|Producer||Ramesh B. Agarwal, Rajiv R. Agarwal, Tarun R. Agarwal |
| Director||Muazzam Beg|
| Music||Shamir Tandon|
| Writer||Muazzam Beg |
| Release Date||13-Jan-2012|
| Cast||Karanvir Sharma, Rohin Robert, Bhaumik Sampat, Kunal Pant, Rohit Aroram, Shaurya Chauhan, Kahkkashan Aryan, Parimal Aloke, Maryam Zakaria|
About Movie:- SADDA ADDA, a youth centric movie, written and directed by Muazzam Beg and stars Karanvir Sharma, Bhaumik Sampat, Rohin Robert, Rohit Arora, Kunal Pant and Parimal Aloke, Shaurya Chauhan, Kahkkashan Aryan. SADDA ADDA, the producers of the romantic-comedy film Ramesh B. Agarwal, Rajeev R. Agarwal and Tarun R. Agarwal, expect a block buster of the year, especially the youth, who wouldn't love to spend a fun-filled and laughter.
Tarun R. Agarwal is sure about his film and expect audience appreciation. The film is about 6 young guys,who come together from different states to Delhi. They not only share a 2 BHK apartment but also the valor and fortitude to follow their dreams. The story revolves around the ups and downs of their lives. It’s a movie for those who leave their home and try to settle down in metropolitan cities to fulfill their dreams.
Movie Review:-The story revolves around 6 boys crammed in to a 2 bed room house they call ‘Sadda Adda’ – Samir, Kabir, Irfan, Rajat, Jogi and Safal. Each of the boys have their own battles to fight, own dreams to chase and even some love to make the tough moments bearable.The movie is urban in its approach, with roots going back to small towns from where the central characters come from. Their home, as expected, is in a mess, with a detailed daily chart of who will do what during the day. However, there's just one guy, Jogi, who ends up doing most of the work as the others bully him around.
Direction, Dialogues and Music:- His uneven direction and some average acts work against the merits of this intermittently engaging boy-bonding movie. the performances are unsteady. Neither do you love their acts wholly, nor do you despise their untapped potential in totality.
Overall:-The movie is a decent amount of fun. Yes, the actors are new and inexperienced, but some Scenes are good.