We assume that quite a few of you must have been making weekend plans to watch the political thriller Satyagraha. We are here to tell that there is another option for you this weekend. This Friday, August 30, PVR released another movie titled When Hari Got married. This is released only in selected theatres under the PVR's Director's Rare.
This film is a documentary made by Ritu Sarin and Tensing Sonam. It is a bitter sweet story of a taxi driver in Dharamshala. Many critics have highly acclaimed the movie. They say, go for it. Famous movie critic Anupama Chopra posted about the documentary on the micro-blogging site Twitter and said, "The movie to see this weekend is When Hari Got Married - a bittersweet documentary about a taxi driver in Dharamshala. Make time for it."
When Hari Got married's plot revolves around Hari, who is getting married to a girl he has never met. However, he has fallen in love with her on the mobile phone. As the wedding day draws closer, Hari's tension increases. The movie also portrays India that is rapidly turning modern. We can see this through some dramatic changes.
Although this movie is all about an Indian wedding, it is completely different from regular Bollywood films. That is quite expected because it is a documentary. We think that you should give this off beat movie a shot.