Priyanka Chopra Jonas portrays the well-known children’s book author Mira Ray. Her books use her own graphics and feature stories centered on a caterpillar. Arinzé Kene, who plays her fiance John, is the love of her life. They cross paths at a café where she is preoccupied with work. They engage in healthy conversation that demonstrates how smitten they are with one another. He then departs the café to go to work. Unluckily, he is struck by a drunk motorist while traveling.
After the awful passing of John, Mira withdraws. She relocates back to her rural family home with them. She makes the decision to move back into the city two years later and stays at her sister Suzy’s (Sofia Barclay) flat. Mo, who is portrayed by Omi Djalili, advises her not to feel compelled to put aside her love for John when they go out to eat.
Sam Hughan (Rob Burns), a music critic who works at a company, is introduced to us in the meantime. He just experienced a heartbreaking breakup since he intended not to marry him on the wedding day. To break out of his rut and write an article about Celine Dion, his employer Richard Hughes (played by Steve Oram) challenges him. Sam disagrees because he thinks her song is too emotional.
Sam can not get the fuss, even if his coworkers Lisa (Ludia West) and Billy (Russell Tovey) are in love with her work. They advise him to find a date and move on from his ex. It is challenging for him to achieve it.
Suzy gives Mira a box of memorabilia she has of John. She feels nostalgic as she considers her recollections of them. Additionally, she discovers a ring and puts it on. She then makes the decision to stay up drinking wine. Given that John isn’t around, Mira pours it into two glasses and finds it odd. She makes the random decision to send John a text message on his phone.
John’s mobile phone receives texts from Suzy. Rob, it turns out, obtained John’s phone number after he passed away. Though he finds the texts odd, he chooses not to reply. He mysteriously keeps receiving messages where a stranger is sharing their deepest thoughts.
Mira expresses her emotions via her work while still continuing to write about them. Her publisher, Gina (played by Celia Imrie), considers those melancholy novels tough to market because the books are intended to be for children. Who among children would want to see a caterpillar cry? She instructs Mira to compose something happier instead because of this.
Meanwhile, Rob confronts Lisa after assuming she is the one who is messaging him. She quips that he must be rather elderly to fall in love with her and lets him know that it isn’t she who is messaging him. Later, he interrupts Celine’s press appearance with a text message from Mira. He also expresses his pessimistic view on love. Celine claims that he has no concept of what love is.
After the awkward evening, Mira stops talking to Rob. She discovers Rob’s published piece a few days later. He discusses his feelings for Mira and how Celine supported him in pursuing his love in that article. Mira becomes outraged, but reading his thoughts makes the readers cry.
Suzy advises Mira to give him another shot. Celine called to confirm the same. The singer shares a tale of how she and her spouse overcame their disagreement by coming to an agreement. When Mira hears it, she resolves to see Rob and extend her forgiveness in light of his good intentions. According to her, she might never get over her emotions for John.
Cast Of Movie
Priyanka Chopra Mira Ray, Sam Heughan Rob Burns, Nick Jonas Joel, Russell Tovey Billy Brooks, Sofia Barclay Suzy Ray, Lydia West Lisa Scott, and Amanda Blake Female Journalist.
Can 12-year-olds watch Love Again?
The MPAA has given Love Again a PG-13 rating due to some sexual content and some coarse language. Violence: Although it is not seen, a drunk driver causes a tragic vehicle accident.
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