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F.A.L.T.U (2011)

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Unable to get accepted, four academically-challenged students decide to open their own college.


Remo D'Souza (as Remo)


Vipul Binjola (additional dialogue), Tushar Hiranandani (screenplay) | 6 more credits »





Credited cast:
Arshad Warsi ... Google
Riteish Deshmukh ... Baaji Rao (as Ritesh Deshmukh)
Jackky Bhagnani ... Ritesh Virani (as Jacky Bhagnani)
Puja Gupta ... Pooja Nigam
Chandan Roy Sanyal ... Vishnu Vardhan
Angad Bedi ... Nanj Nair
Akbar Khan Akbar Khan ... Cameo
Darshan Jariwala ... Virani
Vijay Kashyap Vijay Kashyap ... Nair
Mahesh Thakur ... Nigam
Rameshwari Rameshwari ... Narayani Nair (as Rameshwari Seth)
Boman Irani ... School Principal
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Prayas Choudhary Prayas Choudhary ... Prayas
Sahil Khan
Ashish Ranglani Ashish Ranglani ... Ganji maker


After barely making it through their Secondary School Certificate examinations, Ritesh Virani, whose father is a Kabadia, is unable to get admission in any college. He is not the only one though, his pals Pooja Nigam and Nanj Nair are also in the same leaky boat. They attempt in vain to secure admission through the father of their scholarly pal, Vishnu Vardhan. Then Ritesh's father decides to fire his hired help and get his son to do the work, and Pooja's dad decides to get her married, the desperate friends get together and concoct a fake college 'Fakirchand And Lakirchand Trust University', with the help of their money-lender friend, Google Chand. They recruit school-teacher, Baaji Rao, as Principal, whose performance is unacceptable by his school principal due to lewd references to 'Munni's Badnami' and 'Sheila's Jawani'. Google Chand offers them a derelict mansion in Panchgani, which they must renovate, invite their respective parents and show them that they have finally been ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Comedy | Drama


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Did You Know?


Irrfan Khan was approached to star in Anjan Das's film "Faltu" (2005), starring Yash Pandit Manjari, Tinnu Anand, and Anjan Srivastav. It was produced by Planline Life. The film was based on the partition. He agreed to star in the film but later had to back out. The film was eventually shelved. See more »


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Fully Faltu
Written by Sameer
Composed by Sachin Sanghvi and Jigar Saraiya (as Jigar)
Performed by Harshdeep Kaur (as Hard Kaur) and Mika Singh
Courtesy of Puja Music
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NOT a FALTU movie!
4 August 2011 | by himdesaiSee all my reviews

F.A.L.T.U. as obvious from the promos is very much inspired by Accepted (2006, I remember the movie tickled my funny bones).The movie marks the debut of Remo as a bollywood director.(He has a Bengali film in his bag as director).I had quite low expectations from the movie though the music was awesome.

But I must say i under rated Remo. The movie is total-fun. The first half of the movie is as smooth as the original one. Funny dialogues, rich cinematography and sizzling star cast (yes the actress is charmer).

The problem starts in the second half. The movie loses its pace here.Screenplay gets quirky. Some meaningless melodrama here and some unwanted sequences(the film could have been tighter by 10 minutes).

By the mid of second half I thought that the attempt is not honest.The sudden transformation of genre from comedy to drama is a bit jerky. But all this complains came to an end as soon as the climax arrived( thanks to the ace choreography by Remo, something world class!). In last 10 minutes you feel that the effort by Remo is honest and honest enough to overtake the original movie.You cant manage but smile in the end when you leave the theater.

Not to forget the tremendous audience response at the theaters(commendable as the world cup fever is on). If the world cup trivia and more hyped (GAME) was not the hurdle, the movie would have been a super hit for sure.Lets see how far it can go now.

Frankly the concept(though copied) is better than 3 Idiots (I personally find the movie over ratted).One should see it for sure.

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Release Date:

1 April 2011 (India) See more »

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