The movie begins with Chandu (Siddharth Narayan) and Siri (Shruti Haasan) as childhood friends. Their friendship remains intact even as they grow up. Chandu who was sent to mumbai to do MBA, instead learns music and returns home which leads to agony of his father. However, Siri convinces Chandu's father that it is her responsibility to take care of Chandu's career. Prior to that, Siri accepts the love proposal by Uday (Navdeep), who lives in US after consulting Chandu. Later, Chandu and Siri accidentally meet their common friend in college, Ritu Sharma (Hansika Motwani) and Chandu falls in love with her at first sight. Chandu starts spending time with Ritu to impress her, but Siri feels that she is being avoided. Siri decides to leave for a dancing School at Chennai. Meanwhile, Ritu accepts Chandu's love proposal. When Siri is about to leave, Chandu apologises her that he had not noticed that she was being avoided.
michael l (it) wrote: The story line wasn't necessarily bad but the acting was abysmal.
David S (mx) wrote: I don't care what anybody says, these films are genuinely terrifying. The makeup design, the sound that they make, the way the move. Everything about these movies make me a little uneasy, which is extremely hard to do to me anymore. I don't think I ever have not felt a certain type of wagw when watching a Rec. Spanish horror is great, as was Rec 4
Qi Z (us) wrote: A delusion in love and its dangers.
caroline m (br) wrote: normal teen drama but I LOVE IT (and eve too haha)
Juan M (fr) wrote: In spite of Woody Allen's annoying performance and some flaws in the script, this is one of his best minor comedies.
Michael S (kr) wrote: This movie is one of those that sticks with me. It has a similar feel to Blade Runner and the music of Mark Isham and song by Marriane Faithful have kept the soundtrack on my frequent play for years.
Christopher S (ru) wrote: Despite Don Siegel's solid direction, the moody black and white cinematography, and an intense early performance by John Cassavetes, it all adds up to a rather shrill juvenile delinquent melodrama due to a script full of ham-fisted messages and characters that are thin caricatures. Even Franz Waxman's boisterous jazz score is overbearing. A surprisingly annoying disappointment.
bloody w (it) wrote: people somehow find themselfs randomly at the Hewitt house in 1968 and they all die that's the movie its not interesting enjoyable or good