17 September 2018 | By: Writing Buddha

Review: Love Per Square Foot: As Amazing as its name! ***½

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Netflix is releasing one Indian stuff at a time and assuring that it gets full attention of the audiences awaiting some online stuff to watch without the guilt of not watching it on 70mm screen. This February, they released their first digitally released full movie named “Love per Square Foot”. It stars one of the best actors’ industry has found out- Vicky Kaushal and Angira Dhar of Bang Baaja Baaraat fame. The movie is very well made with realistic scenes and dialogues. The characters are also kept quite locale and with which you can relate very easily. Vicky Kaushal plays a corporate slave and does significantly perfect in his role. Angira Dhar also works in his office and plays her part of a Bandra girl who is not so rich perfectly. Raghubir Yadav, Ratna Pathak Shah, Supriya Pathak, Kunaal Roy Kapur, Gajraj Rao and Brijendra Kala plays a wonderful supporting cast with each one of them having distinct characters but still relatable as you have found someone like them around you in Mumbai.

The film is about the dream of both the main characters dreaming of their own individual homes and for this specific reason, they come together and fake their marriage so that they can book a lucky draw flat which is applicable only for couples. And while walking on this path of their personal goal, they fall in love and after a time gets confused if they are more passionate about each other or their personal goal of having their own home. Anand Tiwari has directed this movie very well which intrigues you for two hours completely.

Love per Square Foot is a feel-good movie which you will recommend everyone after watching it. It is one of those romantic movies which is not cheesy, and you can publicly claim that it’s your favorite. There are many beautiful scenes between different characters which makes the movie worth watching. Also, film has done full justice with the city of Mumbai where nothing has been overdone or ignored.

Talking about the drawbacks, the songs in the movie isn’t something you were looking out for with the kind of settling it has. The boss-employee lust thing is given too much screen time in the movie whereas more focus should have been given to the chemistry of the two main characters. Overall, Love per Square Foot is a movie you should watch and yes, re-watch again whenever you feel upset in this city which keeps running without stopping for anyone. I give this movie 3.5 stars out of 5.


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