Produced by Dharma Productions, the film has been directed by Punit Malhotra, and features Imran Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan and Shraddha Kapoor in pivotal roles.
The movie will be available in a variety of formats to suit your home-viewing pleasure & will be made available pan India across all leading Home Entertainment chains and also on key online portals.
Available on Blu-ray (MRP: Rs.799), DVD (MRP: Rs.299) & VCD (MRP. Rs.125)
Blu-ray & DVD includes exclusive special features in the form of Deleted Scenes & Making of the Film.
Sriram Venkat is a shallow guy who doesn’t value relationships, family, friends, life or the country. This makes him the clear ‘black’ sheep of the family. He finds himself in a situation in which he narrates the story of his ex-girlfriend Dia Sharma, a social activist who wanted to change the world. A relationship that started out great but eventually veered into complex territories resulting in a clash of ideologies, which drove them apart.
However, Sriram realizes he is not over Dia and follows her to an obscure village in Gujarat called Jhumli. As Dia sees him she refuses to return with him, especially since the villagers needed her. Sriram realizes the only way he can get her back is to help the village with their continuing problem.
Will Sriram be able to win back his love? This is the story of a boy and his struggle to cross a bridge, a bridge that bridges the love and gap between two people.
Life is full of choices – good ones and bad ones. But what do you do when you’re made to realize that a bad decision you made was the best one of your life? How much are you willing to sacrifice? How far will you go to make things right?
On the outset of love, two people find their choices swayed behind rose-tinted spectacles. They only think about each other and the universe seems to positively reciprocate every action they make. But as time goes by, love sharply turns into responsibility, expecting each individual to mature with it. And at this stage, if the two find themselves on different pages of the book, clashes are inevitable. And one is never too sure what has slipped out of grasp, until all ties are severed.
Gori Tere Pyaar Mein is a celebration of love. Amidst song and dance, the movie brings to life the story of a charismatic, care-free young man, who has never seen any adversity through his life, set out to re-claim his love. But the journey to persuade her takes him to places he would otherwise never had heard of – his sentiments as uneven as the road he takes. For the first time in his life, he is forced to think about others around him as he learns that sacrifice and hardship are all part of the game.
He gets so caught up with his own predicament that he ignores a bird’s eye view of the hardships in his surrounding – even though its call is deafening. Like the youth of this country today, it is imperative for him to rise up above his own microscopic wishes and face a macro-social adversary for the greater good. This realization causes a life-changing blow where he’s most vulnerable. This translated into the inspiration behind making the film.
It isn’t always about what makes you happy. Sometimes you find that the happiness of those around you tends to produce the widest smile on your face. It doesn’t matter if you take time to realize what you have been missing out on. It doesn’t matter if you need help to understand yourself. Whether it’s in a skyscraper of Bangalore or a hut in a remote village of Gujarat, the language of love is universal. If one believes in love, no hurdle seems unconquerable to accomplish what you’re set out for.
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