Nupur Asthana’s second film is out after Mujhse Fraandship Karoge. Bewakoofiyaan looks like a quintessential rom-com, one of those movies you won’t mind watching with your beau, with a huge tub of popcorn perched between the two of you.
Nupur Asthana’s second film is out after Mujhse Fraandship Karoge. Bewakoofiyaan looks like a quintessential rom-com, one of those movies you won’t mind watching with your beau, with a huge tub of popcorn perched between the two of you. The poster has a stark resemblance with practically every couple’s love life. Rishi Kapoor kinda represents the paranoid dad who doesn’t seem quite happy with his daughter Sonam Kapoor’s choice. He is seen giving Khurrana the threatening look and I wonder what happens when all hell breaks loose? The stylish Sonam is all cheery and chirpy in the poster, elated at the thought of getting hitched to her boyfriend. I am totally waiting to board this mad roller-coaster love ride…Sonam and Ayushmann look cute and quirky together. And that bewakoof expression on Khurrana’s face is a million bucks…
The film releases on March 14. And since rom-coms are such a mood booster, let’s take a look at a couple of light-hearted romantic flicks that gave us the sweet and subtle giggles.
Notting Hill: Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts redefined the meaning of ‘chemistry’ with this film. A common man and a famous actor falling head over heels in love with each other…hard to imagine, but portrayed with such great ease in the movie.
Mere Brother Ki Dulhan: Katrina Kaif is all set to get married with Ali Zafar when she realizes that her heart aches for her ‘to-be-husband’s’ brother Imran Khan. Chaos and comedy ensues. MBKD was a sleeper hit. For a change Kat charmed with her thespian skills.
The Proposal: The highly-strung Sandra Bullock falls for the easy going Ryan Reynolds. How this insipid Boss-employee relationship transforms into a ‘stars in the eyes’ kinda fairytale romance is something worth keeping a track of, in the film of course.
You’ve Got Mail: Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks develop a bond over the internet. They haven’t met, they haven’t kissed; all they do is wait desperately for each other’s mails. And when they meet, they don’t know they are each other’s special mailing friends. Quite an intriguing story…
Pyaar Ke Side Effects: Rahul Bose is scared of committing and Mallika won’t settle for commitment phobic guy at any cost. The side effects of this relationship gone wrong in the second half of the film are disastrously hilarious.