I have received some seeds as a present, it should be some kind of flowers, but now (after four months) it looks like that:
It smells really not good and has thorny leafs and stalk.
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It looks rather like Borage (Borago officinalis), which can have a sort of castor oil smell to it when rubbed. If not given enough light it will fail to produce flowers. As others have noted, it should be outside to get full benefit of sun and air. It's an annual, so in northern hemisphere probably a bit late in the season for any remedial action.