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Ek ladki Ko dekha to Aisa lagaa

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Ek ladki Ko dekha to Aisa lagaa

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Rajkumar Rao plays an aspiring theatre director , who falls in love with a girl played by Sonam Kapoor in a chance encounter in Delhi . He chases her all the way to her town in Punjab called Moga . Here he encounters the opposition of her family headed by her father played by Anil Kapoor . Reason---Rajkumar Rao plays a muslim and the girl's family is not ready to accept him due to religious differences .

But Sahir Mirza ( Rajkumar Rao ) believes that Sweety ( Sonam Kapoor ) is in love with him and tries to woo her . What he does not know is a secret that shakes him when it is revealed to him ; Sweety is a lesbian and she loves another girl played by Regina Cassandra .

Sahir however decides to unite Sweety with her lover and stays on in Moga to make her family accept her relationship with another girl . So does he succeed ? The answer is obvious , for the film is a handiwork of the liberal lobby .

The film's attempts at convincing the townsfolk of Moga of the need to accept lesbian/gay relationships are unconvincing and would not work in real life . However the film does make an emotional pitch to the viewer to accept these kind of relationships and the audience which was sniggering at first did go somewhat quiet towards the end .

Acting wise the movie is decent enough and background music and songs are decent . Photography is okay . Actually in my opinion it is best to simply ignore LGBTs without harassing them , but the Bollywood which is filled with many gay people is bent on giving them publicity .

Verdict---Okay .

Two and a half stars out of five .
 

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