The film features two impish but well meaning boys from a village Dungya (Parth Bhalerao ) and Dhairya (Pratik Lad) who are a big trouble for their village and so their teacher (Srikant Yadav) thinks of an idea to send them away to a distant boarding school to learn discipline under a strict principal Fernandes (Zakir Hussain) who believes in the adage that a rod will discipline the child but Parth and Pratik are more than a handful of them and after an initial rejection they are welcomed by the students especially their other schoolmates who experience a sense of freedom for the first time, especially their roommate Kabir (Sumant Shinde) who has a problem with his cancer afflicted mother (Shilpa Tulaskar) who doesn’t reveal the name of his father to him and he has a chip on his shoulder and he ignores his mother and aunt (Sharvari Jamenis) and is generally quite and remorseful but Parth and Pratik help him to come out and enjoy life and they also help him to start afresh his relationship with his mother. There is one more boy whose parents are getting divorced and Kabir helps him to escape which raises the ire of his principal who considers him as one of his favorite students but there is also a well meaning teacher Manoj ( Santosh Juvekar) who identifies with the students and helps them to develop a free relationship with their principal. The film resembles films like Hum Nahin Sudhrenge, Allah Ke Bandey, Mr. Holland’s Opus. The film is well directed and the director succeeds in sending a good message across. Parth Bhalerao is a bundle of energy and talent and he is the life of the film and Pratik Lad supports him well. Sumant Shinde is a future star in the making. Shilpa Tulaskar, Sharvari Jamenis, Santosh Juvekar, Zakir Hussain, Srikant Yadav, Vaibhav Mangle, Ramesh Wani, Bhalchandra Kadam, Ritika Shrotri, lend able support. Sunny Leone’s item number is well shot and for the masses. Technically a very superbly shot film. Overall an enjoyable film

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