Jaidev Anand is a celebrity, and lives a fairly isolated life. One day he comes to the rescue of a young woman, Vandana Acharya, and falls in love with her. Vandana respects him, but falls in love with another man, Abhimanyu. This news shatters Jaidev, but he decides not to tell Vandana anything. Then the jeep in which Abhimanyu and Vandana were traveling is attacked by an assailant named D.K., and as a result Abhimanyu gets killed. Jaidev is sorry for Vandana, but gets his hopes up enough to propose to her, and to his joy, she accepts. The plans are on for an early marriage, but before that could happen Vandana meets a single mother, Gayetri, and her son. It is then she finds out that Jaidev is already married, and also has a son. What possible reason could Jaidev have for not sharing this information with Vandana?
Writer:Sachin Bhowmick (screenplay), Sameer (lyrics), Anand S. Vardhan (dialogue)
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Andrew C (br) wrote: Not a bad end of the world movie, but I've seen the same concept done much better in other movies. The beginning was pretty cool, but then the middle was kind of "eh" and the ending was so-so.I have to assume that the middle part was done in a way to try and make the viewer feel the same craziness that the infected people were going through, but it really didn't. It was more like me just sitting there waiting for it to go back to being as cool as the first part. Sadly it did not and it dragged on for what felt like forever, even drinking with friends can't save this one.
Dalvin T (nl) wrote: A lot of awesome fighting scene
Dan K (ca) wrote: An amazing debut that really makes you think.
Cain L (ag) wrote: It is Diehard on a boat, but the action scenes, and Tommy lee Jones and Gary Busey performances make it work.
Bog Man (au) wrote: I give it extra points for weird. Some bits are pretty cool, but a lot of it is just more gross than scary.
Stuart S (ca) wrote: Low budget but quite funny film roddy piper is the boyo
RajanSatish P (jp) wrote: Great Actors but not a great movie ,but good
Li K (nl) wrote: I didn't remember most of this movie. It was soooooo 70s that it's hard to take it seriously. But still somehow the ending of this one makes me sadder than the ending of the last one. The killing of a few specific good people (or apes rather) and an entirely innocent ape baby feels worse than the destruction of the whole world. Logic
Carlton R (mx) wrote: A delightful classic, great suspense story,Just a wonderful thriller from beginning to end, Just wish the house and Island were real, Enjoy this classic that is very Hitchock in many ways.
Kyle B (ag) wrote: An interesting unexpected thriller with great performances from Richard Gere, Brit Marling, and Susan Sarandon
Private U (es) wrote: It is unfortunate that they left so much out of this movie making a movie on the sequel virtual impossible; however, despite being a "book is better than movie" elitest by default, I really did like this movie. I thought the effects were well done. I loved Sienna Guillory as Arya and Jeremy Irons as Brom those two parts were exceptionally well casted IMO.
stefano l (kr) wrote: I totally agree with what a friend of mine wrote: more interesting for understanding the historical period than for the film in itself. And I also haven't appreciated that much.
Jon M (it) wrote: Journey to the Planet of badly dubbed boredom is more like it. Only John Agar is any good. The rest of it is pretty dire.