Based in England, Nikhil Mathur is employed as an Investment Banker and has a idealist girlfriend in Radhika Awasthi. His friend, Jignesh Patel, works as a Security Guard in a mall and is the guardian of Veer, his late sister's son, and under close scrutiny of the Social Services Department. Global recession takes a toll on Nikhil - he not only loses his job but also his investments, while Jignesh gets fired for failing to prevent theft by a minor. Nikhil is unable to find employment and after Jignesh gets fired from yet another job, the duo end up working as male escorts with 'Desi Boyz' as Rocco and Hunter, and bring in enough income to keep them going. Radhika soon finds out and dumps Nikhil, while a Social Worker, Vikrant Mehra, takes custody of Veer and has him placed in a foster home. With their lives turned upside down, the duo blame each other and part company. Unable to even speak with Radhika.
Corrie F (ru) wrote: LOL @ "...thats how you fuck family"
Ricardo A (ca) wrote: Joshua it's a tense and scary psychological thriller that takes the well known premise and tells a story of a messed up family.
Michael S (ag) wrote: Basically a modern day masterpiece if I ever saw one. It's slightly hard to recommend to everyone due to being 3 hours, subtitled and relatively slow paced. Still it's one of the most rewarding film's I have seen in a long time. A little past the 2 hour mark, there is a scene in which two men sit and one of them shows off a magic trick. Moments later he is able to name each card from the deck starting at the top. Even though I knew this scene was rehearsed, and that he wash't actually naming these cards, it still left me mystified, and reminded me of the absolute beauty in well crafted art. Go watch this movie, It's fantastic,
Carlos Z (kr) wrote: Cute movie about finding oneself
Jude P (ag) wrote: Travolta shouldn't have been in this trivial joint. But he keeps the story alive.