Mary Poppins Returns
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Coupling the humdrum plot with bad editing, unnecessary and confusing voice-overs, repetitive dialogue, and truly cheesy plugs by the producers for their past films, I Hate Luv Storys can't even be classified as one of the better Bollywood romances.
An interesting, and hilarious movie! Jay is an inspiring young film assistant who dreams of making his own movies someday. Although he's highly cynical about love especially romantic films, he needs the film experience and will take whatever work project he can get. Constantly clashing with the director, Jay becomes a costume and set designer's assistant. It is on the film set that Jay meets Simran, the costume and set designer, and the two are at ends. As they spend more time, and get to know each other, the two become friends. Soon after, Simran has fallen in love with Jay despite having a fiancé. Jay doesn't share her feelings, and lets her down. This makes Simran feel like a fool, so she loses herself in her work to try to forget Jay. As the film project draws to a finish, Jay realizes that he not only misses Simran's company but that he is in love with her too.
Sonam Kapoor, Imran Khan, and Sammir Dattani stars. Worthy!
I dont know why this movie got so many bad reviews. The story is funny, and sweet. The characters are obvious, and so is the ending, but the writing had an unusual perspective. The actors were nice to watch, also, especially that Imran Khan...what a cutie!! I'm not into all Bollywood stories, but I really enjoyed this one.
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