For a fee of Rs.200/- Ankush Ramdev acted as one among four witnesses to couples who come to register their marriages at the Registrar of Marriages in Dariyaganj, Delhi. One day he comes ... See full summary »
Silsila is the "manager" of one traffic signal, that is he collects the "hafta" (protection tax) from each signal squatter plying his trade. There's Tsunami, a little scavenger boy, there's... See full summary »
Rajasthan-based Satyaveer Singh Randhawa works as a Junior Engineer with Lahkot Municipality's Public Works Department and lives a middle-class lifestyle with his wife, Nimmi, and son, Raju... See full summary »
A boy is forced meet a girl for an arranged marriage but even though he refuses the match, they secretly become friends. As things get complicated and both get engaged to different people they realize they've fallen in love with each other.
Bengal-speaking Siddharth Bose lives a middle-classed lifestyle in Delhi along with his mother, and sister, Shalini. Their dad had abandoned them years ago. Shalini gets married to Kapil ... See full summary »
Honeymoon Travels is an off-beat drama weaving together the stories of 6 couples on their honeymoons on the same tourist bus. There are old-timers Nahid & Oscar on their second marriages, reflective and forgiving of live. Then there's the Gujrati couple Hitesh and Shilpa who can't get anywhere near each other without scrabbling, the super-compatible Parsi couple Aspi and Zara, and the oddball NRI husband Bunty with his desi, fun-loving wife Madhu. An uptight and insecure Bengali man, Partho, is very much in love with his beautiful, free-spirited wife Milly. And rounding off the sextet are the Kapoors, the Punjabi couple comprising of talkative Pinky and contemplative Vicky. The film starts off with the start of the bus journey, and a couple of red herrings, like Shilpa crying her eyes out at going on the honeymoon. Then there's an opinionated bus driver, and a mysterious motor-bike rider following the bus. And while everything looks lovey-dovey in the beginning, with familiarity and ... Written by
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Not many people know that Vikram Chatwal who plays the role of Bunty opposite actress Sandhya Mridul and calls himself "her better half" in the film's trailer is in real-life, an affluent and down-to-earth wealthy Manhattan socialite, having led life in the fast lane. He is a hotelier with Indian roots (and reportedly very close to the Clinton family), and is even rumored to have been "good friends" with supermodels like Gisele Bundchen and Kate Moss. See more »
There's a saying- All thats shining is not gold or a better one will be everything that is different is not great
This film tells a different story which is relatable it tells 6 different stories like SALAAM E ISHQ which was a long 3 hour bore with some stories working and some not
This is better then that as most stories seem realistic Frankly this different stories in 1 film may seem intriguing but actually it gets too boring and takes time to absorb the stories
Analysis of each story Boman- Shabana Good story and the relationship of Boman and Shabana is fantastic but the last part of the story is too sudden Boman and Shabana make a nice group like the elders in the team and act their parts naturally Boman often irritating with his comic acts except the Munnabhai Series and some more films does a great job here and seems natural except his hideous wig Shabana Azmi too is a fun to watch
Kaykay- Raima Sen This story seems believable but the way things are sorted out between them seems too quick but yet the paraglyding scene and KK's drunken act are superb Kay Kay is natural in his role and entertains with his charm and his talent He makes the most ordinary scenes too stand out Raima Sen too does well
Karan Khanna- Amisha Patel and Vikram Chaitwal- Sandhya Mridul The scenes between Amisha and Karan are too irritating and hence jar and the entire gay angle seems better avoided though quite believable and the conclusion too is too far fetched
Ranveer- Dia- Arjun The story is good and when Dia walks away with Arjun seems believable but the entire chase could be avoided Ranveer is a delight to watch and is a true natural, hope this actor gets off this DKD and all crap he is doing off late and come back to such cinema Dia is okay while Arjun has too short a role
Abhay- Minishaa this is the weirdest story and the SFX parts looks too stupid in a film as realistic as this Abhay irritates here and thank god has come a long way now though he was good in SNT and AHISTA AHISTA Minishaa is okay
Darshan Jariwala this track seems too far fetched in second half and the twist of the young guy doesn't work Darshan is a true natural and likable
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