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Luv Ka The End

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Luv Ka The End

Luv Ka The End

Luv Ka The End

Should a girlfriend cry and forgive her lover who has cheated on her or should she take revenge? Try to find the answer by watching this latest Bollywood flick.


Cast: Shraddha Kapoor, Taaha Shah

Director: Bumpy

Producer: Ashish Patel

Music: Ram Sampath

Genre: Comedy

Release Date: 6th May 2011


In Bollywood, remakes of Hollywood films, is quite popular. Releasing this Friday, ‘Luv ka the End’ is also a Hindi remake of famous Hollywood flick, ‘John Tucker Must Die’. ‘Luv ka the End’ is a rib tickling comedy film from the kitty of Bumpy, the director of the film. This romantic comedy will appear bit sweet, bit salty and bit sour to the audience.


It is a youth film. The cast of the film is new hence some sort of freshness is expected. The film is targeted towards the love scenario these days. Gone are the days when girlfriend used to mourn and shed tears over a break up. Today she is aware of what to do and thus wishes to teach a lesson to her lover who has dumped her.


Shraddha Kapoor and Taaha Shah appear in lead roles where Shraddha is playing Rhea who is sweet, head strong girl. She is a quintessential girl next door. She studies in college and is in love with a guy named Luv Nanda who happens to be the richest and most popular guy of college.

On the eve of her 18th birthday, they plan to take their relationship to the ‘next level’. When accidentally she finds out Luv is not as nice as she thought he was. Rhea decides to not get mad, but to get even and bring Luv Nanda down and all in the span of one night with the help of her friends.

Are you guys ready for one crazy night as the girls discover the meaning of love, life, friendship and more…

Music of the film is popular among youths. As the movie targets the youth of India, music happens to be foot tapping. ‘Tonight’ is a popular song form the film’s album. The movie can do an average business at box office if everything goes well.

Hope the audience doesn’t say ‘Is film ka the end’ after watching it’…



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