#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Born from a Gujarati mother and a Punjabi father, Mumbai-based Bollywood Art Director, Simran, is in love with her childhood sweetheart, Raj Dholakia, who is also her mother’s choice. Then her employer, Veer Kapoor, assigns a slacker-Casanova, Jay Dhingra, to work as her subordinate. Jay turns on his charm – albeit in vain – and almost gets fired. Both eventually patch-up and get engrossed in the making of a movie ‘Pyar Pyar Pyar’. During the filming, Simran admits that she has fallen in love with him, and even breaks up with Raj, but Jay rejects her. Heartbroken, she returns to Raj – who welcomes her back, and they are all set to wed. It is then Jay realizes that he may be in love, and wants to meet and apologize to her.
Plot: Simran loves love stories, with her ideal job and perfect boyfriend, she lives a blissful and dreamy life. However, things are rudely interrupted by Jay’s cynicism on sentimentality.
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A bad execution of repetitive story.
‘I hate luv story’ seems like to make an attempt to make a cool film but it fails certainly. It has the same old story with no exceptions. A boring story can sometimes be compensated by good performances but it is not the case with IHLS. I was waiting for the film but it disappointed me. Some scenes specially seems like to be shot in a hurry. Scenes where Imran proposes Sonal were executed badly. Dialogue delivery was below average. Direction was average. I think Imran took it more casually as he can do better for sure. Sonal’s acting was OK. With all these negative points, there were a few good comic dialogs and some good songs. That is it. Overall an average flick. I can say I hate I hate love stories.
Bollywood spoof dominated by two mediocre stars and a dozen clichés.
Simran is the protagonist; I’m cringing already. I did not care for Sanom Kapoor in Aisha, which she dominated to the point of drowning an otherwise sturdy film.
Simran has a Punjabi father and a Gujarati mother. She works in Mumbai as a movie art director. She is in love with Raj Dholakia, her fiancé, whom her mother favours. Veer Kapoor, Simran’s boss, assigns Jay Dhingra to work in the same department as Simran; friction arises. She’s a sentimentalist, he loathes romance.
So, how will the love triangle proceed?
The project they will be working is on location in New Zealand. Do we ever get there? Jay is a dog, and tries to break up Simran and Raj. That goes on for too long. Jay should have been fired several times over for insubordination.
Jay makes Simran laugh, Raj does not. After working together for a while, she invites Jay to have dinner at a restaurant with her and her parents. He turns on the charm, as always. Jay and Simran spend even more time together. Raj tells Simran he’s going to Delhi; he hopes his old Simran is present when he comes back.
Simran thinks she’s fallen in love with Jay, but he’s still a dog. She is rather hurt when she catches him with another woman. She tells him her feelings, and he tells her sentimental love is nonsense. She agrees and gets rather depressed. He finds that he misses her smile. She breaks up with Raj. She leaves early for the new project. Jay has a lot of regrets with musical accompaniment. He tries his old stomping grounds to pick up someone, but fails for lack of will. Eventually he goes to the project in New Zealand, and starts seeing Simran again.
Oh, this goes on forever. Raj shows up on set as well, just to make things interesting.
Jay goes direct to Simran, but she tells him she just cannot go through loving him again. He tries indirect via Giselle, for the jealousy angle. Liked the ‘blah, blah, blah’ scenes with Raj, Simran, and Giselle.
Raj and Simran get married. Raj and her parents are happy, but Simran is not. Ah, too bad.
So, how will this resolve? With multiple clichés, of course.
Cinematography: 10/10 Varies from competent plus to extremely beautiful.
Sound: 10/10 No problems. Incidental music is a bit florid, but lovely to the ear.
Acting: 3/10 Imran Khan, minus four. Sanom Kapoor, minus three. The movie sinks or swims with these two, given the proportion of screen time spent on them. They are irritating, while not entertaining. Otherwise, dull but competent performances.
Screenplay: 4/10 This would have been a nice 20 minute short. The film is low in content, long on making Jay look like an idiot. He completed that task in the first three or four minutes on screen. Continuing to beat the dead horse is not helpful. Raj is made out to be a placeholder punching bag, so the level of romantic tension is always underwater.
Musical Numbers: 6/10 First one (I Hate Luv Storys) was OK. Second, Jay making fun of sentimental Indian films, not nearly as good. Third (Simran and Jay spending time together) fine singing, but I missed the dancing. Fourth (Simran and Jay dancing in public) singing good, but short. Fifth (in movie dance and song) was rather nice…..’Lost and Lonely’ was beautiful, as was the number where Jay is daydreaming during a shoot beneath the mountains in NZ.
Original Language hi
Runtime 2 hr 9 min (129 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director Punit Malhotra
Writer Punit Malhotra
Actors Imran Khan, Sonam Kapoor, Sammir Dattani
Awards 1 win & 9 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio N/A
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Printed Film Format N/A