cheap) choice by the director.
(nl) wrote: There may be no famous actors but it's a nice warfilm indeed.
(de) wrote: Mean Girls is an intelligent, well-written, and hilarious teen comedy.