Synopsis: A young Mangalik boy is supposed to marry a tree if he wants to marry a girl of his choice while the tree which he gets married has Shashi a ghost residing on it waiting for her lover.Shashi starts to follow him everywhere after he marries the tree.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Fantasy
Director(s): Anshai Lal
Production: Clean Slate Films
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
138 min


What happened?


- Kanan...where are you?

- Come here.

- Kanan, come to me.

- Sir...

- Sir...

- Please wake up, Sir.

Sir, please make

your seat back upright.

We're about to land.

Yes, it has landed.

- It has landed.

Give me a minute.

I'll just speak to Usha.

"t's a massive wedding."

- Hello? Hello, Usha.

- Yes.

The flight has landed. Kanan is here.

That's great.

Come home quickly,

we are waiting for you.

"Nobody is allowed to sleep

or do unnecessary drama."

"No one is allowed

to receive phone calls."

What is this, mummy?

You've started from the morning?

Come on, it's past 9 o'clock.

"All they have to do is embrace

this moment and dance.

"Bottoms up, they drink alcohol

and completely empty their glasses."

"Waists swinging,

dancing the night away."

What is the purpose of your visit?

Wedding... I'm getting married.

Getting married?

What!! You still haven't finished?

You've still got the face pack on?

Kanan's flight has landed.

Kanan is here!

"Flowers have blossomed all around

to the sounds of hands clapping."

"The kohl of the bride's eyes

look at the street.."

" she waits for the groom to arrive."

"Girls laugh as they dress up,

they look extremely gorgeous."

"They should stay that happy as they are

and everyone hopes that.."

" one cast's an envious eye on them."

"Millions of wishes and

congratulatory messages, swirl in the air."

"Everyone is singing along,

as the Shenai plays in the background."

"..they do the Bhangra dance."

He's here! Let's go!

- "When I ask 'What's Up?"'

"All everyone wants to do is

get into trouble and dance."

"Bottoms up, they drink alcohol

and completely empty their glasses."

"Waists swinging,

dancing the night away."

Hi, Morn.

My child is here.

Why are you crying?


Was it so cold in Canada

that your emotions also froze?

These are tears of happiness.

I'm seeing you after three years.

Can't I even hug you?

Let's go. It's a long drive back.

Oh... you look so tired.

What have you done to your hair?

Style, Ma!

Hey, this looks so dirty,

why haven't you cleaned it properly?

There is a wedding in the house.

Come on, get serious!

Come on, keep this on the ground.

How will he manage alone?

We had asked for four people,

but you've got only two.

Are you kidding me?

- Piyush...

Keep all these inside.

- I'll be right there. One minute.

I have been waiting.

- Look, she's angry with me now.

"Ironically, even sobriety is spinning

around in circles."

"Nobody is ready to lose

their stubbornness."

"They all say that

they aren't drunk enough.."

"..and want the glass filled up

to the brim once again."

"When I asks 'What's Up?"'

"All everyone wants to do is

get into trouble and dance."

"Bottoms up, they drink alcohol

and completely empty their glasses."

"Waists swinging,

dancing the night away."

"When I asks 'What's Up?"'

"All everyone wants to do is

get into trouble and dance."

Where's 'L'?


- Where is he?

- He'll embarrass us again.

He'll ruin all our plans.

I for Lazy.

The groom has arrived!

He's here!

He always does this.

- Calm down.

How many times do I tell him!

- The groom has arrived!

Welcome! Welcome!

- How is everything?

- Congratulations!

- Welcome, Kanan!!!

- Welcome!

- Hello, how are you!

Wassup dude!

- Wassup!

I'll tell you wassup!

Where were you? I for Loafer.

The priest wants to know,

when will you all meet him?

He has to go somewhere else.

Everybody here has had a drink.

Usha, you don't drink.

You handle this.

He's asking for grandma.

He can ask all he likes.

He is not going to

get a straight answer.

I have been drinking since morning.

Let's all go. He won't notice.

We have to go and tell them about it.

- Yes.

Tell them what?

You''re joking, right?

It's funny, but it's not a joke.

A movie star had also done it.

I had read it in the local newspaper.

Who believes in these

superstitions nowadays?

- It's up to you.

You had asked for his horoscope.

I'm only suggesting a

solution to the problem.

Some brown people crap man!

Who's brown here?

Everybody in the family

is nice and fair.

Son, since this is for Anu,

why don't you do it?

Since this is for Anu,

why doesn't she do it?

But you are the one born

under a cursed star.

So, you are the one

who has to get married.

Yes, a tree?

Isn't it enough that I'm marrying Anu?

Now I have to marry a tree as well?

- What difference does it make, son?

Think of it as a joke.

It's just a small ritual,

let's get it over with and move ahead.

- Okay, enough of this

serious discussion.

- Michie, let's go have a drink.

- Mummy, what is this...

- Let's go.

- So what can I get you?

Technology has advanced so much...

and you're still listening

to these old records?

I like them. You can play

something else, if you want to.

Why play anything else?

Kanan will sing for us.



- Come on, come on.

Let us also listen to what he's

rapping about in Canada.

- Come on son, sing.

Sing for us.

Okay, enough!

Forget about him,

I will sing for you.

No need. Two pegs down

and he thinks he is Honey Singh.

That's alright. He's just singing.

Anu's grandfather would go

wild after a couple of drinks.

Once, at somebody else's house...

he asked the way to their

bedroom and took me inside.

He had so much energy, I swear!


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Anvita Dutt Guptan

Anvita Dutt (born 20 February 1972) is an Indian dialogue writer, screenplay writer, story writer and lyricist for Bollywood films. She is one of the leading writers at Yash Raj Films of Aditya Chopra and Dharma Productions of Karan Johar. more…

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