All In Good Time
Starring: Reece Ritchie, Amara Karan, Harish Patel, Meera Syal, Neet Mohan
Directed by: Nigel Cole
The plot: Atul Dutt and his blushing bride Vina exchange vows at a traditional Indian ceremony in front of family and friends. Following the ceremony, the happy couple retire to a bedroom under the roof of interfering Eeshwar Dutt and his wife Lopa. The newlyweds look forward to consummating the relationship for the first time before flying abroad for their honeymoon. Alas, marital bliss is short-lived and Atul and Vina re-assess their suitability as a couple.
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"The combined talents of Calendar Girls' Nigel Cole and East Is East's Ayub Khan Din should be a marriage made in heaven but, for all its gentle drama and nicely-judged performances, this has some work to do to match the sleeper status of those films."
"Adapted by writer Ayub Khan-Din from his play Rafta, Rafta, its stagey mix of East Is East-style father/ son conflict and bouncy bedroom farce is endearing, though a tad stereotyped."
"Compromised by a contrived storyline, a confounding key subplot involving a character we never meet and an overly convenient resolution."