Second Marriage Dot Com (2012)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Drama
Critics Score
17%
Total Reviews: 6
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Total Votes: 0

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Review Summary: Two single parents... with kids of their own... yet lonely. Time for the kids to do something for the singletons?

Average Critic Rating: (2.42)
Cast: Mohit Chauhan , Vishal Nayak , Sayani Gupta , Charu Rahtogi , Amit Bhimrot , Ankit Sharma
Director: Gaurav Panjwani
Release Date: 10 Aug 2012
Est. Box Office Collection: 0.1 CR

Plot: The film kicks off when Akshay, young IT professional from Delhi; only child of a single parent Suneel Narang embarks on a journey to get his father, a widower; married so to finally put an end to his prolonged loneliness. Coincidentally in Jaipur, a vibrant young girl Poonam is on Read more

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Second Marriage Dot Com - All Reviews

Director :Gaurav PanjwaniMusic :Manan Munjal and Aditya AgarwalLyrics :Aditya Agarwal and MalayStarring :Mohit Chauhan, Charu Rohtagi, Vishal Nayak, Sayani Gupta, Nikita More, Rajat Bhalla, Manjeet Tiger, Ankit Sharma, Sapanpreet Kaur, Amit Bhimrot, Kanis
Martin D'Souza, Glam Sham
Second Marriage Dot Com could have made for a laudable film had the filmmaker kept his script water tight. But even at that it still remains a decent attempt.
Mansha Rastogi, Now Running
Introducing 'Bold' topics in Indian Cinema is now-a-days becoming a trend in the country. Although how against it is to Indian norms and culture is a debatable issue, but more importantly it teaches to become more practical than emotional. 'Second Marriag
Aakash Barvalia, Movie Zadda
You could skip it!
Roshni Devi, Koi Moi
'Second Marriage Dot Com' A film about two elderly people going through second marriage which has been arranged by their children. A novel theme? Yes. Absolutely unique? No. Reason being that a film on the same lines, which again came with a twist in the tale, has been made seven years back.
India Glitz
Two single parents... with kids of their own... yet lonely. Time for the kids to do something for the singletons?
ALLEN O’ BRIEN, Times of India