A commitment phobic hippie falls in love with a woman and chases her much to get dismay and aims to get what he needs.

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Puri Jagannadh

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Puri Jagannadh
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Nithiin ... Varun (as Nitin)
Adah Sharma ... Hayati
Vikramjeet Virk ... Makrand Kamati
Brahmanandam ... Iskcon Ramana
Tejaswi Madivada ... Shriya
Prakash Raj
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Ajay
Ali
Kesha Khambhati Kesha Khambhati ... Priya
Surekha Vani Surekha Vani
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Varun (Nithiin) is a hippie vagabond wandering in Spain. He never believes in relationships and earns his living by working in part-time jobs, here he comes across Hayati (Adah Sharma), who arrived to Spain to meet her friend. In order to capture her attention, Varun pretends to suffer with a Heart Attack on pretext to get her phone number.

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The first project for Nithiin and Puri Jagannadh together. See more »

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References Titanic (1997) See more »

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What was the Director Thinking?
5 January 2015 | by arundathiSee all my reviews

Puri Jagannadh, who is well known for his strong screenplay and unique story concept, disappoints with his latest movie. There were ideas that the director wanted to explore however had a difficult time weaving them together. The dialogues were utter crap in some parts of the movie, leaving the audience wondering what happened to the director.

The film started off on a interesting note, perking the audience's interest. As the movie progressed, the audience got sucked into the routine love story with dialogues that pretty much made no sense between the hero and heroine. From there, forgetting how he started, the director decided last minute to suddenly include what happened in the beginning of the film and in less than 5 minutes decided to tie up the loose end.

Despite the screenplay flaws, there were some plus points. The cinematography was done very well and really showcased Europe beautifully. The songs were peppy and fun. The editing was done well, although the second half of the film was slightly draggy. The director explored a subject that some may consider "taboo" to showcase a more modern approach. This is a unique approach so hats off to the director for making a bold step.

In terms of characterization, Nithin, as Varun, was the shining star. Although some of his dialogues were nonsensical, Nithin really embodied his character wholeheartedly. His style and look really matched what the director was thinking. The second person who did justice to their role was Brahmanandam as Iskcon Ramana. The director really spent time exploring the "side story" to spread an important message, which arguably could have been the main plot.

Unfortunately, the same cannot be said to the rest of the characters who were pretty much reduced to minor roles. Adah Sharma tried her best, but her character did not really have any scope. We have seen this type of character over and over again and the director should have changed her character to fit in with his line of thinking. Vikramjeet as the villain did a pretty good job, however the director decided not to really focus on developing his character. Ali as the second comedian was not needed.

In conclusion, the director did his best to explore a new avenue but failed to be consistent with his thought process.


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31 January 2014 (India) See more »

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