A woman falls for a male she believes is her class-mate until she finds out that he is an unknown and unstable inmate from a mental institute.

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Ananya
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Andrew Raymond / Andy / Abhay Ram Kumar
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Ashok Mahadeo
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Gayatri Garg
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Dr. Reddy (as Anant Mahadevan)
Nikhil Ratnaparkhi ...
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Verma
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Usha Bachani ...
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Ram Kumar
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Young Andrew Raymond
Ramesh Roy
Vimin Khati
Umar Harris Khan
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Aranya lives a middle-classed lifestyle in Ganga, Nilgiris, along with her widowed father, Ashok Mahadeo, who is a devotee of Bollywood artiste Kishore Kumar. She repairs wristwatches and clocks and also waits at a restaurant run by her friend, Gayatri Garg. One day she gets a male customer who wants his wristwatch repaired, and she does so. He shows up again the next day with the same task, and keeps on coming daily. She finds out that his name is Andrew Raymond and he was a fellow student during her school-days. He admits that he had a crush on her and had even agreed to wait 10 years to see her. She takes a liking to him and both hang-out together while she attempts to deal with her creditor, Gangaram, and increasing pressure from R.K. Constructions who want to build a resort. Then her world will shatter around her when she finds out that Andrew had been killed several years ago, and the male claiming to be him is actually an unknown and unstable inmate from the local mental ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Andrew Raymond: I wait, I hope, Your smile will keep me cloaked, In a cocoon of joy, I hold, I hold, tighter I hold until the next smile...
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Splendid 1st half followed by a little monotonous 2nd half,still worth watching!
28 October 2011 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Its really unfortunate to see a film being valued solely on the basis of its box office performance rather than its merit in India.Its because of this thing that useless films like ready ,force or Bodyguard rake in the moolah while films like Mod just fade in the pages of time. Now I'm not saying that Mod is a fantastic film but definitely way better than the useless films mentioned above.

Ayesha Takia runs a watch repair shop in a south Indian hill station where Rannvijay Singh comes everyday to get his watch repaired.He introduces himself as her classmate in school.As expected,Love blossoms but there comes a turn when Takia begins to doubt Singh as to who he is.Then what happens??watch the film. First the positive positive things-

With plastic emotions reigning in the movies today,this one offers a welcome break.There are some splendid tender moments between Takia & Singh & even Takia & Yadav.(e.g. she won't let Yadav enter home drunk but would serve him tea in the morning).The tuning between Takia & Tanve Azmi is very heart warming.The characters are close to life & seem real.

The music is nothing to cheer about but the song "Tu hi Tu" makes a fine hearing.The top notch Cinematography makes this small town Down south India a character in the film & adds to cinematic value & experience.

Now some negatives-The film plunges downwards once the MOD(turn-which in this case means twist) is revealed.The film gets monotonous in 2nd half & drags.Nagesh seems to lose the plot & the film's grip on the viewer looses.The choice of lead(Rannvijay) could have been better.Despite his best efforts,he fails to pull off a complex character.While Takia shines in her role,Rannvijay 's performance leaves a lot to be desired.The performance of both Azmi & Yadav is fabulous.

Despite all these flaws,Mod isn't completely unwatchable.It has its moments with Nagesh getting back to what he really stands for.The signs are positive & maybe,we'll see a Dor or an Iqbal soon!!


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