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When an employee of Mumbai's Chandan Nagar leaves, he is replaced by a youth, Fatka, who has a stray dog, Bhidu (a.k.a. Buddy). There is no accommodation provided for this homeless orphan, so he and his pet decide to make an abandoned antique car their new home. There is some resentment from the children of the building, but Fatka gets accepted in the cricket team after he demonstrates his bowling capabilities. A chance visit by a politician, Shashikant Bhide, results in enforcement of new municipal legislation to capture all stray dogs, and the children decide to oppose it. Their attempt to secure 31 signatures from residents turns out to be in vain, and they decide to launch a unique protest. Shashikant puts pressure on Chandan Nagar's Secretary, Tandon, as well as launches his own campaign to enforce the legislation and ensure Bhidu's capture.Written by
I didn't have much expectation when I went to see the film. But, this was surprisingly good & refreshing movie. I can easily say, it is better than many contemporary multi-starrer movies.
Kids have acted brilliantly in this films. Most of the kids were totally unseen, I mean they have no acting experience, not even in the advertisements. So, two thumbs up for the kids.
But, the best thing about the film is the cudgel that the kids take up for a cause against a politician. Funnily, politician has shown no shame fighting with the small kids, just to gratify his ego. Rightfully depicted in the movie.
So, kudos to Salman Khan for giving this wonderful little gem.
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