Kho Gaye Hum Kahan review: Relatable To Today’s Virtual World’s Reality

‘Social media helps you feel more connected with people around you, but in reality, you have never been more lonely than now,’ says a line in Kho Gaye Hum Kahan. The video, created by Arjun Varain Singh, eloquently sums up the times we live in, but at the same time, it provides you a reality check of the pompous lives people are leading behind the guise of nice social media profiles and sharing photographs of enjoying life every second. Once seen, the video sticks in your mind, making you reflect in the most realistic way possible without becoming preachy. 

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The storyline

Ahana Singh (Ananya Panday) and Imaad Ali (Siddhant Chaturvedi) are closest friends who also happen to be flatmates, or as Imad likes to joke, they’re in a spaceship since they give each other adequate space by living in their different rooms. Neil Pereira (Adarsh Gourav), the final member of this triumvirate, is a gym trainer who wants to open a chain of fitness facilities.

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Ahana is distraught after her boyfriend Rohan Bhatia (Rohan Gurbaxani) leaves her because he ‘needs a break’. She uses reverse psychology to appear to be moving on, posting joyful photographs on Instagram while surreptitiously watching her ex, his movements, and the new individuals he is following or communicating with on Instagram.

Meanwhile, Imaad, a stand-up comedian, is satisfied to make his audiences laugh by using his friends and their personal troubles as fodder for his gags. When he’s not performing stand-up, he’s either seeking therapy to heal old wounds or swiping ladies left and right on dating apps and hooking up whenever he gets the opportunity.

Perspectives shift when Imaad meets Simran (Kalki Koechlin), a photographer who is significantly older than him, but his social media habit prevents him from staying long. In a parallel reality, Neil, wanting to land some major celebrity clients to boost his stock, spends most of his time training Lala, an influencer with one million followers, at her home, and being her arm candy to the point that she’s even dragged him along for a vacation to the Maldives. Each of them is attempting to create something of their lives, and in the process, they find how striving to stay connected electronically has caused them to forget what real life is like.

Kho Gaye Hum Kahan is a coming-of-age story that is simple yet powerful. There’s nothing outlandish about the plot. The conversations are very straightforward and realistic. The nature of the emotions depicted varies, yet the plot never veers off course. If Kho Gaye Hum Kahan is true in stating that the average individual checks their phone 234 times each day, it’s no surprise that a video like this is intriguing to watch. Kho Gaye Hum Kahan is now available to watch on Netflix.

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