Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge (Hindi)
Release Date:October 14, 2011
If Rahul the rock star has got the voice and the looks, Vishal, the writer has the brains. If Malvika, the fashion design student and biker chick can get heads turning with just her looks, Preity, the photographer, can say a million things with her pretty pictures. What Vishal and Preity can't do, is spell it out to Malvika and Rahul that they heart them.
But 'Liking' someone on Face book is a lot easier. And when you can't make it on your own, the best thing to do is to fake it. So, Vishal becomes Rahul and Preity becomes Malvika by taking their identities online and they start fraaandshipping each other. They chat, 'like', tag and LOL together and do a great job of pretending to be someone else. But, the question remains, how long can you fake true love?
In short, Rahul loves Malvika. And Malvika loves Rahul. But Rahul is not Rahul. Rahul is Vishal. And Vishal loves Malvika too. But Malvika is not Malvika either. Malvika is Preity. And Preity loves Rahul. But Preity hates Vishal. And Vishal hates Preity.
Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge is a kewl rom-com, if you like young, child-like fun. It's easy-going, well-edited and breezy-paced. The dialogue is witty and snappy, much like the characters. Campus romances have always occupied a soft corner in my heart. Like many of us, a huge portion of school and college revolved around "who likes who?" and what they are going to do about it. It took me back to those days, so, I 'like'.
The keen must watch on screen; else DVD - for campus romance lovers and those who like young rom-coms.
Final few words: Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge is fun, lively and will release all the possible feel good chemicals in your body. Best enjoyed with a gang of friends.
Ticket Meter : worth 150/- bucks.
I am intensely tempted to ridicule the unmistakable impact of the movie “The Social Network” and the TV series “Gossip Girl” in MFK.
This film is a decent watch. When the leads are as young as this (21 year olds in this film), one does expect some silliness, and yes there is some. However, the college kids in this movie, unlike other disasters I’ve watched actually have minds of their own. Both Preity and Vishal have their own interests – she loves photography and he is a computer whiz. They are strong personalities in their own right, complete with witty one-liners and snarky barbs. It was fun watching them interact on screen, because these characters never pretended to be more than just plain goofy young adults figuring out the world – they actually had believable personalities.