Preview of Jodi Breakers
Bollywood Hindi movie ‘Jodi Breakers’ is a fun rom-com film revolving around dysfunctional relationships which eventually lead to break ups. The film is directed by Ashwini Chaudhary. It features exciting new jodi of Madhavan and Bipasha Basu in the leading roles along with funny man Omi Vaidya. Other casts includes Milind Soman, Dipanita Sharma, Mrinalini Sharma. A comeback by veteran actor Helen who plays the role of granny in this hindi movie.
The story is about two jodis who love to break jodis. Sid Khanna (R Madhavan) is a break-up specialist, who helps wronged parties out of bad relationships. He guarantees a quick, uncumbersome, final freedom to his clients. A chance encounter with the same sharp brain Sonali (Bipasha Basu) takes his ‘business’ to new levels. On their journey through solving hilarious cases, they fall in love with each other. But unexpected twists and turns in a case turn their world upside-down. The ‘Jodi- breakers’ have to turn ‘Jodi-makers’ this time.
Nano (Omi Vaidya) is the same old hilarious bomb which will tickle your senses with his typical style of talk and cracking jokes. Madonna (Helen) is a dance teacher to senior citizens and granny to Sid and Marc. Marc (Milind Soman) is the handsome prince of the Business world. He is not only rich but also has a style to die for. Loves his grandmother, though needs to control his anger. Maggie (Dipanita Sharma) a classy, a natural warm heart, believing and trusting but can strike graciously when doubted. One for the long haul – you cannot go back to her kind of love.
‘Jodi Breakers’ has five songs like ‘Kunwara…’, ‘Bipasha…,’ ‘Darmiyaan…’, Mujhko Teri Zaroorat Hai…’ and ‘Jab Main Tumhare Saath Hoon…’ Composer duos Salim-Sulaiman Merchant have composed music for the tracks, which have the lyrics of Irshad Kamil and Shabbir Ahmed. The music of the film has received mixed review from critics. The song ‘Kunwara’ and ‘Bipasha…’ have become a chartbuster.
The upcoming romantic comedy is slated to release on 24th February, 2012.