Indian movies! (1 Viewer)

Gandalf

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Jul 28, 2003
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some of them are really nice (specially sharokh Khan's movies)

and some are really crapy and way over-acted and doesn't have a good conclusion..


no offence..
 

cynical

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Mar 7, 2003
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i read it some where that bollywood produces over 700 movie a year, that's an avrage of 2 movies a day. that's a high number and i think that's the problem, the old dilemma: quantity vs quality. and welcome here, princess.
 

Febrina

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Jul 17, 2002
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Indian movies?! That's my granma favs :D
Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Asoka ...:D

I don't like Indian movies, but my granma is soo lovin' it! ;)
 
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princess

princess

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Nov 23, 2003
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    its good to know that ull know about it and have watched some!
    i know indian movies are full of overacting! i dont know WHY, they are doing this?
    its not that bad if u dont understand cuz as ReyMysterio said there are English subs :D
     
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    princess

    princess

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    i have recently watched an AMAZING indian movie ,TWICE!!!!!!!!!!
    lol both times at the cinema, i know its sounds like im a loser that has no life but to sit in the movies and pass her time, but really it was an AmAzInG movie.
    its called: 'Kal Ho Na Ho'
    n the best part is NO OVERACTING!
     
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    princess

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    for those who dont understand indian the meaning of the movies title (Kal Ho Na Ho) is:
    Kal = Tomorrow
    Ho = There
    Na = No or Not
    Ho = There
    ok in English it simply means, will there be a tomorrow.
    here is the poster of the movie
     
    Aug 1, 2003
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    ah princess, my best friend watched that movie and she was crying in the theatre :shocked:

    hmm, what that movie hritik shahrukh kareena and kajol were in? i forgot the title :undecide:
     

    Hydde

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    Mar 6, 2003
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    ++ [ originally posted by Hélène ] ++
    me i don't like indien's moovie because it's borring.
    (if i have good understand the subject!)
    sorry for my english! lol
    Dont worry helene :D

    I have not seen any indian movie yet....

    Dont worry about ur english...as we are not purely english speakers... well , most of us.

    I would like to see a indian movie because i like asian girls :D
     
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    princess

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    nooo Helene you cant say that! maybe u watched the wrong movie?

    ok listen the old movies are very depressing, borring, and overacting.

    if u watch the new ones, they are really good. starting with 'Kal Ho Na Ho'
    n this is a movie that will make u change ur mind about indian movies being borring.
    this movie is funny, i mean very FuNnY!
     
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    princess

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    nosubstitute959 im happy to inform u that the movies these days are 3 and 3.5 hours only.
    n Amitab is a class actor but not one of my favorite.

    i advice ull to watch this movie,plz u shouldnt miss it. ok ill shut up , im askin abit too much!lol

    ok ill tell ull a little bout this movie its FuNnY and touching(i mean in a heart touching depressing way)and its only sad for max 10mins of the whole movie
    n the whole movie is done in the states.

    is there anyone who wants to list some of their favorite movies or actors?
     

    JuVe SouL

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    Sep 27, 2003
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    You are right princess ... I strongly agree with ya

    Indian movies have their special taste ... I usually spend my free time watching them ...

    Actually I learned Indian ( aurdo ) from watcing movies ... their language is very easy to understand ..
     

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