Follow the story of two cousins, Dolly (played by Konkona Sen Sharma) and Kajal (played by Bhumi Pednekar), as they navigate through the twists and turns life throws at them in this journey to find their place in the world.

Directed by Alankrita Shrivastava, this story introduces us to Dolly, a middle-class working woman with a seemingly perfect family and to her cousin Kajal, yet another girl who has come to the city with the dreams of making something of her life.

Will Dolly be able to keep-up with the pressures of maintaining a picture-perfect life?
Will Kajal be able to cross the hurdles her new life, as an independent woman, comes with?

To find out, watch Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare on 18th of September, only on Netflix! This film promises a plethora of emotions that make you laugh, cry, dance and sing along while on this journey with Dolly and Kajal.

Starring: Konkona Sen Sharma, Bhumi Pednekar, Amol Parashar, Kubbra Sait, Vikrant Massey, Karan Kundra and Mushtaq Khan.


Produced by: Balaji Telefilms Ltd

Music by: Arjuna Harjai, Clinton Cerejo and Sadhu S Tiwari


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A disillusioned Delhi wife and her new-in-town cousin navigate damning secrets, dreams and their thorny dynamic on their respective roads to freedom.



  1. Anyone who makes this about Dolly cheating didn't get the message. She only lived for others, she forced herself to stay with her husband even though she didn't love him because guess what, that's what society wants women to do, especially in India. You see her cheating, I see her husband harassing her sister and calling naughty hotlines behind his wives back instead of communicating with her. Also, just ending a marriage sounds easy in theory, but it is not. It takes time to get to the point where you realize it doesn't work and I think they had a wonderful way of showing Dolly's journey to get there. It's not about promoting cheating but it shows what pretentious marriages and lives can lead to. It teaches us to be true to ourselves. Because if Dolly would have lived her life the way she wanted to, she wouldn't have been in that situation. Please try to read between the lines instead of seeing one small thing and then trashing the whole movie, a movie that IS about women empowerment. But this comment section shows that it's still a long way until we get there.

  2. Real life is messy. The clean, morally justified ending you want is what we all deeply want in our own lives too.. but how often does this happen? We've all done shitty things. This movie shows the cycle of pain we are all constantly in. Even Dolly knows what she did is not right. I read comments saying "cheating does not equal freedom".. Yes but the movie doesn't say that either.. it's trying to show how stuck people can get in their life and how messy and even difficult it is to get out.. and people get hurt. Naively saying "just get a divorce" is not that easy.. especially in our culture where divorce is so stigmatized.. and people shaming you. (even men are stigmatized for being divorced). We don't know how Dolly and her husband got into this marriage and but we know she and her husband tried the ideal path of trying to make it work.. well it didn't and it got messed up like it does in real life! Btw, why no one talks about the fact that she had to get her hymen stitched for fear of being shamed? religious fundamentalism killing people? religious bigotry? I think those were more serious problems than Dolly and her marriage..

  3. I liked the performance of lead actors ,konkana always my fevourite,bhumi looks young nd attractive ,women have all right to be happy ….but I don't feel cheating is right in any way ….

  4. The most worst movie ever I watched …writer is the most worst person on the planet ….konkana was rubbish in the movie ….and mostly how third class was the thinking of konkana on the movie …..rubbish story ……all shown in the movie was uncultured women …..konkana's role especially… role cheap movie cheap thinking ….this movie must be banned and writers should be jailed

  5. Media and movies have a big hand in brainwashing coming generations to have a confused and fcuked up lives .. everything is based so that they cannot have any genuine family life ..

    Definitely seems like an agenda .. seems all planned with so many movies with similar story line .. more in Bollywood than Hollywood

  6. Bollywood never knows the name of hema das and her success what she actually does ? She got freedom to do proud things to the indian which definately we proud on her, but bollywood ? And shame their viewers bollywood always influence wrongly to the public specially girls.

  7. Me, A Puniabi born in The Netherlands can verify that if this is the concept in mind of the people in India regarding feminism, freedom or whatever you like to call it, it's not….girls here in Holland do have sex with only the guys they feel coneccted to and don't jump in the sack with every guy they see… i'm sorry to say but back in India they really misunderstand feminism

  8. I wish i can take back the 2 hours i spent watching this movie, cheating,making everything wrong ok because woman wants it?! And she can do whatever she wants and she will be right about it, no cheating isn't ok,leaving your kid isn't ok, at least the husband tried and he was gonna for what it takes to make things work even though she cheated ,yikes ,Netflix's garbage is travelling the world .

  9. Bollywood has become like a horny man, it can't stop thinking and showcasing about physical pleasures (s**). Stop showcasing women and their want for freedom and equality in such a trashy manner. Take your head out of the gutter. You may be showing 1% of the picture where women might act in such a way but where is the remaining 99% which is filled with terrorising stories and uproaring voices of women for true freedom. Stop sexism and stop emasculating women and true feminism.


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