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Student Of The Year

Student Of The Year

19 Oct, 2012
2 hrs 21 mins
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`Student Of The Year` is set in a school called St. Teresa`s which is one of India`s premiere academic institutions. Every year the students compete with each other to win `Student Of the Year`s trophy. Three competitions take place and the student with the highest score in all the competitions emerges as the winner. Our story begins with two boys Abhi and Rohan who meet each other in St. Teresa`s in their final year. Soon their gang of their friends extends to Shanaya and her friends. They become friends and it appears that nothing can tear them apart until things turns upside down when Abhi and Shanaya fall for each other and the `Student Of the Year` competition begins. As friendships are tested and passions run high, `Student Of The Year` rushes towards an exciting climax.
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It`s KJo-Wala Love Served fresh and piping hot from the Dharma college canteen of romance. And it`s a high (class) school that you`d never want to miss a lecture of, ever. Except that it has its own set of Karan rules. Read the prospectus: 1. Leave your text-books at home but ensure you`re carrying your designer bags and heels. 2. Drive a Ferrari to school, or if you`re poorer, take a bike ...Read full review
The hardest job on a Karan Johar film set must belong to the cleaners, who I imagine spend most of the day on their knees scrubbing floors, dusting furniture, and basically making sure everything is spotless. The directors new film, Student of the Year, is set on an impossibly chic campus where good-looking teenagers are invariably breaking into song or breaking into fights. Yet you`ll never spot a carelessly strewn cola can or even a stray sheet of paper lying around in the corridors or in the canteen. Oh those poor cleaners ...Read full review
A lot has changed since I wrote my first ever piece, the music review of Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. I was still a student that year (1998) when I penned down my thoughts on Jatin-Lalit`s soundtrack for Karan Johar`s directorial debut in a rough note book while listening to every song over and over again on my prized Discman. ...Read full review
The students of the prestigious St Teresa school in Dehradun all exist in some strange North Indian bubble male students show off their super-toned bodies and finely-honed muscles while swimming, running or dancing to wedding sangeet with their kurta buttons open. The heroine and her rival`s skirts are smaller than their bags and they continually hover around the said muscular heroes vying for their attention. ...Read full review