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Young love

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<b>UDAAN </b><br><br>is one of the best films in this genre, more so because it talks casually, and naturally, about the wild experimentation which is an inherent part of late adolescence. Rajat Barmecha plays a rebellious teen who dares to act against his father's extremely violent style of parenting. There are periods of uncertainty, depression as well as exhilarating freedom when he discovers the adult world.

Wonder years

September 22, 2012


UDAAN

is one of the best films in this genre, more so because it talks casually, and naturally, about the wild experimentation which is an inherent part of late adolescence. Rajat Barmecha plays a rebellious teen who dares to act against his father's extremely violent style of parenting. There are periods of uncertainty, depression as well as exhilarating freedom when he discovers the adult world.

<b>JO JEETA WOHI SIKANDER </b><br><br>will remain a landmark about how a teenager finally learns the importance of values in life. The dynamics of the relationship between the hardworking older brother and the glamour struck Aamir Khan were beautifully portrayed in the film.

Wonder years

September 22, 2012


JO JEETA WOHI SIKANDER

will remain a landmark about how a teenager finally learns the importance of values in life. The dynamics of the relationship between the hardworking older brother and the glamour struck Aamir Khan were beautifully portrayed in the film.

<b>JAANE TU YA JAANE NA </b><br><br>was refreshing because it didn't resort to any clichê. The romance in the film was unsentimental and cool - pretty much the trademark of teen love. Throw in the humour, the buddies and cool parents, and you had a recipe for a very real and believable teen movie.

Wonder years

September 22, 2012


JAANE TU YA JAANE NA

was refreshing because it didn't resort to any clichê. The romance in the film was unsentimental and cool - pretty much the trademark of teen love. Throw in the humour, the buddies and cool parents, and you had a recipe for a very real and believable teen movie.

<b>BOBBY </b><br><br>dealt with the innocence and despair of young love. Of course, it was a typical Bollywood product but Rishi Kapoor and Dimple brought to it some authentic freshness. MERA NAAM JOKER and NISHABD were two films that looked at a teen's adoration for and sexual attraction to an adult. Neither films went down well with the audiences.

Wonder years

September 22, 2012


BOBBY

dealt with the innocence and despair of young love. Of course, it was a typical Bollywood product but Rishi Kapoor and Dimple brought to it some authentic freshness. MERA NAAM JOKER and NISHABD were two films that looked at a teen's adoration for and sexual attraction to an adult. Neither films went down well with the audiences.

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