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Times of India
Four couples in a metropolitan city seek to find love amidst the hustle bustle. Will their love win over the challenges like infidelity, commitment issues and monotony?
There is nothing worse than watching a bad romantic comedy. For most of us, rom-coms are therapeutic. Love Ke Funday is the exact antithesis of that feeling. It requires skillful direction to pull off a film with four parallel sub plots. Clearly, director Indervesh Yogee doesn't have the maturity to whip up a coherent narrative. He arrives with a promising premise but his sub-plots are laughable, lacking both earnestness and sharp writing.
Sample the stories - A woman is looking for marriage and her boyfriend, still scarred from his troubled childhood, refuses to walk down the aisle; another couple is leading an unhappy life because the man wouldn't quit smoking; a naive girl and a womanizer strike a chord despite their differences and finally, the last couple reiterates our faith in Karan Johar's iconic line - "Pyaar dosti hai..." Some of these stories are downright ridiculous and others are passable but the real problem lies in the fact that they aren't executed sincerely.
A bunch of novice actors play their parts to the gallery. Sufi Gulati and Ritika Gulati are strictly average. Samiksha Bhatnagar, Harshvardan Joshi and Rishank Tiwari are forgettable. The only actors who make a mark are Pooja Banerjee and Shaleen Bhanot. The supporting actors were dismal, some in need of acting lessons and others English-speaking classes.
The film's writing falls limp long before you invest in the characters. The story coasts along smoothly for a bit despite its contrived plot line. But the real problem happens in the second half, when the plot derails. The slackened speed of the screenplay reduces the film to an absolute slog. It is hard to be generous when you are sitting through bad writing, bad acting and a lot of bad jokes (a word of caution for the lame humour). We advise you let this one go unless you are desperate for the caramel popcorn at the theater's candy bar.