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Neeraj Pandey's Ouch Takes on the Complexities of a Relationship

Neeraj Pandey's <em>Ouch</em> Takes on the Complexities of a Relationship
Neeraj Pandey's Ouch Takes on the Complexities of a Relationship
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2016-10-26T16:33:24+05:30

Neeraj Pandey’s short film Ouch, starring Manoj Bajpayee and Pooja  Chopra presents an interesting take on the complex thing that relationships are.  The film spans over a 14-minute long conversation between Priya (Pooja Chopra) and Vinay (Manoj Bajpayee), both married and in an extra marital affair with each other. 

The movie unfolds inside a hotel room and captures the panic that dawns upon Vinay when Priya develops "moral pangs". In a casual manner, the film takes us through how their planning goes awry when Priya's family takes precedence over her relationship. 

We suggest you take a look at this light-hearted take on relationship.

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