Film is set in one winter night in Delhi where a middle class, Delhi university guy falls in love with a girl anchoring a fashion show. In process of wooing her someone plants a sting ...
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Film is set in one winter night in Delhi where a middle class, Delhi university guy falls in love with a girl anchoring a fashion show. In process of wooing her someone plants a sting operation tape in his pocket. This sting operation has a minister talking of buying and selling MLAs and media heads from his Swiss bank accounts. Unknown to this he is chased by corrupt cops and good guys to get that tape back. Soon he gets to know of tape with him and it's high relevance. How this university student who always talked against corruption like any layman, now gets bribed himself by the big offer thrown by Minster's man constitutes the edge of the seat climax of story. Written by
Director wanted the film to release with name of 'Gyarah Chalis Ki Last Metro' as it was written as a franchise of his last film 'Ek Chalis Ki Last Local' but funders changed it just before the shoot as they found KLPD slang acronym of the title as more spicy and marketable but it went against the film. See more »
Went to see Kismat Love Paisa Dilli, this weekend with buddies. Cudn't find any reason for criticizing it. It was nice and superb(some more adjectives to go with it too!) The comeback of Vivek-Mallika pairing and the directions of Sanjay Khanduri gave immense pleasure with comedies and suspense. I had also seen the award winning debut directions of Sanjay Khanduri, Ek Chaalis Ki Last Local, so decided to give it a try on my weekend. It made my weekend, enjoyed it a lot! The lovely songs Dhishkiyaun and Appy Budday were appropriate to the rhythm and thoroughly grabbed their space with much precision. Moreover the entire plot of comedy, suspense, Kaptaan's robbery (not to forget his birthday celebration also), suicide of Aarti and the pizza delivery boy along with our Lokesh and Lovina was well synchronized. A unique way of casting an exclusive storyline can only be expected from an accolade director. The midnight hour depiction of a love story is very rare in the Bollywood mainstream movies. The audience response of this Last Metro theme will surely be more than the audience applause received from the Last Local. I don't find any reason of deploring. I would rather be more affirmative in my view and would say that everyone should have their way of perceiving. I felt it awesome and for others I would say, Give it a watch and its sure to worth it!
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