Tom & Jerry are going to the big screen tomorrow and an Indian wedding will be in the middle of their cat-and-mouse game.
When Tom gets kicked out by his owners, due to failing to do his job as a house cat and has no place to live anymore along with his longtime rival Jerry, who also leaves without a source of food. Now homeless, the cat and mouse duo are left wandering in the streets and decide to call a truce to their rivalry then go their separate ways to have a fresh start in their lives.
The two later cross paths in Manhattan, NYC, where Jerry has taken up residence in the city’s largest, exquisite and finest Royal Gate Hotel, causing all sorts of trouble while the staff is preparing for the “wedding of the century” between Ben and Preeta.
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Kayla (Chloë Grace Moretz), a young, newly employed staff member, is tasked by the hotel manager Mr. DuBros (Rob Delaney) with planning the event and getting rid of Jerry. Kayla later finds Tom and hires him to catch Jerry, reigniting their never-ending fight. However, chaos unfolds when the cat-and-mouse slapstick battle threatens to destroy Kayla’s career, the wedding, and possibly even the hotel itself as the chase causes widespread mayhem. But soon, an even bigger problem arises as the three may have to put their differences aside when they uncover a diabolical conspiracy that involves the deputy hotel manager Terrence (Michael Peña).
The film features actress Pallavi Sharda, who plays Preeta, the bride-to-be planning her wedding in the best hotel in New York City! She and her fiancé are planning for a smooth wedding (until Tom and Jerry come and spin things out of control)!
An Indian wedding planned and executed by Warner Bros. is sure to be a treat. Don’t miss out on the movie as it opens tomorrow in theaters and on HBO Max. Check out the trailer for a sneak peek into the most beloved rivalries in history!
Not competent enough to sit idle and stare as the world goes by, Pallavi is optimistic to a fault and believes in building her world on her own rather than depending on others to make things right.