Nookayya (Manoj Manchu), who calls himself Nokia, is an expert cell phone thief. He has a good heart though and together with his friends Nampally (Paruchuri Venkateswara Rao) and Charger (Vennela Kishore), he takes care of orphans and abandoned kids. He is deeply in love with Shilpa (Sana Khan), who is a waitress in a pub. Sana wants Nokia to settle down in life with a nice car, lots of cash and a house in order to marry. A desperate Nokia starts hunting for ways to achieve these things in life. On a separate note, Anu (Kriti Kharbanda) and Kiran (Raja Abel) are a newly married couple. On a trip to Bangalore, Kiran is kidnapped by a gang headed by Shajahan Bismil (Murali Sharma) and they demand a ransom of 2 Crores.
Writer:Paruchuri Brothers (dialogue), Ani Kanneganti (screenplay), Ani Kanneganti (story)
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Jasrick J (gb) wrote: A quirky love tale, the story begins with Nikhil (siddharth) a mischievous guy who falls in love with Karishma (adah sharma) at his sister's wedding. Karishma's sister Meeta (parineeti) is a rebellious kind of girl who has issues with her family. With Karishma's request Nikhil arranges for Meeta to stay at his place without her parents?? knowledge. Eventually, they both fall in love. What happens after that forms the rest.The director has come up with a romantic storyline and the presentation was rich, the narrative was good.The dialogues are witty . The script was predictable but the screenplay made it interesting. The background score was melodious and three songs were worth watching. Cinematography was impressive. A little editing was needed during the first half, but the second half makes up for it. Costumes were trendy and youthful while the art department was colorful. Siddharth Malhotra has done his part with sensitivity and elegance, he was good. Parineeti Chopra was energetic and has that rugged sex appeal which cannot be missed. Adah is a fine performer. Sharat Saxena was superb, Manoj Joshi was the best, Neena Kulkarni was natural, Sameer Khakkar was standard. Others did their bit as required.This is not one of those regular rom-coms which revolves around a boy meets a girl and they fall in love. This film is very original, its wacky, sad, hilarious, but above all the film is very entertaining, and has a very new feeling to it. Overall, this is a film which would strike a chord with the youth and romance seekers. A must watch in my opinon!!!!
Brad H (us) wrote: I couldn't even finish watching this. So disappointed!
Jamie C (ru) wrote: A typical Vince Vaughn film, A big let down, Very unfunny most of the way through, Cute in places, But the only funny bit was the yoga class, It felt like a overlong documentary on how to deal with marriage.
Joseph L (es) wrote: It is understandable that this film was needed to set up for The Avengers. However, that doesn't excuse the generic plot which makes this utterly forgetful.
Mark F (fr) wrote: Schmaltzy Hallmark type thing. Can't deal with it.
Ben C (es) wrote: Stupid and kind of long, but entertaining enough.
Timothy G (de) wrote: Classic. A must see. Winner of 13 Woodbridge Awards. Catalyst for Tha Rollerboy Saga. Sho' Nuff.
Anthony S (es) wrote: A movie I am pretty sure that no one has seen. Wasn't that bad. I guess worth seeing. Pretty good love story between an American soldier and a Polish woman.
Emily H (gb) wrote: possibly better than umbrellas of cherbourg... love, love, LOVE this movie!
Kyle E (ag) wrote: Day-o. You say day, you say day, you say dayyy-oooo. This movie is very comical. Winona Ryder's Lydia Deetz, is so odd and interesting which equally balances out between Baldwin & Davis's Adam and Barbara, a couple who are normal and have never been able to have a baby. Michael Keaton kills it as Beetlejuice and is extremely psychotic and that makes us love him even more.
Becky T (mx) wrote: One of my favorite Adam Sandler movies. A little too much swearing, but generally funny.
Irina G (jp) wrote: Great visuals and music, this movie definitely raised the bar in cinema history.