Anurag Kashyap takes not just 1 but 2 teen stories with a conflict at the end which will make you question your moral stand. Genz's Can relate and for anyone above we have Vicky Kaushal as DJ Mohabbat.
Teenagers and school hierarchies always go together. It's inevitable. Who does not want to be the popular kid? So when their mother goes away on a business trip, two bickering brothers unite to secretly attend the year's most exciting party before her return.
The social media generation now has a movie to relate to. Three close friends navigate the challenges of being in their twenties in Mumbai, where they encounter a mix of love, ambition, and heartache amidst the captivating influence of social media.
Excel Entertainment is on a roll with Teen dramas with not just 2 but 3 movies in the same year. The film captures the "I'll change the world" perspective of every teenager not to dim the light but to ignite the fire. People who think they can change the world, often do.
Gippi, a plus-sized adolescent, grapples with managing the bodily and societal adjustments that accompany her adolescence. Eventually, she discovers how to release her insecurities and embrace herself for precisely who she is.
Four unwilling children who have lost their parents are taken in by a wealthy businessman who unintentionally caused their parents' death. The grieving children harbor resentment towards him and disrupt his life, prompting God to send an angel to assist in setting things straight.
The Duggal family desires to improve their quality of life. Now, it is the responsibility of the family's leader, who works as a school teacher, to seize the opportunity that has presented itself.
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