Mixed Doubles (film)

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Mixed Doubles
Directed by Rajat Kapoor
Produced by Sunil Doshi
Written by Rajat Kapoor
Anurag Kashyap
Starring Konkona Sen Sharma
Ranvir Shorey
Koel Purie
Rajat Kapoor
Music by Sagar Desai
Cinematography Rafey Mehmood
Edited by Suresh Pai
Release date
10 February 2006
Language Hinglish

Mixed Doubles (2006) is an Indian film directed by Rajat Kapoor. It stars Konkona Sen Sharma, Ranvir Shorey, Koel Purie and Rajat Kapoor.[1] The film follows the general plot of a husband asking his wife to swap him for another male, while he swaps her for the other male's wife.

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Sunil Arora and his wife Malti with their son Avi lead a typical middleclass life in Mumbai metro. Having completed 10 years of marriage, Sunil feels he is getting old and is not able to satisfy his wife's advances in bedroom. Sammy (Saurabh Shukla) and Vinay (Vinay Pathak) are Sunil's colleagues in his office and they share their domestic issues as a pastime. Things take a turn when a friend of Sunil's returns from USA and mentions about Swinging and how it has kept him visibly younger. After this Sunil gets obsessed with the concept and starts planning to "swing". Malti is upset with Sunil's obsession and does not give into his new found love. Still, Sunil starts connecting to possible swingers by responding to magazine ads and finally gets hold of Mr. Vinod Khanna and they agree to meet once to get everybody's consensus.

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