Movie Review – Love Per Square Foot

Love Per Square Foot - Review

Love Per Square Foot Overall Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5

Love Per Square Foot is the first original Bollywood type movie to be produced by Netflix. That’s a pretty awesome thing to see on a mainstream company like Netflix. Of course, my interest was piqued because of this and the fact that I love romantic comedies combined with Bollywood masala.

If you’re one of those people who has added it to their list of movies to watch, but aren’t sure if you should take the time for it, I thought I’d share my humble opinion.

Love Per Square Foot Review.

Love Per Square Foot stars┬áVicky Kaushal and Angira Dhar. It’s what I would call a cute and quirky romantic comedy.

Love Per Square Foot = movie review

The story revolves around Sanjay and Karina, two 20-somethings who want to move out of their parents homes, but can’t afford a place to live in the very crowded and overpriced city of Mumbai. The two meet by chance and circumstances lead them to decide to pretend to be married so that they can buy a place together in a new building that’s for married couples only. Of course things get a little more complicated in this arrangement.

Here is the trailer for Love Per Square Foot:

With the characters talking in both Hindi and English it’s easy for everyone to watch and if you need a little more help, there are subtitles. Both the main characters and they families build a good story. You feel invested in their situations and start rooting for them. And don’t worry, if you are a big fan of the song and dance numbers in Bollywood movies, Love Per Square Foot doesn’t disappoint.

The one thing I would change is to make the movie a little shorter. It felt like it dragged on a little longer than it should have which took a little away from the charm of the movie. Overall I would say that it’s a feel good film and if you’re looking for a light, fun movie, it’s worth a watch. 3.5 stars out of 5 for me.

What did you think of Love Per Square Foot if you’ve seen it already?

Wondering if Netflix has more Indian content coming your way? Looks like they’ve got some pretty exciting plans.

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Salma Dinani is an Editor here on The South Asian Buzz as well as Director of Community Relations for www.SouthAsianBloggersNetwork. She has a passion for writing, blogging and social media. Aside from work, she is a mom to two adorable kids, loves a good bargain and a great workout! You can find her own stories on her blog,