Amal User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.51

Current Rating: 4.51

based on 237 votes and 52 reviews

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  • 5 stars this movie mean many things
  • 4 stars I came across the movie by accident - and what a wonderful accident it was. I loved everything about the movie. Thank you!
  • 5 stars best movie ever
  • Wow..what an amazing film. Better than Slumdog and it is a Canadian Film. We need to get this film a distributor and get it out there for everyone to see. You won't stop talking about and you will see it again and again.
  • Vik Sahay is utterly stunning in this movie. Gorgeous, deep, broken...beautiful.
  • just saw this movie on Roger on Demand. Wow! It recently got 6 genie nominations. I really hope this film is out in theaters again I would love to watch it on the big screen!
  • Excellent movie, better then ones we see which have boring and stupendous story lines. And any movie Nassirudin works in is a beauty and worth watching. I hate todays recent Indian Movies which make no sense all from Akshay to Salman and everyone. Just that mir Khan is still the best of them.. but some people know what the art of movie making is and I think "AMAL" proves this.. No High Funda stuff just pure entertainment and simplicity is the beauty it holds.
  • Real feel good movie. Every one must see this movie.
  • Give your family a treat and take them to see this beautiful, touching film. I will be taking my family to see this again.
  • Reward yourself by seeing this touching and important film. Congratulations and a heart-felt thank you to all the filmmakers. Amal is incredible!


Genre:  Drama | Running Time:  101 min.
Release date:  August 8, 2008 | On DVD/VOD:  January 13, 2009

Current rating: Rating: 4.51
based on 237 votes and 52 reviews
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Cast: Rupinder Nagra, Naseeruddin Shah, Seema Biswas, Koel Purie, Vik Sahay, Roshan Seth