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The movie depicts a journey carried out from Bangalore to Kochi by two friends, the reserved Avinash played by Dulquer Salmaan, and his friend Shaukat played by Irrfan Khan with a lighter take on life, who pick up the chirpy teenager Mithila on the way.Written by
Digant Nayak 96
A laughter riot, not one of your average typical Bollywood slapstick comedies where the actors are cracking lame jokes which we would crack in school. This isn't your typical comedy where there is confusion in the end of the movie and the director is trying hard to make you laugh.
This is new and genuine. It has 98% comedy and 2% serious. The serious scenes literally make you think and remember your dear ones.
Acting is awesome, you can never expect less especially from Irrfan Khan. He plays Shaukat. Dulquer Salman plays Avinash who has lost his father, Mithila Palkar acts as Tanya who has lost her grandmother in the same road accident. Now an irresponsible delivery agency swaps the coffins, Avinash has to go to Ooty and tags along with Shaukat and Tanya.
The laughter levels were very high in the cinema hall, not a single soul was silent. A great road trip movie after Bombay to Goa.
This is also one of those pleasant movies where you feel happy, like Yeh Mera Sunday, Delhi in a Day or Tum Milo Toh Sahi. A perfect cocktail for a beautiful day where you want to do nothing but smile and be happy.
Verdict: Don't miss if you love comedy
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