The movie is framed as intermittent flashbacks from the present day. The twist comes when on Graduation Day. After being awarded the Student of the Year title, Rancho mysteriously disappears into oblivion. The two idiots, Farhan and Raju, were looking for their long lost friend, Rancho, who touched and changed their lives. The mystery was solved soon after the intermission ends and a new journey begins. Three idiots is a comedy of ideas that is as provocative as it is funny, as wildly entering as it insightful. The movie was inspiring and life-revising work of art. It is suited for all ages. It is captivating as well as being funny and a lot of lessons there to be found. Though definitely good, the ending is simply too good to be true. Nevertheless, it is a fine film with a lot of heart, a lot of soul and everything else. It's an incredible piece of entertainment with an underlying message, but doesn't get too preachy at any point. I'd have found the screenplay flawless had the birth sequence towards the end wasn't so stretched. Putting that aside, it's miraculously excellent. Screenplay writers Hirani and Abhijat Joshi and screenplay associate Vidhu Vinod Chopra narrate a story that's straight out of life. It is a story that each one of us can relate to or identify with. The production of the movie was good because it complements each scene and we can easily determine how the story goes on. The music may sound plain ordinary to ears, but when viewed on screen, the score is just perfect. 'Give Me Some Sunshine', 'All Is Well', 'Zoobie Doobie' are three tracks that would grow on you after you've watched the film. The choreography of 'All Izz Well' and 'Zoobie Doobie' are eye-catching. The background score is right. The characters are good actors and actresses because they can deliver their roles as if it is their real personality. Every person behind the camera gives his/her best to the movie. Dialogues are snappy and totally effective. The soundtrack,...
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