By Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama News Network
Some ideas translate into interesting, 2-hour films. But some ideas, though translated on screen, make you feel that they're best suited for television. That's what you experience when you watch VIA DARJEELING.
It's pretty okay to be different, but when you're looking at the Indian audiences and the kind of cinema they tilt towards, you cannot be too experimental. In that sense, VIA DARJEELING holds appeal for a tiny segment of moviegoers here. It's more for discussions amongst friends or those sitting in a coffee shop or at a friend's place on a rainy night [exactly what the characters do in VIA DARJEELING].
The story revolves around Ankur [Kay Kay Menon] and Rimli [Sonali Kulkarni], a newly-wed c