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Loveshhuda

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19 Feb, 2016 2 hrs 15 mins U/A
Girish Kumar, Navneet Kaur Dhillon, Tisca Chopra, Benaf Dadachanji, Sachin Khedekar, Farida Dadi
Girish Kumar, Navneet Kaur Dhillon, Tisca Chopra, Benaf Dadachanji, Sachin Khedekar, Farida Dadi
Vaibhav Misra
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The premise is such a farce and seems so forced that even the so called bold plot leaves you cold.
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Story: Gaurav Mehra(Girish) and Pooja Misra(Navneet Dhillon) end up in bed on their first date. Their love story then takes twists and turns of a different kind.

Review: Vaibhav Misra sets out to tell you, what according to him, is an unconventional Bollywood story. Honestly the premise is such a farce and seems so forced that even the so called bold plot leaves you cold.

Unlike most Bollywood films that show you how boy meets girl, sings songs and then takes her to mummy; here the hero and his two sidekicks, who claim they are Loveshhuda (whatever!) get wasted at Gaurav's bachelor party. Of course the groom-to-be doesn't know how, but he ends up sleeping with a pretty art student from London called Pooja. In his drunken state he also ends up confessing to her how he hates the thought of marrying Vandana, the shrew he is engaged to. Her advice to him is that he should listen to his heart. But the family honour looms large. And so Gaurav marries Vandana, who makes his life a living hell. A few years later they divorce.

Cut to India. Pooja is now engaged to be married to a co-worker. For her bachelorette, she ends up in Mauritius. Guess, what? Here she meets Gaurav and once again they cannot stay away from one another. Aha! Nothing wrong, except that the distance between the two times this couple want to jump into bed is played out through countless songs and meaningless situations. Of the songs—peene ki tamana and dono ke dono are the hummable sort. But the humour is missing.

The script that is inspired by the Hollywood franchise Hang Over and the Hindi franchise Pyar Ka Punchnama comes unstuck. The whole "not being able to remember what I did in my drunken state," and reliving the scenario the next morning has no deja vu. Instead, it's a terrible mishmash of nothingness. Also for a romantic film to go boom, there should be real passion between its lead players. Individually the boy and the girl aren't too bad but where is the chemistry between you, guys? You cannot ignite a spark here, leave alone a flame.
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