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Yaariyan (2014)

Not Rated | | Drama, Romance | 10 January 2014 (India)
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A college student must win an inter college competition to save his college from being demolished by property builders.

Director:

Divya Khosla Kumar (as Divya Khosla)

Writers:

Sanjeev Dutta (Writer), Manju Garhwal (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Himansh Kohli Himansh Kohli ... Lakshya
Rakul Preet Singh ... Saloni
Nicole Faria ... Jia
Shreyas Porus Pardiwalla Shreyas Porus Pardiwalla ... Pardy (as Shreyas Pardiwalla)
Dev Sharma Dev Sharma ... Neil
Vikas Verma Vikas Verma ... Mike
Jatin Suri Jatin Suri ... Debu
Evelyn Sharma ... Jannet
Deepti Naval ... Girl Hostel Warden
Gulshan Grover ... Jimmy Sir -College principle (leading positive)
Smita Jaykar ... Lakshya's Mother
Sayali Bhagat ... Nikki
Serah Singh Serah Singh ... Jenny
Gabriella Giardina ... Elizabeth
Yo Yo Honey Singh ... Himself (as Hirdesh Singh)
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A college student must win an inter college competition to save his college from being demolished by property builders.

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Genres:

Drama | Romance

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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

10 January 2014 (India) See more »

Also Known As:

Prietenia See more »

Filming Locations:

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India See more »

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Trivia

This movie's director Divya Kumar Khosla went trekking on the mountains in North Sikkim with lead actor Himansh Kohli, to make sure that his character of a trekker looked convincing. See more »

Goofs

The highest mountain in Sikkim is Kangchenjunga, the world's third-highest peak. Clearly, the mountain shown was not that. Also, it is practically impossible to run from Gangtok, where the college campus is situated, to the peak and come back just in a day. See more »

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Love Me Thoda Aur
By Arijit Singh & Monali Thakur
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13 March 2014 | by narulagauravSee all my reviews

Hindi movies are, after all, Hindi movies - there are some, and then there are some. Yaariyan is neither. Its a mix of something here and something there, and then its a mix of everything. There's the coming of age theme, love, villains, action, rock music settings, family, psycho bullshit, Chetan Bhagat- esque hate for the father, patriotic fervour, naughty pranks, hot bods, not so hot bods, ribald attempts at humour (please note - not 'attempts at ribald humour'), middle age love themes, trauma, tear jerking, Mother India, the college culture fest setting, etc., etc., etc., etc., etc., etc.

All of the above are accompanied by poor acting, poor looking cast, multiple weak story lines.

Redeemers? Excellent music, some sets, Evelyn Sharma, Serah Sharma's sucker actions (till she reached the lollipop stage - go look up the difference). Those are about it.

Divya Khosla Kumar wanted to get a movie under the belt for her kitty party discussions. She should leave it here. The term 'regression' only looks good when coupled with analysis. Bollywood has moved a little ahead.


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