London Paris New York

Synopsis: Capturing the angst of the young twenties, "London Paris New York" is the story of Nikhil and Lalitha two completely different individuals who are drawn to each other in spite of their differences or perhaps because of it. The film follows their journey of love as they meet in London, Paris and New York for a night in each city. The film is a coming of age love story mirroring 3 states of love and brings back the wit into Bollywood's romantic comedies.
Genre: Romance
Director(s): Anu Menon
Production: Fox Star Studios
Rotten Tomatoes:
100 min

'Living With My Brother's Ghost'

Quite a brave subject for a debut feature film?

You can say that.

How do I answer that question.

Someone once told me that I should be true to myself.

And this is the greatest truth of my life.

My brother's death is the reason for my existence.

I was born to fill the void created by his death.

So instead of paying loads of money to a shrink...

I just made a film... simple.

What did your parents have to say about the film?

My father is the producer of the film.

When I showed the film to him he said...

'how can you make a film without songs?'

You have to add an item number.

He is just like that.

- Can I just take that? - No problem.

Sorry, sorry guys.

So where were we?

Okay, you're here in New York for the first time...

what do you think of this city?

That's what I am here to find out.

I share a strange relationship with this city.

I was supposed to come here a few years ago.

I couldn't make it back then. But now that I'm finally here...

I am actually a little nostalgic about this place.

Thanks, Nikhil. It was really nice meeting you.

All the best.

- Thank you. - I am looking forward to your next film.

- Thank you. You're very kind. - Thank you.

- Are we done? - Yes.


Hey Nikhil...

So did you come here to see this city or to meet a girl?

Yes, Statue of Liberty.

Tell me all about it over a drink?

I would love to but I have to be somewhere right now.

I'm already late... next time, sorry.

You have just one night, Good luck.


Mr. Chopra...

Mr. Chopra...

Good afternoon Mr. Nikhil Chopra.

Hope you had a good sleep.

We shall be landing in London in a few minutes.

Can I get you something?

Tea? Coffee?

Juice? Milkshake?

Ice cream?

No thanks.

Ma'am, please get back to your seat.


Miss Lalitha Krishnan?

You've missed your London to New York flight.

What do you mean, ' missed the flight'?

Because this flight will be reaching London late...

you've missed the connecting flight.

What rubbish! I have to get to New York on time.

My university begins day after!

You can talk to the ground staff.

They will arrange your accommodation at the airport.

I don't want any accommodation...

I have bought a full fare ticket. You can't treat me like this.

You didn't even say 'Sorry'?


Excuse me?


I think you dropped this. Is this yours?



How is the book? Interesting?

Actually... it's about European genocide in Africa,

and how it's a template for the Holocaust.

I guess, you don't read Mills and Boon, and all that stuff.

No way!

I'm a feminist.

Mills and Boon is feminist too.

So, filling the minds of girls with rubbish like...

some tall, dark, handsome guy will come and whisk you away on a white horse...

that is feminism to you?

The purpose of feminism is freedom, right?

Whether it is the freedom to wait for a tall, dark, handsome guy...

or for that matter, for a tall, dark, handsome girl.

So you read Mills and Boon?

When I was a kid, I read a few.

Actually, quite a few. I found them interesting.

Your parents didn't stop you?

Oh no! They saw I was reading books in English...

So they were quite happy actually.

Is this your first time abroad?

Yes! How did you know?

Well... actually, travelling pouch, passport safely in it...

muffler, gloves, this Alaska jacket.

Actually it's summer in London...

I feel cold!

I'm Nikhil, actually.

- What's your name? - I'm Lalitha.


England is like India's 25th state.

Indians everywhere.

You mean, 29th!


There are 28 states in India. That makes London the 29th, right?

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