Loveshhuda Film Review Rating 1st Day Collection Box Office India Report

Loveshhuda Film Review Rating 1st Day Collection Box Office India Report :- Directed by Vaibhav Misra and featuring Girish Kumar, Navneet Kaur Dhillon and Naveen Kasturia in lead roles Hindi romantic film Loveshhuda went on screens today all across the world but unfortunately the initial response that this low budget venture has received from the public of India was not at all satisfactory and other movies like Neerja, Direct Ishq and Ishq Forever have clearly dominated this venture on the opening day at Indian box office.


This story of Loveshhuda is about Gaurav (Girish Kumar) who is a London based guy who is all set to tie the knot with a dominating girl named Vandana who has been chosen by his elder sisters. Vandana is controlling and Gaurav can hardly stand her. When his friends throw him a bachelor party, as expected Gaurav not only gets drunk but also ends up having a one night stand.

LoveShhuda has an extremely weak plot because the lead characters themselves are flawed. Misra picks up elements from Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani and Love Aaj Kal. If aping these two amazing films was any less, one of the most romantic scenes from The Notebook where Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams dance in the middle of the street without music is also lifted.

According to this film, every 20 something who is getting married is highly immature to even take the decision of getting married and hence they obviously need alcohol to get know what the heart wants.

Loveshhuda Star Rating 1/5* verdict for Loveshhuda : Watching Loveshudda in cinema halls for about 2 hours is just like going through a third degree torture as both the halfs are absolutely unbearable and we recommend you all not to waste your money and time on this venture.

Loveshhuda First Day Collection – Rs 2 crore (approx)

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