Read the Love per Square Foot Movie Reviews Starring Vicky Kaushal, Angira Dhar, Alankrita Sahai, Ratna Pathak Shah, Supriya Pathak.
Love per Square Foot Reviews
Ratings: 6.06/10

Reviews Counted: 22
Score: 86%
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Netflix Bollywood Hindi Movie Love per Square Foot Reviews and Ratings from Top Film Critics.
Director: Anand Tiwari
Producer: Ronnie Screwvala
Writer: Anand Tiwari, Sumeet Vyas
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Release Date: 14 February 2018

Rohit Vats | Hindustan Times: 3/5 | 6/10
This Valentine’s special is youthful, urbane and lovable ... Full Review

Shikha Desai | Times of India: 3/5 | 6/10
However, what makes the film enjoyable and relatable is its good writing and terrific star cast that successfully delivers a romcom packed with humour, drama and heartwarming scenes ... Full Review

Rajeev Masand | News18: 3/5 | 6/10
For the most part, Love Per Square Foot is funny, inoffensive, and the kind of movie that’s made for a cozy night in ... Full Review

Rahul Desai | Film Companion: - | 5/10
A Contrived Plot Brings Together Artificial Protagonists. The film merely uses “space” as a generic trigger to communicate the city’s diverse stereotypes ... Full Review

Ektaa Malik | The Indian Express: 3/5 | 6/10
Has its heart in the right place and would have worked better had it been about twenty minutes shorter ... Full Review

Renee Schonfeld | Common Sense Media: 3/5 | 6/10
For fans of the colorful, spirited Bollywood style of Indian filmmaking, the movie won't disappoint ... Full Review

Swetha Ramakrishnan | FirstPost: 3.5/5 | 7/10
Love Per Square Foot is what happens when you have an authentic setting, a stellar cast, the right intentions and good writing all mixed into one film ... Full Review

Deepali Singh | DNAIndia: 2.5/5 | 5/10
The plot takes a predictable turn towards the end when you know that all’s going to end well after all ... Full Review

Tina Lapsia | Brown Girl Magazine: - | 6/10
Watch the film for a decent night in, the ensemble cast, and Ranbir’s one-minute guest appearance, but don’t hold your breath for anything revolutionary ... Full Review

Nandini Ramnath | Scroll: - | 6/10
Love Per Square Foot is far sunnier in its lookout than these older movies about Mumbai’s housing prospects. The light humour and fairy tale quality of the story keep the film from rattling off the rails ... Full Review

Sriram Iyengar | Cinestaan: 3/4 | 7/10
This charming tale of real estate romance is an enjoyable watch ... Full Review

IANS | Business Standard: 3/5 | 6/10
The couple's journey from self-interest to love is well-charted, though portions of the narrative are enveloped in an uneasy uncertainty ... Full Review

Danielle Ransom | Daily Dot: 3/5 | 6/10
Love Per Square Foot is an unexpected delight. Netflix's first original Indian film subverts expectations ... Full Review

Ankur Pathak | The Huffington Post: - | 5/10
Love Per Square Foot Is A Sincere Attempt Marred By Its Own Excesses. Led down by illogical plot contrivances ... Full Review

The Quint: - | 6/10
The film may not break thrilling new ground with its subject but the observational humour in the dialogue, the bevy of supporting characters, earnest performances and an assured directorial debut make it worth a watch ... Full Review

Rajat Tripathi | Bollywood Life: 3.5/5 | 7/10
Angira Dhar and Vicky Kaushal's romantic-comedy hits home. However, if you are not a sucker for romance, you can avoid Love Per Square Foot. ... Full Review

Friday Nirvana: 3/5 | 6/10
Love Per Square Foot is tepid at best; watch only in desperate circumstances ... Full Review

Access Bollywood: 2.5/4 | 6.5/10
The rookie writer-director must perfect his story crafting, but overall, Love Per Square Foot is a fine debut — not just for Anand Tiwari but for Angira Dhar as well ... Full Review

Murtaza Ali Khan | A Potpourri of Vestiges: 7/10
Overall, Love Per Square Foot is an engaging rom-com that doesn’t eschew from being edgy and daring in order to be true to its occasionally risqué content ... Full Review

Poulomi Das | Arre: - | 6/10
Love Per Square Foot, a spiritual and millennial update of Gharaonda, never gets quite as grim as its predecessor. Yet, it manages to delve into the perils of negotiating your space in a relationship in a city where existence is as much an act of rebellion as compromise ... Full Review

Daniel Hart | Ready Steady Cut: - | 6/10
Scratching the surface is the comedy. There are charming moments which amuse, and it is not a romance that takes itself too seriously ... Full Review

Anil Merani | IWM Buzz: 3/5 | 6/10
Predictable but endearing. Love Per Square Foot has its moments ... Full Review