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I Love New Year Movie Review
I Love New Year is a Bollywood movie directed by Radhika Rao. I Love New Year stares Kangana Ranaut, Prem Chopra and Sunny Deol in lead roles. The movie shows the story of two people of what happens in their after in two days after New Years eve. Here are the reviews from the top Bollywood critics about the movie –
Ratings:– Review By: Deepanjana Paul Site:Firstpost
Within a few minutes of I Love NY, you realise why Kangana Ranaut didn’t want this film to see the light of day. Ranaut spends most of the film weeping and cursing her fate, which probably required no acting considering the quality of this film. She is still the best thing in I Love NY, though given her co-actors and script, that’s not really saying much.
Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Renuka Vyavahare Site:TOI
The plot tries to touch upon the thought that how one can find solace in the company of complete strangers, who at times end up understanding you more than your loved ones. Randhir and Tiku’s chance encounter, strange bond and mutual admiration which finally culminates into friendship and love is bizarre yet believable. It’s a pity that certain multiplexes cancelled shows of this film, owing to low occupancy for its actually a decent romcom that you won’t mind watching once. And it doesn’t look stale either.
Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Rohit Vats Site:Hindustan Times
I Love NY will remain in your memory, provided you are willing to watch it, as a film where Kangana Ranaut and Sunny Deol tried honestly to come up with a believable love story. Avoid pre-conceived notions, it’s a film worth a try.
Ratings:0.5/5 Review By:Nishi Tiwari Site:Rediff.com
The story lacks the vigour that makes a rom-com truly stand out.No compelling reasons are established for the events to unfold the way they do in the film.Kangana does manage to salvage a scene or two with her now-famous screen presence. But that’s pretty much it.Cameos by Reema Lagoo and Maya Alagh as Tikku’s nosy coworkers who double up as overbearing mother figures in her life only weaken I Love NY’s case.Give this one a miss if you love New Year’s Eve. Or New York. Or both.
These were I Love New Year movie reviews. The reviews are neutral or negative. Positive reviews are less but you can go for the movie if you are a Kangana Ranaut fan.