Neha Dhupia, Rajat Kapoor, Vinay Pathak,
Dalip Tahil, Irawati Harshe Mayadev,
Anu Menon, Navniit Nisshan &
Rangita Pritish Nandy
3 couples. An 8 year old marriage and a 1 night stand to end all others. Pritish Nandy Communications presents a Rajat Kapoor
co-production of the year’s most outrageously funny comedy that starts with a night of questions and ends up in bed with zero answers!
Raat Gayi Baat Gayi catches Rahul (Rajat Kapoor) waking up on a very heavily hung-over morning with his wife Mitali’s (Iravati Harshe) constant cribbing. Whilst her voice crashes through his head he remembers snatches of a conversation he had the previous night, at a party, with a stunning young woman, Sophia (Neha Dhupia). As he blinks through his thoughts he stumbles on the fact that one thing led to another and Sophia and he got drunk, talked a lot and finally ended up in bed making crazy love to each other— or did they? The end of the night remains hazy.
What’s worse is that Mitali just can’t seem to keep it together around him — she’s livid, she’s upset, she’s not telling him why— all rolled into one and Rahul keeps thinking back to the previous night and wondering if she caught a whiff of what happened the previous night with Sophia.
As Rahul chases his night for answers, his friends Saxena (Dalip Tahil) and Amit (Vinay Pathak) are suffering through their own marital crises! This one’s an outlandish comedy from the team of Bheja Fry that promises no dull moments!
The modern urban society is in a transitory phase to find a new definition. So, it’s going through a constant moral-value change. While taboos of yester-years are ‘trying’ to become the norm, the very deep-rooted past is resisting it. This bouquet of contradictions makes the society vibrant but complex.
This film is about characters from our society and the funny situations stemming from the never-ending differences , between Men and Women. I thoroughly enjoyed looking into the life of the characters and finding an identification through the making, of this film.
The One Night Stand is never ever just a one night stand. It either erupts into a huge, life altering explosion or quietly morphs into a dangerously disruptive, scary, horripilatory experience that makes you wish you never went to bed again with a stranger. In fact, you sometimes wish you never went to bed again with anyone.
Saurabh Shukla’s take on this is unique. Raat Gayi Baat Gayi is a whodunit on a one night stand that could have been. No one knows for sure if it actually happened. Clever, funny, incredibly refreshing, this is a film that will keep you guessing all the way through.
The brilliant ensemble cast—Rajat Kapoor, Vinay Pathak, Neha Dhupia, Irawati Harshe, Dalip Tahil, Navneet Nishaan and Ranvir Shorey and Sudhir Mishra in cameos—captures the raison d’etre of the new cinema that is currently storming the box office and redefining Bollywood.
And PNC, as usual, is delighted to take ahead yet another exciting new genre and give it the adrenaline rush it needs to capture today’s new audiences looking desperately for new themes, new ideas, new screenplays to regenerate their love for good, exciting, fun cinema. They are sick and tired of Bollywood’s formula flick.
Yeah, you will love this. Dangerous and edgy as it may be, it’s also funny. Very funny. And, in any case, who doesn’t love a one night stand as long as it doesn’t mess up his or her life?