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Harry is an industrialist who loves his daughter Bijlee, and the bond they share with Harry's man friday, Matru. Bijlee's plan to wed the son of a politician, however, brings twists and turns in the lives of Matru, Bijlee and Mandola.
Born from a Gujarati mother and a Punjabi father, Mumbai-based Bollywood Art Director, Simran, is in love with her childhood sweetheart, Raj Dholakia, who is also her mother's choice. Then her employer, Veer Kapoor, assigns a slacker-Casanova, Jay Dhingra, to work as her subordinate. Jay turns on his charm - albeit in vain - and almost gets fired. Both eventually patch-up and get engrossed in the making of a movie 'Pyar Pyar Pyar'. During the filming, Simran admits that she has fallen in love with him, and even breaks up with Raj, but Jay rejects her. Heartbroken, she returns to Raj - who welcomes her back, and they are all set to wed. It is then Jay realizes that he may be in love, and wants to meet and apologize to her.Written by
Sameer Soni's role was based on Karan Johar. See more »
When Imran Khan is having dinner with Sonam Kapoor and her fiancée in New Zealand, he receives a call from his mother back in New Delhi, India. But the phone clearly displays a number from New Zealand, the place where this scene was filmed. See more »
Its a good time pass movie.. First half is full of comedy but second half starts with Indian Drama...
Kavin Dave has acted very well... Sonam Kapoor is OK but in some scenes she looks pretty.
There is a lot of comedy in the movie and it is worth watching.
I am giving 8/10 because this movie made me laugh....
Don't go after the name... its an Indian movie so it was sure that it would have a happy ending where hero and heroine will fall in love...
"No One Hates Luv Storys"... They may be jealous :P
Here is a review from Rediff: it's Imran and Sonam's collective persona and their free-flowing chemistry that makes all the difference. Although the pair deserve better than an amateurishly written romance to scoop out their terrific potential as a combination. I Hate Luv Storys is, at best, a promising even if imperfect indication of things to come in the direction.
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