William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream >> Review and trailer

Lysander and Hermia are in love with each other. But Demetrius loves Hermia too, and her father also prefers him. And, the law rules that Hermia must marry Demetrius. Helena, who loves Demtrius, and is Hermia's best friend is left heartbroken by the news. She then comes to know that Hermia and Lysander have decided to elope.

On that fateful night the two elope but lose their way in the jungle, and decide to take rest there. Unaware that Oberon and Titania, the Kind and Queen of the fairies are also there along with Puck, the head mischief-maker. When Puck enchants Lysander and the Queen to fall in love with the first person they see, things take a fun turn.

What will become of the lovers, and who will the Queen fall in love with?

Rating: Yellow - the movie is based on a Shakespearean work and it not plain English. The story does not offer anything particularly new for someone who's watched the plethora of Romantic twists made in Bollywood. You might like it if you like the unique genre of ballad/plays turned to movies though.

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