Suzanna Mukherjee, Sidhant Kapur, Nikhil Sabharwal,
Iris Maity, Ankit Gupta, Jyoti Bhardwaj
Direction: Amit Khanna
Tutiya Dil is a romantic comedy. It is a love story gone
left and right then a bit wrong and finally right again.
Itís a story of todayís youth.
Itís right because the characters are human and
relatable. Itís wrong because the characters are nuts.
It has a racy screenplay, promising and a passionate
Rhea (Suzanna Mukherjee) has broken up with Karan Oberoi.
Karan (Nikhil Sabharwal) has dumped her and she is
heartbroken and homeless. So she comes to stay at
Vishalís who understands her situation and genuinely
sympathizes with her.
The Director carefully defines love, sex, heartaches and
fragile relationships and there are some bold dialogues in
this film though it stretches a bit longer than it ought
Debutant director Amit Khanna has also penned the
screenplay, steers clear of anything unusual and plays it
safe it a straight storyline. Prabal Punjabiís dialogues
do give some bold lines. The girls look unnatural mouthing
the bold lingo aided with some crude gestures.
Suzanna Mukherjee is a natural actress and does well for
her debut performance. She looks fair. The handsome
Sidhant Kapur comes up with a nice performance, so does
Nikhil Sabharwal. Iris Maity and Jyoti Bhardwaj are
Credits & Crew:
Banner - KC Productions
Producer - Kshitij Chaudhary
Director - Amit Khanna
Editor - Archit D Rastogi
Cinematography - Shweta Chanda
Screenplay - Amit Khanna
Background Music - Gulraj Singh
Costume Designers - Dhruv Sehgal, Suheena Arora
Ex. Co Producers - Rajeev Sharma, Rohit Nag
Music Director - Gulraj Singh
Lyricist - Manoj Yadav
Dialogue - Prabal Punjabi
Sound - Arvind Vishwakarma
But going through this break up, Rhea likens men to
turkeys, a species of birds which are always on the hunt
for new hens to mate with.
She is unsure of herself, and is convinced that men can
never be faithful and always have sex on their minds. Then
she decides to consult a shrink, Dr. Prayag (Naveen
Kaushik) and narrates her experience.
Here, it is Vishal (Siddhant Kapur) and Anu (Iris Maity)
her best friends who support and stand by her. Anu is a
typical feminist and Vishal is just the opposite Ė a
womanizer, carefree sort of character. Ironically, it is
he who extends emotional support to Rhea.
Fortunately, there arenít any double meaning or adult
jibes and it is a love story straight from the heart,
supported by fresh actors.
Tutiya Dil has fresh content and would appeal in bits and
Suzanna Mukherjee - Rhea Kapoor
Sidhant Kapur - Vishal Khanna
Nikhil Sabharwal - Karan Oberoi
Iris Maity - Anuradha Banerjee