Mere Dost Picture Abhi Baki Hai is a satire on the film industry, showcasing the struggle of a maker before he brings his film on to the marquee. It could be the struggle of thousands of strugglers in the Bollywood film Industry in Mumbai. Many of them who seek to make their passion, their profession and face the innumerable hurdles that follow, albeit in a humorous manner.
Mere Dost Picture Abhi Baki Hai - movie review
It is the journey of Amar Joshi (Sunil Shetty) who runs a video library in Benaras and aspires to be a filmmaker. Despite facing objection from his father, Amar decides to sell his video library and flies away to London to join a film institute.
After completing his course he lands in the city of dreams ‘Mumbai’ to make his film. Having no one in the film industry, nor any Godfather, Amar's only connection in Bollywood is Suraj (Rajpal Yadav) who is a st ....
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