One on One – 2, a sequel to One on One, showcases a new set of nine riveting stories. From frustrated ticket collectors to feisty brides-to-be, the subject matter includes the music industry, the bureaucracy, marriage, the futility of war, immigration, real estate scams and Bollywood…a host of issues concerning the new Incredible India.
I’M EVERY WOMAN – A dazed wife, a non-committal daughter, a guilt ridden mum, a not so dutiful daughter-in-law… and what happens when they are all the same person.
REALTY BYTES – Vicky Lalwani, a Mumbai flat broker remembers his city, his past, his love, while showing clients a 3 BHK in Juhu.
GAME, SET(ING) AND MATCH – An American Desi boy is invited to India to meet a prospective bride, but the investment climate looks much more interesting
NOBODY – Vishal Modi. No Body. Just some powder in an urn. An entry in a ledger. A cancelled name on a list. An inconsequential statistic
TC RASBIHARI – Rasbihari ko gussa kyon aata hai? Ticket Collector Rasbihari gets slapped. He has been slapped many times before. But he is very upset today. Because today it was not his fault!
MAJNU – A couple of Indian soldiers at a border outpost build a relationship over a series of conversations, all directly or indirectly asking one question – “What is war?”
LAUGHING HYENA – A young karaoke DJ named Elvis battles out of tune singers and out of date law makers in a story about bans and band baaja in Mumbai
DULHANIYA – Gurpreet is about to get happily married to her college sweet heart. Only trouble is this germ of an idea that has popped up in her head, “does this happily ever after even exist?”
KHOON, PASINA…ACTION! – What happens behind the scenes before you see a film on screen…The story of one man’s ambition on the brink of fruition and failure at the same time.
“A collaboration of talent that shouldn’t be missed.” – The Bombay Times
“…slice-of-life pieces that audiences laugh at because they see themselves or someone they know in the characters on stage.” – Mid-day
“It showcases monologues on a vast range of subjects, leaving the audience with much laughter, gentle smiles and a few tears.” – Verve read more