Set in the pre-Independence era, in Husnabad in undivided India, director Abhishek Verman's "Kalank" is a saga of love, where all the six pivotal characters crave for love and yet, have to let go of it.
Based on true incidents, director Vivek Agnihotri's "Tashkent Files", is a fictionalised film with cinematic liberties.
At one stage, the film appears to be a documentary telling us about the birth of Bangladesh.
Set in Mathura, Director Laxman Utekar's "Luka Chuppi" is a straight-laced, frothy rom-com that panders to the concept of a "live-in-relationship".
"Total Dhamaal" is a total time-pass film sans any intelligence. You could term it as an acceptable good grade from a below average student.
Debutant director Shelly Chopra Dhar's "Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga" is an interesting romance tale with a social message, where love blossoms at a wedding and culminates on the stage of a theatrical performance.