Karan and Neera are happily married living in London. At least that's what Neera thinks. Till she discovers Karan is having an affair. Ashwin is a painter hoping to strike it big someday. Sakhi, his wife is a high flying executive. Ashwin is unaware of Sakhi's affair with Karan till Neera knocks on his door. If the world was perfect they would have never met. Mr Singh/Mrs Mehta is a journey of a relationship that defies the moral fabric of Indian middle class values... A journey where lines between right and wrong blur... A journey that has no boundaries... no definitions... Written by
This movie is in my opinion, an excellent piece of work. The movie doesn't take the normal routine so typically-bollywood route. It's a class movie with superb performances, especially that of prashant narayanan who plays a painter in the movie. The movie deals with the extra-marital subject in a simple and realistic way, far away from the drama that movies create and handles it skilfully in the form of an essentially naturally flowing script. The movie doesn't claim to have any of those edge-of-the-seat moments but it does enough to keep you engrossed and empathise with the characters. Not everybody would find the movie entertaining or engaging though and rightly so, because it's not meant for everyone particularly, the yet-to-grow audience who still goes out to watch movies like Bodyguard. The movie seems slow in some places and the voiceovers for female leads adds somewhat to the problem but it doesn't work too bad. A word about the music. Excellent! Highly recommended for mature audience!
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