A poor road worker sets off a chain of events that bring karmic balance to seven very troubled strangers. KARMAYA simplifies the complexities of the karmic mechanisms that bind present ... See full summary »
Konkona Sen Sharma
Shekar Saxena is arrested and charged with the murder of his wife, Priti Saxena. Shekar strongly contends that he is innocent, and that the murder was committed by someone else. His lawyer,... See full summary »
Colaba-based Rishi Sharma and his wife, Simi, hope their friends, Samit and Mita are pregnant when they get together, but instead they inform them that they are separating. Shocked at this news, they attempt to figure out what went wrong. Eventually Samit moves out and lives with Kaya, an Aerobics and Yoga instructor, while Mita has an admirer in Veer, Simi's co-worker. Eventually the estranged couple find they cannot live without each other and patch-up. The foursome get together to celebrate, and this is where Rishi and Simi will find that their seemingly harmonious married life is not perfect either. Written by
A Scene to Scene copy of Woody Allen's "Husband and Wives"
I watched this movie in 2010 and had decent opinion about the movie. Recently I saw "Husband and Wives" and was completely shocked to see the amount of plagiarism. The movie is literally copied scene to scene, even the professions of protagonists are not changed.
I won't the say the movie is bad, but some of the performances really stink. Rahul Bose maintains his usual crap standards, Payal Rohtagi brings no freshness or life to the character and even other characters have not done justice to the original characters.
Watchable movie if you haven't seen "Husbands and Wives". If you have seen Woody Allen's original then don't bother yourself.
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