Rishtey Review

Street fighter marries rich girl much to daddy's chagrin. They have a child. Girl abandons husband and son and returns home. Years later, girl wants the child back. Child is fought over in custody battle.

by Omar Ahmed |
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Release Date:

01 Jan 2002

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0 minutes



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Give Indra Kumar an award-winning ensemble cast with a script that explores relationships within a traditional Indian family, and what does he do?

Turn out a dull family drama that manages to dig up as many cliches as it can. Villainous Amrish Puri - Mola Ram in 'Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom' - viciously opposes his daughter's love affair with partner Anil Kapoor, causing her to leave home in true Bollywood style. Despite flashes of poignancy, watching Rishtey is a long and frustrating experience.

This film does not live up to its potential, its award winning ensemble cast being let down by the uninspired direction. Not a great advert for Bollywood.
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