Story: The story revolves around six room-mates and their camaraderie. Irfan (Bhaumik Sampat), Sameer (Karanvir Sharma), Kabir (Kunal Pant), Jogi (Rohitt Arora), Safal (Parimal Aloke) and Rajat (Rohin Robert) s tay in Delhi, just like thousands of North Indians, in search of opportunities that were never available in their own home towns. They come from different backgrounds together, to share a two BHK apartment in a middle-class colony, which they lovingly call ‘Sadda Adda’ and live with a completely bindaas attitude. However, with time they come across many situations in life, but it's just the way they deal with it that decides their future. Story Treatment: 'The only thing that will stop you from fulfilling your dreams is you’, is one message which the movie screams out loud and leaves a very positive message, that life is about how you deal with your issues. The movie offers a pleasing experience, packed in very ‘Men will be Men’ style, yet keeping the emotions intact in the storyline. The story is simple, yet engaging. The emotional quotient is uninterrupted with different emotional backdrops. The first half establishes the characters without inducing much, but second half is more poignant and appealing. ' Star Cast: Bhaumik Sampat grabs one’s attention and has done complete justice to whatever he was offered, with his good looks and apt acting. Karanvir Sharma too promises to be a new talent to look forward to and impresses with his performance. Parimal Aloke, Rohin Robert and Kunal Pant get less scope, but again leave an impact on the viewers. Shaurya Chauhan makes her presence felt, while Rohitt Arora adds a funny side to the film without overdoing his act. Direction: Muazzam Beg does justice to the movie, while taking the script a level ahead. The director surely earns some brownie points for making his new star cast shine with their talent. Also, the direction clearly indicates his sense of understanding of the youth and how he's able to still pass on one serious message with such ease, registered with entertainment. Dialogues/cinematography/music: Dialogues are simple, convincing and funny, which assure entertainment. Cinematography is decent, a crispier editing could have added to the charm further. Sarphira song expresses the flavour of the movie, while leaves a feel good effect on ears. The title track Sadda Adda also explains the lifestyle of youngsters and suits the film’s theme. 3ups and downs: A film with a message and roofed with engaging entertainment, surely makes it a one time watch. No major star cast and promotions can act as a hindrance at the ticket window. It's a bit slow during the first half, but is successful in tickling the funny bone.