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Admissions Open... Do What You Are Born For... (2010)

Unable to secure college admissions, students join a rebel professors' unaccredited institute.




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Credited cast:
Prof. Tariq Siddiqui
Ashish Vidyarthi ...
Arshi ...
Ankur Khanna ...
Arjun Sehgal
S.M. Zaheer ...
R.K. Deshmukh - NAAC Head
Pramod Moutho ...
Dean Raghvendra
Manish Vatsalya ...
Ravi Pandey ...
Rati Agnihotri ...
Sudesh Berry ...
Doctor (as Sudesh Beri)
Yusuf Khan
Shishir Sharma ...
Mr. Sehgal
Shabnam Kapoor ...
Ashutosh's Mom
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Richa Agrawal ...
Glamour Girl 3
Maskoor Akhtar ...
Jogi Bhai


After Arjun Sehgal and several other of his friends successfully pass their school examinations from Pune's St. Conrad Public School, they decide to apply for admission in a number colleges but are turned down due to poor marks. They then decide to approach a rebel professor, Tariq Siddiqui, who runs an unaccredited institute, and agree to get together 100 students to get this college running. After an advertising campaign, more than 100 students approach to be enrolled - but Arjun and his friends are in for nothing but trouble - as Tariq unexpectedly passes away leaving the administration in the hands of an unruly alcoholic male, Devang; and Raghvendra, a Dean from another college, together with the help of the police and educational authorities are determined to ban this college once and for all. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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do what you are born for..


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14 May 2010 (India)  »

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Music Hi Hai
Written by Shellee
Composed by Amit Trivedi
Performed by Kavita Seth and Kavish Seth
Courtesy of Worldwide Records India
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Basically if u guys have seen "Accepted" http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0384793/ starring Justin Long
16 September 2010 | by (Allahabad) – See all my reviews

I wouldn't write anything awful about the movie because you can see what I rated to this title. Basically if u guys have seen "Accepted" http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0384793/ starring Justin Long u can easily understand that it is a real bad try to copy the Accepted. The story line has been tempered in an old typical Indian way as to hide the steal or to prove that v r trying to make better remakes.

Now I would like to raise a question here that why do we copy the foreign movies if v don't have a proper capability to inherit a mind blowing idea. A truly embarrassing movie for the Indian Audience while going out of theater. I'm glad that i didn't buy platinum class tickets to watch this movie.

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