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Maya Chandhok lives a wealthy lifestyle in Delhi along with her parents. Refusing to buckle down to her mother's demands to get married, she re-locates to Kolkata, obtains her MBA, and then... See full summary »

Director:

Manoj Tyagi

Writers:

Dheeraj Rattan (additional screenplay), Manoj Tyagi (screenplay & story)
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Credited cast:
Linda Arsenio Linda Arsenio ... Pamela Nicole Adamsmith (as Linda)
Shaurya Chauhan Shaurya Chauhan ... DJ
Alisha Chinai ... Self (as Alisha Chinoi)
Vir Das ... Rajeev 'Raj' Sharma
Manjari Fadnnis ... Maya Chandhok (as Manjari)
Ray Irani Ray Irani ... Shaji (as Rheyy)
Amruta Khanvilkar ... Neha (as Amruta)
Neelam Neelam ... Zenobia (as Neelam)
Indraneil Sengupta ... Karan Kapoor (as Indraneil)
Denzil Smith ... Kay Kay
Dilip Tadeshwar Dilip Tadeshwar ... Tyagraj Nagraj 'Subu' Subramaniam (as Dilip)
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Maya Chandhok lives a wealthy lifestyle in Delhi along with her parents. Refusing to buckle down to her mother's demands to get married, she re-locates to Kolkata, obtains her MBA, and then goes to reside in Mumbai where she gets a job in a bank, and shares a flat with two room-mates, Zenobia and Neha. She meets with Sanjay and both fall in love. Then one day he dramatically and publicly dumps her. A few days later she meets with Rajeev Sharma, who is heartbroken after his fiancée, Pooja, dumped him to re-locate to America, and both are attracted to each other. She is delighted when he proposes to her, but her delight turns sour when he asks her to re-locate with him to Singapore, drop her career, and be a home-maker for the rest of her life. Maya must now make up her mind amidst chaos and heartbreak that also threaten to tear apart lives of both Neha and Zenobia, who are also dating Rajeev's friends, Karan Kapoor and Shaji, while conservative Tyagraj, Rajeev's pal, struggles with his... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Chhoti Si
Written by Sameer
Composed by Adnan Sami
Performed by Adnan Sami
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A Must Watch!
26 July 2011 | by palashsinghSee all my reviews

Yet another sparkler from the very acclaimed writer of Page 3, Apaharan & corporate, Manoj Tyagi. Mumbai Salsa his directorial debut is a master class with much believable characters of the today's Metro generation. With beautifully sketched screenplay and sound direction the film takes you away and moves you to the core. The movie shows the pulse of Mumbai in the day to day life of the several characters who meet at a common place and introspect their life. What touched me in this movie is that I related to couple of characters.

The Movie takes you to the current and changing life style of India through the individual life of the amazing characters. It is not just Mumbai that is changing, Its the whole urban India which is going through it and Manoj Tyagi captured it brilliantly. Its a feel good movie which leaves you satisfied about the times we live in.

Its a MUST WATCH...

P.S Get a date and Popcorn :)


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India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

26 October 2007 (India) See more »

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$364,476
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Dolby Digital

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