Admissions Open Trailer

Admissions Open Trailer (2010)

14 May 2010 Drama, Comedy

The basic content of this film is all about a revolutionary movement started by the victims of our stereotypical education system. A disheartened IT professor called Tariq Siddhiqi, (Anupam kher) who is basically disappointed with the orthodox education system and Devang Tripathi (Ashish Vidyarthi) an alcoholic professor who is thrown out from Mumbai University for his abstract methodology for teaching and Arjun Sheghal, (Ankur Khanna) an under achieving student who disenchants the traditional education system as he doesn't believe in grading system and Priyanka (Arshi) who wants to break through the typical parental pressure of our society to accomplish her passion as a super model. Finally as they all possess the same perception towards our stereotypical education system, they decide to go against to it and they form an abstract pattern of education system to encourage the failed students of our society.

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Cast

Anupam Kher

as Professor Tariq Siddiqui

Arshi

as Priyanka

Ankur Khanna

as Arjun Sehgal

Pramod Muthu

as Dean Raghvendra

Ravi Pandey

as Sharad

Rati Agnihotri

as Radhika

Sudesh Berry

as Doctor

Shishir Sharma

as Mr. Sehgal

Crew

Raju Khan

Raju Khan Choreographer

International Releases Dates

India 14 May 2010

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