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Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge Complete Movie Review

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Movie Name :  
Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge
Movie Cast :  
Saqib Saleem, Saba Azad, Nishant Dahiya, Tara D'Souza
Movie Director :  
Nupur Ashtana
Music Director :  
Raghu Dixit
Rating :  
4 / 5

Mujhse Fraaandship KarogeWhen crass and crude comedies are the sequence at the time, it is usually enlivening when something offbeat, yet pleasant gets here. As well as for the first timer on the big screen, movie director Nupur Asthana, that has a strategy that couples some very witty writing with a few patently fresh looks, hits about it of the park with Yash Raj movie " Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge".

With all the symbol of the horns becasue it is logo, the concept behind Yash Raj movies sub-banner is to spin out fare with junior appeal, starring young deals with making by young directors. Though its first launch, Luv Ka The End, might not have found currency utilizing its target group, the banner definitely appears to have found the sweet area with their second release, Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge.

A big part with the movie's appeal appears to be owed to director Nupur Asthana's background in tv, where she had been the brains at the rear of India's first high-school drama, Hip Hip Hurray more than a decade ago, and much more recently, in Mahi Way, for YRF's TV foray, both shows established hits and centred around heroes from the generation Y.

Asthana provides similar type of youth appeal to Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge, as she did to her Tv set series, backing up Pooja Desai and Ashish Patil's plot by means of relatable characterisations and sketching charming actions from her stars. Desai and Patil, together with Anvita Dutt Gupta deserve kudos for making a movie and screenplay that, however not really path-breaking, does have the latest refreshing ring to it. Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge links a college romance, a rom-com, packed with cross relationships.

The lead players here's the witty Vishal, an author, and also the type of shrewish Preity, a photo taker with the aversion to boys, having been burnt in love previous to. Vishal's best friend is Rahul, the college rockstar, who Preity provides the hots for, while Preity's good friend is the lively Malvika, an future designer, who Vishal lusts after. Their paths cross when Vishal contacts Malvika using a social websites , acting to be Rahul, just to have Preity respond faking to be Malvika. As a result begins a double romance, because the two some get one another pretending to be somebody else altogether. Between, because 2 keep up their pretence by obtaining Rahul and Malvika mixed up in charade additionally, Vishal and Preity get a connection developing between themselves too.

The confusion is ultimately solved in the rather predictable way, though the story is created good enough for you to hold enjoying it till the end. The energy of Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge comes from its core characterisations, none this appear to be jarring or unrealistic. The slow loss romance between Vishal and Preity, that starts with the 2 being unable to stand one another, just for them to ultimately start connecting, produces very naturally, without being forced. It is also good to view a film arrive, once in a while, without negative, as well as grey characters, as an example. The way Rahul and Malvika help their friends along, is rather endearing.

The movie also justifies praise with the kind of comedy it espouses. Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge is maybe the 1st proper youngster comedy to leave Bollywood, and it is nice to look at it not delve into gross-out jokes or puerile humour. As, the writing stays sufficient to drag the laughs in without overt work. Vishal and his pal Hacky in relation to their shayaris and hijinks keep the omedy coming through out. The sole stage in which the writing takes a slightly dip, is with the climactic moments of the movie, in which the final reveal is introduced a bit too quickly and handled with out force. The conflict and resolution between Vishal and Preity happens a little too easily for it to sink in, and appears to be a fairly rushed job. Though she has dealing with rank newcomers, Nupur seems to draw great acts from all her stars. Saqib Saleem, as Vishal, is a star of this set, adding an excellent work as Vishal, perfectly witty and beautiful all over.

The actor has great looks related to him too, and can turn into the next popular trend if positioned right. Talking about looks, the female lead, Saba Azad, as Preity, is kind of a find too, delivering a great performance in her own role, beginning slow, however obtaining the pep because the film goes together, playing impish and imperious with equal Úlan. Nishant Dahiya is incredibly cast in the rockstar mould as Rahul, with his looks and demeanour, though he's lesser screentime and several punchlines to provide, compared to Saqib.

Tara D'Souza, who had been last seen in an additional YRF venture, Mere Brother Ki Dulhan, finds a meatier role as Malvika, and dives in it. She performs her role like the girlfriend friend very well, as well as being certainly nice to check out a story in which the sexxy girl in class does not happen to be a vamp. But, person apart from Saqib and Saba who truly justifies praise is actor Prabal Panjabi, that's fantastically whacky and crazy as Vishal's buddy Hacky. Prabal has lights the screen regarding his humor every time he's on screen and makes the most of his scenes here.

Aside from the comedy and the tasks, the movie's other big durability is the songs, delivered by Raghu Dixit. The Southie indie star puts together an excellent set of tunes for the movie, without a note from order. The movie's title song, dheaon dheaon, is absolute, unadulterated fun, while Dixit's old classic from his concert actions, har saans mein, is utilized wonderfully in the movie's outro. All round, Nupur Asthana's directorial debut, Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge, is a humor that's lifted at night mundane by a various factors.

For stars like Saqib and Saba, for Dixit's music, as well as forsome real fun, Yash Raj Movie latest event is necessary watch. Based on characters like Vishal, Saba and Hacky, who follow you long after you have left the cinema hall, this is one 'fraaandship' request everyone need to accept instantly!

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