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Rok Sako To Rok Lo (2004)

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In a small scenic town in India there are two schools, Valley High School, which basically caters to the affluent, and Bharti High School for the middle-class. The annual sports fest has ... See full summary »

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Kabir 'Phantom' Mukherjee
Yash Pandit ...
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Manjari Phadnis ...
Suhana
Carran Kapur ...
Ranveer Pratap Singh
Aparna Kumar ...
Sanjana
Ram Menon
Karun Punchi
Abbas Saria
Ajay Sheoparna
Jehan Hillowalla
Shreya Das
Namrata Shirodkar ...
Sandra (Narrator)
Dipti Bhatnagar ...
Dev's Bhabhi
Archana Puran Singh ...
Sweety
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In a small scenic town in India there are two schools, Valley High School, which basically caters to the affluent, and Bharti High School for the middle-class. The annual sports fest has always been dominated by the Valley High students, with Kabir Mukherjee winning the coveted race for many years, and after his tenure gets over, Ranveer Pratap Singh takes over. Now this year, Ranveer's championship status is being challenged by Bharti High's Dev, who is also fallen head over heels in love with Ranveer's girlfriend, Sanjana, ignoring romantic overtures from the lovely fellow student, Suhana. The stage is all set for the annual sports as participants, their respective families, and the general public await to see who the all-round winner will be this year. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Fun-filled package of school pranks
15 March 2005 | by (India) – See all my reviews

For a débutant director, Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri does a good job with 'Rok Sako To Rok Lo'. The story of a group of teenagers from two rival schools - Bharti School and Valley High - is narrated by Namrata Shirodkar, who owns a café -- a common haunt for students from both institutions. While the group from Bharti School is led by Dev (Yash Pandit), the rival gang is headed by Ranveer (Carran Kapoor).

Valley High students turn up their noses at the Bharti School youngsters, always taunting them because of their lower social status as well as their inability to beat the Valley-ites at any sports event.

Enter teen siren Sanjana, who studies with Ranveer. Dev and gang tease the temptress and Sanjana, swearing revenge, ensnares Dev and pretends to be in love with him. Dev finds out only too late that he has been duped.

Kabir, watching this byplay, befriends the group led by Dev, and instills a sense of confidence in them, urging them on to finally take a stand and beat their adversaries. Unfortunately, their enthusiasm leads to both gangs engaging in a dangerous car race on public roads. During the race, Kabir is killed in a ghastly accident, once again plunging the Bharti School students into depression. To make matters worse, they are challenged to a marathon race by Valley School...

The lead pair, Yash Pandit and Manjari Fadnis, both selected through a talent hunt done by the producers, impress in their very first film with their high levels of confidence. Sunny Deol, who plays the role of Kabir – the mysterious man with a 'history' – pops up time and again to save the youngsters from sticky situations, and receives all the applause. While audiences in the North might clap for their favourite hero literally flinging the goons left, right and centre, the action could have been toned down a bit for the Mumbai viewers. Jatin-Lalit's music remains above reproach, especially the peppy and inspiring title track.

All in all, a fun-filled package of school pranks and youthful masti (with liberal doses of good advice) that will appeal to the younger generation.


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