All the three are on their way to a birthday party at the beach house of Kesang’s ex-boyfriend Shanti (Teeshay Shah). On their way they are drugged and robbed and are left unconscious in a jungle.
When the three wake up, Chandu has bruises on his head, Bharat remembers nothing at all and Kesang is minus a panty. Oops!!
What follows are a series of scenes, most of which leave you confused and angry at the same time, as you do not know whether to cay or laugh.
Yahaan Sabki Lagi Hai rests mainly in it’s dialogues and that’s one area which is just all over the place. Songs erupt out of nowhere but thankfully they play only in the background.
The film is offbeat in every sense of the word, as you would like to beat yourself off seeing this one.
Yahaan Sabki Lagi Hai is a film that can be categorised as a comedy, philosophical thriller or a film with a message; well lets not waste our time doing this as it’s too cumbersome.
It took me a lot of time to finally assimilate myself and my senses post seeing this film. The film is different just for the sake of being one and I am amazed at the people who had the guts to actually put in monies to make something like this.
Both Cyrus Khambhatta and Tina A. Bose, have made the biggest mistake of their lives by turning directors.
Both these girls knew that this one was a hopeless case, even before it’s release and that’s why they opted for zero publicity for Yahaan Sabki Lagi Hai. Let’s applause them for this at least.
Best avoid this one totally.
Yahaan Sabki Lagi Hai revolves around a merchant navy officer Bharat (Varun Thakur), a rich girl Kesang (Eden Shyodhi) and her loyal driver Chandu (He...1.0