Honeymoon Travels Pvt Ltd

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Posted on March 26th, 2007 in News

Couple 1: Oscar Fernandez (Boman Irani) and Nahid (Shabana Azmi)
They are an elderly couple; a bit out of place in this group of young honeymooners. The carefree twosome doesn’t care about people poking fun at them. They are on honeymoon to keep their difficult past behind and search for a new future with each other.

Couple 2: Partho Sen (Kay Kay Menon) and Milly Sen (Raima Sen)
This couple from suburban Kolkata is engaged in an eternal war of the sexes. A dominating Partho tries curbing his wife’s fun-loving instincts till things get shockingly out of control in Goa!

Couple 3: Pinky (Amisha Patel) and Vicky (Karan Khanna)
Pinky and Vicky, from Delhi, are poles apart. While Pinky is talkative to the hilt, Vicky is the quiet sort. The reason for his aloofness is manifest at the end.

Couple 4: Madhu (Sandhya Mridul) and Bunty (Vikram Chatwal)
This is a “crossover couple” with the husband being an affluent NRI from L.A., and the wife, a typical Mumbai girl. Seemingly, they’re well-matched — well, almost like girlfriends!

Couple 5: Aspi (Abhay Deol) and Zara (Minissha Lamba)
They are, supposedly, the “perfect” couple who’ve never had an argument. All the other couples comment, with envy, on their compatibility, but no one can guess their real secret!

Couple 6: Hitesh (Ranvir Shorey) and Shilpa (Dia Mirza)
This is a young couple from an orthodox Gujarati family. Shilpa is petrified of honeymooning but Hitesh assures her that she will return with a smile on her face — words that will prove uncannily ironic in retrospect!

With an enthralling score by Vishal-Shekhar, “Honeymoon Travels” is a young, new-age and hilarious meditation on marriage and the most shocking and unexpected surprises that come with it. Not to be missed!

Storyline

Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd. is about six married couples on a package honeymoon to Goa. Exciting and cheerful, this vacation is a subsidized option for a lot of dreamers on the brink of their new life.

The film opens with six couples, a guide, a driver and a handyman riding in a bus from Bombay to Goa. The narrative humorously unfolds seven different stories that explore the nature of love and human relationships. Woven into the hectic four day honeymoon schedule is a radio show — “Pyaar Ke Lamhe”. The jockey plays the role of an omniscient narrator and discusses individual characters, revealing secrets about them and their past.

From the time the bus leaves Bombay, a man on a bike follows them all the way to Goa. We don’t know who this mystery man is. He is dressed in leather and a helmet throughout, until one day….

Our Rating:

Kuch Tu Bolo!

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