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Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga is a movie starring Sonam Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, and Rajkummar Rao. The film tells the story of Sweety Chaudhary, a closeted lesbian, and her attempts to come out to her conservative and traditional...

Genres
Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director
Shelly Chopra Dhar
Starring
Juhi Chawla, Sonam Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, Rajkummar Rao

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Genres Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director Shelly Chopra Dhar
Writer Shelly Chopra Dhar, Gazal Dhaliwal, P.G. Wodehouse, Gazal Dhaliwal, Gazal Dhaliwal, Shelly Chopra Dhar
Stars Juhi Chawla, Sonam Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, Rajkummar Rao
Country India
Also Known As Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa, ELKDTAL
Runtime 2 h
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Some love stories are not simple, Sweety's is one such story. She has to contend with her over-enthusiastic family that wants to get her married, a young writer who is completely smitten by her, a secret that she harbours close to her heart and ultimately the truth that her true love might not find acceptance in her family and society. Resolving these issues proves hilarious, touching and life changing.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 23 Sep 2020 03:04

Ever since "Koi & Lo" (2002) made a name for itself and the likes of Om Puri, John Abraham and the great Katrina Kaif made a name for themselves in the Bollywood circuit with their completely brilliant performances, the subject of emotional duress has been an unexplored and misunderstood area. To show this concept and the various ways it can be addressed is a tough task. In "Koi & Lo" it is found in the lives of an interdependent family in a small town, from there on there is the whole range of emotions, arguments, love and everything else between the characters. A village. It is a family whose main aim is to fulfill the needs of the surrounding community, which is a difficult task, if you ask me. The story is extremely complex, the subject of a show coming to life in all its magnitude and complexity. Each character has his or her own story, and if you analyze the film, you will see that it is a story of two brothers who have lost their mother, have been subjected to an abusive father and are constantly being questioned by their uncle (played by Katrina Kaif) as to why they don't love each other. I am sure you can guess what happens. Myself, I couldn't. I will stop here. Do not miss this. The story is complex, the acting is brilliant, the cinematography is excellent. The time and place are beautiful. The story is deep, the characters are well drawn, the theme of the film is touching and the final scene is perfect. There is no film that makes you think about this subject and the performances of the two brothers, which makes you feel every emotion, is done with such sensitivity. John Abraham and Katrina Kaif have done a tremendous job and it is a pleasure to watch them. Watch it. It is not what you expect. If you have never experienced the deep emotions involved in this subject and can only rely on what the press and magazines say, you may be disappointed. If you can't give a damn about this topic, just watch it for yourself. It will change your life.
Friday, 18 Sep 2020 22:39

A few months ago, I saw this film at a movie house and at first, I was just so excited about it. I was also kind of happy that I got to go to a movie theatre that didn't charge us for a ticket. But when I saw the English dubbing, I really started questioning how the hell was it dubbed. I was thinking how the hell does one get a second language dubbed to English. I was also wondering if it was the actors or the director that did this. I didn't understand what the director was trying to say and it seemed like he was trying to be funny but it didn't work. The only thing that I like about this movie is that it's so touching and so much fun. The only problem I had was when she kissed him. I just felt that she was being a bit too over the top. But the film itself is really good, the music is very good and the story is very good. I think the best part of the film is the very first scene where the family says goodbye to the land. I just love that scene and the way they say goodbye. The atmosphere of the film is very melancholic and sad, but the emotion doesn't seem out of place. The director should really be thanked for this movie. I feel that this film is going to become a cult classic and has a lot of potential. If you're looking for a good comedy with a good story, then this is the film for you. And I'm happy that I got to see this at a theatre and not in the theatres. I hope that one day, the director and actor will make a sequel or a prequel for this movie. I think that if the actors who played in this film had a chance to continue in more films, they would have done it. This is the kind of film that can make you laugh and it's a classic that you can be proud of. And if you're not looking for a serious film, then this film is a good comedy.
Saturday, 12 Sep 2020 06:25

Malvika, a young woman from a poor family, has the beautiful looks, but little wisdom. Her father is a man addicted to alcohol and is known to be a big sentimentalist. When his wife dies of a stroke, she decides to remarry a rich man. She meets young Shruthi, the daughter of a wealthy businessman. His wife is well to do and is very liberal. One night, Malvika meets a young man from the village, now living with his girlfriend in a big house. The young man comes to her home and they fall in love. She soon finds out that he is a bachelor. But she is not ready to accept him as she does not want to lose her beautiful family. She takes him to the brothel where she is soon to find out that his rich girl friend lives there with him. They start a romance and after several dates, she finds out that he is a "carrot". One day, Malvika has to decide whether to accept him or not. Both of them are very smart but it is a very important decision. This film is an interesting picture about the problems that a young girl has to face when she marries the rich guy. I think that it is not a typical romantic movie, in which the main character accepts her fate and goes with it. This movie is much more sophisticated than that. On the contrary, it shows that a young woman has to make some difficult choices and choose between two good men. The end of the movie shows that she has to choose between two decent guys. The characters are very realistic and the plot is very interesting. I do not understand how this film did not get the attention that it deserves. The director also shows how the characters are interested in each other. It is an enjoyable movie with very good performances by the cast. It is also a good film for the cinema-goers.
Saturday, 08 Aug 2020 23:37

Yash Chopra (Boman Irani) and his married sister Kashib (Samantha Morton) have divorced. In a kind of last act of loneliness and longing for a connection with Kashib, Yash meets another neighbour, Zoya (Olivia Williams). She is in a relationship with his former friend, Dorit (Akshay Kumar). Zoya has told Yash that she can't imagine a life without Dorit. She is lonely and has no interest in life. There are many small, black-and-white "slate" shots of London in which Yash (as always) grasps at the edge of the screen. He reads newspapers and watches London Television. He is clearly out of place. He stares at the window and watches Dorit's self-consciously dreary face. He must have seen him in a TV commercial. Yash cannot tell Zoya about Dorit's new girlfriend, and he is not at all sorry. He promises Zoya that he will come home one day, and he will find her again. "I don't know how to live my life," he says to Dorit, "but I know how to die." Zoya has a kind of pity, because she cannot help her unhappy husband. She asks Dorit to accompany her to the mortuary. Yash thinks it a good idea. He doesn't really know what he wants to do. He does not know how to leave his work, or where he wants to go. Dorit doesn't know where to go either, but she believes that he will leave London soon. Zoya tries to distract him from his feelings by letting him read the newspaper, and sometimes offering him food. Dorit decides to go to meet his old friend, Dr. Shwambhu (Vivek Oberoi). She has a lump on her forehead and, before Yash and Dorit know it, she has gone away. It's a similar situation to the one that Yash faces when he has first seen Zoya. He is drawn to the thought of her and Dorit, but he cannot convince himself of the wisdom of the situation. He goes to stay with his aunt and uncle and he tries to bring Dorit back to London. He manages to convince her that she is free to go, but she feels that she has a lot to do. She misses her family and her aunt and uncle and she cannot let go of Dorit. She gives Dorit a suitcase and a map. She brings a little red poodle to meet him. "I want to show you how much I miss you," she says. She tells Dorit that the great Dr. Shwambhu, who has been in London for many years, is going to see her. Dorit meets Dorit in London and he is very happy. He asks her to marry him. She refuses. "I don't want to be your wife," she says. "It is a life of boredom," Dorit tells her. They agree to


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