Ye Stupid Pyar

Ye Stupid Pyar

Abhishek (Jatin Khurana) back from his high profile MNC job in US for two weeks meets salsa instructor Neha (Noopur Patwardhan) at a gym. It's love at first sight for him. They soon get married and plan to move to America. But Neha emotionally blackmails him into moving to Bangkok instead. Once they reach Bangkok Neha leaves Abhishek for her boyfriend. A heartbroken Abhishek goes on to take help from his college best friend Simran (Akansha Shivhare) to find the run-away bride.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2011
  • Language:Hindi
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:stupid son,  

Abhishek meets Neha while on vacation in Mumbai. Within two weeks, they get married. When they arrive at their new home in Singapore, she disappears. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Ye Stupid Pyar torrent reviews

Jrmie F (ag) wrote: Un film qui porte de bon acteurs mais manque d'ambition.

Rameshwar I (nl) wrote: Sporadically hilarious, highly predictable and consistently inconsistent and silly. Though it touches the right chords occasionally, the end product could have been a lot better than it turned out to be. Zach is perfectly cast who embraces his comfort zone of playing unaware of the fact being dimwitted, his conversation with his father on the boat easily being the best scene of the movie. Cam Brady (Will Ferrell) is an unopposed congressman for 4 consecutive terms who is sleazy, irresponsible and stubborn. The Motch brothers (John Lithgow & Dan Aykroyd) are billionaires who plan to sell of District 14 to China and are looking for a willing candidate to sign the paperwork. They zero-in on Marty Huggins (Zach Galifianakis) a simple, dimwitted tram tourist guide but comes from a political family. When Marty shows up to nominate himself to compete against Cam Brady, the politics turn ugly. The movie is watchable only for Zach's trademark performance making all the silliness around him look practical. There are instances where the script tries to satire on current politics but soon resorts to physical and silly comedy. The climax is too predictable and sappy, they could have thought a lot better than this. The entire script becomes meaningless with one thought as to why Motch brothers didn't go Cam Brady in the first place. Farrell embraces his character as an over-the-top sleazy, foul mouthed politician but nothing worth a mention. The editing and finishing are slick, does get dragging occasionally and finally lacks enough firepower in writing department to make it a wholesome winner. Superb lead performances held back by an underwhelming script

Niall D (it) wrote: The opposite to Quarantine 2 as straight-to-DVD sequels go - a lazy re-tread of the first movie with woeful FX and terrible acting.

Mike C (br) wrote: What if...Rosa Parks drove a car? A pretty cool documentary about people not unlike myself...we are smart enough to do something, but fuck that something when it involves selling out to all the assholes. I'd hang out with most of the attendants in the lot. They are college educated for the most part, and pretty deep thinkers. It's not a normal parking lot as they have a cool boss and want to work for him. But other than that, they can do what they want. Of key importance are a few ideas in the lot. At the top of the list, the owner says his employees are more important than the customers. Think about that: you could go to work and know your back has your back before he takes the side of a customer. Must be fucking amazing. I've actually had some good employers and you can bet your ass those are the ones I worked hardest for. Then there is the customer is always right. This translates to: if you can give us money, we will kiss your ass. Not in the lot. Ha ha they hate the customers for the most part, and as they point out, a guy will roll up in a $50,000 SUV and fudge over a .50 parking fee. Finally, there is the "if you have money you can do whatever you want and still buy." An acquaintance was a waiter (and is now a doctor), and a customer said something pretty racist to him. I think it sad that he couldn't go to his boss and say fuck it, we're not serving her I don't care if she spends a thousand goddamned dollars. In America though, if you have money, you can do what you want. Again, not in the lot. In fact, if you have money they hate you. Presumably because you had to do something awful to get that money. Overall, just some pretty cool guys working a menial job and having some fun with it. But they speak a lot of truths and have some funny stories. Had the production value and message been maybe a little stronger it really could have been Confessions of a Superhero which is a brilliant documentary. But it's still pretty decent and a 7/10.

Stewart H (br) wrote: I thought, how bad can it be? I found out.

John B (fr) wrote: Not the mess some critics make it out to be but very formulaic fantasy movie rather than a horror. It's possible to hate it if you don't like Dracula to be other than an evil monster. The movie misses its chance to emphasise any morally questionable choices as being horrible and so he is almost a super hero. The end almost reminds me of Captain America as he finds himself a man out of time. It's still a fine adventure just not really the character of Dracula.

gustavmarkovic31 (de) wrote: this is a really bad movie. predictable to the last second, foolish acting, terrible jokes, unbelievably stupid plot changes and parts of the storyline which, i have to highlight this, would never, ever, ever in the universe we live in, ever, ever happen. eugine levy fits right in as a unfunny comic, who has made few funny movies. mary-kate and ashley olsen just go psycho with their billions of dollars and make stupid pointless films with no interesting plotlines and the same synopsis: two girls either just discover they're sisters or haven't seen eachother in a while, and try, and always succeed, in accomplishing something amazing or triumphant. extremely boring. and the pathetic car chase scene was cliche and stupid. horrible movie.

F B (ag) wrote: Kareena delivers the foods in nearly every frame. Salacious, tawdry behind the scenes movie star shenanigans. What's not to love.

Orlok W (ag) wrote: The beauty of mournful darkness!!

gary t (fr) wrote: WOW.....WOW.....WOW....WOW....JUST SEEN THIS MOVIE 4 THE 1ST TIME N THINK THAT THIS IS SUCH AN INCREDIBLE MOVIE 2 WATCH.......ITS GOT A GREAT CAST OF ACTORS/ACTRESSESS THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE......I think that Robert redford, meryl streep, Michael kitchen, Klaus maria brandauer, play good roles/parts throughout this movie........I think that this is such a really well written/acted/directed movie 2 watch.......This film quotes the start of the book, "I had a farm in Africa, at the foot of the Ngong Hills" [p. 3], and Karen recites, "He prayeth well that loveth well both man and bird and beast" from The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, which becomes the epitaph inscribed on Finch Hatton's grave marker [p. 370].This film differs significantly from the book, leaving out the devastating locust swarm, some local shootings, and Karen's writings about the German army. The production also downplays the size of her 4,000 acres (16 km2) farm, with 800 Kikuyu workers and an 18-oxen wagon. Scenes show Karen as owning only one dog, but actually, she had two similar dogs named Dawn and Dusk.The film also takes liberties with Denys and Karen's romance. They met at a hunting club, not in the plains. Denys was away from Kenya for two years on military assignment in Egypt, which is not mentioned. Denys took up flying and began to lead safaris after he moved in with Karen. The film also ignores the fact that Karen was pregnant at least once with Finch Hatton's child, but she suffered from miscarriages. Furthermore, Denys was decidedly English, but this fact was downplayed by the hiring of the actor Robert Redford, an inarguably all-American actor who had previously worked with Pollack. When Redford accepted the contract to play, he did so fully intending to play him as an Englishman. This conception was later reversed by the director Sydney Pollack, who thought it would be distracting for the audience. In fact, Redford reportedly had to re-record some of his lines from early takes in the filming, in which he still spoke with a trace of English accent.The title scenes of the film show the main railway, from Mombasa to Nairobi, as travelling through the Kenyan Rift Valley, on the steep back side of the actual Ngong Hills. However, the real railway track is located on the higher, opposite side of the Ngong Hills. The passenger car was actually a small combination office / sleeper that was originally used by supervisors during the building of the Uganda Railway and was the actual car from which a man was taken and killed by a marauding lioness.The film shows Karen reciting from To An Athlete Dying Young at Finch Hatton's funeral but there is no mention of this in the this is such a really powerful drama movie 2 watch, I think that this is such a really sad movie 2 watch.......I think that this is such a powerful drama movie 2 watch, its got such a fantastic cast throughout this movie.....Karen Blixen: (Voiceover) I had a farm in Africa at the foot of the Ngong Hills. The Equator runs across these highlands, a hundred miles to the north, and the farm lay at an altitude of over six thousand feet. In the daytime you felt that you had got high up; near to the sun, but the early mornings and evenings were limpid and restful, and the nights were cold.Out of Africa has received mixed reviews from critics, where today the film currently holds a 52% "rotten" rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 42 reviews with the consensus: "Though lensed with stunning cinematography and featuring a pair of winning performances from Meryl Streep and Robert Redford, Out of Africa suffers from excessive length and glacial pacing." Out of Africa along with The Greatest Show on Earth, Cimarron, and Cavalcade remain to be the only Best Picture Oscar winners to have "rotten" (below 60%) scores on Rotten Tomatoesits got a good soundtrack throughout this this is such a fantastic drama movie 2 watch, it is such a great romantic drama movie 2 watch with a great cast throughout this movie.......

Katie R (ca) wrote: The cast is good, but not good enough to save the movie from the dull story. That is, however, until Hedy Lamarr comes in (almost an hour into the movie) and completely sets the screen on fire.

Ravi N (au) wrote: Brilliant and still awesome after 30 years

Orlok W (ru) wrote: Dr Phibes' return isn't quite as good as it was first time round--Even second-rate Phibes is better than most first-rate "shockers"!!

Steve G (es) wrote: Nam flashbacks are the worst subplot of any movie. Nothing is more cliche. Rather phony. Didn't make a lot of sense. Some decent scares, though.

Tyler R (ru) wrote: It had a unique idea for a movie and was actually very violent and gritty. However the plot was very slow and nothing much happened and it was very predictable.

Timothy J (br) wrote: Not nearly as good as the original.