All in Good Time (film)
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|All in Good Time|
|Directed by||Nigel Cole|
|Running time||93 min.|
All in Good Time is a British film directed by Nigel Cole. The story began as a television play by Bill Naughton in 1961 titled Honeymoon Postponed, which was adapted to the 1963 stage play All in Good Time. It was again adapted into the 1966 film The Family Way.
Atul (Reece Ritchie) and Vina (Amara Karan) are newly married and in love. But their marriage gets off to a slow start because they are living with Atul's parents in Bolton. Lack of privacy in the cramped household and Atul's overbearing father, Eeshwar (played by Harish Patel), prevent Atul and Vina to find a suitable time and place to consummate their marriage. At time goes by, word gets around and the young couple's relationship begins to fray. After Vina leaves Atul, Eeshwar is finally able to talk to Atul without judgment and tells him to bring Vina home. With the relationship repaired, Atul and Vina are finally able to consummate their marriage.
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