Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain (2018)
(Released: May 18, 2018)
The gharana of Yashwant Batra (Sanjay Mishra) a 52-year-old, post office employee whose replica can be easily found in your or your neighbor/family member or friend's house. Caged within his views/ideas and attitude, Yashwant is the typical nagging husband that takes his wife Kiran (Ekavali Khanna) and their relationship for granted. Their daughter Preeti (Shivani Raghuvanshi) is the girl who has her mind and makes her choices. Preeti is in love with the boy next door Jugnu (Anshuman Jha). Yashwant is unwilling to take Jugnu seriously and is secretly nursing a complex feeling as the middle class Yashwant got 'lucky' in getting married to a upper middle class Kiran. Reluctant to marry the boy chosen by his father, Preeti rebels and questions his father about his understanding of love and compatibility. The incident changes the life of the Batra's, especially for Yashwant as he undergoes a journey of self discovery and understanding of love. In the process, Yashwant encounters his prejudice, fights his blemishes and embraces the idea of togetherness courtesy Feroze (Pankaj Tripathi) and Suman (Ipsita Chokroberty) - an inter-caste couple, who provide a living example on how to live with your beloved.