Chicken Tikka Masala

Chicken Tikka Masala

Jimi (Chris Bisson), the Chopra family's only son, gets caught off guard when his high-handed parents (Saeed Jaffrey and Jamila Massey) announce an arranged marriage to Simran (Jinder Mahal), a lovely girl from a respectable family. Problem is, Jimi's gay, so to hide his homosexuality, he spins an ever-more elaborate web of deceit -- but how long can he conceal the truth?

Jimi is surprised when his family announces an arranged wedding to Simran, especially as he is gay and has a boyfriend, Jack. The easy way out? No - he decides to arrange something a little unorthodox instead. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Chicken Tikka Masala torrent reviews

Komal S (ca) wrote: Blahest dance movie. Ever. Besides the fact that it is boringly predictable in its plot it is a fail wannabe cross between burlesque and step up... yuck.

Logan A (br) wrote: The animation is good, but it doesn't really work as a movie.

Christina R (ca) wrote: I don't care what people think about this movie. I love it. I've probably seen it over a hundred times by now.

Drew M (jp) wrote: I saw this movie already... It was called Persona. In terms of a fractured identity+homosexual relationship+class jumping+murder movie, I prefer The Talented Mr. Ripley.

Art S (us) wrote: Grim, somewhat turgid, tale of a heating oil executive contending with a variety of stresses in early '80s NYC. Oscar Isaac is subdued in the lead, perhaps because he plays an extremely controlled guy who is motivated to overcome the obstacles against all odds (which include robbers hijacking his trucks, the district attorney bringing down corruption charges, and a risky business play that starts to go sour). Jessica Chastain is his crass wife, daughter of the previous company president who ran the company as a gangster rather than in the upstanding way Isaac wishes to pursue, and she is a piece of work (but doesn't always feel as though she is in the same film with the others). So, it's an unusual story - about a business man, his wife, his banker, and his lawyer (played by an unrecognizable Albert Brooks...except for his voice) - that threatened not to hold my interest. I mean, who cares about business guys? Although there are elements of a thriller embedded in the story, they feel tacked on to the plot in order to stop the anaemia. The grimy New York locations and sad old cars only add to the effect.