It's been sixty years since India gained independence, but are we really free? Are we free to choose what we do with our lives? Are we free to fall in love without bothering about things like castes, class stratification and social standing?
Set against the chaotic socio-political background of present India, stumbling to come to terms with conflicts between remarkable modernity and deep-rooted archaic traditions, an era where the fight between the big cities and small towns is at its peak, comes a love story. A love story sealed with an impossible fate, the story of the bold Bablu and the bratty Dimpy.
Set against brutal clans and an increasingly violent landscape; will Bablu and Dimpy's love blossom? Will their love have a chance? The crux of this tale captures the lives of these two young conflicting protagonists, their battles with society and their coming of age love story.
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The producer of this movie Sajid Nadiadwala, who has known Tiger Shroff ever since he was born, was also deeply nervous about the prospects of the movie, especially because Tiger is the first actor he has ever launched in his distinguished career as a producer. Read More