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In the tradition of “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” comes this refreshing comedy about a rebellious prankster with a crafty mind and a heart of gold. Rascal. Joker. Dreamer. Genius… You’ve never met a college student quite like “Rancho.” From the moment he arrives at India’s most prestigious university, Rancho’s outlandish schemes turn the campus upside down—along with the lives of his two newfound best friends. Together, they make life miserable for “Virus,” the school’s uptight and heartless dean. But when Rancho catches the eye of the dean’s sexy daughter, Virus sets his sights on flunking out the “3 idiots” once and for all.

3 Idiots
Threeidiots2.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byRajkumar Hirani
Produced byVidhu Vinod Chopra
Written byAbhijat Joshi
Rajkumar Hirani
Screenplay byAbhijat Joshi
Rajkumar Hirani
Vidhu Vinod Chopra
Based onFive Point Someone
by Chetan Bhagat
Starring
Narrated byR. Madhavan
Music byScore:
Sanjay Wandrekar
Atul Raninga
Shantanu Moitra
Songs:
Shantanu Moitra
CinematographyC. K. Muraleedharan
Edited byRajkumar Hirani
Production
company
Distributed byReliance BIG Pictures
Release date
  • 25 December 2009 (2009-12-25) (India)
Running time
171 minutes[1]
CountryIndia
LanguagesHindi
English
Budget 550 million[2][3]
Box officeest. 4.60 billion[4][5]

3 Idiots is a 2009 Indian Hindi-language coming-of-age comedy-drama film directed by Rajkumar Hirani and co-written by him and Abhijat Joshi, based on Chetan Bhagat's novel Five Point Someone.[6] Starring Aamir Khan, R. Madhavan, Sharman Joshi, Kareena Kapoor, Boman Irani and Omi Vaidya, the film follows the friendship of three students at an Indian engineering college and is a satire about the social pressures under an Indian education system.[7][8][9] The film is narrated through parallel dramas, one in the present and the other ten years in the past.

Produced by Vidhu Vinod Chopra under the banner Vinod Chopra Films,[10][11] the film incorporated real Indian inventions created by Remya Jose,[12] Mohammad Idris,[13] Jahangir Painter[14] and Sonam Wangchuk.[15] It received critical acclaim[16] and huge commercial success upon its release on 25 December 2009. It was also the highest-grossing film in its opening weekend in India, had the highest opening day collections for an Indian film up until that point and also held the record for the highest net collections in the first week for a Bollywood film. It also became one of the few Indian films at the time to become successful in East Asian markets such as China[17] and Japan,[18] eventually bringing its worldwide gross to 3.92 billion ($90 million)[a][4][5] — it was the highest-grossing Indian film ever at the time and the highest grossing Indian film of the 2000s.[19] The film also had a social impact on attitudes to education in India,[20] as well as education in other Asian countries such as China.[8]

The film won six Filmfare Awards including Best Film and three National Film Awards including Best Popular Film. Overseas, it won the Grand Prize at Japan's Videoyasan Awards[21][22][18] while it was nominated for Best Outstanding Foreign Language Film at the Japan Academy Awards[23][24] and Best Foreign Film at China's Beijing International Film Festival.[25] This film was remade in Tamil as Nanban (2012), which also received critical praise and commercial success.[26][27] A Mexican remake, 3 Idiotas, was also released in 2017.[28]

Plot

Wildlife photographer Farhan Qureshi fakes a heart attack to create an emergency landing of his flight upon receiving a phone call from Chatur "Silencer" Ramalingam, a former collegemate who tells him about the whereabouts of Farhan’s long-lost friend and collegemate Ranchoddas “Rancho” Shyamaldas Chanchad. Along with fellow friend and former collegemate Raju Rastogi, Farhan meets Chatur, who reminds them of a bet they had met 10 years ago in college, as to who will end up most successful, and boasts to them about his successful career in the United States.

As Farhan, Raju and Chatur travel to Shimla, Farhan reminisces their college days at the Imperial College of Engineering, looked over by Dean Viru “Virus” Sahastrabuddhe, who believes students must prioritize rote memorization and success over innovation and inventions; Farhan, despite having a passion for wildlife photography, was forced by his father to pursue engineering, while Raju came from a very poor family who depended on Raju and his career to be their last resort out of poverty. They were then joined by Rancho, an innovative young man hailing from a wealthy family with a passion for Engineering, who challenged Virus’ views on learning and understanding Engineering. After being insulted and embarrassed by Rancho and his antics at various instances, Virus intimidated Farhan and Raju by saying their future at the college would be compromised if they continue to associate with Rancho, and a frightened Raju subsequently moved into the door room of Chatur, an ideal student of Virus who believed in rote learning. However, Rancho embarrassed a condescending Chatur publicly by rewriting a speech the latter had to deliver at a college function, igniting the challenge to see who would be more successful. After Raju's ailing father developed a stroke, Rancho, with the help of Virus’ medical student daughter Pia, who was initially resentful of Rancho for insulting her father, took him to the hospital via her scooter. Rancho, Farhan and Raju attended their semester examinations, whereupon Farhan and Raju ended up among the bottom rankers whereas Rancho topped the class, owing to his natural inclination for Engineering.

Back to the present, Farhan, Raju and Chatur arrive at Shimla where they are shocked to meet another man who identifies himself as the actual Ranchoddas Shyamaldas Chanchad. Farhan and Raju ask Chatur about how he found the address in Shimla and Chatur replies he tracked Rancho to Shimla, when his secretary went there to meet international revolutionary scientist Phunsukh Wangdu, whom Chatur and his company have been trying to sign a deal with. They confront the man, who reveals that their Rancho’s actual name is Chhote and that he was the son of the actual Ranchoddas’ gardener. After discovering Chhote’s inclination for learning and studying at a young age, Ranchoddas’ father Shamaldas insisted Chhote to continue his education posing as Ranchoddas and get him a degree, after which he will cut off contact with all alma maters that he will be a part of. Ranchoddas reveals to the trio that their Rancho is in Ladakh, and the trio travel there.

Back in the past, during their final year, Rancho begins a relationship with Pia and encourages Farhan to confront his father about his passion and for Raju to be less worried and frightful of the future. After Farhan and Raju drunkenly break into Virus’s house while Rancho sneaks in to propose to Pia, Virus threatens to rusticate Raju or have Rancho rusticated instead, prompting a distraught Raju to attempt suicide and end up in a coma. The group successfully recover him over the next two months, after which he attends his placement interview with a new found confidence and secures a job while Farhan also successfully confronts his father and gets a job with his role model photographer in Hungary. Unable to take the insult any longer, Virus rigs the paper in order for Raju to fail it, but Pia helps Rancho and Farhan break into Virus’s office to steal the question paper. Despite Raju refusing to use the paper, Virus discovers what happened and has the three rusticated in the middle of the night. As the trio leave the Institute in the middle of heavy rainstorms, Pia’s sister Mona goes into labor and Rancho, unable to get her to the hospital and with the help of Pia on a webcam and other students, successfully conducts the delivery with a makeshift venthouse. Realizing the fault in his ways and how genius Rancho is, Virus lets them stay for their exams and gifts Rancho a very rare Space Pen. Rancho tops the university in their final year, but abruptly leaves the graduation ceremony without informing anyone and is never heard of again.

Back to the present, Farhan, Chatur and Raju pick Pia up from her wedding ceremony and they travel to a school in Ladakh supposedly ran by Rancho, where they are finally reunited with Rancho just as Chatur condescendingly insults Rancho’s apparent status as a schoolmaster and has him sign a “Declaration of Defeat”, and walks away in supposed victory. When Pia asks Rancho his real name, he reveals himself to be Phunsukh Wangdu and promptly calls off the deal with Chatur, to Chatur's horror. Phunsukh, Pia, Farhan and Raju run away laughing while a humiliated Chatur chases after them.

Cast

  • Aamir Khan as Ranchhoddas "Rancho" Shamaldas Chanchad / Chhote / Phunsukh Wangdu, one of the titular trio in the engineering college who vanishes after graduation and whom his two friends hunt for ten years while telling stories of their time in college together. Rancho was a prodigal student with contempt for the inhumanity of the college's system. At the end of the film, he is shown to be a famous scientist, entrepreneur and businessman who also teaches young children when he takes a break from researching.
  • R. Madhavan as Farhan Qureshi, the film's narrator and one of the trio whose father persuades him to study engineering over his dream career of wildlife photography; in the end, he is shown to have published several books of photographs.
  • Sharman Joshi as Raju Rastogi, another of the trio who comes from an impoverished family with a mother who is a retired school teacher and a paralysed father who worked as a postmaster. In the flashback story, his family was unable to afford the car that would be demanded as a dowry for his sister. In the present story, he is a settled married man in Delhi who has freed his family from poverty by becoming a wealthy business executive.
  • Boman Irani as Dr. Viru "Virus" Sahastrabuddhe, the college's strict director and Pia and Mona's father who acts as the film's main antagonist. He stubbornly sticks to a doctrinal method of teaching, putting him at odds with Rancho. In the end, he is shown to have changed his doctrinal methods of teaching.
  • Kareena Kapoor as Pia Sahastrabuddhe, Virus' younger daughter, an intelligent medical student. Despite her father's disapproval, she and Rancho fall in love.
  • Omi Vaidya as Chatur Ramalingam, a Ugandan-Indian educated in Tamil-speaking Pondicherry who has little knowledge of Hindi, and Rancho's rival whose habit of being flatulent due to the consumption of certain pills claimed to enhance his memorization earns him the nickname "Silencer". In the present story, he is vice-president of an American company (Rockledge Corporation) who discovers his success being overshadowed by Rancho at the end of the film. Baradwaj Rangan wrote that Chatur being a Tamil from Uganda makes him "twice removed from the North Indians around him – a stranger to the nation as well as the national language."[29]
  • Rahul Kumar as Manmohan (nicknamed Millimetre), an adolescent boy who earns a small living by doing errands for students such as laundry, finishing assignments and getting groceries. Rancho persuades him to buy a school uniform and sneak into school to gain an education.
  • Mona Singh as Mona Sahastrabuddhe, Pia's elder sister and Virus's first daughter. As she was pregnant, she went into labour at the climax.
  • Parikshit Sahni as Mr. Qureshi (nicknamed Hitler Qureshi by Rancho, Farhan, and Raju), Farhan's father, a strict but loving parent who eventually wants his son to be happy.
  • Farida Dadi as Mrs. Qureshi, Farhan's mother, a loving and caring parent.
  • Amardeep Jha as Mrs. Rastogi (nicknamed Mother Teresa by Rancho and Farhan,) Raju's mother, a retired schoolteacher and dedicated mother.
  • Mukund Bhatt as Mr. Rastogi, Raju's paralyzed father who used to work as a postman.
  • Rajendra Patwardhan as Govind, Viru's personal assistant.
  • Javed Jaffrey as the real Ranchoddas Shamaldas Chanchad. It is from him that Raju and Farhan learn the truth: Chanchad's father sponsored an orphaned servant boy called 'Chhote', who had demonstrated his intelligence and love of learning, to earn a degree in the real Ranchoddas's name, while he was in London. He appreciates what Chhote did for him, and tells Raju and Farhan where to find him. (Cameo appearance)
  • Arun Bali as Shyamaldas Chanchad, father of Ranchhoddas Shyamaldas Chanchad. (Cameo appearance)
  • Ali Fazal as Joy Lobo, a student with a passion for machines. After Virus tells him that he will not graduate, he commits suicide. (Cameo appearance)
  • Akhil Mishra as Librarian Dubey.
  • Rohitash Gaud as (real) Ranchoddas's servant.
  • Achyut Potdar as Machine Class Professor
  • Madhav Vaze as Mr. Lobo, Joy Lobo's father.
  • Olivier Sanjay Lafont as Suhas Tandon, Pia's ex-fiancé, who cares only about money and ostentation.
  • Jayant Kripalani as a company head who conducts Raju's job interview.
  • Atul Tiwari as R.D. Tripathi, Education Minister in Auditorium during Silencer's speech.
  • Rajeev Ravindranathan as ragging senior student.
  • Supriya Shukla as a doctor with Pia.

Production

Principal photography began on 28 July 2008. Hirani and his team left in late August for the shoot with the principal cast. The film was shot in Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Ladakh, Chail and Shimla.[30] Aamir and the rest of the cast began shooting in early September. Hirani planned to wrap up the film by December.[31] The first scene was shot in an aircraft with Madhavan. From Mumbai, the crew and cast comprising Aamir and Kareena went to Ladakh for a 20-day schedule.[32] Filming of the ICE college scenes took place at the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore campus for 33 days as a part of the second schedule of production, as well as parts of Bangalore doubling for New Delhi. The dormitory scenes were filmed at the institution's dormitory blocks.[33]

The brains behind these innovations include Remya Jose, a student from Kerala, who created the pedal operated washing-machine;[12][34][35] Mohammad Idris, a barber from Hasanpur Kalan in Meerut district in Uttar Pradesh, who invented a bicycle-powered horse clipper;[13] and Jahangir Painter, a painter from Maharashtra, who made the scooter-powered flour mill.[14] The character Phunsuk Wangdu drew inspiration from Ladakhi inventor Sonam Wangchuk, a mechanical engineering graduate from the National Institute of Technology, Srinagar.[15][36]

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Soundtrack

3 Idiots
Soundtrack album by
Released2009
GenreFeature film soundtrack
Length29:22
LabelT-Series, Zee Music Company
ProducerShantanu Moitra
Shantanu Moitra chronology
Phir Kabhi
(2009)
3 Idiots
(2009)
Well Done Abba
(2010)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Bollywood Hungama3.5/5 stars[37]
Behindwoods3.5/5 stars[38]
Rediff3/5 stars[39]
Planet Bollywood7/10 stars[40]

The film's soundtrack is composed by Shantanu Moitra with lyrics penned by Swanand Kirkire.

Track listing
No.TitleSinger(s)Length
1."All Izz Well"Sonu Nigam, Shaan, Swanand Kirkire4:34
2."Zoobi Doobi"Sonu Nigam, Shreya Ghoshal4:06
3."Behti Hawa Sa Tha Woh"Shantanu Moitra, Shaan4:59
4."Give Me Some Sunshine"Suraj Jagan, Sharman Joshi4:05
5."Jaane Nahin Denge Tujhe"Sonu Nigam3:30
6."Zoobi Doobi" (Remix)Sonu Nigam, Shreya Ghoshal3:27
7."All Izz Well" (Remix)Sonu Nigam, Shaan, Swanand Kirkire, Jaive Samsun4:41
Total length:29:22

Release

The film initially opened up on 1550 prints worldwide.[41] 3 Idiots was released in 1800 theatres in India, which was at that time a big domestic release.[42] 3 Idiots was released in 415 screens overseas.[43]

It was expected to be the first Indian film to be officially released on YouTube on 25 March 2010, only 12 weeks after its initial theatrical release. Officially, it was released on YouTube in May 2012, but its access has since been restricted.[44] However, it has been made available for online streaming on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Sony LIV.[45]

The film was released in Taiwan in December 2010, followed by Hong Kong on 1 September 2011.[46] In China, it was released as San Ge Shagua ("Three Idiots"),[8] in December 2011.[47] In South Korea, it was released in 2011.[9] Alongside the original Hindi version, a Mandarin Chinese dubbed version was also released, with the popular actress Tang Wei (known for Lust, Caution) voicing Kareena Kapoor's role[48] and Huang Bo voicing Aamir Khan's role (Khan and Bo later collaborated again on Secret Superstar).[49]

Following its success in other Asian markets, Japanese distributor Nikkatsu announced plans to release the film in Japan.[50] It was released there in June 2013,[18] with the title きっと、うまくいく (Kitto, Umaku Iku).[51]

Reception

Box office

The film's worldwide lifetime gross was 459.96 crore (US$90 million),[a][4][5] making it the highest-grossing Indian film at the time.[19][55] The film was listed in Guinness World Records for the record of highest box office film gross for a Bollywood film.[56][failed verification]

India

The film created the highest collection record for paid previews with 27.5 million that time, which was broken by Chennai Express (2013).[57][58] In its four-day first weekend, the film netted 38 crore (equivalent to 77 crore or US$11 million in 2019), and broke the record held by Ghajini for the first weekend collections.[59] By the first week, the film netted 79 crore (equivalent to 160 crore or US$22 million in 2019), again breaking the box office record held by Ghajini.[60] 3 Idiots had nett grossed 56 crore (equivalent to 113 crore or US$16 million in 2019) in its 2nd week, 303 million (US$4.2 million) during the third week, 16 crore (equivalent to 32 crore or US$4.5 million in 2019) in its fourth week and 9.75 crore (equivalent to 20 crore or US$2.8 million in 2019) in fifth to make a total of 202 crore in five weeks,[61] first Indian film ever to collect this huge amount, hence established the 2 billion (US$28 million) Club.[62] Its final domestic gross in India was 2738.2 million (US$57.05 million).[a]

Overseas

3 Idiots became the then highest-grossing Indian film in overseas markets, with an overseas gross of US$30.5 million ( 1.86 billion) until it was beaten by Dhoom 3.[a] Its first weekend opening collection overseas was $4 million.[63][64] It set record collections for Indian-produced films in territories such as the United States[65] and Australia.[66] In the United States, the film earned $6.5 million since its opening,[65][66] in addition to over $2.5 million in the United Kingdom, over $2 million in Canada, and nearly $1 million in Australia.[66] 3 Idiots has the biggest first week total in the US with around $3 million over its first four days.[67]

East Asia

Unusual for an Indian film at the time, 3 Idiots became a success in East Asian markets.[8] 3 Idiots had a wide release in East Asian markets including China, South Korea and Hong Kong.[68] The film had the longest showing period at cinemas in Taiwan, for more than two months from December 2010, breaking the record of Avatar, with over NT$10 million (US$629,024)[66] grossed. 3 Idiots was the first aired Indian film in Hong Kong, where it grossed HK$22 million at the box office since its showing from 1 September 2011 through January 2012,[46] the equivalent of US$3.02 million.[69][66] It was the 14th highest-grossing film of 2011 at the Hong Kong box office.[70]

In South Korea, where it was released in 2011, the film grossed ₩3,416,415,900[71] (US$3,084,647).[72] The film was number-one at the South Korean box office for five weeks,[9] drawing an audience of 459,686 viewers.[73][74]

In China, where it is known as 《三傻大闹宝莱坞》 ("3 idiots make a scene in Bollywood"),[8] the film grossed 110 million in 2 weeks in December 2011,[47] eventually crossing the $2 million mark within 18 days,[17] and nearly $3 million within a month, as of 5 January 2012.[75]

Upon its release in the Japanese market in June 2013, it went on to collect around ¥100 million ( 61 million) in its first two weeks of run – that makes the film the highest grossing Hindi film ever in Japan. Its final gross in Japan was ¥150 million[76] (US$1.6 million).[18] The film's final gross in East Asian markets was US$11,333,671 (₹69.2 crore).[3]

Critical response

India

stated: "It's not that 3 Idiots is a flawless work of art. But it is a vital, inspiring, and life-revising work of contemporary art with some heart imbued into every part. In a country where students are driven to suicide by their impossible curriculum, 3 Idiots provides hope. Maybe cinema can't save lives. But cinema, sure as hell, can make you feel life is worth living. 3 Idiots does just that, and much more. The director takes the definition of entertainment into directions of social comment".[77] Nikhat Kazmi of The Times of India gave it four and a half stars and suggests that, "The film is a laugh riot, despite being high on fundas […] Hirani carries forward his simplistic 'humanism alone works' philosophy of the Lage Raho Munna Bhai series in 3 Idiots too, making it a warm and vivacious signature tune to 2009. The second half of the film does falter in parts, especially the childbirth sequence, but it doesn't take long for the film to jump back on track."[78]

Mayank Shekhar of the Hindustan Times gave the film three and a half out of five stars and comments that "this is the sort of movie you'll take home with a smile and a song on your lips."[79] Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama gave 3 Idiots four and a half out of five stars and states: "On the whole, 3 Idiots easily ranks amongst Aamir, Rajkumar Hirani and Vidhu Vinod Chopra's finest films. Do yourself and your family a favour: Watch 3 Idiots. It's emotional, it's entertaining, it's enlightening. The film has tremendous youth appeal and feel-good factor to work in a big way."[80] Kaveree Bamzai of India Today gave 3 Idiots five stars and argues that "it's a lovely story, of a man from nowhere who wanted to learn, told like a fairy tale, with the secret heart carrying its coded message of setting all of us free."[81]

Sonia Chopra of Sify gave the film 3 stars and said "Though a bit too calculated and designed, 3 Idiots is still an ok option for the significant message, interesting cast and scattered breezy moments."[82] Rajeev Masand of CNN-IBN gave the film three out of five stars and states: "Going home after watching 3 Idiots I felt like I'd just been to my favorite restaurant only to be a tad underwhelmed by their signature dish. It was a satisfying meal, don't get me wrong, but not the best meal I'd been expecting."[83] Shubhra Gupta from The Indian Express also gave it 3 stars, stating "'3 Idiots' does not do as much for me. The emotional truth that shone through both the 'Munnabhai' movies doesn't come through strongly enough."[84] Raja Sen of Rediff gave the film two out of five stars and states: "Rajkumar Hirani's one of the directors of the decade, a man with immense talent and a knack for storytelling. On his debut, he hit a hundred. With his second, he hit a triple century. This time, he fishes outside the off stump, tries to play shots borrowed from other batters, and hits and misses to provide a patchy, 32*-type innings. It's okay, boss, chalta hai. Even Sachin has an off day, and we still have great hope."[85]

Overseas

The film has received praise overseas. As of June 2020, the film holds a 100% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 13 reviews with an average score of 7.44 out of 10.[16] Derek Elley of Variety wrote that "3 Idiots takes a while to lay out its game plan but pays off emotionally in its second half." Robert Abele of Los Angeles Times wrote that there's an "unavoidable joie de vivre (symbolised by Rancho's meditative mantra 'All is well') and a performance charm that makes this one of the more naturally gregarious Bollywood imports." Louis Proyect described it as a "fabulous achievement across the board. A typical Bollywood confection but also a social commentary on a dysfunctional engineering school system that pressures huge numbers of students into suicide."[16]

The film was praised by critics in East Asia and Southeast Asia. South China Morning Post wrote that the film "wraps a heavy message in light comedy. It is satire at its best, a powerful indictment of India's education system in which students cram for exams while stifling their dreams."[7] Chaerim Oh of KAIST Herald wrote that "the film never harshly denounces the educational system but instead uncovers disturbing truths and unseen consequences of tremendous pressure upon students" and that "if you don't end up crying like I did (or won't admit that you did), you'll still enjoy the movie."[9] In Japan, Yuri Wakabayashi of Eiga also gave the film a positive review.[86]

In 2013, Hollywood filmmaker Steven Spielberg praised 3 Idiots, which he had seen three times and said he "loved the emotional undertones." He listed it as one of five films that he connects with, along with The Godfather (1972) and his own work on E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982), Saving Private Ryan (1998) and Jaws (1975).[87]

Pre-release business

3 Idiots Pre-release business[88]
Territories and ancillary revenues Price
Satellite rights with a TV channel (Sony) 220 million (US$3.1 million)
Worldwide distribution rights 650 million (US$9.1 million)
Music rights (T-Series) 120 million (US$1.7 million)
Total 990 million (US$14 million)
  • The figures don't include the Print and Advertising (P&A) costs.

Accolades

The film won 58 accolades from Indian film awards; among these are six Filmfare Awards including Best Film and Best Director, three National Film Awards including Best Popular Film, ten Star Screen Awards, seventeen IIFA Awards, five GIMA Awards, two Apsara Awards and seven Bollywood Hungama Surfers Choice Movie Awards.

In China, it was nominated for the Best Foreign Film prize at the first Beijing International Film Festival in 2011.[25] In Japan, it was nominated in the Best Outstanding Foreign Language Film category at the 37th Japan Academy Awards in 2014;[23][24][89][90] the award was eventually won by Les Miserables. In addition, 3 Idiots won the Grand Prize at the 4th Videoyasan Awards,[21][22] held by a Japanese organisation of home video retailers in 2014;[18] 3 Idiots was selected as 2013's best video release, beating thousands of films, anime and television shows,[22] including domestic Japanese and foreign Hollywood productions.[18]

Controversies

Prior to the release of the film director Rajkumar Hirani commented on the relationship between Five Point Someone by Chetan Bhagat and 3 Idiots stating:

Chetan gave me this book to read and I wanted to make a film on it. But I knew right from the start that I could not make a film completely on the book, as it was very anecdotal and a film needs a plot. So I had decided to rewrite it in a screenplay format. You'll see that the film is very different from the book. After I wrote the script, I called Chetan and narrated it to him. I told him that if he did not like the script, I would stop the project. But he was okay with it.[91]

The day after the film opened, Chetan also noted:

Initially, I did sit down with Raju and Abhijat while they were deciding to make a film based on '5 Point Someone'. I even went to IIT with Abhijat a couple of times. But it was just not possible for me to be involved at every stage of the screenplay writing process since I was in Hong Kong at that time, working full-time, and busy writing other books. Moreover, Abhijat is based in the USA, Raju was in the US for quite a while working on the screenplay but it was not practical for me to do that […] The film retains the soul of the book. 3 Idiots is different from the book but at the same time, it does borrow many things from the book. The core theme and message of the film are coming from the book itself. And that's why the makers have officially credited the film as 'Based on a novel by Chetan Bhagat.'[92]
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A controversy developed a few days after the release, however, over the fact that Chetan's credit, "Based on the novel Five Point Someone by Chetan Bhagat" appeared in the closing credits rather than in the opening ones.[93] At that time, Bhagat stated that he "was expecting an opening credit and I was quite surprised on not seeing it. They had bought the rights, made the payment, and committed to a credit in the contract. It's there, but it's not about it being there, it's about the placement and the prominence."[94] In a 31 December 2009 blog post on his personal website, Bhagat stated that he was told the movie was only 2–5% based on the book, but when he saw it, he felt that it was 70% of the book. He also argued that he was misled by the makers of the film, though he noted, that "this has nothing to do with Mr. Aamir Khan […] I am a big fan of Aamir and he has made my story reach people. However, he was told by the makers not to read the book, and he hasn't. Thus, he cannot comment on the issue in a meaningful manner."[95]

A few people responded to Chetan's statements. According to the Indo-Asian News Service (IANS) producer Vidhu Vinod Chopra clarified that "in the agreement between the producer and Bhagat, it was clearly mentioned that the author's name would be put in the closing credits".[96] IANS also reported that Chopra "lost his cool"[96] and "asked a reporter to shut up after being questioned whether his hit 3 Idiots was lifted from author Chetan Bhagat's book Five Point Someone."[96] Chopra later apologised, stating: "I really think I'm silly. I was provoked, but I shouldn't have done this. I saw myself on TV and saw how I was shouting 'shut up, shut up' like an animal. I told myself — 'what nonsensical behaviour'."[97] Aamir Khan also responded to these claims.[93][98] Rajkumar Hirani stated that "We have officially bought the rights for the film. We drew a contract with him and it clearly mentions the position of his credit. With open eyes, he had seen the contract, consulted his lawyer, and signed the agreement […] In the contract, we have said that the title would be given in the rolling credits. We haven't changed the font size. We haven't increased the speed of the title. It's exactly there where it was agreed to be."[99] Chetan Bhagat later apologised stating, "I definitely do not have anything against team 3 Idiots. I may have some issues with the mistake they may have made but nothing about their personality or the kind of people they are. I apologize to their families if there was any distress caused to them. I also want to thank all my fans, who stood by me but I don't want them to turn against anyone especially Aamir."[100]

In an article published in Economic and Political Weekly, Latika Gupta mentions that the film has serious problems when seen from the gender perspective, in particular, that it follows the trend set by the 2007 film Jab We Met in its use of women's sexual vulnerability to create sensation and humour. In one scene, students, professors, and the chief guest are seen bursting with laughter hearing a speech where the word balatkar (rape) figures 21 times and the word stan (breast) four times (in the English subtitles for international release, the words "screwed" and "bosom" are used instead).[101]

Remakes

A Tamil-language remake entitled Nanban was released in 2012,[26][27][102] and a Spanish-language Mexican remake named 3 idiotas was released in 2017.[28][103]

Legacy

Impact

When 3 Idiots made its television debut in July 2010, it drew an audience of 39 million viewers in India.[5]

When 3 Idiots released in China, the country was only the 15th largest film market, partly due to China's widespread pirate DVD distribution at the time. However, it was the pirate market that introduced 3 Idiots to most Chinese audiences, becoming a cult film in the country among youths. Aamir Khan gained a large growing Chinese fanbase as a result. By 2013, China grew to become the world's second-largest film market (after the United States), paving the way for Aamir Khan's Chinese box office success, with Dhoom 3 (2013), PK (2014), Dangal (2016)[104] and Secret Superstar (2017).

As of 2017, 3 Idiots has been ranked China's 12th favourite film of all time according to ratings on popular Chinese film review site Douban, with only one domestic Chinese film (Farewell My Concubine) ranked higher.[104][105] The film holds an average rating of 9.2 out of 10 on Douban,[105] with over 1.15 million votes.[106] As of 2021, the film is ranked at #14 on the list with mostly youth voting. On the Korean site Naver, audiences gave the film an average rating of 9.4 out of 10,[9] and it is one of the top 30 highest-rated films on the site.[107]

One reason for its success in East Asian markets such as China and Hong Kong is because of their similar education systems, thus many students were able to identify with the characters.[8] Chaerim Oh of KAIST Herald wrote that the "popularity of the movie, particularly in South Korea, can be traced back to the national background of the overly competitive education system. In Korea, students of all ages – from young elementary children to university graduate students – are trained to study under overwhelming pressure and extremely high academic standards. In short, this movie is, really, our own story."[9]

The film had a social impact on attitudes to education in Asia, including education in India[20] as well as other Asian countries.[8] Chinese universities were "even prescribing the film in their coursework as a kind of stress-relief in their classrooms. The movie has served as a question bank for many local, family, zonal and national quizzes."[48]

In 2020 after death of actor Irrfan Khan, Boman Irani said he recommended Irrfan Khan for the role of Virus, however he refused.[108]

Big in Bollywood

Big in Bollywood (2011) is a documentary film about American actor Omi Vaidya's journey from a struggling Hollywood actor to a successful Bollywood breakthrough with 3 Idiots.[109]

Possible sequel

When asked about plans of a 3 Idiots sequel in an interview with Hindustan Times, screenwriter Abhijat Joshi replied, saying, "Honestly, I don't know. We have an idea for the 3 Idiots sequel, a Munna Bhai part three, and also for a PK sequel; but the PK and Munna Bhai sequels interest me the most. So, I think the 3 Idiots sequel may happen in the future, but these two I really want to work on."[110]

In January 2016, director Rajkumar Hirani and actor Aamir Khan confirmed that they were considering a 3 Idiots sequel. Khan told reporters, ""Raju Hirani has given me a hint about '3 Idiots' sequel and I am giving you all a hint. The film will happen if and whenever he will write the script." Hirani agreed, saying "this is one film that I really want to do."[111]

In June 2018, Hirani was asked a question while promoting his upcoming film Sanju and he was quoted as saying, "I definitely want to make a sequel to 3 Idiots, but it’s still in the initial stage and we will take a fair amount of time to develop the script".

The report also said that Hirani will begin shooting for the Munna Bhai sequel with Sanjay Dutt once Sanju releases. Work on 3 Idiots will begin only after Hirani is done with Munna Bhai 3.[112]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d 3 Idiots worldwide gross: 459.962 crore (US$90 million)[5]
    • Domestic: 273.82 crore[52] (US$57.05 million)[53]
    • Overseas: US$30.5 million[54] ( 186.142 crore)[3]

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