Bubble Gum (2011)

Starring
Director
Sanjivan Lal
Producer
Sushma Kaul
Writer
Sanjivan Lal
Music
Hanif Sheikh, Bapi, Tutul
Lyrics
Prashant Pandey, Hanif Sheikh
Release
Friday, July 29, 2011
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Bubble Gum is a coming-of-age story set in a small industrial town of Jamshedpur in India about life of a teenager at a stage when you are no longer a child but yet to become an adult. This is a story of all of us at an age when we had properties of a Bubble Gum:
It's chewable!
It's stretchable!
It's phoolavable!
...beyond a point it breaks, creating a messy situation!
And ... It's very popular with teenagers!

BUBBLE GUM is a coming of an age story of family and for families....set in Industrial town of 1980 Jamshedpur - an era when there was no TV, Internet, mobile and face book! It is a fun, frothy and warm coming of an age story of a fourteen year old Vedant. He has just stepped out of childhood and has not yet stepped into adulthood. It is while going through turbulent phase of life in his academically critical year of Standard 9 first love or rather infatuation happens to him and sends his relationship with his family and his world upside down finally leading him to discover the meaning of love, life and relationship in a positive way!

It's a story that is highly relatable and identifiable as we all have been 14 & 15. We all have gone through that phase of life! It's a film which promises to take each of us down the memory lane... a film that promises to make everyone nostalgic about their childhood!