Love Khichdi

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Love Khichdi
Love Khichdi Movie Poster.jpg
Directed bySrinivas Bhashyam
Produced byVictoria Entertainment Pvt. Ltd.
Screenplay bySrinivas Bhashyam
Manu Joseph
StarringRandeep Hooda
Music byPritam
CinematographyArjun Jena
Edited bySanjay Sankla
Release date
  • 28 August 2009 (2009-08-28)
Running time
130 minutes

Love Khichdi (Hindi: लव खिचडी) is an Indian Hindi romantic comedy film, directed by Srinivas Bhashyam[1] The film was released on 28 August 2009.


Vir is a bachelor from a small town working as a sous-chef in a five-star hotel in Mumbai, India. He is a handsome, charming, macho, idiot who flirts with, yearns for and lusts after any woman who is friendly, but seems unattainable. From his man-hating maid, whom he ogles as she wipes his floor, to the man-eating owner of a call centre who could wipe the floor with him, to the too-tall model, and the too-young pest down the corridor...from the Bengali-Beauty-with-Brains-and-Books to the married-flirt next door - Vir is suckered by them all.

With his ego, confusion and commitment ... it is so difficult to stop flattering and lying, to himself. The sometimes smart and sometimes silly observations of his all-male gang of cooks at the hotel kitchen is of little help until Vir is finally forced to grow up.


  • Story and screenplay - Srinivas Bhashyam & Manu Joseph
  • Dialogue - Sandeep Srivastava
  • Additional dialogues - Pankaj Kapur
  • Music - Pritam
  • Background score - Srinivas Bhashyam
  • Director of photography - Arjun jena (Cinematographer)
  • Editor - Sanjay Sankla
  • Art Director - Narendra Rahurikar
  • Choreography - Al & Mel
  • Lyrics - Amitabh Varma, Shaleen Sharma
  • Sound engineer - Alok De, Fiesta
  • D.I. and EFX - Prasad EFX
  • Singers - Shreya Ghosal, Shaan, Alisha Chinoy, Mahahlaxmi Iyer, Sunitha Sarathy, Gopal Rao, Rana Mazumder



  1. ^ "Love Khichdi: Cast and Crew Details". Bollywood Hungama. Retrieved 13 July 2009.
    - "Love Khichdi: Movie Review". The Economic Times. 29 August 2009. Retrieved 13 July 2010.

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