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Mere Dost Picture Abhi Baki Hai  (2012 - Hindi)

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Mere Dost Picture Abhi Baki Hai cumulative rating: 1.25 out of 51.25/5 (47 users)

Mere Dost Picture Abhi Baki Hai critics rating: 1.35 out of 5 1.35/5 (9 critics)

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Mere Dost Picture Abhi Baki Hai story, synopsis, plot

Plot Summary: Amar Joshi runs a video library in Varanasi but aspires to be a filmmaker. In order to pursue his dreams, he sells his video library and joins a film institute in London. After completing his course, he starts the struggle to become a filmmaker.

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    Manisha Bhanushali

    By Manisha Bhanushali(14 Aug 2012)

    The film scrutinises the hypocritical and wannabe ways of Bollywood through another B-grade film Suniel Shetty plays Amar Joshi, a Benaras-based DVD retailer who, despite parental opposition, puts together enough money for a course in filmmaking in London . After educating himself at this premier institute, he returns to India with a sensational script-idea about a true incident of a journalist probing a medical scam who later gets gang-raped.

    He lives with his best friend Suraj (Rajpal Yadav) in a tiny apartment that has an Ameesha Patel poster on the refrigerator while Hrithik Roshan adorns the wall.

    This was an engaging script, a largely untried satirical approach to Bollywood, which could have been so much more if a competent director was at the helm.

    As it is, it is a forgetful film laced with vulgar dialogues that pass for humour, worn out production values and acting that will make you cringe.The film scrutinises the hypocritical and wannabe ways of Bollywood through another B-grade film Suniel Shetty plays Amar Joshi, a Benaras-based DVD retailer who, despite parental opposition, puts together enough money for a course in filmmaking in London . After educating himself at this premier institute, he returns to India with a sensational script-idea about a true incident of a journalist probing a medical scam who later gets gang-raped.

    He lives with his best friend Suraj (Rajpal Yadav) in a tiny apartment that has an Ameesha Patel poster on the refrigerator while Hrithik Roshan adorns the wall.

    This was an engaging script, a largely untried satirical approach to Bollywood, which could have been so much more if a competent director was at the helm.

    As it is, it is a forgetful film laced with vulgar dialogues that pass for humour, worn out production values and acting that will make you cringe.