Adapted from the 2017 novel When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon, the coming-of-age rom-com follows two drastically opposite individuals - a career-oriented girl and a guy who believes in the traditional way of dating, falling in love and getting married. When he arrives on campus to find his 'Future Wife', he falls in love with her, but will sparks fly?
In a nutshell, ‘Mismatched’ is every dramedy cliché ever – on one side, you have the rich kids, brassy gang and on the other, the self-righteous hard workers, and two people from these opposite universes fall in love – but it tugs at your heartstrings for reasons beyond our understanding.
The romcom unfolds during a three-month app and coding course.
It is a depiction of the “first kiss” moment we’ve seen many times in the coming-of-age films of the West.
Mismatched effectively commits the ultimate screenwriting sin: it tells an awful lot, but never really shows. Every moment and feeling is spoon-fed to the point of exhaustion.
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