POSTED ON November 20, 2022 5:03 am
Desi Couple Honeymoon With Hindi Audio,screens Includedl
love meets on a train. as a fairytale ending, it’s not bad but in an ideal world the opposition would be obvious; she would be, and he would find it hard to resist. she’s really too young to be in love (she’s 18) but he knows he can control her. the train he takes is a five-carriage luxury affair but eventually people start to squeeze in on her until she’s left all alone and he’s next to her. he tries to make conversation but she has nothing to say. they talk about a child they might have if she were his wife. he admits he cannot marry just anybody. then he asks her to marry him. the first few minutes are like a thriller as she thinks he’s making a joke and she doesn’t believe he’s serious. but she relents and he urges her to take him as her fianc<!–e but she resists. the second part moves at a fairly rapid pace, one of the best of the romantic comedy. he does everything possible to reassure her but of course he's not going to. she remembers the best part of their relationship was when they did not talk. they have a nice time looking at her childhood photograph album (that shows the family in their big house) and he notices her suitcases. he encourages her to take some things from her room and put them in his. she does and he puts them in the carriage opposite. the train starts and she falls asleep. as it lurches through a tunnel into a deep valley, she wakes up and sees that he has been crying. finally he kisses her. her family come rushing to her, feeling she has come back, and they talk her into marrying him. as they leave the compartment, he explains that he had plenty of time and could easily have missed the train. more like the man and the woman.
robert aldrich’s noir masterpiece kiss me deadly, one of the most influential crime movies of all time, was the inspiration for martin scorsese’s the good shepherd (2002). an intense love story, it’s set in the 1950s, when, thanks to the invention of the hydrogen bomb, the hands of mortality are shaken by a last-second shift in the balance of science and all its attendant social and political implications. the soul-searing obsession between dr. matthew scudder (burt lancaster) and his alluring colleague carla ciaglo (jane greer) is set against the backdrop of the cold war, a time when paranoia, fear, and alienation are all too palpable. a roman holiday is a bittersweet tale of romance, idealism, and corruption set against the imperial backdrop of the longest winning streak of the world series, on top of the new york city marathon, and just in time for cinco de mayo. the story follows 16-year-old maria (diane keaton) as she sets off on an escape from her new mexico home and her small-town scheming parents (richard widmark and george tobias). for maria, the devil is her stepfather; for truman, it’s a spy network with deadly results. her quest leads her to discover the small-town legend of the culebra cutoff, which was once part of the butterfield overland stagecoach line. the journey takes her from the mild-mannered cattle rancher into the morally ambiguous colonel standish (peter graves), the town’s mayor and a staunch defender of the u.s. constitution who may have his own personal agenda as well.
the cult director has been described as the “pre-steve jobs” of the music business; his first album, a collection of lo-fi recordings called citizen sun, was released in 1981, and he was eventually signed by a major label. at that point, however, he abruptly dropped out of the industry and then returned in 1995 with in utero, which is widely considered the closest thing to an “official” stones record in decades.