Pyaar Ka Punchnama

It’s raining of love stories in Bollywood. ‘Luv Ka The End’, 'Love U..Mr Kalakaar’ and now this Friday opens ‘Pyaar Ka Punchnama’ written and directed by Luv Ranjan. We all know that Bollywood is incomplete without love stories but over dosage of love stories just in a gap of one week becomes quite monotonous. The film is very boring and moves forward without any reason. It lacks the ingredients that can stick the audience to their seats. Dialogues are not engrossing. Moreover, the unknown faces made the film difficult to grasp. More or less, the film is boring.

The story resemblance many such love stories made before. Three happy go lucky guys who are roommates fall in love and then they suffered break-up. They do everything to make their ladylove happy but lacks in their qualities takes the girls away from them. The way the guys exchanged their individual love stories to one another in the similar manner, they exchanged their break-ups also. 

The target audience of the film is basically youth. It is a light hearted love story that demands enjoy the movie with a packet of popcorn in one hand and cola in the other hand. You need not have to crack your brain to understand the film.

‘Pyaar Ka Punchnama’ is a story of three guys who is unlucky in love. Though tried hard to keep their ladyloves happy, all three of those ladies are not liable to be loved as their ladies committed to someone else.

Rajat (Kartik), Chaudhary (Raayo) and Liquid (Divyendu) are fed-up of their boring jobs and hence to add some spice in their life, they fell in love with individual women. Rajat soon finds love in Neha (Nushrat). Everything was fine between them until one day Rajat moved to live with Neha. Chaudhary fell in love with Riya (Sonali) but she still stuck to her boyfriend of five years. Liquid lost his heart to Charu (Ishita), she is his office colleague but she only likes Liquid as her a friend as she is committed to her long distance beau, Abhijeet (Ravjeet). Liquid knows that he is only used by Charu but still remains loyal to her.

The three friends have an unusual love story. They knew that they would never get the girls they love but still committed to them and tried their level best to keep them happy.

Debutante director Luv Ranjan has very well lifted the relationship of the three friends. He kept the script very clean and clear. How the three guys proved unlucky in love is well shown. Sudhir K. Chaudhary's cinematography is first-rate. The music of the film is also refreshing.

Speaking about performances, all the youngsters and delivered their best. Their hard work could be noticed in their performance.

In the nutshell, ‘Pyaar ka Punchnama’ is a totally refreshing cinema. It is recommended, if you are free this weekend, you can go and watch it.

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