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Jai Mummy Di is an Indian romantic comedy that portrays the trials and tribulations a couple has to undergo due to the dynamics between their respective mothers. The film is in the Hindi language with English subtitles.
Thematic content includes, drunkenness, arranged marriages and gay stereotyping.
One scene depicts two men wrestling, however this is light-hearted.
There are several sexual references including when a male is being forced into an arranged marriage and pretends that he is gay. The bride-to-be passionately kisses him and fondles his crotch.
The film includes the use of the words “shit’, “asshole” and “bitch”.
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