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B. Tech

B. Tech

05 May, 2018
2 hrs 26 mins
11,992 votes
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Set in Bangalore, the story revolves around a bunch of B. Tech students, who perpetually fail their examinations. Consequently, they are put to test as their lives get murkier and challenging. Will they be able to win over their challenges?
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A bunch of engineering students in Bengaluru struggle to get through the course due to their lackadaisical attitudes and frequent skirmishes within the college. An incident outside the campus though shakes them to reality and they are forced to confront it through a trial by fire. ...Read full review
Another campus film is in the theatres. And Bangalore has also come back as the backdrop. Mridul Nair`s maiden directorial B Tech portrays campus life, friendship, politics and some melting romance, while discussing the life of some Malayali engineering students, drop-outs, semester-backs and professionals in Bangalore. Though, a full-fledged campus movie with colourful portrayal of friendship and romance, B Tech also deals with some contemporary political issues like Islamophobia and vigorous student awakenings. ...Read full review
The movie that came to my mind immediately after watching Mridul Nairs debut film B. Tech was his Guru VK Prakashs movie Nirnayakam. I wasnt a big fan of Nirnayakam as it stretched too much around the issue it was trying to address. Much like that, B. Tech also has a socially relevant issue at the center of it. But the makers have stuffed too much of random things to make it a B. Tech story that at the end you will have a mixed bag of emotions. ...Read full review
Mridul Nairs debut directorial B.Tech is backed by ingredients that have more often than not spelled success in the box office recently a youth-centric plot about engineering students. The story of the film is by the director himself whereas as the screenplay and dialogues have been jointly written by Mridul Nair and Ramakrishna J Kuloor. ...Read full review
Mridul Nair`s debut venture B. Tech begins on a very cliched note, happily ticking off every criterion in the `today`s youth` checklist. There are a bunch of young guys who spend hours boozing, pub-hopping (the story is set in Bangalore) and idling around, that when the story takes a serious turn post interval, you are pleasantly surprised. Not that it wasn`t unexpected of Mridul and team, but because they dared to take up a very relevant subject and pack it with conviction whilst remaining faithful to the urbane chic genre. ...Read full review