Sunday, 21 October 2012

Movie 'Student of the Year' shot in Dehra Dun, released

Take a cauldron. Mix in 'Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire' in generous doses, the essence of 'Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na', few minutes of some other films set in schools, and add a dash of '3 Idiots' for flavour. What you have is Karan Johar's latest offering, 'Student of the Year'. The director's latest offering justifies, to the last bit, the adage - 'all that glitters is not gold', Zee News reported.

Set in the picturesque locales of Dehradun, more precisely, in the Forest Research Institute and Kasiga School, 'Student of the Year' has every element of a Karan Johar school/college film. Beautiful surroundings; the fluff of snobbish, brand-obsessed people; few nerds - one of them bespectacled, inevitably; a dean who just doesn't understand the values of friendship and camaraderie and so on. You ask for it, and you get it. No stone is left unturned in leaving a large, bold Karan Johar signature on the film.

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