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Yours Emotionally! (2006)

Two Brits, Ravi and Paul travel to India where they meet Murthy and Anna an older gay couple that have managed to form a partnership and live together for over 20 years. When Ravi meets and... See full summary »

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Sridhar Rangayan
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Credited cast:
Premjit Premjit ... Ravi
Jack Lamport Jack Lamport ... Paul
Pratik Gandhi Pratik Gandhi ... Mani (as Prateek Gandhi)
Ikhlaq Khan Ikhlaq Khan ... Murthy
Ajai Rohilla Ajai Rohilla ... Anna
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Iravati Karnik Iravati Karnik ... Rekha
Abhay Kulkarni Abhay Kulkarni ... Gardner
Mansoor Mansoor ... Waiter
Ashwin Shelar Ashwin Shelar ... Jai
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Two Brits, Ravi and Paul travel to India where they meet Murthy and Anna an older gay couple that have managed to form a partnership and live together for over 20 years. When Ravi meets and falls for Mani an Indian national who is betrothed to be married. He turns to the older couple for advise and help but traditions die hard in India. Written by havan_ironoak@bigfoot.com

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An absolutely intolerable mess
29 December 2008 | by Gordon-11See all my reviews

This film is about the encounters of two British guys, one Caucasian and the other of Indian heritage, after attending a gay party in India.

"Yours Emotionally" is badly made across the board. The plot is terrible, it often states the obvious as if talking to a three year old. A lot of lines are ridiculously bad that made me laugh. Acting is almost non existent, but I am not surprised as this is an ultra low budget production.

Most of the time, the post production is appalling. I don't know why the director thinks it is a good idea to have one second pauses or a ghost effect every now and then, as it is annoying and pointless. Moreover, most of the scenes are either too yellow or blue, which hurts my eyes as the end result is far too unnatural. There are a lot of self indulgent artistic scenes (which are not really artistic), and if these are cut, then the film would have been of a more tolerable length. The ending is probably supposed to be tear jerking, but unfortunately it comes out really bad. It feels like a propaganda on how tolerant and accepting Britain is, while India is not.

This film is an absolutely intolerable mess.


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