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27 Mar, 2015 1 hr 44 mins
Varun Thakur, Eden Shyodhi, Heerok Das, Teeshay, Sandip Ghosh, Asxem Dlean, Pavitra Sarkar
Just when you think it might stand out for its unconventional approach and spontaneity, it goes into an arty zone that evolves into nothing.

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Story: A few individuals with diverse philosophies get drugged and robbed during a road trip. How this unfortunate incident alters their life, shapes their thinking and brings about a sea change in their outlook towards society forms the story.

Review: Merchant Navy officer Bharat (Varun Thakur) and poor little rich girl Kesang (Eden Shyodhi), whose lovers happen to be common friends, plan a short trip to get together with their partners. Kesang's loyal driver Chandu (Heerok Das) offers to drive them to the desired vacation home. However, their impromptu road-trip goes awry, when they get drugged and robbed on the way. The crooks steal all their valuables and leave them unconscious in a jungle. As the three struggle to find a way out of this nightmare, they find themselves questioning their beliefs and value system.

As filmmakers, it's not enough to have a strong desire to make a point. How you manage to get it across to the audience matters a lot. Predominantly made for the urban youth, Yahaan Sabki Lagi Hai (Everybody Gets Screwed Here) fails on several grounds. While the characters (rich and poor) are shown to be manipulated and victimised by socio-economic circumstances, instead of feeling their angst or turmoil, they come across as rebels without a cause as the film lacks a concrete story. Its abstract concept makes no impact, pseudo-intellectual execution fails to strike a chord and irrelevant scenes elongate your agony. This is quite unfortunate, since the dialogue-driven, conversation film begins well. Just when you think it might stand out for its unconventional approach and spontaneity, it goes into an arty zone that evolves into nothing. You keep waiting for the big picture but it just doesn't exist. All the three lead actors Varun Thakur, Eden Shyodhi and Heerok Das act well but the latter proves to be the most effective.

Ordinary lives make for extraordinary tales if told commendably, which is not the case here.
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