Ugly Aur Pagli
It is a story of Kabir, a carefree guy who has been studying engineering for the last ten years now, whose life goes for a sixer when he meets the quirky and kinky Kuhu. Kabir always wanted a girl to love but he never in his wildest dreams thought he would encounter a girl who could make him dance around circles, run around naked, ride cycles without seats, wear high heels, and many other things
- Stars:Mallika Sherawat, Ranvir Shorey, Bharati Achrekar, Zeenat Aman, Tinnu Anand, Sapna Bhavnani, Bharat Ganeshpure, Gaurav Kapoor, Vishal Malhotra, Sushmita Mukherjee, Vihang Nayak, Payal Rohatgi, Sayaji Shinde,
- Director:Sachin Kamlakar Khot,
- Writer:Anil Pandey (story and screenplay), Amitabh Verma (lyrics), Suparn Verma (additional screenplay & dialogue)
An Engineering student's life changes drastically after the entry of an alcoholic and spunky woman. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ugly Aur Pagli torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: My most dearest Saw movie, but definitely not the best.
(ca) wrote: First won was enough. Is Hercules and Andromeda that bad you have to do sequels
(jp) wrote: The best political documentary on and about the current dire situation in the USA! Think there's democracy, think again.
(ag) wrote: This is a fantastic start to the captain america series, it has a great storyline and plenty of action. Its easy to follow and whilst the villain looks ridiculous and is very generic its an entertaining watch. My favourite of all the avengers is born.
(it) wrote: A simple but effective crowd pleaser from master of this medium Cameron Crowe.As cliche as the film is & at times isn't it is definitely pulls on the heart strings & fights hard for romance.Orlando is so so & Dunst adds flair but too me the stand out by far was the sound track that I'm sure was aided by Cameron Crowe.
(us) wrote: "La jeune fille et la mort"
(gb) wrote: Amazing for his stand up skills and immaculate impressions of Bill Cosby and Richard Pryor, Eddie Murphy is undoubtable his funniest in his concert Raw.
(kr) wrote: By the late 80's the horror genre was in a bit of a downfall after the slasher boom that preceded it. We still got a few classics towards the end of the decade and one of the best was Clive Barker's Hellraiser. Adapted from his own novel, The Hellbound Heart, this low budget shocker never enjoyed the mainstream success that fellow franchises like Halloween and Friday the 13th saw for very obvious reasons. Hellraiser is an extremely gruesome film with some truly haunting imagery, but it's also smart enough to build a good story around all the gore. It works as a horror film, a dysfunctional family drama and a sadomasochist nightmare all rolled into one. There are plenty of nasty moments (even by today's standards), but the film also has some wonderful cinematography, strong performances, a terrific score, and, obviously, introduced us to one of the genre's most memorable villains in Pinhead. Clive Barker created a horrific work of art with Hellraiser, and perhaps the best compliment one can say is that all these years later there's still absolutely nothing else like it.
(ru) wrote: This movie was truly one of the better horror films released today...a sick and depraved movie...i loved it!