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Lafangey Parindey (2010) (New Hindi Film / Bollywood Movie / Indian Cinema DVD) [NTSC]

Neil Nitin Mukesh , Deepika Padukone    Suitable for 12 years and over   DVD

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Lafangey Parindey movie is a love story set in the gritty streets of Mumbai. The film is about bike gangs in Mumbai. Neil Nitin Mukesh plays the character of One Shot Nandu, a fighter who pummels his opponents in the ring blindfolded. Deepika Padukone plays Pinky Palkar, a dancer who is blind but ambitious and dances with roller skates on her feet. He teaches her to see and she teaches him how to love. But what price will they have to pay for their love?


Lafangey Parindey is a human tale of risk and loss, and emotional victories. It is a tribute to the indomitable spirit of Mumbai. Watch it for its earnest performances, real characters and sheer simplicity.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great movie, difficult order 21 April 2012
By Lea Woodard - Published on
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This is a fabulous Bollywood movie and I was so excited to order it and even more excited when it came in the mail...I popped it right in the player but unfortunatley it must have been produced for another Region, because it wouldn't fit, and thus I couldn't watch it. So disappointed! I really wish it were easier to order the correct DVD on, this is the second time this has happened to me.
The film itself is dramatic, funny and romantic, there are a few wonderful dance/song numbers and it has a happy ending. I highly recommend it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good stuff 5 Jan 2012
By Wendi - Published on
I only buy Bollywood films that I want to watch over and over again. This movie is sappy and yes, predictable, but the heroine has spunk and the hero has emotional growth. So I felt that he came to deserve her and the she did not choose him because he knocked her socks off with his good looks and muscles. Neil's filling the role by underacting was great. And Miss Padukone was superb, showing anger, determination, and hope. I liked this film!
5.0 out of 5 stars Please Amazon Place Bollywood Movies on Amazon Instant Video. 3 Jan 2014
By Karah - Published on
I really like this movie, but I wish Amazon would have it and other Bollywood movies on Amazon Instant Video! I would love to buy it and other Bollywood movies. Please, Please, Amazon would you place this movie and other Bollywood movies on Amazon Instant Video.
4.0 out of 5 stars Like it a lot! 1 Mar 2013
By Paola - Published on
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Really love the film. The story was really beautiful and the actors were really good. Everything was ok, but I really would love to watch this film with spanish subtitles, and that's my only remark.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars LAFANGEY PARINDEY - a Bollywood film that skates on thin ice 19 Mar 2012
By H. Bala - Published on
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When one strives for redemption after destroying a life, how much does forfeiting one's street creds matter? "One-Punch" Nandu Kamtekar (Neil Nitin Mukesh) is a young Mumbai street fighter notorious for his one-punch knockouts... while fighting blindfolded. Reluctantly, he also runs shady errands for the local crime boss. When Nandu's moment of carelessness causes a girl to lose her eyesight, a remorseful Nandu befriends her. Except that the girl, Pinky Palkar (Deepika Padukone), a skilled ice skater, had dreamt of winning the talent show, India's Got Talent. That was supposed to be her passport out of the Mumbai slums. So just how far is Nandu willing to go to assuage his guilt? In the tough backstreets of Mumbai, being seen gliding around on skates can ruin a hard man's image.

There is ice skating and there is street fighting, and never the twain shall meet... except in LAFANGEY PARINDEY, of which clashing elements are embodied by a spunky dreamer and a laconic thug. It's partly inspired by ICE CASTLES and there may even be wistful whiffs of Charlie Chaplin's CITY LIGHTS (but that's probably stretching it). Let's not get it twisted. LAFANGEY PARINDEY belongs on a lower tier. It's a sweet but entirely predictable love story, and it comes with a bushel of faults.

I really liked the film's first half, especially those moments in which One-Punch Nandu applies unconventional methods in training Pinky to cope with her handicap (such as dodging a stanky sack of fish by smelling it as it comes swinging at her). I realize it's probably all very "filmy" (as they say in Bollywood) but there's an organic feel in how Nandu and Pinky's friendship evolves. I chalk it up to Deepika Padukone and what she brings to the table.

Even as Aishwarya Rai's star descends, Deepika Padukone shines brighter and brighter in my eyes. Deepika can be counted on to deliver a spirited performance; I think we've seen enough of her work now to acknowledge her range and her acting chops. With Aishwarya, Kajol, Preity Zinta, and Rani Mukerjee getting older, Deepika leads the next generation of top Bollywood actresses. I haven't even mentioned how absolutely gorgeous she is. With her co-star Neil Nitin Mukesh maintaining an earnest but subdued demeanor throughout, it's Deepika's spirited performance that drives the narrative. Her elegant looks undermine her role of a ghetto native, and yet there's a naturalness about her, a feistiness to her. If not for her taking matters into her own hands, One-Punch Nandu would still be this lump of silent pining.

The quibbles now. It's odd that even though Nandu persistently gets bloodied in his fights, his face barely registers a mark. It's disappointing that the fights themselves are so weakly staged. It pushes credibility that Pinky and Nandu could draw such stunned reactions from the television judges with the tepid skating routines they unveil onstage. The ending feels rushed, with everything falling too conveniently into place. Deepika's vibrant personality threatens to drown out Neil Nitin Mukesh's low-keyed efforts. I wish Farhan Akhtar had played the One-Punch Nandu part. He's got the right sort of edginess to him. I do recommend this movie for those who worship at Deepika Padukone's feet and providing that you lower your expectations a smidge. If you'd rather watch a film that matches Deepika's fight, then go dig up LOVE AAJ KAAL or OM SHANTI OM.

3.5 out of 5 stars for LAFANGEY PARINDEY. I was tempted to rate it 2.5 stars but Deepika's performance elevates the film. The DVD provides an option for English sub-titles, as well as the option to go straight to the musical numbers. These songs are generally likable, but my two favorites are the soulful and melodic "Mann Lafanga" and the bittersweet "Nain Parindey." There is also a Making of the Film featurette that runs 00:22:48 minutes (some of which is in English).
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