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Tuesdays & Fridays (2021)

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Sia and Varun decide to try a new dating formula of meeting only two days a week. Will it work?

  Varun Sarin (Anmol Thakeria Dhillon) is a hot shot writer whose new book is a bestseller and Sia (Jhataleka Malhotra) is an upcoming lawyer. Besides being young, good looking and raring to go, the two also share the insecurities that stem from a broken and dysfunctional family. While Sia is still a little more conventional in her outlook, for Varun, all relationships come with an expiry date. So when they meet, sparks fly, but to make it work, they must think of a strategy to combat the regular relationship wear and tear. And thus, begins their plan to be lovers on Tuesdays and Fridays and friends through the rest of the week.

It’s a new concept for a story and a dating calendar that could inspire commitment-phobic millennials to fall in love, on a ‘trial basis.’ Writer-director Taranveer Singh uses a super-chic and urbane canvas to tell his unconventional story that starts off in Mumbai, but soon all the action shifts to London. Perhaps, in an attempt to make many of its relationship issues look more believable. There are too many characters and tracks, scrambling for space and attention in a limited runtime here. In them, is Sia’s teenage half-sister yearning to lose her virginity on her 18th birthday, her gay friend pretending to be her ex-boyfriend to fool the world and Varun’s single mother (played by Anuradha Patel), with a very weak backstory. Most of it comes like a flash in the pan, not only taking the focus away from Sia and Varun’s fledgling love-story, but also making it a problem of plenty. Among all of them, though, Niki Walia and Parvin Dabas stand out with their seasoned performances and an extremely progressive track.

Release Date: Feb 19, 2021
Language: Bollywood Length: 01 hrs 46 mins
Cast: Anmol Dhillon, Jhataleka Malhotra, Niki Walia
Director: Taranveer Singh
Music Director: Tony Kakkar
Producer: Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Bhushan Kumar
Genre: Musical, Romance
Writer: Taranveer Singh
Advisory: U/a
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Tuesdays & Fridays (2021) Sia and Varun decide to try a new dating formula of meeting only two days a week. Will it work?  Varun Sarin (Anmol Thakeria Dhillon) is a hot shot writer whose new book is a bestseller and Sia (Jhataleka Malhotra) is an upcoming lawyer. Besides being young, good looking and raring to go, the two also share the insecurities that stem from a broken and dysfunctional family. While Sia is still a little more conventional in her outlook, for Varun, all relationships come with an expiry date. So when they meet, sparks fly, but to make it work, they must think of a strategy to combat the regular relationship wear and tear. And thus, begins their plan to be lovers on Tuesdays and Fridays and friends through the rest of the week. It’s a new concept for a story and a dating calendar that could inspire commitment-phobic millennials to fall in love, on a ‘trial basis.’ Writer-director Taranveer Singh uses a super-chic and urbane canvas to tell his unconventional story that starts off in Mumbai, but soon all the action shifts to London. Perhaps, in an attempt to make many of its relationship issues look more believable. There are too many characters and tracks, scrambling for space and attention in a limited runtime here. In them, is Sia’s teenage half-sister yearning to lose her virginity on her 18th birthday, her gay friend pretending to be her ex-boyfriend to fool the world and Varun’s single mother (played by Anuradha Patel), with a very weak backstory. Most of it comes like a flash in the pan, not only taking the focus away from Sia and Varun’s fledgling love-story, but also making it a problem of plenty. Among all of them, though, Niki Walia and Parvin Dabas stand out with their seasoned performances and an extremely progressive track.. thumbnail text
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