...a great satire on the cut-throat competition and fickle attitude of coaching institutes determined to earn as much as they can, and students who would rather die than not make it into IIT.
...the production is highly motivating, with a compelling story and outstanding performances that make this satire a must-watch.
The day-to-day life of Vaibhav, 16, and other students in Kota, India, a hub for coaching centers where young people go to prepare for various entrance exams.
Struggling with Physics, Vaibhav attempts to bend the rules to attend Jeetu’s classes. Meena frets that teenage hormones will get the best of him.
Jeetu searches for staff for his institute, making some reluctant choices along the way. Filled with self-doubt, Vartika evades practice tests at Aimers.
When a bout of jaundice slows Vaibhav down in his studying, Jeetu insists he calls his only hope to get well quickly: his mother.
JEE results send Kota into celebration mode and give Vaibhav, Meena and Uday glimpses into their own futures, but the occasion comes with sad truths.