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Hunterrr (2015)

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Mandar, an ordinary guy is obsessed with sex and chases girls until he meets Tripti and decides to settle down with her.


Harshavardhan Kulkarni, Vijay Maurya (dialogue)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Gulshan Devaiah ... Mandar Ponkshe
Radhika Apte ... Tripti
Sai Tamhankar ... Jyotsana Surve
Veera Saxena Veera Saxena ... Parul Kotak
Rachel D'Souza Rachel D'Souza ... Shobha NT
Hansa Singh ... Savita Sahay
Divya Seth Shah ... Lady at the airport (as Divya Shah)
Sagar Deshmukh ... Dilip
Neena Kulkarni ... Mandar's Mother
Vaibhav Tatwawaadi ... Kshitij (as Vaibbhav Tatwawdi)
Kiran Khoje ... Kshitij's Wife
Shalva Kinjawadekar Shalva Kinjawadekar ... Young Mandar
Ayli Ghiya Ayli Ghiya ... Jigna (as Ayli Pramod Ghiya)
Kallirroi Tziafeta ... Miss World
Jyoti Subhash


Mandar Ponkshe is an ordinary guy, meaning there is hardly anything extraordinary about him. He is maybe 5'8" or 5'9". He dresses very un-dandily if there was such a term, wears a goatee to hide what could be considered a weak chin. Mandar does not attract attention because he wants to be seen as ordinary. But behind that facade is a story - of an interesting past life that has been led. His single-minded pursuit of girls, tall and short, stout or with a pout. He's funny unconventionally without meaning to be witty. His friends have lost all hope of him settling down, as they know that he doesn't plan to. And then suddenly he meets someone whom he starts liking... and falls in love with. What will happen now? Will she know about his past? Will he able to hide his Hunterrrr reputation? The story of a guy, who doesn't want to grow up!

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Comedy | Romance


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Did You Know?


debut of Kiran Koje and Veera Saxena. See more »


Remade as Babu Baga Busy (2017) See more »


Performed by Khamosh Shah
Music by Khamosh Shah
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Will be a cult classic one day.
23 January 2020 | by kaku-abhiSee all my reviews

This is my honest opinion, Bollywood is still isn't ready for such films. One of those films which are way ahead of their time. Storyline is perfect, a smooth ride which takes you from childhood memories to adulthood. It's a unique concept and writer/director has perfectly executed his job. Two things which blew my mind were casting and music direction. Gulshan has always been an underrated actor according to me and we all know Radhika's caliber. Special mention to actors who played Kshitij and Jyotsna, they totally did justice to their characters. Young Mandar, young Kshitij and young Dilip, loved to see you all, you all must have a great career ahead. Speaking of music, perfect time of every track in the movie. Amit Trivedi will make you emotional if you have lost a dear friend too. All in all, a must watch. I was shocked to see an IMDb rating of 7. This movie will definitely be a cult classic. Maybe in 2060, people will fall for it.

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Release Date:

20 March 2015 (India) See more »


Box Office


INR45,000,000 (estimated)
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Production Co:

Phantom Films See more »
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Technical Specs




Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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