10 Upcoming ambitious Google Projects

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10 Upcoming ambitious Google Projects

 

What’s up guys hope you are doing well today. We want to talk about 10 ambitious Google alphabet projects. you may not have heard about you give insulin Safety Organisation in October of 2014 with alphabet became. Its Parent company projects that handle scope businesses such as Google search engines and Android versus one out into separate of big companies with their own serials all of these moonshot projects cover everything from making smartphones to creating Robot that can work in humans. But even Google proper which now falls on the alphabet still has decided some of these futuristic projects here. 10 most ambitious moonshot projects and the alphabet and what they have to accomplish.

 

10 Upcoming ambitious Google Projects

 

  1. Delivery Drones

The prestige delivery drone project wing is alphabets desire to replace. You mean when was trying ground EP 18 October 2014 day was better inside as you have the project woodwork. The Drone will lower package using a winch II tiny robot on the ground these robots Golden View all the packages to be safe from alphabet plans in releasing the Drone delivery service to the public in 2017 project. When is 1 by Google access the company on the alphabet.

10 Upcoming ambitious Google Projects

10 Upcoming ambitious Google Projects

2. Smart Contact Lenses

Smart contact lenses alphabet is PCV. Smart contact lenses are solar powered and collect biological data about the weather sensor embedded in the contacts good collect information like, body temperature and blood alcohol content that take child ok Nelson 2014. That it was receiving contact lenses that would use tiny Greeku Central to measure sugar levels in YouTube. The project is 1 by alphabets for my company which was originally named Google life sciences mixtape.

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3. Internet-beaming Hot Air Balloons

Internet-beaming hot air balloon Project Loon is alphabets desire to bring internet usage of the world’s population using internet beaming hot air balloons. The project has been in the word since 2011 about two years before it wasn’t walked to the public the solar-powered balloons fly at high altitude to provide broadband to areas without internet access the specifics about. The project works here for a balloon is 100 lacs Nationalist cancel.

 

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4. Cancer-Detecting Pills

Cancer-detecting feels the textile is designing tiny magnetic particles that can look into signs of cancer and other diseases in the human body. The project has a Wi-Fi at least another 4 years away from being ready for the prime time the project is being run by the Google X research lab.

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5. Internet Beaming Drones

Internet Bima gram alphabet has two approaches to be on the internet Around. The World Water balloons and bronze the Tech join what Titan Aerospace which makes the solar powered Rosabelle fly nonstop previous Aerospace 250 has a wingspan of 150. 15 is equipped with 3000 solutions which can provide 7150 electricity to stay a bond for 5 years they can take loan project is one as a part of project Python and the Google.

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6. Boston Dynamics

Next, of robots, Google turn alphabet acquire a ton of robotic companies in 2013 one that stands out is Boston Dynamics. Boston Dynamics quiz and number of robot inspired by animals to add milk to use the one picture deer is called the Cheetah robot. The fast like a robot in the world the Cheetah robot can get a speed of 29 miles per hour to watching us 18.1 miles per hour speed records set by MIT in 1989. You can see a list of alphabets robotic project share all robot project someone has a part of reference which is controlled by Google.

 

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7. A lot of demand for Battery

What is actually pretty difficult one, there is a lot of demand for Battery is the last longer when it comes to creating population gym items like smart forms. We have SBI PO Larry Page to learn lesson 2013 then Thirumalai for mobile devices is a huge issue real potential to invent new and better experiences a small people just for members is currently working on that issue and the Google X.

 

 

 

8. Google Cloud Platform

Next of joint genomics towing services given who stole the genome in the cloud $25 and the storage system could have a major impact on the scientific community. The hope is to collect millions of genomes to eat in scientific research as a multi-review report to the system could 18 collecting cancer genome clouds that would allow Francis to share information and one Bridge experiment the project is 1 and the Google.

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9. Cures Death

Kids project to cure the tech joint has taken on the ambitious project of extending the average lifespan. The research being done has been kept really. Harsh but we know researchers are looking at things like jeans that prove a little longer lifespan in certain people. The project is one Bakkhali tour company and the alphabet that stands for California Life Company.

 

Batti Gul Meter Chalu movie review: Shahid Kapoor is the only fluctuates and film with good intentions Complete reviews of 'Batti Gul Meter Chalu' Movie Cast: Shahid Kapoor, Shraddha Kapoor, Divyendu Sharma, Ashrut Jain, Yami Gautam Director: Shree Narayan Singh Producer: Bhushan Kumar Music Director: Anu Malik, Rochak Kohli Duration: 2 hours, 55 minutes Language: Hindi (U/A) Rating: 2 Stars (Out of 5) This weekend, Batti Gul Meter Chalu released in the Multiplexes and Cinemas. The long-delayed project stars Shahid Kapoor, Shraddha Kapoor, Divyendu Sharma and Yami Gautam in the lead. The film revolves around the common man's struggle against the electricity company in Uttrakhand. Is this courtroom drama worth your time? Read our review and decide. The principal issue at the heart of the film - the plight of consumers who are at the mercy of unresponsive power industry players in the absence of an effective grievance redressal mechanism - is undeniably topical. We are well aware of how notoriously unreliable bijli supply and billing in our cities and towns is, but when that relevant theme is put into a Bollywood grinder that thrives on the song and dance routines, token melodrama, and gratuitous (often sexist) humor, it loses its acuity. The film revolves three friends living in Tehri, Uttrakhand. Naughty (Shraddha Kapoor), runs a boutique and dreams of becoming a big name in the fashion industry someday, Tripathi (Divyendu Sharma) is a straight-laced guy who yearns to run his own small-scale unit, believing that hard work and honesty are enough to run a business. SK (Shahid Kapoor) is the most cunning of the lot. A canny lawyer, he specializes in running extortion scams and getting money from local businessmen, scaring them into submission through the threat of a lawsuit. Naughty likes both but hasn't made up his mind about choosing one as her life partner. Finally, like his honesty, she chooses Tripathy, only to find that SK has cut off from them because of that. That's the reason he doesn't help them when Tripathy comes to him for legal advice. Troubled with mounting expenditures, Tripathy decides to commit suicide. That's when SK's conscience awakens and he decides to fight the good fight, not only for his late friend but also for the millions too helpless to take on the system. To make a private electricity corporation the enemy is easier than to take a stick to a non-functioning government department. But the film makes up by displaying well-judged anger against the systemic apathy and negligence which makes common people victims. It gives Shahid a chance to mouth crowd-pleasing dialogues which he does with elan, especially when he is jousting with the rival lawyer (Gautam) in a female judge’s (Mukherjee) court, said judge’s sense of fairness trumping her love for cricket. And it gives us, the viewers, a chance to share in the righteous outrage of those we are watching, and cheer when things start getting better. Singh, whose previous outing Toilet Ek Prem Katha was with Akshay Kumar, has an easier job this time around. Shahid’s character is more cad than the hero, even though Kapoor can’t resist doing some amount of grand-standing and hero-girl. Shraddha bravely dons the most hideous ‘ordinary small-town girl’ outfits to her advantage, and Sharma gets almost as big a role as the other two. We believe that these are people like us, and we want them to win. Star Performance: Shahid Kapoor shines as SK and is in his top form. While Shraddha Kapoor delivers yet another charming performance. Divyenndu Sharma and Yami Gautam have done justice to their roles. Music Direction: The film's music is good. Songs like Dekhte-Dekhte, Gold Tamba are already hit by the audience. This kind of film can turn too preachy for its own good, but Batti Gul Meter Chalu is careful not to get too much in lecture-mode. The rest of it made me smile, and gave me pause: how do you expect people to live without ‘bijli’ in today’s world? It is, as SK says thunderously, a fundamental right. Direction: The film's direction is good. The cinematography is also good. Despite its best intentions to speak about a social issue that matters, the movie misses its mark by a long margin. While the dialogues seem to be lazily written. Or Not: the film because it throws light on the issue of electricity, which is a fundamental human right. Batti Gul Meter Chalu movie review: Shahid Kapoor is the only fluctuates and film with good intentions Complete reviews of 'Batti Gul Meter Chalu' Movie Cast: Shahid Kapoor, Shraddha Kapoor, Divyendu Sharma, Ashrut Jain, Yami Gautam Director: Shree Narayan Singh Producer: Bhushan Kumar Music Director: Anu Malik, Rochak Kohli Duration: 2 hours, 55 minutes Language: Hindi (U/A) Rating: 2 Stars (Out of 5) This weekend, Batti Gul Meter Chalu released in the Multiplexes and Cinemas. The long-delayed project stars Shahid Kapoor, Shraddha Kapoor, Divyendu Sharma and Yami Gautam in the lead. The film revolves around the common man's struggle against the electricity company in Uttrakhand. Is this courtroom drama worth your time? Read our review and decide. The principal issue at the heart of the film - the plight of consumers who are at the mercy of unresponsive power industry players in the absence of an effective grievance redressal mechanism - is undeniably topical. We are well aware of how notoriously unreliable bijli supply and billing in our cities and towns is, but when that relevant theme is put into a Bollywood grinder that thrives on the song and dance routines, token melodrama, and gratuitous (often sexist) humor, it loses its acuity. The film revolves three friends living in Tehri, Uttrakhand. Naughty (Shraddha Kapoor), runs a boutique and dreams of becoming a big name in the fashion industry someday, Tripathi (Divyendu Sharma) is a straight-laced guy who yearns to run his own small-scale unit, believing that hard work and honesty are enough to run a business. SK (Shahid Kapoor) is the most cunning of the lot. A canny lawyer, he specializes in running extortion scams and getting money from local businessmen, scaring them into submission through the threat of a lawsuit. Naughty likes both but hasn't made up his mind about choosing one as her life partner. Finally, like his honesty, she chooses Tripathy, only to find that SK has cut off from them because of that. That's the reason he doesn't help them when Tripathy comes to him for legal advice. Troubled with mounting expenditures, Tripathy decides to commit suicide. That's when SK's conscience awakens and he decides to fight the good fight, not only for his late friend but also for the millions too helpless to take on the system. To make a private electricity corporation the enemy is easier than to take a stick to a non-functioning government department. But the film makes up by displaying well-judged anger against the systemic apathy and negligence which makes common people victims. It gives Shahid a chance to mouth crowd-pleasing dialogues which he does with elan, especially when he is jousting with the rival lawyer (Gautam) in a female judge’s (Mukherjee) court, said judge’s sense of fairness trumping her love for cricket. And it gives us, the viewers, a chance to share in the righteous outrage of those we are watching, and cheer when things start getting better. Singh, whose previous outing Toilet Ek Prem Katha was with Akshay Kumar, has an easier job this time around. Shahid’s character is more cad than the hero, even though Kapoor can’t resist doing some amount of grand-standing and hero-girl. Shraddha bravely dons the most hideous ‘ordinary small-town girl’ outfits to her advantage, and Sharma gets almost as big a role as the other two. We believe that these are people like us, and we want them to win. Star Performance: Shahid Kapoor shines as SK and is in his top form. While Shraddha Kapoor delivers yet another charming performance. Divyenndu Sharma and Yami Gautam have done justice to their roles. Music Direction: The film's music is good. Songs like Dekhte-Dekhte, Gold Tamba are already hit by the audience. This kind of film can turn too preachy for its own good, but Batti Gul Meter Chalu is careful not to get too much in lecture-mode. The rest of it made me smile, and gave me pause: how do you expect people to live without ‘bijli’ in today’s world? It is, as SK says thunderously, a fundamental right. Direction: The film's direction is good. The cinematography is also good. Despite its best intentions to speak about a social issue that matters, the movie misses its mark by a long margin. While the dialogues seem to be lazily written. Or Not: the film because it throws light on the issue of electricity, which is a fundamental human right. Batti Gul Meter Chalu movie review: Shahid Kapoor is the only fluctuates and film with good intentions Complete reviews of 'Batti Gul Meter Chalu' Movie Cast: Shahid Kapoor, Shraddha Kapoor, Divyendu Sharma, Ashrut Jain, Yami Gautam Director: Shree Narayan Singh Producer: Bhushan Kumar Music Director: Anu Malik, Rochak Kohli Duration: 2 hours, 55 minutes Language: Hindi (U/A) Rating: 2 Stars (Out of 5) This weekend, Batti Gul Meter Chalu released in the Multiplexes and Cinemas. The long-delayed project stars Shahid Kapoor, Shraddha Kapoor, Divyendu Sharma and Yami Gautam in the lead. The film revolves around the common man's struggle against the electricity company in Uttrakhand. Is this courtroom drama worth your time? Read our review and decide. The principal issue at the heart of the film - the plight of consumers who are at the mercy of unresponsive power industry players in the absence of an effective grievance redressal mechanism - is undeniably topical. We are well aware of how notoriously unreliable bijli supply and billing in our cities and towns is, but when that relevant theme is put into a Bollywood grinder that thrives on the song and dance routines, token melodrama, and gratuitous (often sexist) humor, it loses its acuity. The film revolves three friends living in Tehri, Uttrakhand. Naughty (Shraddha Kapoor), runs a boutique and dreams of becoming a big name in the fashion industry someday, Tripathi (Divyendu Sharma) is a straight-laced guy who yearns to run his own small-scale unit, believing that hard work and honesty are enough to run a business. SK (Shahid Kapoor) is the most cunning of the lot. A canny lawyer, he specializes in running extortion scams and getting money from local businessmen, scaring them into submission through the threat of a lawsuit. Naughty likes both but hasn't made up his mind about choosing one as her life partner. Finally, like his honesty, she chooses Tripathy, only to find that SK has cut off from them because of that. That's the reason he doesn't help them when Tripathy comes to him for legal advice. Troubled with mounting expenditures, Tripathy decides to commit suicide. That's when SK's conscience awakens and he decides to fight the good fight, not only for his late friend but also for the millions too helpless to take on the system. To make a private electricity corporation the enemy is easier than to take a stick to a non-functioning government department. But the film makes up by displaying well-judged anger against the systemic apathy and negligence which makes common people victims. It gives Shahid a chance to mouth crowd-pleasing dialogues which he does with elan, especially when he is jousting with the rival lawyer (Gautam) in a female judge’s (Mukherjee) court, said judge’s sense of fairness trumping her love for cricket. And it gives us, the viewers, a chance to share in the righteous outrage of those we are watching, and cheer when things start getting better. Singh, whose previous outing Toilet Ek Prem Katha was with Akshay Kumar, has an easier job this time around. Shahid’s character is more cad than the hero, even though Kapoor can’t resist doing some amount of grand-standing and hero-girl. Shraddha bravely dons the most hideous ‘ordinary small-town girl’ outfits to her advantage, and Sharma gets almost as big a role as the other two. We believe that these are people like us, and we want them to win. Star Performance: Shahid Kapoor shines as SK and is in his top form. While Shraddha Kapoor delivers yet another charming performance. Divyenndu Sharma and Yami Gautam have done justice to their roles. Music Direction: The film's music is good. Songs like Dekhte-Dekhte, Gold Tamba are already hit by the audience. This kind of film can turn too preachy for its own good, but Batti Gul Meter Chalu is careful not to get too much in lecture-mode. The rest of it made me smile, and gave me pause: how do you expect people to live without ‘bijli’ in today’s world? It is, as SK says thunderously, a fundamental right. Direction: The film's direction is good. The cinematography is also good. Despite its best intentions to speak about a social issue that matters, the movie misses its mark by a long margin. While the dialogues seem to be lazily written. Or Not: the film because it throws light on the issue of electricity, which is a fundamental human right.

 

10. Intelligence 

And next smallest is artificial intelligence deep mind, which is the companies AI research from falls in the Google as a traditional product. Google has made message strizheus refining is AI in January google human error Complex game of go for the very first time. I was also capable of learning to play and win Atari 2600 games without any prior instruction in 2015 movies interior companies. AI system was able to successfully navigate a maze on computer games the same way a human word that stays with these post. Guys, I hope you found this will use for you will be coming of us more interesting topics like this so stay tuned and until next time have a great day.

Batti Gul Meter Chalu movie review: Shahid Kapoor is the only fluctuates and film with good intentions Complete reviews of 'Batti Gul Meter Chalu' Movie Cast: Shahid Kapoor, Shraddha Kapoor, Divyendu Sharma, Ashrut Jain, Yami Gautam Director: Shree Narayan Singh Producer: Bhushan Kumar Music Director: Anu Malik, Rochak Kohli Duration: 2 hours, 55 minutes Language: Hindi (U/A) Rating: 2 Stars (Out of 5) This weekend, Batti Gul Meter Chalu released in the Multiplexes and Cinemas. The long-delayed project stars Shahid Kapoor, Shraddha Kapoor, Divyendu Sharma and Yami Gautam in the lead. The film revolves around the common man's struggle against the electricity company in Uttrakhand. Is this courtroom drama worth your time? Read our review and decide. The principal issue at the heart of the film - the plight of consumers who are at the mercy of unresponsive power industry players in the absence of an effective grievance redressal mechanism - is undeniably topical. We are well aware of how notoriously unreliable bijli supply and billing in our cities and towns is, but when that relevant theme is put into a Bollywood grinder that thrives on the song and dance routines, token melodrama, and gratuitous (often sexist) humor, it loses its acuity. The film revolves three friends living in Tehri, Uttrakhand. Naughty (Shraddha Kapoor), runs a boutique and dreams of becoming a big name in the fashion industry someday, Tripathi (Divyendu Sharma) is a straight-laced guy who yearns to run his own small-scale unit, believing that hard work and honesty are enough to run a business. SK (Shahid Kapoor) is the most cunning of the lot. A canny lawyer, he specializes in running extortion scams and getting money from local businessmen, scaring them into submission through the threat of a lawsuit. Naughty likes both but hasn't made up his mind about choosing one as her life partner. Finally, like his honesty, she chooses Tripathy, only to find that SK has cut off from them because of that. That's the reason he doesn't help them when Tripathy comes to him for legal advice. Troubled with mounting expenditures, Tripathy decides to commit suicide. That's when SK's conscience awakens and he decides to fight the good fight, not only for his late friend but also for the millions too helpless to take on the system. To make a private electricity corporation the enemy is easier than to take a stick to a non-functioning government department. But the film makes up by displaying well-judged anger against the systemic apathy and negligence which makes common people victims. It gives Shahid a chance to mouth crowd-pleasing dialogues which he does with elan, especially when he is jousting with the rival lawyer (Gautam) in a female judge’s (Mukherjee) court, said judge’s sense of fairness trumping her love for cricket. And it gives us, the viewers, a chance to share in the righteous outrage of those we are watching, and cheer when things start getting better. Singh, whose previous outing Toilet Ek Prem Katha was with Akshay Kumar, has an easier job this time around. Shahid’s character is more cad than the hero, even though Kapoor can’t resist doing some amount of grand-standing and hero-girl. Shraddha bravely dons the most hideous ‘ordinary small-town girl’ outfits to her advantage, and Sharma gets almost as big a role as the other two. We believe that these are people like us, and we want them to win. Star Performance: Shahid Kapoor shines as SK and is in his top form. While Shraddha Kapoor delivers yet another charming performance. Divyenndu Sharma and Yami Gautam have done justice to their roles. Music Direction: The film's music is good. Songs like Dekhte-Dekhte, Gold Tamba are already hit by the audience. This kind of film can turn too preachy for its own good, but Batti Gul Meter Chalu is careful not to get too much in lecture-mode. The rest of it made me smile, and gave me pause: how do you expect people to live without ‘bijli’ in today’s world? It is, as SK says thunderously, a fundamental right. Direction: The film's direction is good. The cinematography is also good. Despite its best intentions to speak about a social issue that matters, the movie misses its mark by a long margin. While the dialogues seem to be lazily written. Or Not: the film because it throws light on the issue of electricity, which is a fundamental human right. Batti Gul Meter Chalu movie review: Shahid Kapoor is the only fluctuates and film with good intentions Complete reviews of 'Batti Gul Meter Chalu' Movie Cast: Shahid Kapoor, Shraddha Kapoor, Divyendu Sharma, Ashrut Jain, Yami Gautam Director: Shree Narayan Singh Producer: Bhushan Kumar Music Director: Anu Malik, Rochak Kohli Duration: 2 hours, 55 minutes Language: Hindi (U/A) Rating: 2 Stars (Out of 5) This weekend, Batti Gul Meter Chalu released in the Multiplexes and Cinemas. The long-delayed project stars Shahid Kapoor, Shraddha Kapoor, Divyendu Sharma and Yami Gautam in the lead. The film revolves around the common man's struggle against the electricity company in Uttrakhand. Is this courtroom drama worth your time? Read our review and decide. The principal issue at the heart of the film - the plight of consumers who are at the mercy of unresponsive power industry players in the absence of an effective grievance redressal mechanism - is undeniably topical. We are well aware of how notoriously unreliable bijli supply and billing in our cities and towns is, but when that relevant theme is put into a Bollywood grinder that thrives on the song and dance routines, token melodrama, and gratuitous (often sexist) humor, it loses its acuity. The film revolves three friends living in Tehri, Uttrakhand. Naughty (Shraddha Kapoor), runs a boutique and dreams of becoming a big name in the fashion industry someday, Tripathi (Divyendu Sharma) is a straight-laced guy who yearns to run his own small-scale unit, believing that hard work and honesty are enough to run a business. SK (Shahid Kapoor) is the most cunning of the lot. A canny lawyer, he specializes in running extortion scams and getting money from local businessmen, scaring them into submission through the threat of a lawsuit. Naughty likes both but hasn't made up his mind about choosing one as her life partner. Finally, like his honesty, she chooses Tripathy, only to find that SK has cut off from them because of that. That's the reason he doesn't help them when Tripathy comes to him for legal advice. Troubled with mounting expenditures, Tripathy decides to commit suicide. That's when SK's conscience awakens and he decides to fight the good fight, not only for his late friend but also for the millions too helpless to take on the system. To make a private electricity corporation the enemy is easier than to take a stick to a non-functioning government department. But the film makes up by displaying well-judged anger against the systemic apathy and negligence which makes common people victims. It gives Shahid a chance to mouth crowd-pleasing dialogues which he does with elan, especially when he is jousting with the rival lawyer (Gautam) in a female judge’s (Mukherjee) court, said judge’s sense of fairness trumping her love for cricket. And it gives us, the viewers, a chance to share in the righteous outrage of those we are watching, and cheer when things start getting better. Singh, whose previous outing Toilet Ek Prem Katha was with Akshay Kumar, has an easier job this time around. Shahid’s character is more cad than the hero, even though Kapoor can’t resist doing some amount of grand-standing and hero-girl. Shraddha bravely dons the most hideous ‘ordinary small-town girl’ outfits to her advantage, and Sharma gets almost as big a role as the other two. We believe that these are people like us, and we want them to win. Star Performance: Shahid Kapoor shines as SK and is in his top form. While Shraddha Kapoor delivers yet another charming performance. Divyenndu Sharma and Yami Gautam have done justice to their roles. Music Direction: The film's music is good. Songs like Dekhte-Dekhte, Gold Tamba are already hit by the audience. This kind of film can turn too preachy for its own good, but Batti Gul Meter Chalu is careful not to get too much in lecture-mode. The rest of it made me smile, and gave me pause: how do you expect people to live without ‘bijli’ in today’s world? It is, as SK says thunderously, a fundamental right. Direction: The film's direction is good. The cinematography is also good. Despite its best intentions to speak about a social issue that matters, the movie misses its mark by a long margin. While the dialogues seem to be lazily written. Or Not: the film because it throws light on the issue of electricity, which is a fundamental human right. Batti Gul Meter Chalu movie review: Shahid Kapoor is the only fluctuates and film with good intentions Complete reviews of 'Batti Gul Meter Chalu' Movie Cast: Shahid Kapoor, Shraddha Kapoor, Divyendu Sharma, Ashrut Jain, Yami Gautam Director: Shree Narayan Singh Producer: Bhushan Kumar Music Director: Anu Malik, Rochak Kohli Duration: 2 hours, 55 minutes Language: Hindi (U/A) Rating: 2 Stars (Out of 5) This weekend, Batti Gul Meter Chalu released in the Multiplexes and Cinemas. The long-delayed project stars Shahid Kapoor, Shraddha Kapoor, Divyendu Sharma and Yami Gautam in the lead. The film revolves around the common man's struggle against the electricity company in Uttrakhand. Is this courtroom drama worth your time? Read our review and decide. The principal issue at the heart of the film - the plight of consumers who are at the mercy of unresponsive power industry players in the absence of an effective grievance redressal mechanism - is undeniably topical. We are well aware of how notoriously unreliable bijli supply and billing in our cities and towns is, but when that relevant theme is put into a Bollywood grinder that thrives on the song and dance routines, token melodrama, and gratuitous (often sexist) humor, it loses its acuity. The film revolves three friends living in Tehri, Uttrakhand. Naughty (Shraddha Kapoor), runs a boutique and dreams of becoming a big name in the fashion industry someday, Tripathi (Divyendu Sharma) is a straight-laced guy who yearns to run his own small-scale unit, believing that hard work and honesty are enough to run a business. SK (Shahid Kapoor) is the most cunning of the lot. A canny lawyer, he specializes in running extortion scams and getting money from local businessmen, scaring them into submission through the threat of a lawsuit. Naughty likes both but hasn't made up his mind about choosing one as her life partner. Finally, like his honesty, she chooses Tripathy, only to find that SK has cut off from them because of that. That's the reason he doesn't help them when Tripathy comes to him for legal advice. Troubled with mounting expenditures, Tripathy decides to commit suicide. That's when SK's conscience awakens and he decides to fight the good fight, not only for his late friend but also for the millions too helpless to take on the system. To make a private electricity corporation the enemy is easier than to take a stick to a non-functioning government department. But the film makes up by displaying well-judged anger against the systemic apathy and negligence which makes common people victims. It gives Shahid a chance to mouth crowd-pleasing dialogues which he does with elan, especially when he is jousting with the rival lawyer (Gautam) in a female judge’s (Mukherjee) court, said judge’s sense of fairness trumping her love for cricket. And it gives us, the viewers, a chance to share in the righteous outrage of those we are watching, and cheer when things start getting better. Singh, whose previous outing Toilet Ek Prem Katha was with Akshay Kumar, has an easier job this time around. Shahid’s character is more cad than the hero, even though Kapoor can’t resist doing some amount of grand-standing and hero-girl. Shraddha bravely dons the most hideous ‘ordinary small-town girl’ outfits to her advantage, and Sharma gets almost as big a role as the other two. We believe that these are people like us, and we want them to win. Star Performance: Shahid Kapoor shines as SK and is in his top form. While Shraddha Kapoor delivers yet another charming performance. Divyenndu Sharma and Yami Gautam have done justice to their roles. Music Direction: The film's music is good. Songs like Dekhte-Dekhte, Gold Tamba are already hit by the audience. This kind of film can turn too preachy for its own good, but Batti Gul Meter Chalu is careful not to get too much in lecture-mode. The rest of it made me smile, and gave me pause: how do you expect people to live without ‘bijli’ in today’s world? It is, as SK says thunderously, a fundamental right. Direction: The film's direction is good. The cinematography is also good. Despite its best intentions to speak about a social issue that matters, the movie misses its mark by a long margin. While the dialogues seem to be lazily written. Or Not: the film because it throws light on the issue of electricity, which is a fundamental human right.