Shot in Mauritius, the film shows Sanjay Suri and Sharman Joshi vying for Chitrangada Singhâ€™s attention with a laid back stay-calm stay-cool kind of urbane chic that often masquerades as a mirror of contemporary mores in todayâ€™s cinema.Happily, â€œSorry Bhaiâ€ has plenty of genuine moments of emotional â€˜ouchâ€™-burst.This isnâ€™t a film about confrontational relationships.The characters prefer to keep it nice and peaceful on the surface, no matter what the turmoil inside, just like the blue oceans and white sands of Mauritius
Cast: Sharman Joshi, Sanjay Suri, Chitrangada Singh
Siddharth Mathur, a shy young scientist, travels to Mauritius for his elder brother Harsh’s wedding. Accompanying him is his Ma, a reluctant traveller since she is angry at Harsh for deciding to get married without consulting them. Also travelling is Siddharth’s cheery father, whose sole entertainment is pulling Ma’s leg.Harsh, pre-occupied with work, can spend little time with his family and it is left to his fiancÃ©e Aaliyah to show them around Mauritius before the wedding.
However, Ma’s anger at Harsh ensures that she takes an instant dislike for Aaliyah, and it is Aaliyah and Siddharth who end up spending loads of time together. This, added to the fact that Aaliyah feels neglected by the career-obsessed Harsh, leads to them being irresistibly drawn to each other. A horrified Siddharth battles this attraction desperately, but Aaliyah has fallen madly in love and pursues him with single-minded determination. When Siddharthâ€™s defences start crumbling and Ma starts getting suspicious, all hell breaks loose in the Mathur familyâ€¦The movie is a fun romantic comedy with lots of moments that will make you cry and smile at the same time.