Kai po che! (2013)

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Three friends growing up in India at the turn of the millennium set out to open a training academy to produce the country's next cricket stars.

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  • Sushant Singh Rajput and Rajkummar Rao in Kai po che! (2013)
  • Kai po che! (2013)
  • Sushant Singh Rajput in Kai po che! (2013)
  • Kai po che! (2013)
  • Amit Sadh in Kai po che! (2013)
  • Amit Sadh, Sushant Singh Rajput, and Rajkummar Rao in Kai po che! (2013)

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23 February 2013 | janianmol
| Kai Po Che defines "Good Cinema".
Believe me when I tell you this, almost anybody can write a book as long as you have a pen and paper and the thought of it. But to read a book like "Three mistakes of my life" makes you kill yourself and to even make a movie from that book, that takes more than a set of balls. I have many friends who are simply mad behind Hollywood movies, who say that it's just amazing. But when I ask them about Bollywood movies they just say one thing, "its not good cinema". Well, here's your answer, Kai Po Che is what truly defines good cinema. It's just beginning of the year 2013 and we already have a film which is well acted, has as much as comic feel and emotional reel and a big story behind it. Direction is very raw, which is something I like. The movie has a Desi feel to it which I believe everyone likes. The most important is that the Film music consist of only three songs, which is very well written and perfectly sung. If you haven't seen this movie than I will definitely recommend you to do that.

Kai Po Che in Tamil means "Lost my hands" which will probably happen to you when you will be applauding to this movie.

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