The youth-centric dramas have always been appealing, as the masses prefer exploring the new sources of widening the friendship.
Under its disguise whatever the flick conveys, the audience accepts with positive approach. Dil Chahta Hai, Rang De Basanti, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara are among few examples which have set benchmarks in the past.
Stars- Jimmy Shergill, Mohit Marwah, Vijinder Singh, Arfi Lamba, Kiara Advani
Director- Kabir Sadanand
Music Director- Honey Singh, Prashant Vadhyar and Raftaar
Fugly, on other side has somewhat similar premise, which travels through friendship, adventures and ultimately departs leaving behind an important social message but with lesser impact.
It could have been admirable when the plot wouldn't have been divided into subplots and the outcome would have been crisp and clear.
Dev (Mohit Marwah), Gaurav (Vijinder Singh), Aditya (Arfi Lamba) and Devi (Kiara Advani) and brings us to the shocking reality of, which mostly are unaware while those who knows, turn deaf ear.
Delhi is once again the destination where the plot is set to furnish with four die-hard friends Dev (Mohit Marwah), Gaurav (Vijinder Singh), Aditya (Arfi Lamba) and Devi (Kiara Advani). Devi has killer looks and can slay any man but is aware of a line which if anyone dares to cross will face her other side, may be that's why her friends calls her ‘Daayan'.
Gaurav is a boxer but only when he is in the ring. Also he is politician's son that gives him an added advantage but he has a heart of gold, which beats for his friends as he can do anything for them. Dev runs adventure camps for foreign tourists in Leh. He is a silent sort but when needed, could shut anyone's big mouth.