Mixed Doubles comes alive with its intriguing characters and a believable setting rendering a sense of lived-in reality. The film with its smooth screenplay gives a peek-a-boo into the married life of a couple that has lost all spark-that-used-to-be and their quirky attempts to restore it. The 90-minute dramedy is, for most part, engaging.
The pre-climax bit seems to have been dealt with too hurriedly after all that Rajat Kapoor does to build it up.
The film didn't go down too well with the masses (hence, prolly unheard of) but if you're game for some experimental cinematics, go for it!