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  • 'Loveshhuda' is an unconventional new-age romance


    With filmmakers pushing the envelope when it comes to content, 'Loveshhuda,' starring Girish Kumar and Navneet Dhillon (Miss India World 2013), is a love story that starts in bed.

    This unconventional romance takes us through the lead actor's journey of bachelorhood and how he faces a conflict between practicality and true love...

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  • Loveshhuda trailer: Friendship, fling or romance? Girish Kumar is confused!


    Having had sex with a stranger on his bachelor party, Girish wonders who the girl is, and later falls in love with her!

    The much awaited trailer of Loveshhuda, Girish Kumar’s new film, has finally released. The teaser ofLoveshhuda had met with a good response, as it showed how the film handles one of the most common issues among today’s urban youth – sex and one-night stands...

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  • Girish Kumar loses his voice while filming a song


    Newcomer Girish Kumar temporarily lost his voice during the shooting of his second film, 'Loveshhuda'. First, he had to scream with high energy for a scene, which was okayed after a couple of takes.
    Then, he had to drink chilled alcohol through a funnel before breaking into the song, 'Peene ki tamanna'...

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  • Watch: Girish Kumar turns alcoholic in ‘Loveshhuda’ song ‘Peene ki tamanna’


    Girish Kumar of 'Ramaiya Vastavaiya' fame is back with yet another love story 'Loveshhuda'. The first party song from the film 'Peene ki tamanna' is out and reminds us of the original number from 'Guide' sung by Lata Mangeshkar. However, it stands miles apart as it's an alcoholic number picturised in a dance club with Girish grooving on the dance floor....
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  • LOVESHHUDA – PROMISES TO SPEAK THE LANGUAGE OF TODAY’S YOUTH


    A love story that starts in bed!

    Well, finally it seems that the youth of India would have a language of its own spoken right at the beginning of the New Year. Come January 2016 and an entire new vocabulary of love (!) could well be up for display, courtesy Loveshhuda, which is not into beating around the bush when it comes to letting the world know what its true content is all about.


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