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A group of interns are going through the usual grind when suddenly an accident changes their lives. The protagonist can't get let go of it and becomes obsessed with it. What does it all lead to? Is it love or something else?
Four friends (Luke, Murgi, Joy and Pondy) wasted by youth and self destruction play together in a band along with a fifth female member (Shiuli). Luke the lead singer and self-imposed ... See full summary »
Kay Kay Menon,
A boxer (Shravan) belonging to upper cast, trains at a gym controlled by a local Don (Bhagwan Das Mishra). Shravan falls for Mishra's niece (Sunaina). The Don does not approve of this match because of previous scuffle between Bhagwan and Shravan. Shravan strives to win Sunaina's hand in marriage and becomes a successful boxer while trying to avoid retaliation from the Don.Written by
This film is actress Zoya Hussain's feature debut, where she plays a mute girl. To prepare for the role, she spent several months learning non-verbal language and the character's mannerism. Her disability symbolizes the lack of voice of women in her region. See more »
Awesome film, when will this beautiful, diverse country ever be rid of caste system n fringe elements.
In the city of Bareilly, in Uttar Pradesh, aspiring boxer Shravan slogs day and night to achieve his dream of becoming a professionally recognized boxer. Things go awry when he falls in love with a high caste, mute girl, Sunaina, who happens to be the niece of his arch nemesis, the head of the state boxing federation, Bhagwan Das Mishra. To marry his love, he needs a job and for him, the path to a stable government job is through Boxing. But what Shravan doesn't expect is that in India, Boxing is about everything else but the sport, which is heightened by the volatile political climate of Uttar Pradesh. While he slogs day and night in preparation for his tournament fights, what he isn't prepared for is uphill casteism, nepotism, doping, religious fanaticism and a continuous class struggle.
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