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Priyanka Chopra: Susanna Anna-Marie Johannes
Anna-Marie Johannes, a beautiful lass who over the course of
thirty-five odd years, gets married seven times due to the untimely and
mysterious deaths of half a dozen of her hapless husbands. The strange
circumstances of their deaths make Susanna a prime suspect. Enigmatic
and irresistibly charming in equal measure - Susanna is the kind of
woman any man would die for! Literally!
Neil Nitin Mukesh: Edwin Rodriques
young and beautiful Susanna falls in love with The Major, who's
oh-so-dashing in his uniform. Yes, he's a bit too old for her, and he
likes giving orders. But love is blind.
John Abraham: Jimmy Stetson
thereafter - very soon - Susanna decides to marry Jimmy, whose good
looks and musical talent sweep her off her feet. She invests in him, but
she has no idea what lies in store.
Irrfan Khan: Wasiullah Khan
a romantic soul. Susanna is susceptible to beautiful poetry. Hence it
is that she discovers and marries Wasiullah Khan A.k.a Musafir, by day a
gentle poet and by night' something else.
Aleksandr Dyachenko: Nicolai Vronsky
older but no wiser. Susanna next marries a Mr. Vronsky from Moscow and
almost re-enacts her very own Anna Karenina love story.
Anu Kapoor: Keemat Lal
these dead husbands! The police take an interest, especially Officer
Keemat Lal, who is helpful to the extreme. He not only persuades Susanna
to marry him, he makes it impossible for her to say no.
Naseruddin Shah: Modhusudhon Tarafdar
now our Susanna is suffering from melancholy, not to mention
indigestion. Along comes her savior, Dr. Modhusudhon Tarafdar with a
healthy answer to both problems: a strict mushroom diet.
The 7th Husband
It turns out that Dr. Mushroom isn't Susanna's last savior. She marries yet again, and finally it's for good.
romantic misadventures of Susanna Anna-Marie Johannes, a beautiful lass
who over the course of thirty-five odd years, gets married seven times
due to the untimely and mysterious deaths of half a dozen of her hapless
husbands. The strange circumstances of their deaths, makes Susanna a
prime accused. Did the husbands deserve to die? Were the murders out of
necessity or pure blood-lust? Does Susanna ever find her one true love?
Edited by lovePC - 15 January 2011 at 1:56pm