Men are not monogamous; Aamir will definitely vouch for that. In the forthcoming film 'THE GREAT INDIAN BUTTERFLY', Aamir Bashir continues his relationship with his ex-girlfriend, with whom he had a live-in-relationship, and finds it perfectly normal, though this could affect his present married life.
Though Sandhya's , woman on top character, in the film raves and rants about the incompleteness in their relationship and the pressures of career and stress in their lives, Aamir believes that past relationship are an intrinsic part of one's life. These and other inherent contradictions, sets the stage for the couple to set out in search for The Great Indian Butterfly
Sandhya believes that urban stress takes a toll including on the sex lives of the couples, because men being men, prioritise work in their lives and invariably take it to bed with them. Sandhya also hates, when men joke about women 'PMS-ing when they are irritable. According to her " I pray to god that Men too should go through PMS-ing, so that they will understand a woman better"
TGIB is a road trip from Bombay to Goa, of an urban couple, in search of the elusive and mystical Great Indian Butterfly, and if they find it, will give them Happiness, love, Peace and Luck. The film is very relatable to urban couples who face conflicts in their career and relationship, a film which corporate India will relate to completely.
'THE GREAT INDIAN BUTTERFLY' is the first Bollywood film shot as a Road Trip from Bombay to Goa, in real locations, in an open car with all its adventure and misadventures, as part of the journey.
'THE GREAT INDIAN BUTTERFLY' is produced by Sanjay Gupta
's 'White Feather Arthouse Films and Nex Gen films and slated to release on March 26th.