Cast: Irrfan Khan, Nimrat Kaur, Nawazuddin Siddiqui
Mumbai’s tiffin system is famed for its efficiency, but mistakes do happen. When housewife Ila (Nimrat Kaur) seeks to win her husband’s affection through his stomach, her dishes reach a lonely widower Saajan (Irrfan Khan) instead. The mistake starts a friendship —conducted through notes placed in the tiffin box. Writer Ritesh Batra originally intended to pen a documentary on dabbawalas, but his research led to this film.
Friends with Benefits (Comedy / Romance), HBO Defined, 7.25 pm
Cast: Mila Kunis, Justin Timberlake, Patricia Clarkson
Jamie (Mila Kunis), a New York-
based recruiter, and Dylan (Justin Timberlake), an art director who
has moved to the city after being headhunted by Jamie, decide to prove that sex doesn’t have to have emotional ties. While their friendship initially seems unaffected by physical intimacy, problems soon start to creep in when they both want different things from the relationship. Throughout
the movie, Jamie wears a lightning-bolt necklace, and Dylan has a lightning bolt tattoo.
Leap Year (Romance / Comedy),
Romedy Now, 5 pm
Cast: Amy Adams, Matthew
Goode, Adam Scott
Hoping to encourage her long-term boyfriend Jeremy (Adam Scott) to walk down the aisle, Anna (Amy Adams) decides to travel to Dublin and follow the Irish tradition, which says that if a man is proposed to on February 29, then he has to accept. But when the weather disrupts her plans, Anna ends up having to seek help from pub landlord Declan (Matthew Goode). Things get complicated when she finds herself attracted to him. Lead actors Goode and Scott share the same birthday, April 3.
Sex and the City 2
(Comedy / Romance), WB, 9 pm
Cast: Sarah Jessica Parker,
Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis
It’s been two years since Carrie’s (Sarah Jessica Parker) marriage and she is trying to come to terms with not being a party girl anymore. Meanwhile, Charlotte (Kristin Davis) is struggling with motherhood and Miranda is fighting a sexist boss. So when Samantha plans a fun trip to Abu Dhabi, they grab it. Filming was not allowed in Abu Dhabi by the government, as the content was seen as ‘too sexual’.