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Chhodon Naa Yaar  (2007 - Hindi)

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  • Divya Solgama
    Divya Solgamawrote on Apr 5 2008 2:41PM

    An ordinary life was the last thing Ravi (Jimmy Shergil) wanted. Regular or run of the mill was never that he would do. That is why Ravi, along with his few friends decide to venture into something...which changed his life forever. When Ravi, Shiv (Kabir) & Sunny (Farid), three final year students from a Delhi mass communication college decide to make their diploma film about a myth prevalent in the northern hills of India, they did not know that the myth could well turn out to be the truth. And it turned out to be a stark & the most startling truth of their lives. Against the wishes of his girlfriend Rashmi (Kim sharma) & college professor Saxena (Ahmed Khan) who think that the Rubjeet is too dangerous to be considered for a college project, Ravi planned the trip. And Sunny eagerly joined in, perceiving it as a fun trip. And surely fun it was, when they began. But as they went deeper into the jungle, their courage & beliefs were put to test and then unprecedented thing happened. When their deepest fears & worst nightmares start to come true. Now, what will they do? How would they cope up? It was a question of their survival. Chasing his dream, doing what he believed in was always the most important thing for Ravi. But this time he went a little too far to turn back...and the price that he had to pay for it was something he never bargained for this wildest dreams.


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