We all have grown watching youth-centric Hindi films that are set in a city. As always, we put some expectations in place and want to see chic visuals and cool costumes on screen. That's an archetypal Bollywood-ish film for many. If there's a backdrop of a college and the actors studying there, it gives us many reasons to cherish. But, beating all the aforesaid myths to pulp is all about Kai Po Che - the term literally translates to â€œI have cut (the kite)â€ - a phrase used to display the jubilation that's a post-effect of making your opponent's kite flightless! The movie stays true to the the essence of the phrase and is a cut above the rest. The film is devoid of 'Love is in the air' hook-ups, tear-jerking break-ups and above all candy-floss visuals and songs. It's only the deft story-telling technique that refines an otherwise simplistic story.
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