|Starring:||Shernaz Patel, Rani Mukherjee, Ayesha Kapur, Dhritiman Chaterji, Amitabh Bachchan|
|Director:||Sanjay Leela Bhansali|
|Studio:||YASH RAJ FILMS|
|Run time:||2 hours 4 minutes|
|Rental release:||Limited availability|
|Subtitles:||Arabic, English, French, Hindi, Spanish|
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The Best of AmitabhBy Vinod Warrier from England , 16 May 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]This is undoubtedly the best Amitabh movie. He has given stunning performance. Equally praisworthy is the performance of Rani Mukherjee and the girl who acted her childhood. It's a true dedication to Hellen Keller. Kudos to Sanjay Leela Bhansali
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Well worth watchingBy Terminato (4 reviews) , 15 Sep 2012A great film and well worth watching if you can get past the Charlie Chaplin walk. I understand the deaf and dumbness but where did the walk come from. Keep the tissues nearby.
Takes itself too seriouslyBy JDahl (3 reviews) , 24 Apr 2012A Bollywood attempt at a serious film, but is well wide of the mark compared to similar films. It should be gritty and serious but the promising start descends into flailing arms and ham acting. Disappointing given the beautiful setting and the excellent camera work.
A star is born....By aishahlex (18 reviews) from Sheffield , 22 Dec 2011
[Highly rated reviewer]Was told not to bother with this film but i really enjoyed it. Not your typical indian film but what a refreshing change! The acting was exceptional from Amitabh & Rani. little Ayesha was outstanding.
Too long a film for the the amount of storyBy a customer , 05 May 2011Beautiful settings; a few sparks of humour; good performances...but far too long for what is a very simple story. I wanted to like it but it lost my interest.
Tough GoingBy 5ft7offootballheaven (300 reviews) from London , 14 Apr 2011Sorry - I couldnt get into this one. Gave it a good hour. Mildly engaging but found it pretty unsubtle and obvious. Like being hit in the face with the plot - again and again...and again. I am sure its worthy and heartwarming in the end. I watched a documentary instead. No regrets.