Four friends travel to Goa as one of them recently had a breakup. They soon meet two girls and quickly become friends, which leads to further complications in their lives. The film explores different romantic relationships that youngsters get into these days and has a humorous touch to it.
Four friends travel to Goa as one of them recently had a breakup. They soon meet two girls and quickly become friends, which leads to further complications in their lives. The film explores different romantic relationships that youngsters get into these days and has a humorous touch to it. less
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Nandu, hero of the movie has played many such roles so far and it seems like he is focussing on playing the guy forever desperate for women, over and over again. He has a gang of friends this time, as usual, one equally desperate, a writer and a reality show producer who has just lost his girlfriend of three years to the cameraman. It is a different thing that he is told later that of the three years, she has been cheating on him for two years and justifies it as being an independent woman who will do what she wants even if it means cheating on your decent boyfriend. On top of that she is angry with her present boyfriend that he has cheated on her. But, calling her a hypocrite will be taking this farce too seriously, because honestly, it doesn't deserve so much analysis.
Best Actors is about four guys who go to Goa for refreshing themselves. While one heartbroken guy finds love again, the two naughty ones land up in soup having unprotected sex with two women who then dangle the teaser on them with the caveat - "One of us has AIDS, so one of you has AIDS". That is the interval bang. To be honest, by then you would have survived more than an hour of meaningless lines, annoying jokes, sexism and skin show. So, you dont care. You had rather they have AIDS, so they learn the lesson that you dont have sex with total strangers without using protection. So what is the fuss about? That is the rest of the story.
Why would Maruthi invest in a filmmaking process as this is the bigger question. Why are women treated like crap in all our movies is another question. Why are the jokes always so sexist is the other question. None of the lines are nearly half as witty as what the actors are feeling off. The movie hardly gives you any laughs. It is borderline b-grade with good production values and that is about it. Watch it at your own peril!