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On insistence of a friend i went to see this film. Film is about a boy who thinks he is never gonna sell his soul and be corrupt. But moment comes and with big money in front his ideals shake and he gets bribed like rest of the world. This theme itself was so deeply touching to me that I could not understand why critics had trashed the film. Why there was a ruckus on gay humor. I Just loved the film. It is modern day 'Jane Bhi Do Yaaron'. Its a fun film with loads of dark and slap-stick humor which has a message for a common man to stand against corruption. The whole PVR theater was in splits when Kaptaan Saab played by Ashutosh Rana compares his loot small in front of what government is looting that sweet shop wala. Truly genius writing. Go for it eyes closed.
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