Sixteen (2013)

Director
Raj Purohit

Main cast
Wamiqa Gabbi; Izabelle Liete; Mehak Manwani; Highphill Mathew

Genres
Drama, Romance, Thriller

Description
Welcome to sixteen's world. A world where growing up has speeded up multifold times from the time you and me were kids.


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