The Great Indian Butterfly (2010)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Drama
60 %
Total Reviews: 10
Sahi: 6 Nahi: 4

Review Summary: THE GREAT INDIAN BUTTERFLY is for lovers of art house cinema mainly. Unfortunately the awareness of this film...

Average Critic Rating: (2.40)
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Plot: A planned vacation to Goa goes awry for two stressed-out Mumbai-based employees, after Krish ( Aamir Bashir ) oversleeps, and as a result he and his wife, Meera ( Sandhya Mridul ) miss the plane. They, nevertheless, decide to make use of their time and drive there by car so... Read more

The Great Indian Butterfly - Movie Reviews

THE GREAT INDIAN BUTTERFLY is for lovers of art house cinema mainly. Unfortunately the awareness of this film...
Bollywood Hungama
This is the great Indian city couple – stressed beyond endurance levels, bickering, moping about their non-existent intimacy, and going on a holiday to work things out. So we see Krish (Aamir Bashir – A Wednesday, Frozen) and Meera (Sandhya Mridul – Hum T
Krish and Meera an upwardly mobile couple hit a rough patch in their marriage. They go on a vacation to rekindle the fire in their crumbling relationship by seeking out the great Indian butterfly a mythical insect that seems to bring luck peace and happin
Times of India
People travel miles, cross borders, go on an endless pursuit to attain happiness, peace, love and luck, which would make their journey on this planet memorable. The Great Indian Butterfly talks of a couple on the brink of a failed relationship and who tra
tale, the story begins with Krish (Aamir) and his wife Meera (sandhya) who set out from Mumbai to Goa. They are on a special mission- to locate the Great Indian Butterfly which is very rare and considered extinct. Those who posses it will have unending ha
Bharat Student
Krish (Aamir) and Meera (Sandhya) are a couple going through a bad relationship
Director : Starring :Sarthak Dasgupta  Aamir Bashir, Koel Purie, Sandhya MridulThe Great Indian Butterfly Movie Review April 3, 2010 12:40:22 PM ISTBy Joginder Tuteja, Bollywood Trade News Network view THE GREAT INDIAN BUTTERFLY movie stills Going by the
Glam Sham
Like the sought after Ghost Orchid in Charlie Kaufman's Adaptation The Great Indian Butterfly is perhaps 'wonderful to imagine and easy to fall in love with' but ultimately 'a little fantastic and fleeting and out of reach'
Now Running
English films made in India are more often than not a scary proposition.
Sanjay Gupta Art House pursuit of the great Indian happiness, peace is more theatrical, talkative and less cinematic. The idea of portraying the caustic wit of confused and troubled relationships witness in urban couples could have been used as a brute force the reason why we search for the butterfly but first time writer director Sarthak Dasgupta's theaterish TV type approach softens the edge of the movie.
India Glitz