Pardes (1997)

Not Rated   |    |  Drama, Musical, Romance


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Kishorilal wants an Indian bride for his westernised son. He gets him engaged to Ganga, his friend's daughter, and brings her to USA. But she shares a deeper bond with Arjun, Kishorilal's foster son.

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  • Apoorva Agnihotri, Shah Rukh Khan, and Amrish Puri in Pardes (1997)
  • Mahima Chaudhry and Shah Rukh Khan in Pardes (1997)
  • Mahima Chaudhry and Shah Rukh Khan in Pardes (1997)
  • Mahima Chaudhry and Shah Rukh Khan in Pardes (1997)
  • Mahima Chaudhry and Shah Rukh Khan in Pardes (1997)
  • Mahima Chaudhry and Shah Rukh Khan in Pardes (1997)

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14 February 2002 | va_dcblue
Stereotypical CRAP !!!
This movie makes all of us NRIs or better known as ABCDs look like value-less and immoral pigs. Mr. Ghai should have actually researched the way of life of NRIs in America and UK before he even wrote the script on this movie. But as with all Hindi movie-makers, they don't even research the topic their movie is about and do something that unsophisticated Indian audiences would believe (which is just about everything on the big screen) This is the MAIN reason why most commercial Hindi films lack credibility and Pardes being one of the most notorious examples that supports my theory. One example of this increduality is how smoking and drinking are treated in this film. In India nobody smokes? drinks? Another is the assumption that Air India and more unbelievably Indian Airlines flies to American (and moreover to L.A. aka Vancoover, where the movie is filmed). In my life experiences, I have never ever met an NRI (or even a white guy) with the selfish, stuck up attitude as exuded by Amrish Puri's son in Pardes. So congratulations, Mr. Ghai, you have convinced several millions in India that us male NRIs are all egotistically womanizers and pigs. This treatment is also true for NRI females. Amrish Puri's wife in this movie is also portrayed as a "chudail" What's up with that? Well...you all know how I feel about this film. But I recommend you see it just to see how many stupid mistakes that Mr. Ghai has made.

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