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A Love Ke Chakkar Mein

A Love Ke Chakkar Mein

A Love Ke Chakkar Mein is a 2006 Hindi comedy film directed by B. H. Tharun Kumar and written by Rajeev Kaul and Praful Parekh. The film stars Rishi Kapoor, Akshat Bhatia, Namitha, Satish Shah, and Shoma Anand. It marks the debut of Akshat Bhatia, who plays the role of Vicky, a young man who falls in love with Neha (Namitha), the daughter of a wealthy businessman (Satish Shah). The film revolves around the hilarious situations that arise when Vicky tries to impress Neha's father by finding a job and a flat within a week, with the help of Armaan Kochar (Rishi Kapoor), a rich and lustful employer who has his own ulterior motives.


The film was released on June 2, 2006 in India and received mostly negative reviews from critics and audiences. The film was criticized for its poor script, direction, acting, and comedy. The film also failed to perform well at the box office, earning only Rs. 1.5 crore against a budget of Rs. 5 crore. The film was also the only Bollywood film of Namitha, who is a popular actress in South Indian cinema.

Despite its commercial and critical failure, the film has some interesting trivia associated with it. For instance, the film was originally titled "Love Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega", but it was changed to avoid confusion with another film of the same name that was released in 2001. The film also featured Parmita Katkar, who was Miss India Asia Pacific 2003, in a supporting role as Bijlee, a call-girl hired by Vicky to impersonate Neha. The film also had Rishi Kapoor playing a negative role after a long time.

In conclusion, A Love Ke Chakkar Mein is a forgettable comedy film that failed to impress the audiences and critics alike. The film wasted the talents of its cast and crew and did not live up to its potential. The film is not recommended for anyone who is looking for a good laugh or a romantic story.


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