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Ronnie Screwvala's first solo production venture Love Per Square Foot, which is also Netflix's first Indian straight to streaming movie, released their first trailer on Wednesday. The film is a romcom, featuring Vicky Kaushal and Angira Dhar amidst a house-hunting adventure in Mumbai. Love Per Square Foot is also the feature film directorial debut of Anand Tiwari, who had earlier directed Yash Raj Films' short Bang Baaja Baarat. Acting stalwarts Ratna Pathak

Considering Bollywood has been making love stories for decades, how can one make it truly different? Well, judging by the trailer of Love Per Square Foot, real estate might just be the answer! A Netflix Original film, the first ever in Hindi, Love Per Square Foot is the story of two singletons who decided to get together only because they want a own a house in their name. Starring Vicky Kaushal and

In Netflix's first Hindi original, Love Per Square Foot, it's the common dream of home sweet home in Mumbai that brings two people together even if they are polar opposites. Sanjay Chaturvedi (Vicky Kaushal) has grown up in the tiny quarters of a railway colony with his parents (Supriya Pathak and Raghubir Yadav). Karina D'Souza (Angira Dhar) and her mother (Ratna Pathak Shah) reside in a dilapidated apartment in Bandra

But why exactly are we writing for? Well, the plot revolves around a conjugal relationship complications and buying a house. Yes, the second part got our attention! The storytelling prominently focuses on buying a property in Mumbai, the struggle of getting a loan or other intricacies of owning an exaggerated reality of a dream house. Love per Square Foot is Ronnie Screwvala’s first solo production venture with the director Anand Tiwari

Netflix is ramping up production and acquisitions of original content, and that mean users are set for a plethora of new cinematic offerings. The streaming giant has a mix of comedies, dramas, documentaries and family fare in the pipeline, with several films confirmed to release in 2018. These films range from Adam Sandler-starring popcorn flicks to more artful dramas and foreign films. While the company has dozens of projects lined up, here

There is absolutely no denying that web has become battleground for some of the coolest experiments that are taking place today in the world of entertainment. But, it’s not that web is a haven only for the experimental stuff, for it is also a great place for conventional genre exercises with some interesting twists. While the content on television remains rather mundane with cinema mostly continuing to be larger than