Watch: प्यार का पंचनामा 2011 123movies, Full Movie Online – Outspoken and overly critical Nishant Agarwal meets gorgeous new co-worker, Charu, offers his help, assists her financially, and they become close friends. His room-mates, Rajat and Vikrant, are pleased with this outcome as they already have girlfriends in Neha and Rhea respectively. But both the relationships are not as harmonious, as Rajat feels Neha is self-centered and demanding, while Rhea appears to be withdrawn and aloof. Missing their meetings and bar-hopping, the trio decide to take a time-out and be by themselves. All three women, however, find out and decide to accompany them to the beach where they eventually mingle. The trio do not know that soon misunderstandings will crop up – and it will take a lot of effort and understanding to resolve them..
Plot: Nishant starts dating Charu while his roommates Rajat and Vikrant already have girlfriends in Neha and Rhea respectively. Trouble starts when the guys feel that their girlfriends are dominating them.
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Recommended to all guys out there
A story of three bachelors or May I say, three carefree wolves. Guys, this one is strictly for men and for those women who can agree with the movie.
Rajat a.k.a Rajjo (Kartikeya Tiwari), Vikrant (Raayo Bakhirta)& Nishant (Divyendu Sharma)are three bachelors who live together as flat mates and face a lot of funny and emotional challenges in the coming months as they get into relationships with Neha (Nushrat Bharucha) , Rhea(Sonalli Sehgal) & Charu (Ishita Sharma) respectively.
The chemistry between the guys is amazing. The way they converse with each other is hilarious and easy to connect to as most bachelors live the way they do. The character of a frustrated IT professional played by Divyendu is the funniest of all. His portrayal of the character is side- splitting as you can actually relate to the level of aggravation. Apart from him, Nushrat Bharucha plays the role of a nagging and obsessive girlfriend with quite a lot of perfection. Her role in LSD was totally contradictory to what she played in PKP and she did manage to inspire hatred for the character with her acting skills.
The background score in the movie is nice and the songs fit well in situations. However, the second half of the movie is way too lengthy and the level of emotional drama depicted is way too much to be quoted as ‘Bearable’. The movie shouldn’t have been this long and a duration of 120 mins would have been more than sufficient to tell a story which is as simple as this. But, yeah the director and the actors have done a pretty smooth job during the first half. Recommended to all guys out there!!!!
MY REVIEW: New Age Heartfelt Romcom!!
Pyaar Ka Punchnama. Means the funeral of love. Actually it’s a biased movie which only shows that the how few girls without heart make friends and turn them into boy friends (read puppets!!) but all this is showcased with such a sweet comic timing, the lingo that real people use in real world, amazing performances and a fantastic back ground score. All actors are fresh faces but they play their characters with panache. Choudhary, Rajat, Neha all these names remain with you long after the movie ends. But here show stealer is the character Liquid or Nishant played by new bee Divyendu. He gets all meaty and funny dialogs and delivers them with a funny face. He even gets the most emotional scenes, watch him when he breaks down in second half, you won’t be able to stop your tears. Movie has all ingredients to strike a chord with today’s youth and will go down in history as cult movie and some sort of Geeta for boys getting lost in the name of love.
Original Language hi
Runtime 2 hr 29 min (149 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director Luv Ranjan
Writer Luv Ranjan, Sumit Saxena, Vaibhav Suman
Actors Kartik Aaryan, Ashish Chhipa, Raayo S. Bakhirta
Awards 1 win & 4 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision3 250D 5207, Vision3 500T 5219)
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A