Luv U Soniyo (2013) Hindi Movie Review | 5 Critic Reviews | Tanuj Virwani, Neha Hinge

cast:

Tanuj Virwani, Neha Hinge, Bunty Grewal, Shobhit Khanduri, Vivek Vaswani, Howard Rosemeyer, Suresh Menon, Aditya Shivkumar

Love You Soniyo Posterdirection:

Joe Rajan

story:

Shreya Tawde

screenplay:

Shreya Tawde

dialogue:

Joy Fernandes, Clifford Dsouza

weird aggregate rating 3.1/10cinematography:

Kalpesh Bhandarkar

music:

Vipin Patwa

produced by:

Joe Rajan

language:

hindi

genre:

Romance

release date:



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  •  Times of India -Renuka Vyavahare Rating-4
It manages to keep things refreshingly simple and non-sexual. For instance, the heroine does not make a slow-mo, glamourous entry into college and is not skimpily clad. The hero's not cocky either. Everything is kept understated. However, the minimalism stays stagnant, making the love
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  •  Rediff -Nadisha Daniel Rating-4
Mark Briganza (Tanuj Virwani) is that typical college-goer, who wakes up and tries to hypothetically kill the alarm clock, finds his toothbrush near the toilet, sprinkles cornflakes into a bowl of milk and dunks in a rotten banana and attempts to say bye to dad without getting sprayed with a hosepipe.
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  •  Bollywood Hungama -Taran Adarsh Rating-4
Bollywood continues to borrow from films of yore. We rehash love stories tirelessly, refurbishing the age-old premise to suit the present-day spectators. LUV U SONIYO, directed by Joe Rajan, too follows the same routine we are so accustomed to witnessing.
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  •  DNA -Tushar Joshi Rating-3
Mark (Tanuj Virwani) and Soniyo (Neha) are the regular  run of the mill lovers. He's the cool dude who wakes up in the morning, dresses up goes to college and does whatsoever is required to play to his celluloid image. She is the coy demure Punjabi girl who has to eventually fall in love with Mark
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  •  Mid-Day -Shakti Shetty Rating-2
What can one possibly say about a film that is so unidirectional that you get tired of correctly predicting what the next scene will be? It’s like driving on a familiar highway — minus the thrill. A love story set in destiny but making itself apparent in a college couldn’t get cheesier than this.
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Luv U Soniyo (2013)
3.1 out of 10
based on
5 reviews.