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A photographer invites her closest friends to vacation at her family's home in Goa in celebration of her upcoming marriage.

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Pan Nalin
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Credited cast:
Sarah-Jane Dias ... Frieda Da Silva
Rajshri Deshpande ... Lakshmi
Sandhya Mridul ... 'Su' Suranjana
Amrit Maghera ... 'Jo' Joanna
Pavleen Gujral ... 'Pammy' Pamela Jaswal
Anushka Manchanda ... 'Mad' Madhurita
Tannishtha Chatterjee ... Nargis Nasreen
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Anuj Choudhry ... The Neighbour
Jeffrey Goldberg Jeffrey Goldberg ... Chris
Adil Hussain ... Police Superintendent
Aditya Suhas Jambhale Aditya Suhas Jambhale ... Lallan
Vikram Kochhar Vikram Kochhar ... Agent
Arjun Mathur ... Zain
Kunal Shiinde ... Supporting (voice)
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India's FIRST female buddy movie! A power packed comic drama about Indian women finding their hearts and loosing their heads! A wild bunch of girls from all over India descent upon Goa! Their closest friend FREIDA has invited them to her family home for a surprise announcement : she's getting married! Thus begins an impromptu bachelorette. A riotous roller coaster of girl bonding: friendships, breakups, make ups, screw ups, passion, devastation, hesitation, terrorization, realization, boom- explosions! Among the fun and frenzy, heart breaks and heart aches, passion and obsession, youth and innocence, emotions run high and dry and hidden secrets surface. The girls go on living life like there is no tomorrow, oblivious of the impending doom upon them...

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Comedy | Drama

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Country:

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Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

4 December 2015 (India) See more »

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7 Göttinnen See more »

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D-Cinema 48kHz 5.1

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2.35 : 1
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Excellent film for the urban audience despite its flaws
25 October 2016 | by utpal_dasSee all my reviews

The story is an average one of a all girl bachelor party, that being the set up and the focus on issues that are related to Indian women. Nothing out of the box issues or the way it is handled. The ending had to have some drama, and it has, again nothing out of the box. The editing could have been crispier, will give a 6 out of 10 there.

Those were the flaws, now comes the good part.

Genuinely superb acting from 3 of the 7 leads, I know 2-3 of them and not by name or at least I didn't. I do not know whether to credit the director or the actors, but it was a superb performance from the actors.

Hilarious at times, crude at time, raunchy at times but you will enjoy it. That the director took the initiative of making these girls as crude as 'Masti', was enough for me to watch the movie. I do not see too many Hindi movies, but I never expected words like D*#do, Or#$@sm and stuff like that ad the way the scenes were handled were brilliant.

The characters were genuinely alive, you see them everyday. You feel like you know them, the problems they face in everyday life is very common to me and you and girls lusting over shirtless guys and things like that captured the free spirited modern Indian lady so well.

The script could have been tighter, but still it was very very good. The director really took the best from the actors, especially (let me check the name) Pavleen Gujral, brilliant as the ex-gold-medalist-now-housewife r,ole showing her hesitations as a typical Indian woman and Sarah Dias's superb restraint acting towards the end of the movie. Sandhya Mridul was a little over the top, still good, Anushka was good at times, never bad and the rest were also good, if not great.

Watch the movie just because of the acting, timing and mainly the way the director has beautifully set up the screenplay. I fast forwarded the Salman starrer super predictable Sultan in 1.15 hours, couldn't complete the hamming of the legendary AB in Te3n and Piku, but I was able to watch this movie in one go. If you are getting my drift, you will enjoy the movie.

It is a must watch for every urban man and woman of the age group of 20 to 50. Forget the theme, just enjoy the movie and make sure your kids are not nearby.

Hats off to the new generation of Indian women and to the director


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