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Everyone is turning matchmaker to hook up newly-single Gaam with girls of their choice, but Gaam is busy with his image makeover and being rude to Sonam – who dumped him in first-year – whenever he gets a chance to do so in his encounters with GPRS (Garima-Pinky-Renu-Sonam); to gratify his urge for ‘cheap enjoyment’.
Slash has a whirlwind SMS romance with a love-sick guy who mistakes Slash for a girl. Prem Bhai and Lokha resume chasing Darjeeling girls, though a different college, this time, and Lokha, as usual, is balancing multiple girlfriends at a time. A new, pornoholic, mustard-oil smelling roommate is forcibly thrown into Gaam’s room.
An invitation to a Sikkim wedding. A trip down memory lane to grandma’s village. A nightmarish Guwahati-Siliguri bus journey. A senior who needs marathon body massage sessions whenever he pays a visit to the juniors’ hostel…
…and many more amusing stories adorn this addictive sequel to the hilarious and much-loved Once Upon a Time in College as it foRead More
Between handling cadavers with bare hands, pestering female batch mates as an unknown caller, only to be caught red-handed and to be delivered tongue-lashings by seniors, and a hostel littered with human bones, Gaam, a first-year medical student who has never ventured out of northeastern India before, develops a crush for a north Indian girl; only to be thwarted in his efforts by his flirty room-mate.
He meets the first love of his life – Sonam, an insecure, unpredictable Darjeeling girl – only to add to his confusion, leading to a break up, with no explanation from Sonam.
Gaam's life is forever bombarded with confusing advice from a busy senior and a roommate on how to handle girls.
Will Sonam ever disclose the reason for the break up?
Will Gaam ever learn how to handle women?
Irreverent and humorous, Once Upon a Time in College is replete with Gaam and his friends’ stupid, unforeseen misadventures.Read More