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  • ...fresh, breezy, naughty, nifty. It gives out a strong message without being weighed down by the social statement.

    79

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  • ...for the sincere performances and the topical subject of the film, one could sample this without expecting too much.

    49

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  • It's fairly entertaining but loses focus and wanders around aimlessly, just like its protagonists' road trip.

    39

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  • ...could have been much simpler and better film, one capable of touching your heart. Instead it ends up as a classic example of a director gone wrong in his attempt to bridge the gap between social and commercial themes.

    39

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  • If you rummage through the creative mess, you will find a gem or two. But for that, you really have to sit through Babloo Happy Hai which is part juvenile, part intense.

    39

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  • ...though bold and rather brave to base a film on AIDS and relationships, with excellent cinematography, the makers could have done with a better screenplay, with more details on dialogues and better comic gags.

    29

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  • The director has made strong message films before ( ‘I Am Kalam’) with much more clarity and success. This one tries to do the same but fails : the plot is weak and the acting amateurish.

    29

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  • The utter randomness of the title- considering the crux revolves around a bunch of randy youngsters being educated about HIV in the holy hills of Manali- is the least of its problems.

    29

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  • The truth of the matter is that Babloo may be happy, but the audience won't be.

    19

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