Jugaad is the real life story. Based on the MCD sealing in Delhi, this is the real first-hand experience of the successful CEO of an advertising agency. Jugaad, kicks off with hectic agency work culture coated with humorous and witty dialogues to gel with the present generation. The catch is Jugaad comes to life when the MCD locks the doors of advertising agency under the sealing drive. Life turns around to the worst and pushes the desperate CEO towards Jugaad and all makeshift efforts. In the process many characters like property dealer, power brokers, so called connected people with politicians and senior officers walk into the story. The successful CEO uses his best connections to influence the MCD officials but nothing succeeds. Thus begins the journey of SandeepKapur, left alone on the roads with his team (already looking for greener pastures)... towards struggles unforeseen. The film narrates the hero's patience and the amount of Jugaad (trickery and connections) that is required to re-establish his agency from scratch.
|Directed by||Anand Kumar|
|Written by||Sameer, Saahil Sultanpuri, Rohit Sharma, Adeel, Priyank Dubey|
|Music by||Sachin Gupta|
|Starring||Manoj Bajpayee, Hrishitaa Bhatt, Vijay Raaz|
A flashback unfolds here with King Vikramadeva of Mahishmati passing away suddenly, leaving behind an empty throne and an orphaned son, Baahubali. The kind and righteous Sivagami, wife to Bijjaladeva and biological mother to Bhalladeva, goes onto adopt her nephew and raises him as her own. This decision however, bears consequences; having to share his mother's love and the status of a crown prince, Bhallaladeva secretly grows to be highly jealous of and hateful toward Baahubali. His resentment further grows when his mother chooses Baahubali as the King of Mahishmati. After establishing that Sivudu is in fact the son of Baahubali and Devasena, the film ends in a cliff-hanger, leaving the audience wondering about the death of Baahubali.