Two good for nothing boys Jhumroo and Ghungroo just want to have fun, befriend girls, go to parties, get drunk and chill. They find impish ways to get in touch with girls. They are also desperate to get a job and finally find a job at a newly opened beauty parlor run by two smart girls. Their dream has come true. But this is just the beginning of their hilarious trauma and a journey full of unexpected twists.Wikipedia
Thoda Lutf Thoda Ishq Reviews
We don't know what the intention behind making this 'comedy' film was. The outcome is tragic for sure.
The plot meanders aimlessly with frivolous loud scenes and the direction often seems staged as there is no chemistry between the characters. Watch this if you have nothing better to do.
I just couldn’t figure out what this movie’s main agenda was. The plotting went all over the place before it came full circle on the happily ever after. Though the film had a short runtime of 98 odd minutes, the entire run was tedious and off-putting. With 40 plus actors, Tejwani and Yadav donning the mantle of much younger 25-30 year olds, running amuck in shorts and garishly color coded clothes, the sight was even more distressing. There were other odd players like Sanjay Mishra playing the bride’s father- a comic politician and Sushmita Mukherjee as Jhumroo’s mother. Despite all that talent in store, there really wasn’t anything worthy of holding your attention here.
What you expect to be a hilarious trip turns out to be just another stodgy comedy with unfunny jokes.