Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana: Everything You Need to Know About this Malayalam Comedy Film
LUV SHUV TEY CHICKEN KHURANA is a multi-layered film that makes one face the myriad layers of truth and falsity. The beginning is funny and engaging but as the runtime progresses, the fun element subsides and one is taken through various stories, beginning with the first family dinner where the Chicken Khurana food is enjoyed. While doing a case study of the Khurana family, the movie is also intriguing in the dual narration it provides: one from the point of view of the photographer/gossip columnist Abu [Rajmohan Venkatesh], who is a regular invitee to the family's happy meal; and another from the vantage point of Papa, the patriarch [Deepak Parashar].
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The directorial debut of Abhijit Deshpande aka Sameer Sharma, whose previous venture was the critically acclaimed-in its own way-move, O Yaar Kya Baat Hain [this film would be just as much a success if it didn't let the audience down]. LUV SHUV TEY CHICKEN KHURANA is all about family values, food, family values and food. A very light rom-com, that I would recommend to my friends and family, with a taste of a typical Indian dish. A must for the masala lover that loves good food and life, but also for those who love to see comedy prosper.
The movie is a perfect blend of the sweet and the savory, and its cringeworthy nature does not stand in the way of its brilliance and success. Let's not forget that it has a lot to say about the fact that family ties are stronger than anything else; and that we don't necessarily have to be perfect to hold value. The writer, Sameer Sharma, has made this out to be a farce, by including tropes of the romantic comedy genre, like the afore mentioned OYE LUCKY! LUCKY OYE!, but this film is not about romance. Not directly, at least. There are no romantic asides in the script, except for the love of food and the bonding that takes place through cooking. But what about happiness? This film is missing the emotional jolt that you usually get in romantic comedies. This, despite the fact that it is full of love. But I don't think that is the point of the film. It's about the love of food, and its healing powers.