Naughty date review
Three childhood friends - Raja (Kaif Khan), Harry (Ramanjeet Singh) and Ballu (Virendra Singh) - have always been mischievous by nature and see no harm doing anything to get their job done.
But when adulthood happens, and they are faced with a few serious challenges that life throws at them, the trio realises a few lessons about it.
This is stressful because there are only a few days in December where our schedule isn’t already filled up with orchestra concerts, piano recitals, Christmas parties, basketball games and hanging out with friends because “Oh my gosh, Mom, you never let me do anything cool.” Once I’ve nailed down a date where we’ll all be available during the same 2-hour time span, all that remains to be done is gather up every hat/glove/coat combination we have ever owned, load the kids into the Suburban and listen to them argue all the way from Spokane Valley to downtown Coeur d’Alene about who had to sit in the back row.
True, getting there may be a little rough, but the holiday magic commences the minute we board the boat.
The movie is basically about the trials and tribulations of the hero and two of his friends whose aim is to get success and become big in a short time and hence they do not hesitate to go on a wrong path to achieve it.
As luck would have it, one year there was a child on our boat named Logan, which is a very popular children’s name that my middle-aged husband also happens to share.
And little Logan’s name was on the nice list right before our kids’ names.
So as Santa was reading from the nice list, it went like this: “Oh, and here we have Logan, Lucy, George …” and on and on through every member of my family except me. ” “I guess I’ll just have to be nicer,” I said, trying not to gag on my words and cursing the gods who make things like this happen.
Julia – dear old mom who planned, orchestrated and made the whole delightful evening possible – was the only one deemed not worthy enough to be on the nice list. After the list was read, they immediately flocked to my side, alarm written all over their faces” “Mom, you weren’t on the list! Being a mother – just like being Santa Claus – can be a thankless job, but at least I’m in good company.