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2009 l U/A l 111 Mins l Rating:
A newly married meat-eating couple encounter problems after moving into a purely vegetarian society. Employed with Easy Finance, Mumbai-based Aditya lives a lower middle-class lifestyle in Jethabhai Chawl. He dramatically meets with Riya, an employee of Live India, both fall in love and get married. He comes to know that her Punjab-based father is very wealthy, and in order to impress him, both take loans totaling Rs. 35 Lakhs to purchase a flat. The owner of the flat, Rustam, wants Rs. 75 Lakhs but conditionally sells it to them if they come up with the rest of the money in 3 months - or else the flat and the amount they have paid will be forfeited. With Riya's father already in Mumbai to greet his newly married daughter, the duo readily agree to Rustam's offer and move in. Complications arise when they find out that the society they have moved in is 'strictly vegetarian'and the couple, including Riya's father, are meat-lovers.
Love Ka Tadka, Nauheed Cyrusi, Sameer Dattani, Bakhtiyaar Irani, Satish Kaushik, Rakesh Bedi, Vrajesh Hirjee, Dinyar Contractor, Sham Mashalkar, Srivallabh Vyas, Balwinder Singh Suri, Viju Khote
by Rajan Waghdhare, Santabanta.com | Posted Oct 24, 2009
A baseless film with no storyline is what Love Ka Tadka is. What else do you expect from a film that revolves around vegetarian and non-vegetarian food habits? So, it’s definitely not recommended but if you still want to know why, you may read the rest of the review.
The film starts with an item number which brings no joy to the audiences.
Anyway, so once the film actually begins, it’s about a guy, Aditya, who works as a small-time executive and is flanked by his bearded best friend and his sick boss who likes chasing after much younger women. Then arrives the female lead, Sheetal, accompanied by her loud father.
Aditya gets married to Sheetal but that’s not enough. They need to impress her dad for which they need to buy a flat. And you know what’s strange?
Daddy dearest is left roaming on Mumbai’s streets and then put into bearded friend, Vicky's house, while they get a loan for the house. But acquiring a house wasn’t the end of all issues.
The couple has now moved into a strictly vegetarian society and it means trouble for the couple that survives on non-veg. food. They somehow manage to get the people from the society to follow their non-vegetarian food habits and preach about tolerance towards all kinds of food.
So, all in all, a pointless script coupled with bad performances makes it very easy for audiences to give this movie a miss. Thus it is absolutely not recommended.