'Wazir' is a tale of two unlikely friends, a wheelchair-bound chess grandmaster and a brave ATS officer. Brought together by grief and a strange twist of fate, the two men decide to help each other win the biggest games of their lives. But there's a mysterious, dangerous opponent lurking in the shadows, who is all set to checkmate them.

A grief-stricken cop (Farhan Akhtar) and amputee grandmaster (Amitabh Bachchan) are brought together by a peculiar twist of fate. There's a mysterious and dangerous opponent lurking in the shadows, who is all set to checkmate them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Wazir torrent reviews

Dave D (de) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie, despite some shocking and depressing parts. I'd recommend it.

Matthew P (gb) wrote: A very informative Documentary into Mercenaries a.k.a PCM (Private Military Contractors) operating in Iraq.

Simon W (gb) wrote: I watched this movie because Chris Jericho was in it, and Sci-fi Channel movies are cheesy goodness. Chris Jericho was in it for 5 minutes and had no lines, and this movie was just lame. It didn't even hold my attention.

Anna N (ag) wrote: Not interested. I generally avoid horror movies.

Jeff B (mx) wrote: Fresh and funny. Good directing and a great cast make this sparkle.

(gb) wrote: A funny and one heck of a classic movie.

Mark W (ca) wrote: An original - if slightly convoluted - plot is supported by some crisp bava-esque cinematography and mysterious sequences.

Matthew D (jp) wrote: Hitchcock returns to England for one of his most lived-in movies, gone are the well-to-do middle classes or landed gentry of many a past production to the working class world of his early movies (and his own roots). Instead we have a positively grimy London with a grisly killer on the loose, where the Hitchcock takes 'the wrong man' plot out for one last spin and takes it to the logical extreme of where it can go. On the way he peppers the proceedings with his trademark humour and there is a nice undercurrent that captures the antagonism of the time between the elder generation that grew up in his heyday of the 40's and 50's and the new 'debauched' generation of the 70's, although it's clear which side he favours. It remains amazing how much sympathy Hitchcock can elicit for such unlikeable characters, even his most repugnant villain at one point, although the protagonist is dislikeable almost to the point of losing all support.

Mohammed A (br) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Lewis G (mx) wrote: 5 star movie. Buena pelicula muy inspiradora