Marking Valentine’s week, Tata Play is set to bring the celebration of the emotion that needs no language to the audience’s screen with a line-up curation.
Through its divergent value-added services such as Tata Play Romance, Tata Play Videshi Kahaniyan and Tata Play Theatre, Tata Play will host iconic love stories for its viewers to bring alive the most romantic day of the year.
The four movies to be played will be, ‘Socha Na Tha’ at 7 pm on February 13, on Tata Play Romance; ‘Welcome 2 Life’ at 2 pm on February 14, on Tata Play Videshi Kahaniyan; Rahenge Sadaa Gardish Mein Taare at 6 pm on February 14, on Tata Play Theatre; and 'Piya Behrupiya' at 8 pm on February 14, on Tata Play Theatre.
Imtiaz Ali’s ‘Socha Na Tha’ gave us a glimpse into the world of love that makes a person want to fall in love. The film features the confused couple Abhay Deol and Ayesha Takia and showcases the hotchpotch they create while trying to be rebels and finding resonance with their inner voice that lurks for each other. Socha Na Tha also marks Imtiaz’s debut into the direction world.
Another movie on the Valentine Watch list by Tata Play is ‘Welcome 2 Life’ on their Tata Play Videshi Kahaniyan service. It puts a perspective on the consequences of important decisions made in life and utilises second chances. This Korean drama screens storylines of two parallel worlds that are similar yet different. The story includes romance, suspense, humor, and supernatural forces at work.
‘Rahenge Sadaa Gardish Mein Taare’ is a Hindi play starring Sonali Kulkarni and Arif Zakaria. A story with a touch of love, romance and loss of love will keep the audience glued to the screen with its enthralling storyline. The drama is based on the relationship between two creative people and their professional lives. A tribute to 1950s Hindi cinema, it is heavily inspired by the life of filmmaker Guru Dutt, his singer-wife Geeta Dutt and their tumultuous marriage.
An adaptation of William Shakespeare's famous comedy play, 'Twelfth Night', 'Piya Behrupiya' is a delightful musical adapted by Amitosh Nagpal and directed by Atul Kumar. The story combines cruelty with high comedy and the pangs of unrequited love with some of the subtlest poetry and most beautiful songs Shakespeare ever wrote, which will make you a couch potato. The drama stars Gagandeep Singh Riar, Mantra, Saurabh Nayyar, Aadar Malik, Amitosh Nagpal, Neha Saraf, Geetanjali Kulkarni, Manasi Multani, Trupti Khamkar and Titas Dutta.