|Mod (English : Turn)|
|Directed by||Nagesh Kukunoor|
|Produced by||Sujit Kumar Singh
|Story by||Nagesh Kukunoor|
|Music by||Tapas Relia|
|Editing by||Sanjib Datta|
|Distributed by||Kukunoor Movies
The movie is about a 25-year-old woman named Aranya (Ayesha Takia). She lives in a hill station called Ganga with her father, Ashok Mahadeo (Raghuvir Yadav) and aunt, Gayatri Garg (Tanvi Azmi). Ashok is the head of the local Kishore Kumar Fan club while Gayatri runs a restaurant. Aranya and Ashok still wait for her mother who left them to pursue her dream in the city. A shopkeeper, Gangaram, has feelings for Aranya.
In order to support herself and her father, Aranya runs a watch repair store where she ends up meeting a stranger named Andy (Rannvijay Singh). He comes everyday to get his water-logged watch repaired and leaves a 100 note in the form of an Origami swan. Eventually, they fall in love. The story takes a dramatic turn when Aranya discovers the truth about Andy, who claims to be her classmate.He admits that he had a crush on her and had even agreed to wait 10 years to see her. She takes a liking to him and both hang-out together while she attempts to deal with her creditor, Gangaram, and increasing pressure from R.K. Constructions who want to build a resort. Then her world will shatter around her when she finds out that Andrew had been killed several years ago, and the male claiming to be him is actually an unknown and unstable inmate from the local mental institute.
- Ayesha Takia as Aranya Mahadeo
- Rannvijay Singh as Andy/Abhay
- Raghuvir Yadav as Pravin Ayakutti
- Tanvi Azmi as Gayatri Garg
- Anant Mahadevan
- Gulfam Khan as Nurse
- Prateeksha Lonkar as Mrs. Raymond
- Nakul Sahdev
The music for the film was composed by Tapas Relia.
|1.||"Tu Hi Tu"||Shivam Pathak & Shreya Ghoshal||5:32|
|2.||"Ai Meri Jaaniya"||Shivam Pathak||4:14|
|3.||"Chand Pal Ke Hamsafar"||Shankar Mahadevan & Shreya Ghoshal||6:20|
|4.||"Aaj Main Ho Gayi Jawaan"||Raghubir, Shreya Ghoshal & Hrishikesh||4:49|
|5.||"Tu Hi Tu" (Unplugged)||Vijay Prakash||4:48|
|6.||"Aaj Main Ho Gayi Jawaan" (Remix)||Raghubir & Shreya Ghoshal||4:38|
The film received a lukewarm response from most of the critics. Komal Nahta the editor of Koimoi.com quoted "Mod will not be able to score at the ticket windows" and gave it one star. Leading Bollywood portal Movie Talkies stated "'Mod', not quite the turning point for Nagesh Kukunoor".
- "Mod Movie Story".
- "Mod(2011) Cast,first look,information, crew and more". Retrieved 10 August 2011.
- "Mod Review". 14 October 2011.
- "Mod Movie Review". 15 October 2011.
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