Debutant director Anu Menon's 'London Paris New York' is an effortless watch and the fast pace of the film doesn't give the viewer too much time to ponder over the flaws.
I have realized the least I expect from a film, the better it works for me and Shubhra Gupta seems to echo the same sentiment in her review:
A film that sounds like an itinerary of newlyweds on an international honeymoon manages to deliver a desi rom com with flavour and zing, coasting on a guy and a girl who look like they can't wait to get it on. That last is such a rarity in a Bollywood flick that it makes us willing and able to overlook the saggy bits.
Kunal is definitely not willing to overlook the flaws and he gives 'LPNY' a 0.3 rating:
Often directors believe the city their film is set in is a character in itself. By that logic, this one has three and if you watch this movie, they perform better than the lead cast. 'Accidently in love' is the most jaded theme in Hindi films and orchestrating that in foreignRead More »from Y! Meta Review: London Paris New York