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A story set in the modern upper-middle class of India, where telecommunications and a western lifestyle mix with old traditions, like the arranged wedding young Aditi accepts when she ends the affair with a married TV producer. The groom is an Indian living in Texas, and all relatives from both families, some from distant places like Australia, come to New Delhi during the monsoon season to attend the wedding. The four-day arrangements and celebrations will see clumsy organization, family parties and drama, dangers to the happy end of the wedding, lots of music and even a new romance for the wedding planner Dubey with the housemaid Alice...Written by
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Randeep Hooda returned to India (From Australia) in 2000 and started work in the marketing department of an airline. Hooda had left India in 1995 for higher studies. In 2000 ,he started doing amateur theatre in Delhi. He also did some ramp modelling and some print and television ads. While rehearsing for his first play, To Teach His Own, he got a call from a woman named Mira Nair, who said she would like to audition him for a role.He didn't know who she was until after his screen test. The next day she called and said, "Would you do me the honour of working in my film?" Randeep laughs as he recounts the conversation. "I was jumping around in my apartment."He dropped To Teach His Own with his director's blessings and threw himself into the part. And he got to speak with an Australian accent. See more »
While arguing with Lalit, the mustache drawn on Varum's mouth repeatedly changes shape between shots. See more »
This movie is full of joy. Happy, cheerful, with so many characters, and most of them good, interesting ones. It is the story of a wedding in upper class Delhi. A large family spread all over the world reunites for the big event and all the ties and feelings between siblings, cousins, parents, friends are shown and expressed in a light but touching way. Love, friendship, envy, pain, sorrow, loneliness, passion and hope in a nearly perfect mix. This movie is full of colours and music, and it is an accurate portrait of modern India (the wealthier part of it at least). All actors are good, and some of them are gorgeous too. Very refreshing as there are no super stars, no blood, no perfect special effects, no sex. Mira Nair you are great ! Hope you'll give us many other movies this good.
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