Born with the ability to foretell the future, Chandigarh-based Nihaal Singh, re-locates to study in a Mumbai-based college. He meets with and falls in love with snobbish and rude Nisha ...
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This story revolves around a famous poet who meets a woman who is in trouble. In order to treat her, he takes her to Shimla in a big hospital, but soon that woman gets possessed by devil ... See full summary »
Born with the ability to foretell the future, Chandigarh-based Nihaal Singh, re-locates to study in a Mumbai-based college. He meets with and falls in love with snobbish and rude Nisha Kapoor, who subsequently becomes a little humble after he rescues her and others by assisting ACP Pradhan to diffuse a bomb in a busy shopping mall. Nihaal will soon find his life changing after he becomes involved with his college's professor Siddharth Verma; is on the hit list of Don Kalicharan; and a terrorist group that wants to enlist his help in planting explosives in busy locales all over Mumbai. Written by
I went in the theatre with my expectations, well, not sky high, and I am coming back pleasantly surprised. Surrealistic genre is hardly tried in Indian cinema, and those who try it, make a mockery out of it, but Director Vivek Sharma has delivered a film that balances all the finer aspects of bollywood with the rare and wonderful concept of bollywood in one film. Jacky Bhagnani looks amazingly comfortable as an actor, and plays his role of an odd ball yet charming youngster quite well. The college scenes of the movie are real breeze, thoroughly enjoyable (I didn't think I would ever say that after watching 1000 movies with same college scenes), and the twist in the tale is well executed. At the end of it, I think this is going to be the surprise hit of the year, and I won't be surprised to see this new kid Jacky join the league
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