Film: Strangers


Presenter: Sahara One Motion Pictures


Language: Hindi


Duration: 100 Minutes.


Production House: Indorama Films


Producer: Uday Tiwari


Director: Aanand L. Rai


Music Director: Vinay Tiwari


Lyricist: Javed Akhtar


Cinematographer: Manoj Gupta


Editor: Sanjay Sankla


Stylists: Mitu & Nilofer


Sound: Nihaar


Campaign Creatives: Endeavour


Cast: Jimmy Sheirgill, Kay Kay Menon, Nandana Sen, & Sonali Kulkarni In A Special Appearance.



An overnight journey, from Southampton to London, in a business class compartment is comfortable and expensive and the premise where two of the film’s protagonists, complete strangers to each other, meet, talk and decide that they would kill each other’s wife to rid each other of the hell they are trapped in.


Their conversations are interspersed with flashbacks, which reveal essential clues into these complex yet real characters. It is at this time when on one hand, we see the trauma that Rai was living through after his son’s untimely death and his wife Nandini subsequent insanity.


On the other hand is the beautiful relationship between Rahul and Preity that starts on an almost fantastical note with a hopeful Rahul and a loving Preity and ends with Preity turning cold towards him because of his obsessive ranting after the collapse of his career and their ending up living under the same roof as strangers.


What follows is deceit and living by the instinct for all of them. A perfect backdrop of a thriller becomes a building block of two sincere and complete love stories.