Plot: Saying the truth was always difficult, and lying, they say, is much simpler. Shubendu lives by the tougher option. But when this honest, 42 year old balding writer falls in love with a 22 year old beauty queen, he is tempted to lie. Whats more, his jerk of a roommate, Gagan, who swears by the magic of lies, helps him cook up stories. What follows is a hilarious ride of lies, cover-ups, goof-ups and contradicting tales. Shubendu begins enjoying this ride. Why didnt he know that lying was so much fun?! But at some point, the madness has got to stop. The question is: When?
Rajat Kapoor & his Motley crew is back, this time with Saurabh Shukla at the helm of affairs. Attempting a rom-com with a difference, is this w...
Rajat Kapoor & his Motley crew is back, this time with Saurabh Shukla at the helm of affairs. Attempting a rom-com with a difference, is this worth a ticket spend?
A film that could have genuinely been much more entertaining, this one is best seen on cable TV.
Shubhendu (Rajat) is a balding 40 year old who fancies a young pretty girl (Manjari). He befriends her online & takes the help of his friend, roomate & perpetual liar Gagan (Ranvir Shorey) to make-up stories to impress the girl. Also on a parallel track, the film covers the funny side of Bollywood & what strugglers have to face.
As the lies begin to mount, the film eventually turns for the tried, tested & boring cliches and eventually covers a message of 'its not about the outside, its whats on the inside that counts'.
Part-funny, part-boring, this is a film where once again, the runtime plays the villain. Cut the flab & this was a definite timepass watch.
Rajat Kapoor is decent & Ranvir Shorey shines above the rest. The women are strictly ok.
Director Saurabh Shukla is surely a talent, but I strongly believe hes a better writer than a director.
To sum it up, I M 24 is a film better than the ridiculous title but still not worth the 250 bucks in the theater.