Mumbai, the city of nights where anyone can get lost in the crowd. Mumbai makes everyone it’s own.
Produced by Pritish Nandy Communications, the new Amazon Original series “Modern Love Mumbai” features six heartwarming love stories with no age, boundaries, and limits. It’s filled with colorful shades of emotions and explores love in a different way.
‘Modern Love Mumbai’ will start with chapter-wise, six love stories in the same city, and at the end, there will be one chapter that you can resonate with. The series is inspired by the American romantic show ‘Modern Love,’ and some stories have been taken from ‘New York Times’ Column. Modern Love Mumbai will bring home love this season.
Modern Love Mumbai Cast: Who are in?
The cast list includes:
|Raat Rani||Shonali Bose||Fatima Sana Sheikh, Bhupendra Jadawat, Dilip Prabhavalkar|
|Baai||Hansal Mehta||Ranveer Brar, Tanuja Pratik Gandhi|
|Mumbai Dragon||Vishal Bhardwaj||Yeo Yann Yann, Wamiqa Gabbi, Meiyang Chang, and Naseeruddin Shah|
|My Beautiful Wrinkles||Alankrita Srivastava||Sarika, Ahsaas Channa, Tanvi Azmi|
|I Love Thane||Dhruv Sehgal||Ritwik Bhowmik, Prateik Babbar, Masaba Gupta, Aadar Malik, and Dolly Singh|
|Cutting Chai||Nupur Asthana||Arshad Warsi, Chitrangda Singh|
When & Where to watch Modern Love Mumbai?
The series released on 13th May 2022 i.e., and is streaming exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. Don’t miss the opportunity to watch Mumbai love stories.
Modern Love Mumbai Plot: What could be expected from the storyline?
Overall Modern Love Mumbai feels like a tight hug and comfort of love with six different love stories, including an old age 60-years old divorcee, Dilbar, and a young guy from her neighborhood Danesh. The tale depicts the love that knows no number of ages; Danesh is attracted to her, but the story ends such a way overwhelming scene depicting there are several barriers in the society, and after an age, women are no more charming, and it is a shame if someone thinks about their happiness.
Hansal Mehta’s story Baai depicts a gay couple in love which is still a shameful decision in Indian society. Manzar and Rajbeer have a beautiful bond, and the narrator has tried to bring the heartwarming story of this gay couple to light in 42 minutes. The homosexual love that is hidden in the lane of Mumbai is served with appealing dialogues in this episode.
Dhruv Sehgal, Nupur Asthana, and Shonali Bose have done a great job bringing all the unique love stories of Mumbai on board in one place, but the real Mumbai is missing in each story. They tried to connect Mumbai and Thane through Saiba and Parth’s love story, and it was a good approach.
Many women could connect with Lalzari’s character from Raat Rani, a Kashmiri girl who eloped to Mumbai because her parents didn’t accept her marriage with Lutfi, a lower caste man. But, Lal’s world is devasted when Lufti confesses he is no more in love with her. This brings a self-loving woman and the comic side of Lal. The heart-melting heavy dialogues make you feel cry at the end of this episode.
Overall “Modern Love Mumbai” is worth watching with lots of emotional breakdowns, challenges, and sacrifices in love. The movie has been rated 8/10 by IMDB.
All the stories are enjoyable, but Baai and Raat Rani are my favorite picks. Share in the comments which episode is your favorite!