Decoupled trailer: After Meenakshi Sundareshwar, the over-the-top platform released a trailer for another film on troubled marriages, only this time it is a couple going to counselling and toying the idea of open marriage. The romantic comedy film starring Surveen Chawla and R Madhavan is slated to release on December 17. Watch the trailer below.
In the trailer, R Madhavan and Surveen Chawla’s characters Arya and Shruti is seen as an unhappy couple sticking together for their young daughter. The opening frame in the trailer shows them sitting at the therapist’s couch and questioning whether they want to open up or not.
Meanwhile, the couple tries to find ways to make their “sticking together” decision less painful and twaddle into the idea of an open marriage. The scenes show how they grew apart and cynical about the love in the marriage with spending years together. In one scene, the couple is standing on the balcony and discussing the years of marriage together and both cite different years.
As per Madhavan, the character Arya has an “uncompromisable sense of objectivity and clarity” which becomes comedy when placed against the calm and composed wife played by Surveen. This is Madhvan’s first time working with Netflix while Surveen has previously worked with the streaming platform in the show, Sacred Games.
The show is created by Manu Joseph and directed by Hardik Mehta. It will be released on the Over-The-Top streaming platform, Netflix. In an interview, Manu Joseph said that the film is about a man who notices situations that many are trained to look past. This nature of the protagonist is unhealthy and gets him into trouble. “One of our goals was to keep it real. The thing about comedy is that if it is not real it is not funny; and what is difficult a bit comedy is that every component in a scene has to fire for it to work,” says Manu Joseph, while applauding Madhavan’s “delinquent side” and Surveen as “long-suffering wife”.
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