Luv Ka The End (2011)

Hindi 1 hrs 56 mins Comedy, Social
48 %
Total Reviews: 21
Sahi: 10 Nahi: 11

Review Summary: LUV KA THE END appeals to the sensibilities of Gen X. This one's for the yuppie Facebook and Twitter generation. Go have a blast!

Average Critic Rating: (2.55)
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Est. Box Office Collection: 5.1 CR

Plot: Rhea ( Shraddha Kapoor ) has just done her JC (Junior College) and she already fancies herself marrying her charming, rich boyfriend Luv Nanda ( Taaha Shah ) who in turn, fancies winning this contest called BBC (Billionaire Boys Club), which is a rage amongst billionaire boys. It is seen... Read more

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LUV KA THE END appeals to the sensibilities of Gen X. This one's for the yuppie Facebook and Twitter generation. Go have a blast!
Bollywood Hungama
Luv Ka The End is ostensibly made for the youth of this country by YRF’s new label Y-Films that has been launched
NDTV 
Rajeev Masand
If you’re fooled by the promos into believing it’s just another shallow teen flick, you’re in for a surprise.
SIFY
Cast:Shraddha Kapoor, Taaha Shah, Shenaz TreasuryvalaDirector:BumpyThere’s a reason why so many kids enjoy watching those American teen comedies. It has a certain aspiration value, or a ‘fantasy value’ if you like. Who wouldn’t want their lives to be stra
IBN 
Rhea (Shraddha Kapoor) wants to celebrate her 18th birthday in a very special way
Times of India
Director : Music : Lyrics : Starring :Bumpy  Ram Sampat  Amitabh Bhattacharya  Shraddha Kapoor, Taaha Shah, Shenaz Treasuryvala and Jannat Zubair RahmaniLuv Ka The End Movie Review May 7, 2011 01:19:49 PM ISTBy Rachana, Glamsham Editorial view LUV KA THE
Glam Sham
Luv Ka the End review Luv Ka The End is the first presentation of the new youth wing of the Yash ...
Sulekha
Y-Films first film, Luv Ka The End is full of fun in those two hours, when you are seated in front of the screen. But, to make it clear, this film is totally for a different audience. It targets the Gen X, who lack focus. So when you go to watch the film,
OneIndia
Luv Ka The End is a refreshing beginning to new age entertainment! Should work very well among the youth of the nation. A must watch.
Now Running
Bumpy? I rest my case.
India Today
Seriously, 'Luv Ka The End' could well have been relegated to MTV/Channel V short films segment as there is absolutely nothing that is a good enough reason for you to visit a theatre, spend helluva money on ticket/popcorn and then see a film which is small by all means, whether setting, idea or execution. One can sense that director Bumpy had to work in a restricted budget and that reflects in the overall narrative.
India Glitz
A cliche gets a fresh new coat of paint in this yarn about hell having no fury like a teenybopper being two-timed.
Mid-Day
Unlike other women who would go to the nearest CCD and cry their hearts out to their girlfriends, Rhea decides to turn the tables on Luv, in the way only a woman can. This movie gives a whole now aura to the age old phrase, 'Hell hath no fury like
Movie Zadda
Love Ka The End - Movie Review - Shraddha Kapoor, Taaha Shah, Shenaz Treasuryvala . Y-Films' Luv Ka The End starring Shraddha Kapoor and Taaha Shah is a refreshing beginning to new age entertainment! The film should surely work with the youth. A must watc
Bollywood Mantra
As a whole, the movie is worth a watch, especially by the teenagers
Smash Hits
Chick flick for today's generation
Bharat Student
LKTE is definitely what one would call a ‘youth-oriented’ movie. Without doubt this movie was made keeping in mind the teenage multiplex-going crowd and for them this film does work. Urban lingo, Gen Y attitude and teenage mentality, LKTE has it all. Frot
Bolly Spice
Now before I go for the kill, let me state a few comparisons the movie will have. From its promos, this film, unfortunately, looks like it is, very blatantly inspired by teen chick-flick John Tucker Must Die (and here we have another four word title Luv K
Planet Bollywood
You could skip it!
Koi Moi
Easily forgettable, momentarily enjoyable, youthfully relevant, relishing such cinema once in a while is not a crime after all.
Rediff