Kucch Luv Jaisaa (2011)

Kucch Luv Jaisaa
 
Director
Barnali Ray Shukla
Producer
Vipul Shah
Writer
Barnali Ray Shukla
Music
Pritam Chakraborty
Lyrics
Irshad Kamil
Release
May 27, 2011

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About Movie

Kuchh Luv Jaisaa is a film directed by Barnali Ray Shukla. The film depicts the story of an odd couple. The film takes back to year 2002's film Mr and Mrs Iyer. where Rahul Bose shares a unique bond with Konkona Sen Sharma, the same bond he shares with Shefali Shah in Kuchh Luv Jaisaa.

The film unfolds the story of Madhu Saxena (Shefali Shah), a housewife with two kids isn't really content with the way her life is moving. 'Koi meri sunta hi nahin,' she rumbles annoyingly. On her birthday, her husband (Sumeet Raghavan) leaves for office without wishing her. The doorbell rings after sometime. She excitedly opens the door thinking it might be a surprise gift sent by her husband, but only finds the garbage collector. Madhu is in complete despair.

To cheer up, she decides to celebrate her special day all by herself. She buys new clothes, gets a makeover done and even buys a brand new car. Enjoying her celebrations, she goes to a restaurant, where she comes across Raghav (Rahul Bose), a criminal on the run. She thinks he's a detective and wants to spend the rest of the day with him. The opportunist Raghav pretends to be a detective so that he can escape from the police. The remaining story is about Madhu and Raghav coming to terms with certain truths.

Performance wise, Shefali Shah known as a dominant actress fails to impress this time. She is not so convincing as in her earlier film. Rahul Bose is really disappointing as a gangster. Neetu Chandra is wasted. Sumit Raghavan enacts his part beautifully. Om Puri is just okay.

On the whole Kucch Luv Jaisaa seems good on paper but fails to impress on silver screen.