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02 Sep, 2016 2 hrs 02 mins A
Sunny Kaushal, Nida Chakraborty, Deepak Kalra, Subha Rajput, Mayank Kalra, Divyajyoti Sharma, Sooraj Ohri, Ashrut Jain, Suhas Joshi
Shailendra Singh pays tribute to his own baby, the annual 'Sunburn' festival here by stressing on it's popularity and aspirational value.

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Story: Two boys from Kashmir - Sunburn (Sunny Kaushal) and Rajma Romeo (Ashrut Jain), hatch out a plan to fulfil their lasting dream of experiencing India's biggest EDM festival, Sunburn in Goa, live. Do they succeed?

Review: The besties plan a road trip from Kashmir to Goa via Delhi, Jaipur and Ahmedabad. They pick fellow revellers on the way and they all become one big family in no time, thus inviting their share of conflicts and sacrifices. Sadly, none of it touches your heart.

Shailendra Singh pays tribute to his own baby, the annual 'Sunburn' festival here by stressing on it's popularity and aspirational value. It's the only activity on the bucket list of the central character here. Sadly, the festival is way cooler than this shoddy promotional vehicle for it and deserved a better film.

To begin with, the movie claims to be based on actual events but that seems far-fetched. It's unlikely for someone in Kashmir or Himachal Pradesh to be mad about Bollywood songs, let alone Electronic Dance Music. Even if it's true, the amateur and unimaginative execution fails to convince you to believe so.

Surprisingly, none of the scenes bother to explain why Sunny's character is crazy about EDM since he was nine or who introduced him to it. The heart of the story lies in his passion for EDM, which itself isn't explored enough. The supporting characters are outright bizarre. Everyone slaps each other as a mark of friendship and girls in hot pants wearing 'BABY' neckpieces seem as inconsequential to the story as the shirtless 'Chamdi' boys.

Barring Sunny Kaushal and the old man playing Peter, everyone acts juvenile. A few scenes do evoke emotions but they too are nullified as the director opts for cheap laughs soon after. Even the music of the film fails to capture sunburn's exuberance and spirit.

Sitting through this two hour long advertisement feels more exhausting than travelling from Kashmir to Goa by road.
Avg Users’ Rating 1.9/5 ( 35 users )
Bhavin Dave
Bhavin Dave
doesnt seem to be a better movie. not worth spending money
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