Director Anant Balani
Screenplay Anant Balani
Writer Anant Balani
Language English, Hindi
Genre Romance, Comedy
|Release date 26 September 2003 (2003-09-26)|
Release date September 26, 2003 (India)
Music director Anand Raj Anand, Farhad Wadia
Songs Loot Gaye
Cast Rahul Bose (Debashish (Debu) Chatterjee), Perizaad Zorabian (Sonali Verma), Vijay Raaz (Baba Hindustani), Saurabh Shukla (Nitin Kapoor)
Mumbai Matinee is a 2003 Bollywood romantic comedy film directed and written by Anant Balani and starring Rahul Bose as a 32-year-old virgin. The film premiered on 26 September 2003 and was also released in the UK. Director Anant Balani died before the film was released on 29 August 2003.
Debu (Rahul Bose) is a 32-year-old advertising agent, but has a serious problem in that he is still a virgin. He meets Baba Hindustani (Vijay Raaz) in a hotel who promises to cure him of the teasing he gets from being a virgin. He later meets Nitin Kapoor, a film-maker (Saurabh Shukla) who later films him as he works out in the gym and other physical activities. Unaware of what is happening, Kapoor edits the film in such a way to give the impression of Debu as having sex. The film is released and becomes a box office hit and Debu quickly becomes a sex symbol. He later meets Sonali Verma (Perizaad Zorabian), a journalist, who helps him through his difficulties and they later fall in love.
- "Tera Dekh Ke Najara Tobba Tobba Mere Yara (Loot Gaye)" - Shashwati
- "Tere Bina Mai Jiu Aise" - Kunal Ganjawala
- "Ye Hai Mumbai" - Sonu Nigam
- "You" - Shaan
- "Bumbai Se Aaya Mera Dost" - Abbey
- "Sex Is Good" - K. K.
- "Shame" - Joe Alvares
- "Tere Bina Mai Jiu Aise (2)" - Kunal Ganjawala
ReferencesMumbai Matinee Wikipedia
Mumbai Matinee IMDb Mumbai Matinee themoviedb.org