Avec: Linda Arsenio, Alisha Chinoi, Vir Das, Manjari Fadnis, Ray Irani, Amruta Khanvilkar, Indraneil Sengupta, Dilip Tadeshwar
Réalisateur: Manoj Tyagi
Compositeur: Adnan Sami
Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
Vidéo: Format 16/9, compatible 4/3
Durée: (environ) 150 minutes
Genres: Comédie, Romance
Mumbai Salsa is a funny look at the fast emerging dysfunctional relationships that exists within the young corporate India. There was a time when an average Indian was laidback, content and with plenty of time for love, life & relationships. But the economic liberalization, foreign investments, BPOs etc changed all that. An average Indian does not have time for love life or relationships and romances do not blossom in parks anymore. In fact an average Indian spends more time in pubs and night clubs apart from offices and home. Mumbai Salsa is one such pub in Mumbai, where the lives of our principal characters change forever. Virdas plays Rajeev Sharma. An advertising executive, Rajeev is a hopeless romantic but none of his relationships last. He is come about being really confused about women. Now, finally it seems that he has met the woman of his dreams…. But will the dream shatter? Indraneil SenGupta plays Karan. A merchant banker Karan is the epitome of deviousness. For Karan women are just to have fun with. No serious commitments for him…. But will that change? Dilip Thadeshwar plays Subramanium. Also works in the same Advertising agency as Rajeev. Subbu as he is better known is a traditionalist. He is conservative to the core. He hates everything that is progressive especially in the lifestyle department…. But it seems his outlook is in for a big jolt. Raymond Irani plays Shahji. He is a gym instructor. He is more brawn than brain. He likes to have a good time but for him it takes a while for the penny to drop. It seems he is going to meet his match in the libido department. Manjari Fadnis play Maya. Maya works as the head of the Human Resources department of a leading Bank. Maya is Miss proper. For her, everything has to be perfect. And she also seeks a similar perfection in love. But we all know that love knows no perfection. Will Maya understand this? Amruta Khanvilkar plays Neha. She owns a beauty and tattoo parlor. She loves the good life and especially the good sex life. She calls herself hypersexual. She secretly desires the permanence of love but for that she will have to face the ghosts for her past. Linda Arsenio plays Pamella. Pamella is an expatriate who works in the same Advertising firm as Rajeev. She loves India and everything Indian. For her the final sign of acceptance in this country is to find love here. Will she? Neelam Chauhan plays Xenobia. She owns a Salsa class and also teaches there. She comes from a broken home and has always wanted to feel like she belonged to someone. She knows that true love will give her that feeling of security that she desires. Will she find true love?