Waisa Bhi Hota Hai Part II

Waisa Bhi Hota Hai Part II

Waisa Bhi Hota Hai Part II (Hindi: वैसा भी होता है, English: It Happens That Way Too) is a 2003 Indian movie starring Arshad Warsi. Shashanka Ghosh, the creative driver behind the launch of MTV and Channel V in India, marks his debut as a director with this film.[1] Running in many parallel threads, it is in equal parts a comedy, satire, crime, and a Hindi masala film. The film is most famous for its songs "Allah ke Bande" performed by Kailash Kher and "Sajna Aa Bhi Jaa" performed by Shibani Kashyap.

After being asked to leave by his Policewoman fiancee, Agni Sinha (Sandhya Mridul), Punit Sanyal (Arshad Warsi) is lying drunk on a street bench in Bombay, when he comes across a wounded ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Waisa Bhi Hota Hai Part II torrent reviews

Michael R (ag) wrote: Sober, melancholic drama covers familiar ground (marriage on the rocks, infidelity, estranged father-son relationship, etc.), but is very well made, and the two leads are excellent. Great use of Prague locations as well.

Eliabeth S (mx) wrote: Not really a fan. Too much brooding, couldn't get into the characters, trying too hard, etc.

valentin g (ru) wrote: Fun, fresh, unpredictable!It has some problems with the acting, that at times it just feels... overactedAnd the effects, they could have been better, not to say the sound effects.Buy the story compensates everything with every single funny unpreditable twist.

Brendan S (fr) wrote: Not good and Stewart looks like a dude

Daud R (br) wrote: This is a really good movie, seriously. I've watched it many times, and still, don't get bored of it. Everything is just set in the right place. The characters are really good and in sync. Worthy.

Vishal U (gb) wrote: Well worth your money and time.

Alastair B (fr) wrote: Everyday the hotel had a new film. And this one was so good i couldn't even remember i'd seen it before.

stefano l (it) wrote: Partito con qualche scetticismo...mi sembrava un cinepanettone 15 anni prima. Ho dovuto ricredermi, anche se non mi immaginavo che potesse trasformarsi in qualcosa di serio.

Josh T (us) wrote: Compared to the two-part Dark Knight Returns and the more emotionally complex Under the Red Hood, this is just a placeholder, yet another retelling of Batman's origin. We get more Jim Gordon, which gives some fresh material, but as a whole, it remains little more than a setup story. While the comic may have had an impact, this adaptation, while well done, does not.

Cody C (de) wrote: A miss. And I love Neil Hamburger and Heidecker and John C. Reilly. And I loved The Comedy. But this just doesn't really work. Something feels off. The scenes are very same-y. And it's like it doesn't have nearly as much to say as The Comedy did.

Jeffrey M (mx) wrote: Crap. Cheap imitation Top Gun.