PG-13 | | Adventure, Comedy, Drama
Two friends are searching for their long lost companion. They revisit their college days and recall the memories of their friend who inspired them to think differently, even as the rest of the world called them "idiots".
25 December 2009 | Ankit Yadav
10 | This Christmas & New Year, go gift yourselves - watch this phenomena (Not for Professors) !
I'm an IITian myself and hence, needless to say, was looking forward to this movie as it is based on the life in ...
Shahrukh khan was offered the role of Rancho; he declined owing to lack of filming dates and interest.
Pia V. Sahastrabudhhe:
You Gujaratis are so cute. But why does your food sound so dangerous? Dhokla, fafda, handwa, thepla, khakhra, they sound like missiles. Today, Bush dropped two dhoklas on Iraq: 400 dead, 200 injured. I can deal with khakhra, fafda, but your name? ...
When Viru talks about NASA developing a pen for space that works in space, writes upside, and even underwater, Rancho gets a laugh and embarrasses the professor by stating that they could have used a pencil. The graphite in pencils is an electrical conductor and breaks off during use. In a weightless environment (like a spacecraft), these pieces of graphite could get inside controls and other delicate electrical equipment, causing all sorts of problems. This is why NASA developed a special pen. An engineering professor would likely know this and be able to respond to the student's quick, naive solution. However, during the scene where Viru gives Rancho the pen, he explains why NASA made the pen.
£437,554 (UK) (25 December 2009)
$6,523,137 (USA) (19 February 2010)
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