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Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga is scripted and directed by Shelly Chopra Dhar and co-scripted by Gazal Dhaliwal. The film has the star cast of Anil Kapoor, Juhi Chawla, Sonam Kapoor, Rajkummar Rao, Regina Cassandra, Akshay Oberoi, Brijendra Kala, Madhumalti Kapoor, Sara Arjun, Seema Pahwa and Kanwaljit Singh. Vidhu Vinod Chopra produced the film under Vinod Chopra Films banner in association with Fox Star Studios. The music composition is by Rochak Kohli and the BGM is by Sanjay Wandrekar and Atul Raninga. Himan Dhamija and Rangarajan Rambadran cranked the camera and Ashish Suryavanshi edited the film.
Sweety is a cute girl, who attracts everyone at first sight. She is from a middle-class family in Punjab. She falls in love, but couldn’t open it to her family. She didn’t fear that they will not get her married to the person, whom she loves. The reason why she hesitates to open up to her family is not the caste of her love interest, but the gender. Yes, Sweety loves a girl. Sahil Mirza loves Sweety at his first sight. But, he comes to know about Sweety’s love and helps her to open it to her family. Did Sweety’s family accept her love? What happened next? Watch the film in theaters!
Sonam has done her part excellently well. Although Sonam had performed well, it is Anil Kapoor and Rajkummar, who carry the film in their shoulders, well. Anil plays a caring father. Brijendra Kala and Seema had also given their best.
Before speaking about the script, screenplay and the technicalities in the film, we have to speak about Sonam and Regina. Sonam, who excelled in “ Neerja,” has chosen a role, which any other leading stars, dare to accept. Regina has boldly attempted this role to stand in Bollywood. Good attempt, girls! The director has brought out the screenplay well. Sahil’s character is well designed. However, the director, who showed Sweety’s family had failed to reveal the details of Kuhu. The film didn’t have anything indecent and hence watchable with families. The songs and the BGM are excellent. The cinematography is neat.
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It’s a bold attempt by the director and the heroines. With the good team that performs well, the director has given a decent family entertainer. Overall, the film is watchable once! It will become a memorable film in Sonam’s career!
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