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Delhi-based Rohan Sood lives a wealthy lifestyle along with his businessman dad, Shekhar, and mom, Renu. He attends St. Lawrence High School and is friendly with Vasu, Sudhir and Javed, and... See full summary »
Welcome to sixteen's world. A world where growing up has speeded up multifold times. Once upon a time, it was the age of innocence, the age of sweetness, the age when one had the first ... See full summary »
If Rahul the rockstar has got the voice and the looks, Vishal, the writer has the brains. If Malvika, the fashion design student and biker chick can get heads turning with just her looks, Preity, the photographer, can say a million things with her pretty pictures. What Vishal and Preity can't do, is spell it out to Malvika and Rahul that they heart them. But 'Liking' someone on Facebook is a lot easier. And when you can't make it on your own, the best thing to do is to fake it. So, Vishal becomes Rahul and Preity becomes Malvika by taking their identities online and they start fraaandshipping each other. They chat, 'like', tag and LOL together and do a great job of pretending to be someone else. But, the question remains, how long can you fake true love? In short, Rahul loves Malvika. And Malvika loves Rahul. But Rahul is not Rahul. Rahul is Vishal. And Vishal loves Malvika too. But Malvika is not Malvika either. Malvika is Preity. And Preity loves Rahul. But Preity hates Vishal. And ...Written by
I thought this was an exemplary effort. From the very start to the montage in the end, this was some imagination at work. Relatively simple case of complicated online identities and adolescent issues, but the sharp dialogues and the leading couple take it a notch up from being a normal college flick. Some of the lines absolutely cracked me up! What works even more - the hero's sidekick...the drag sequence was hilarious. What doesn't work - the other couple, who could jarr at times.
Kudos to Yash Raj for moving away from run of the mill again. Go ahead watch this on a Sunday evening, time well spent.
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