Tanu Weds Manu: Returns- Sequel Of The Blockbuster “Tanu Weds Manu”.
Tanu Weds Manu: Returns is a Bollywood romantic-drama film by director Anand L. Rai. The film is a predecessor of the box office hit Tanu Weds Manu of 2011. The leading star cast remains the same with R.Madhavan still being the dotting lover and Kangana, as usual, being the lovely girlfriend.
- Kangana Ranaut stars as Kusum and Tanu
- R. Madhavan plays Manu Sharma
- Jimmy Shergill will repeat himself as Raja Awasthi
- Deepak Dobriyal casted as Pappi
- Eijaz Khan will be seen as Jassi
- Swara Bhaskar protrays Payal Rathore
- Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub will be seen as Chintu
Director: Anand L. Rai
Tanu Weds Manu Returns Trailer
The plot of the movie takes off right from where its predecessor had end. Tanu (Kangana) and Manu (R.Madhavan) were living a happy life after their marriage of almost 4 years. But like many couple does, this couple too loses interests in their married life and they end on a bitter note. After parting ways, Tanu comes back to her home in Kanpur. Manu hang around in Delhi until he meets Kusum, a look-alike of Tanu. The plot encircles Tanu, Manu, and Kusum focusing on their love- triangle-romance until Manu finds his true love and life partner.
The film bagged positive reviews from the film critics and landed up with a ranking of 4 stars out of 5. According to the critics, Kangana nailed the role of Kusum wining the hearts of all. It is reportedly, to be one of the finest films of Bollywood that had nailed a double role quite magnificently.
Cast and Director:
Repeating somewhat the previous castings, Kangana Ranaut plays the flamboyant Tanu and the athlete Kusum. R. Madhavan to be seen as Manu. The movie hits the theatre on 22nd of May 2015 and is directed by Anand L. Rai. The film has been produced by Anand L. Rai and Kishore Lulla in association with the production house Color Yellow Pictures. Worldwide distribution rights rests with Eros International.
Why you will watch it?
The chocolate boy, R. Madhavan, is a reason good enough for the girls to watch the movie on first day-first show. The film is an entertaining masala and is worth watching with one’s family. For some 2 and half hours you shall only experience romance, fun, and spice.