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ombay Talkies (film) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Not to be confused with Bombay Talkie. Bombay Talkies Bombay Talkies Official Release Poster Theatrical release poster Directed by Karan Johar Dibakar Banerjee Zoya Akhtar Anurag Kashyap Written by Karan Johar Dibakar Banerjee Zoya Akhtar Anurag Kashyap Reema Kagti Produced by Ashi Dua Starring Rani Mukerji Randeep Hooda Saqib Saleem Vineet Kumar Singh Nawazuddin Siddiqui Sadashiv Amrapurkar Naman Jain Swati Das Katrina Kaif Abdul Quadir Amin Amitabh Bachchan Cinematography Anil Mehta Carlos Catalan Nikos Andritsakis Rajeev Ravi Ayananka Bose Pankaj Kumar Edited by Deepa Bhatia Aarti Bajaj Music by Amit Trivedi Production company Flying Unicorn Entertainment Distributed by Viacom 18 Motion Pictures Release date 3 May 2013 Running time 128 minutes Country India Language Hindi Budget ?30 crore Box office est. ?150 crore Bombay Talkies is a 2013 Indian H indi-language anthology film consisting of four short films, directed by Karan Johar, Dibakar Banerjee, Zoya Akhtar and Anurag Kashyap. The film released on 3 May 2013, coinciding with and celebrating the 100th year of Indian cinema and the beginning of a new era in modern cinema. It screened at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival on 17 May 2013. Bombay Talkies is the first of three anthology films from Johar, Banerjee, Akhtar and Kashyap, being followed by Lust Stories in 2018 and Ghost Stories in 2020, the latter two being released on Netflix. Contents 1 Plots 1.1 Ajeeb Dastaan Hai Yeh 1.2 Star 1.3 Sheila Ki Jawaani 1.4 Murabba (Fruit Preserve) 2 Cast 3 Reception 3.1 Critical reception 4 Soundtrack 5 Sequel 6 References 7 External links Plots Ajeeb Dastaan Hai Yeh Directed by Karan Johar The short film begins with Avinash (Saqib Saleem), a young man, bursting into his house. He wakes his father and pushes him against the wall declaring that he is homosexual and not a eunuch that his par ents are ashamed of. He leaves his parents' house, distraught and heartbroken but ready for a new start. He passes a girl at a train station singing "Ajeeb Dastan Hain Ye." Gayatri (Rani Mukerji) is married to Dev (Randeep Hooda). Gayatri, who works for a magazine meets Avinash, the new intern. Avinash informs her that he's gay and is shocked to see that it doesn't shock her. They gradually become very close. On his birthday, Gayatri invites Avinash home for dinner. That evening, Gayatri tells Dev that Avinash is gay. Dev seems shocked. During dinner, Avinash and Dev find that they both share a love for old Hindi films and music. Avinash leans over Dev to look at something on the table and Dev visibly reacts. The next day, Gayatri leaves for some work. Avinash goes to her house to meet Dev. He gives him a CD and then invites him to come out (a funny play on "coming out of the closet"). Avinash takes Dev to meet the little girl who sings "Lag Jaa Gale." Dev is shocked. He pays the girl a lot of money and asks her what she plans on doing with it. She says she will buy food for her brothers and sisters. He asks her if she's lying. She curtly replies that she isn't, and that lying is bad. By this point, Avinash is sure that Dev is gay but hasn't come out of the closet. The next day he meets Gayatri who happily informs him that she and Dev had amazing sex the night before. Avinash is disappointed and angry, knowing fully well that he is the reason for Dev's good mood. He goes to meet Dev at work. He admits that he took the one-hour journey between the offices just to meet him. Dev is embarrassed and asks him to leave. Avinash reaches over to hug him sensually, alarming Dev. Dev loses his temper and begins to beat Avinash up. Avinash leaves Dev, and goes back home. The beating he received from Dev triggers the memories of his own father beating him up upon discovering his sexu