The first story enters straight into the heart of Farooq (Ankur Khanna) and Ira's (Soha Ali Khan) relationship in Mumbai. Farooq remains troubled by his own inability to let go of the memories of his dead parents in his ancestral which he continues to occupy and use as the disturbing muse for his own writing. So deeply ensconced in being haunted by his own past, Farooq appears incapable of fully living in the present, to the extent to which he proves powerless in responding to the possibility of sharing true love with Ira. In Kolkatta, the second vignette revolves around Dr. Siddharth Bose (Victor Banerjee), a wealthy Calcutta surgeon in his fifties. Dr. Bose's is stuck in the rut of a loveless, pitiful, and seemingly pointless marriage which he attempts to rattle by embarking on a quick, nervous and uncomfortable affair with a much younger woman. His lover, Lea (Keira Chaplin), is a German on her own journey to discover India, and to some extent herself. Their passionate yet ... Written by
I bought this movie thinking it might be a good art film, but in reality this movie is a complete disaster. Every aspect of this film lacks creativity, a decent storyline, a good star cast and above all this movie doesn't have any meaning to it. Soha Ali Khan is a major disappointment. Kiera Chaplin (the granddaughter of Charlie Chaplin ) does not know how to act PERIOD. Amateur acting, senseless direction along with a headache is all you get. I wonder why the rating on IMDb is 7.2. Think twice before watching this film unless you are a die hard Soha Khan fan.
My verdict 1/10
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