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Ashish Chowdhry, Arzoo Govitrikar, Roshni Chopra and Vinod Sherawat
Siddharth Anand Kumar and Ankur Tewari

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Thursday, January 1, 1970 • Hindi Comments

The ensemble film is about Armaan Pratap Singh who has spent the last four years of his life hanging loose in the US. But now, at 24, he's been hit by an identity crisis, which has brought him home to Delhi on a quest for self-discovery.

Part of this self-discovery is his desire to once again meet Shreya, his girlfriend in college. The question, "I wonder whether we still have the chemistry", haunts him.

The answer will soon be known when he throws a party at his lavish farmhouse. Shreya is coming with her friends Sonal and Piya. The old spark is still alive, but there's Sonal who finds herself drawn to Armaan.

At the party, Shreya meets Karan, a mysterious and quiet musician.

The ensemble film uses many characters and plot lines that intertwine rather than the classic narrative that is based on one set of protagonists in one situation. This relatively new genre started in the 1970s in America and has become increasingly popular with the rise of independent films and the willingness of studios to invest in younger filmmakers whose stories appeal to the younger movie audience.

The genre is very new in India, where films traditionally rely heavily on stars to bring in audiences. The emergence of multiplexes has allowed filmmakers to take more creative risks, making films on themes that are closer to the reality of a specific generation rather than generically appealing, and using a variety of talented performers playing smaller roles.

Ashish Chowdhry plays Armaan in the movie. Arzoo Gowitrikar, the sister of actress and model Aditi Gowitrikar, plays Shreya. Roshni Chopra stars as Sonal.

The music is by the Midival Punditz, comprising Tapan Raj and Gaurav Raina.