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A bunch of yuppie friends in Bangalore play pranks on each other and fall in love.

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Aditya
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Veda
Rajiv Gopalakrishnan ...
Rohan
Sameer Malhotra ...
Kabir
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Sona
Sandhya Shetty ...
Saraswati
Parmita Katkar ...
Tara
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Leech in bar
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Aditya is a young man who lives in Bangalore, India. He does not believe in astrology, but when a friend makes his astrological chart and explains to him that he is fated to meet and marry a woman whose name begins with the letter "V", Aditya decides to see for himself if this actually works. Miraculously, he meets with a pretty young woman named Veda, and both are attracted to each other. They continue meeting and find themselves compatible with each other. What Aditya does not know that the chart was actually prepared for his brother and not him. But will this change their fates? Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Debut film of Director Raja Krishna Menon See more »

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Very enjoyable
6 April 2008 | by See all my reviews

Nicely shot, good acting, enjoyable dialog and fun little touches all through. Brought out Bangalore's character, and it is a pleasure to see a beautiful and realistic (as realistic as feasible for a fun movie) portrayal of the city. Story is a bit soft, but is engaging. Interesting, amusing and fairly realistic interactions between the young group of friends the story is about. Felt like the night shots needed more light. Particularly enjoyable: Various shots of Bangalore (including Gulmohar trees in bloom), Nandita Das' acting, Bangalore interiors, which were very nicely done up and showcased, clothing/costumes that were easy on the eye. Overall an extremely enjoyable experience. Looking forward to further work from this director.


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