It's Valentine's Day 2017. There's a music show going on in a Delhi school, yet the most mainstream boy nearby — who have a band named Doobydo — are on the patio of the lodging building utilizing drugs. Tanu (Akanksha Ranjan Kapoor), a Hindi-talking young lady from Dhanbad, is attempting her best to charm the most well-known person in St Martin's College, VJ or Vijay Prathap Singh (Gurfateh Singh Pirzada), while his better half, Nanki (Kiara Advani) looks on with appall.
The vibe of this scene establishes the pace of the sort of school life that Dharmatic is enthusiastic about depicted in the Netflix film Guilty — which is a remarkable inverse of Dharma Productions' sweets floss adaptation of understudy life. The young men and young ladies swear openly, display their tattoos and their bodies, and the medications are free-streaming — on the grounds that this is a web film, there are (typically) no-nonsense.
Actors: Kiara Advani, Taher Shabbir, Akansha Ranjan Kapoor, Gurfateh Pirzada
Directors: Ruchi Narain
Writers: Atika Chohan, Kanika Dhillon, Ruchi Narain
Producers: Karan Johar, Aneesha Baig