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Honeymoon Travels Pvt Ltd     A colourful documentary on Honeymoon..

Starring: 
Amisha Patel, Karan Khanna,
Ranvir Shorey, Dia Mirza,
Kay Kay Menon, Raima Sen
Abhay Deol, Minissa Lamba
Vikram Chatwal, Sandhya Mridul
Boman Irani, Shabana Azmi

Producers : Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani
Director : Reema Kagti
Music Director : Vishal-Shekhar


We start with the senior citizen couple who are married for the second time- Boman Irani and Shabana Azmi.
There's the Delhi couple of Amisha Patel and Karan Khanna where Amisha is the typical talkative North Indian girl who believes her life is a fairy tale while her husband harbours a secret that makes the trip a chore for him.
Commendable perfornces are seen from the third couple (the Bengali couple) Kay Kay Menon and Raima Sen where he is the tightly wound husband and she is his aching-to-be-free-spirited wife - who wants to and actually freaks out in their honeymoon.
Ranvir Shorey and the gorgeous Dia Mirza the gujju couple from Surat, theirs is an arranged marriage and she will not let him get anywhere near her when they are alone.
Abhay Deol and Minissha Lamba play the most happiest Parsi couple who have known each other 16 years and never had so much as a disagreement.

Six couples who are off to Goa on their honeymoon.

Karan Khanna and Amisha Patel

Raima Sen and Kay Kay Menon


Ranvir Shorey and Dia Mirza

And finally, there's Vikram Chatwal and Sandhya Mridul playing the expat and his new bride -- who have met unconventionally thru the internet, so naturally both have secrets from each other.

The film starts with a documentary type cinematography, which then naturally gets acceptable as the film goes on and by the mid half, a comfortable feeling runs through. Only the characters of Kay Kay Menon and Raima, and the parsi couple are well developed.
The couple which met thru the net can be identified with our present next gen guys and gals.

There is a fantasy element to one of the couple's stories thats supposed to be the glamour element in the film.  Amisha Patel is amazingly fresh and is very impressive all throughout.

Goa looks unappealing all throughout. The cinematographer could have taken some lessons atleast from any of those ad film cinematographers.

Boman Irani as a senior Catholic citizen looks unacceptable with his funny wig. Shabana Azmi is okay with her bit.

Reema Kagti the debutante director, inspite of having the backing of Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani could have made it more colourful and fresh...

The score by Vishal-Shekhar is forgettable, except for the foot tapping number in the second half.

Recommended for just fun.

                         Amarjeet




Sandhya Mridul and Vikram Chatwal

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Review of the film -  Raqueeb
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