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Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga Average Ratings: 3.5/5 Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga Review Counted: 3 Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga Positive Review: 3
1. Times of India: 3.5/5 by Rachit Gupta. Visit site for more
Love stories can get quite cliched, but when you talk about new age romance, the conversations can get pretty complex and interesting. ‘Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga’ (‘ELKDTAL’) is an unconventional tale of finding love and acceptance. The film employs fair share of stereotypes to tell a modern and relevant story. The fact that it brings a still niche subject like homosexuality, to a mainstream movie, is one of its strengths. Thankfully, the progressive theme and emotional quotient of the movie, help it rise above a screenplay that lacks sheen.
2. NDTV: 4/5 by Saibal Chatterjee. Visit site for more
Anil Kapoor, as always, gets completely into the swing of things and livens up the film with his presence. Sonam, well served by the angularities of a screen persona that keeps cockiness at bay, projects a convincing combination of vulnerability and assertion in a way that only she can. Rajkummar Rao is as impressively pitch-perfect as ever. It takes a truly confident actor to resist the urge to chew up the scenes he is in and instead subsume himself completely in the essence of the film. Juhi Chawla is an absolute delight, a radiantly charming scene-stealer.
3. Mumbai Mirror: 3/5 by Kunal. Visit site for more
This surely isn’t Sonam’s best but for projecting that kind of longing and desire in the scene where her character first looks eyes with her female partner, she deserves some credit. This one may not achieve what 3 Idiots did for parents of engineering students with non-technical passions. But it has the recipe for a light-hearted comedy. Also, it subliminally yet successfully sensitises audiences to the challenges endured by same-sex couples when surrounded by those who refuse to understand or accept them.