Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama
A Delhi girl from a traditional family sets out on a solo honeymoon after her marriage gets cancelled.
The film was a surprising hit, despite only having one recognizable star in Kangana Ranaut, and barely any marketing.
What have you been up to?
Rani: I'm watching television.
Rani's Grandma: If you wanted to just watch television, why go so far?
Towards the end, when Rani calls up her mother to get the English name for 'Heeng'/asafoetida, it is shown that her parents (and everyone else) is fast asleep in New Delhi and it is the middle of the night. While it is apparently morning/ mid-afternoon in Amsterdam when Rani is off to cook her 'golgappas', how can it be the middle of the night in Delhi? The two cities are at a time difference of only 3 hours( or 4 hrs in winter due to DST).
The End Credits show Rani's experience of her "honeymoon" like a Facebook timeline.
The UK theatrical release was altered for a '12A' rating, the distribution company choose to remove an aggressive use of strong language ('motherf**ker'). These cuts were later waived on DVD and the film was passed uncut at '15'.
Hindi, English, French, Japanese, Dutch
$162,068 (USA) (9 March 2014)
$1,429,534 (USA) (16 May 2014)
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