For Atul Dutt and his young bride Vina married life is proving far from straightforward, when it comes to their 'first night'. Atul is so woefully inhibited by the proximity of his parents,...
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For Atul Dutt and his young bride Vina married life is proving far from straightforward, when it comes to their 'first night'. Atul is so woefully inhibited by the proximity of his parents, let alone his brother's childish pranks, that his beautiful virgin bride remains just that. When their hard saved honeymoon is cancelled the next day, the couple is forced to return to the Dutt household and set up home there. So with meddling parents, nosy neighbours and a community that thrives on gossip, can this marriage last?
When Vina visits Atul at his cinema-projection workplace, the sound of a film and projector running are quite clearly heard, yet the rack of amplifiers behind him are clearly not powered, in particular the main sound amp which isn't lit at all. See more »
All in good time is a typical Brit Asian film... as an Asian I don't watch many Brit Asian films but this film is hilarious! I love the way that the father's character has been portrayed to the audience, it's funny because he is an overweight character and the way he behaves combined with his appearance is what makes his character very humorous. Looking at my family the stereotypes are almost true!I would recommend this strongly to viewers who love other films such as It's a Wonderful after life and Bend it like Beckham.. just like these films even though the stereotypes are there, they are not strong enough to be offensive. Also, the humour is light and is a very good family friendly film.
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