||Sadda Adda (2012) | Hindi Movie
||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. They struggle for the rent as they struggle for things to fall in to place – and clearly, like most real stories – it is not easy. Samir (Karan Sharma) is a theatre actor who manages to bag a role in a Hollywood film to be shot in India – but loses it all when he falls in love with the rich and (wannabe) sexy Shreya. Shreya (Shaurya Chauhan) loves her drag racing and feels that she need not care about Samir for their lives are their own. Irfan (Bhaumik Sampat) works in an architectural firm where Riddhima (Kahkkashan Aryan), his colleague wishes that she did not have a boy friend so as she could hit on Irfan and has a boss who thinks Muslims are not trustworthy and yet steals Irfan’s project blueprints to pass it off as his own. Rajat (Rohin Robert) wants a white collar job in the US and his dad gives him a year’s time to figure out his way or return to make roads and houses as all ‘Jats’ do. Kabir (Kunal Panth) a door-to-door Aquaguard salesman hopes to make it big – but jobs just never come his way. Safal (Parimal Alok) is the 'shudh' Hindi speaking IAS aspirant from Bihar – doesn’t drink, doesn’t smoke and addresses the rest of debaucherous flatmates as – ‘Paapi!’. Jogi (Rohit Arora) – the youngest of the bunch has the best business sense and has no qualms about taking care of the house while the other 5 are away. Their lives come to a standstill when Safal commits suicide after not clearing the Civil Services Exams on his last attempt. But life moves on – as Samir stumbles in his career, Rajat leaves for New Jersey; while Jogi takes over Kabir’s door-to-door ‘Aquaguard’ hawking, Kabir is still job hunting; and as Irfan tries to get Kabir a break – he gets fired. Real situations – real people.