Woh Tera Naam Tha

Woh Tera Naam Tha

Orphaned at a very young age, Badruddin alias Badru was taken in by the kind-hearted Ustad Samad Khan, a once popular singer in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. During one of his shows, Samad found ...

Orphaned at a very young age, Badruddin alias Badru was taken in by the kind-hearted Ustad Samad Khan, a once popular singer in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. During one of his shows, Samad found ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Aaron S (ag) wrote: I couldn't get past the horrendous acting in this movie to see if it got any better. 20 minutes in I gave up. I just couldn't take it anymore. Unwatchable!

Adam U (ru) wrote: Amy Adams, Liz Hurley . Terry Crews all made the movie very likeable

daniel t (gb) wrote: fucking excellent film i could watch this again and again

Damion B (br) wrote: One of the films that showed Billy Crudup is such an underrated actor.

Victoria (au) wrote: My friend sang "Any dream can b" 4 an audition, and got a duet with her sister in a play we did 6 year's ago called angel's among u.

Lorna G (es) wrote: one of his best films to date

Joshua C (ag) wrote: This movie makes House Party 4 seems like House Party 16

Joanof A (ag) wrote: the story is about the FedEx deliverer played by tom hanks whose about to marry his fiance but unfortunately the plane crashed.. and hanks survived.. in the island he had his companion named Wilson (a volleyball).. he talked to the ball and he treated wilson as a person. amazing story. the whole story focuses on hanks survival on the deserted island. He finds something to eat, like a caveman to create fire and basically he works for his survival. my fave part was when wilson fell into the ocean and hanks try his very best to save his imaginary friend. whole movie is worth the time to watch

bernard a (mx) wrote: I have to admit that I had a strong bias for the original 1931 version of WATERLOO BRIDGE, a true classic of the pre-code era, prior to watching this remake. I just didn't have very high expectations for this. It turns out that, no - I still don't think it's as great as the original - but it's also not as bad as I thought it would be. The key for my enjoyment of this film revolves around the main character of Myra (Vivien Leigh), a ballerina dancer. It is WWI era London and during an air raid alert - Myra meets a soldier, Captain Roy Cronin (Robert Taylor). Cronin is immediately smitten with Myra's beauty and he goes out of his way to try to meet up with her again. Myra too is intrigued by the handsome Captain and agrees to see him despite warnings not to do so by Madame Olga (Maria Ouspenskaya), the head of Myra's ballet troupe. They have a sort of whirlwind fling because the Captain is scheduled to be shipped out to war within the next day or two. The next morning Myra espies the Captain standing just outside her rain-streaked window and she becomes as giddy as a school girl...so much so that Myra's roommate, Kitty (Virginia Field) has to help her dress. Some of the better romantic moments happen in this first part of the film. * WARNING: POSSIBLE SPOILERS AHEAD * My problem with this remake comes to the fore during the next third of the film. Myra, having disobeyed Madam Olga's order not to see the soldier, is summarily dismissed from the troupe. Having come to Myra's defense, Kitty too is fired by Madam Olga. What happens next is what stretches your plausibility threshold. Kitty, then Myra having lost their primary source of income all of a sudden have to resort to streetwalking in order to support themselves. At least in the 1931 original, both Myra & Kitty (if I remember correctly) were already streetwalkers. So this fall from grace - especially by the virginal Myra seems a bit too much to swallow IMO. ...and then the scene when Myra meets Captain Roy's mother, the Lady Margaret (Lucile Watson) at a restaurant. What is left unsaid during the dialogue between the two bothers me somewhat...but I suppose it can be explained as creating "drama". Also, since I knew how the original ended also blunted my enjoyment somewhat for the ending here. What else is there to say - other than Vivien Leigh was a very beautiful actress and she looked so young here. I couldn't help myself from just staring at her. 8 / 10

Bob M (au) wrote: Pretty good telling of a heartbreaking story and a community overcoming an incredible loss. Playing thru the hurt and pain of life is the only way to rediscover happiness and success.

Jason C (it) wrote: If you haven't read about this movie, don't, go into it not knowing, it will be that much more enjoyable. I didn't know a whole lot but still would have loved to have known nothing going in. It will be a fun watch and that is all I will say.