Cast: Himansh Kohli, Serah Singh, Dev Sharma, Rakul Preet Singh,
Nicole Faria, Evyleen Sharma, Gulshan Grover,
Deepti Naval, Smita Jaykar
Kumar, Sanjeev Dutta
Arko Pravo Mukherjee, Anupam Amod, Honey Singh
is a mindless film without any purpose. The theme is based on a College Romance.
Bollywood has witnessed wonderful College Campus based movies like Jo Jeeta
Vahi Sikandar. The film is made keeping youth-audience in mind, but it is an
insult to their intelligence. There is nothing to save this film. Divya Khosla
Kumar disappoints as a director. Her characters are superficial, story is shallow
and the execution falls apart.
of aimless students are shown, who are in the college just for Masti but given
a huge task by Principal (Gulshan Grover) to save the college from not being
sold. The college campus seems to be more of a party-ground where every now and
then parties, racing, swayamvars are thrown. None of the students are shown
focused in life which is not today’s youth (who definitely know where they want
to head in their lives). The second half tries to build up the story on themes
viz. love, patriotism, competition, mother-son emotions etc. but it turns out
to be illogical. Dialogues with double meanings, girls in minis are very very unimpressive.
Even credible stars viz. Gulshan Grover, Deepti Naval, Smitha Jaykar’s acting
skills are under-utilized.
few frames are good. Music is also good upto an extent. The film may get an audience
who would love to laugh at silly jokes, but otherwise, it is a poorly crafted