Jia Aur Jia starring Kalki Koechlin and Richa Chadda is giving off a fresh vibe already. It is an upcoming road film that revolves around two ladies of the same name. However having the same doesn't make both of them similar, as both of them seem poles apart. One is an outgoing girl who believes in living life to the fullest while the other is a reserved banker full of remorse.
Jia Aur Jia is a coming-of-age movie that will connect with the youth and if you like the following movies, you'll definitely love Jia Aur Jia:
Finding Fanny (2014)
This film is a satirical road comedy about five dysfunctional friends. Ferdie, an old postman, goes on a road trip to find his lost love, Fanny. He is accompanied by Angie, Savio, Rosie and a lustful artist Don Pedro.
Dhanak is about the journey of Pari & Chotu, who are on their way to meet Shah Rukh Khan because Pari believes he can help get Chotu's eyesight back. Both the orphaned siblings are on their own without any idea how the world works.
Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (2011)
Three friends Kabir, Imraan and Arjun take a vacation to Spain before Kabir's marriage. This trip that reunites them after a long time helps heal old wounds, resolve differences, and face and combat their worst fears.
Dil Chahta Hai (2001)
Another story of three best friends who are separated due to their different views about relationships. This coming-of-age movie deals with the major period of transition of these three friends and their approach towards life.
Queen is about Rani, a homely, under-confident girl from Delhi, who goes on a solo trip to Europe after her marriage is canceled. The trip makes her realize her worth, makes her self-reliant and self-confident.
Piku is about a quirky relationship between a father and a daughter. Piku's aging father is obsessed with his bowel movements and that leads to many humorous and embarrassing instances. They take a road trip to Kolkata where she comes close to her father, leaving behind their fights and disparate ideologies.
Veera is abducted by goons just a day before her marriage. After getting over the initial horror of abduction, Veera discovers a liberating and an adventurous life. Mahabir, one of the abductors, slowly falls in love with her while they move from city to city.
Chalo Dilli (2011)
Chalo Dilli revolves around Mihika, an investment banker who has missed her flight to Delhi and Manu who helps her reach her destination. In the journey, Mihika faces many difficulties that she never did in her high-class life and they both discover the semblance and colors of urban and rural areas that make India.
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