Bisma belongs to a rich family. She meets Faraz and falls for him. He is from a middle class family. Bima's mother is against this marriage. But love triumphs for the moment. After marriage... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bisma belongs to a rich family. She meets Faraz and falls for him. He is from a middle class family. Bima's mother is against this marriage. But love triumphs for the moment. After marriage...
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Juyeop S (ag) wrote: very interested drama...
Erik H (ru) wrote: the vibe was like "animal kingdom," a flick i really enjoyed. it's hazy and gritty and emotional and tough to watch sometimes. it was also very difficult to follow. it took a fair amount of reading after the fact (and during the fact) to figure out who was who and why they were doing what they were doing. ultimately, the finer details didn't really matter that much since the outcome was the same-we were witnessing murders being committed. so yeah, if it was told in a more straightforward way instead of relying on tons of implied clues via very rapid dialogue, it'd be a masterpiece. i read that the filmmakers assumed you had a basic knowledge of the case, which makes sense, but doesn't help a ton in my case when i wanna go in with zero knowledge and be shocked. good film though, no denying that.
Becky M (au) wrote: absolutely L.O.V.E this fiiiiiiiilm
Shehra A (nl) wrote: I was impressed with this work. The overall 'message', which seems to be 'enjoy the benefits of capitalism, but in moderation', is probably the right message for the current turbulent times.
Ui B (nl) wrote: Great movie! not exactly like the real thing, but a great presentation! VERY COOL!!!
Rodolfo R (fr) wrote: Approximately 65 minutes into the picture, Steve McQueen takes off his shirt. He looks really hot in a tanktop. And that's the high point of the picture. If you like girls instead of boys, Gina Lollobrigida has a scene in a bathtub. This is McQueen's second movie (after [i]The Blob[/i]) and the first of three he made with John Sturges featuring Charles Bronson. Those other two pictures happen to be [i]The Great Escape[/i] and [i]The Magnificent Seven[/i] and this cast includes Frank Sinatra, Paul Henreid, Peter Lawford and Dean Jones in addition to Bronson, Lollobrigida McQueen. But don't let those facts mislead you. [i]Never So Few[/i] is one boring-ass movie. I know that there's a plot here, I just don't remember what it is. Some sort of military maneuver needs to take place, a fact that is established in the first ten minutes. Fifty-five minutes pass and McQueen takes his shirt off. Thirty-five minutes later, the maneuver takes place over the remaining 20 minutes of the film. That leaves about 90 minutes of filler. Sure, stuff happens. Sinatra romances Lollobrigida. Sinatra stands up for the rights of somebody. Jones learnes a lesson of racial tolerance from Native American Bronson. Sinatra stands up for the rights of somebody else. I have to admit that my attempt to figure out what the hell Paul Henreid was trying to accomplish with his French/Greek/German accent was diverting, but ultimately I gave up and stopped caring. Only for completionists or those who found that you can buy The Essential Steve McQueen Collection ([i]Bullitt, The Getaway, Papillon, The Cincinnati Kid, Tom Horn, Never So Few[/i]) for the same price as any three of the films individually. Nerts.
Jeff B (it) wrote: The first and best of the monster mash-ups, Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man boasts Bela Lugosi in his only turn as the monster made famous by his professional nemesis Boris Karloff. Sporting the best bad B-Movie Frankenstein title until Hammer Studios brought to life Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell in the 70s, the film remains a showcase for the two stars--monsters AND actors. As a direct sequel to The Wolf Man and Ghost of Frankenstein, the results remain dodgy. As a battle royale with cheese, however, the far-from-dusty dust-ups always equal fun. In this unrated continuation of the Universal franchise, Larry Talbot (Chaney) leaves Britain in search of a cure for the curse that causes him to transform into a werewolf with every full moon, going to the remains of Frankenstein's castle where he hopes to find there the scientific notes of Dr. Ludwig Frankenstein but inadvertently finds his daughter (Ilona Massey) and the monster (Lugosi).The film puts nearly impossibly tasked screenwriter Curt Siodmak through the nearly impossible paces of pitting two legendary characters together in a somewhat believable manner in an unbelievable world of gods and monsters. His ploy works (add Talbot chips the monster from the ice to the synopsis above), but despite a career that began at Universal with The Invisible Man Returns and continued with Son of Dracula and House of Frankenstein The Wolf Man remains his screenwriting high point.Bottom line: Fast and Furry-ous
Ashley H (nl) wrote: Sisters from a wealthy family (named Stanley and Roy!) become estranged when rascally Stanley runs off with Roy's surgeon husband; Roy rebounds after meeting a smitten attorney, but Stanley's erratic behavior spells doom. John Huston-directed yarn seems to be a cautionary tale about playing with fire, and it isn't whole lot of fun. 'Bad' Bette Davis bats her eyes and prisses her mouth, but can't really come up with a convincing character; Olivia de Havilland is much more attuned to this soapy material, and she has funny exchange with Hattie McDaniel near the beginning. Disappointing film hasn't held up, is interesting for its cast and director, who does decent but simple work.
Gabriel C (us) wrote: Unfunny, unpleasant and unwatchable.