Yarriyan-first love, first challenge, first outbursts, first strong bonds of friendships!

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Hindi, Punjabi
10 Jan, 2014
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Yaariyan is a story of close knit 5 friends who are exploring the best moments of their lives in college, experiencing different relationships and learning new values every day. Yaariyan is about different characters, their bonding, their friendship, their problems, their fun, their mistakes, their relations. It is about their yaariyan during good and bad, thick and thin. Yaariyan is about all your first - first love, first challenge, first outbursts, first strong bonds of friendships.
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`Grease` was the word. Helping hormone-rushed youngsters slide into puberty and outta tight-fitting pants. `Yaariyan` could have been the word. About friends, first-kisses and hot flushes. Peppered with candy-crushes and teenage desires furthest from reality. So we have Bettys and Veronicas crushing on extra-smiley Archies, all the while shaking their `toohs` and `tees` (beep, beep!) at beach parties. Of course, with thoda ambition, kuch-kuch competition, and mostly out-of-classroom lessons. ...Read full review
Oh oh. We also need a story. What to do? What to do? We also have to look intelligent and involve some foreign location because budget is not a restraint. Hmm. Brainwave. How about some Australian fellow wanting to build a resort on the ground that the college stands on and then he agrees to give back the land if the Indian students win a random Indian culture versus Australian culture competition? Culture is anyway a much abused and least understood word in this country, so why not we make full use of it too? And we have a Gulshan Grover to play our mock serious principal of the college, who surprisingly doesn`t burst out into a laughter while explaining this bizarre turn of events to the students. Great story. Wow. Let`s high five each other. ...Read full review
Yaariyan, it was claimed, is a college romance. But if you look closely, you will find that it is not one but several college romances put together such as Jo Jeeta Wahi Sikandar, Main Hoon Na and Ishq Vishk. Divya Khosla Kumar casts fresh faces on a budget of Rs 11 crore, swings the camera from Sikkim to Australia and plays in to every stereotype about teens under the sun and I still cannot figure out what the film was about to begin with. ...Read full review

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