Story: The story revolves around four youngsters and the common string binding them is Facebook. Rahul is a rockstar and Vishal is a cool writer. While Preity is a photographer and hates guys, there's Malvika, a fashion designing student, who's elegance and beauty make her a complete head turner. However, what makes them spin around is their fake identities on Facebook and and how they conceal their individuality by pretending to be someone else. So, Preity becomes Malvika and Vishal becomes Rahul on Facebook and they start 'fraaandshipping' (befriending) each other. How the fake track of love exposes and the lovers discover their true love is what Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge is all about. Story Treatment: The story is refreshingly simple, yet predictable. Keeping with Y-Films’ vision of 'kick a**' films of the youth, by the youth, for the youth, the movie completely lives up to the expectations. The treatment given to a young at heart movie is extremely youthful. Also, what adds to the charm is the body language and lingo which makes this flick an obvious present-day representation of youth. However, a bit dragged and evident second half acts as a hindrance to the climax. Star Cast: Saqib Saleem walks away with the cake, by making his character seem full of life. This YRF discovery surely seems promising with his immense talent and guy-next-door looks. Saba Azad, who portrays her complicated character with ease, is also a delight to watch. Tara D'Souza looks gorgeous and has a small part to play, but does her bit effortlessly. Nishant Dahiya’s personality definitely helps him essay the character of a rock star confidently. The chemistry between Saqib and Saba’s, and their fraaandship leaves one amazed. Direction: Director Nupur Asthana knows her job well and probably also the demands of the youth. The director wins some brownie points for keeping the interest and refreshment alive in this rom-com. She also manages to make the movie serve right purpose of entertainment by making her star cast deliver their best. Nupur makes the process of storytelling interesting by her presentation, though after the interval it dips down unnecessarily. Dialogue/cinematography/music: The music of Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge adds a sparkle to the theme of the movie, as it's reasonably catchy. The songs carry the tone which defines youth. The dialogues are apt for the age group they want to showcase. No songs seem out of place and go pretty well with the mood. 3ups and Down: An entertaining presentation of the youth, with the right amount of romance, comedy and emotions attached to it, make this one a good flick. Four new entrants hold your complete attention with their true to life performances. The film gets restricted to a certain age group, which will definitely bring a mixed response to the movie.