This is Tusshar Kapoor's first release after his successful film "Golmaal" and he is set to woo the audience as a carefree, happy-go-lucky young man in this romantic movie opening Friday.
Shot entirely in South Africa, "Kya Love Story Hai" is Lovely Singh's directorial debut and is all about love at first sight.
The story is centred on Arjun (Tusshar Kapoor), who inherits a huge fortune after his parents' death. His inheritance makes him ambitionless and lazy.
But his life changes when he meets Kaajal (Ayesha Takia), whose approach to life is completely the opposite of Arjun's. She is independent, believes in hard work and wants to marry someone who is self-made.
Arjun falls in love with her the very first time he sees her but Kaajal sees him just as an acquaintance. After a couple of meetings, Arjun finds out that Kaajal lost her mother at a young age and her father was too busy to look after and comfort her.
Kaajal's approach towards life makes it difficult for Arjun to convey his love to her. So, he pours out his feelings on a letter without revealing the name.
A situation arises when Kaajal comes across the paper but she doesn't know to whom he is referring. Arjun deliberately asks her how she would reciprocate his love if she were the girl he was in love with?
Kaajal's reply leaves Arjun self-introspecting, making him mysteriously disappear from the scene.
In the meantime, a successful and snooty entrepreneur Ranvir (Karan Hukku) enters Kaajal's life. After a sequence of verbal scuffles with her, Ranvir realises that she would make an ideal life-partner because she was a stabilizing influence on him.
When Arjun returns, he finds Kaajal engaged to Ranvir.
Before taking up full-fledged direction, Lovely Singh assisted Satish Kaushik in films like "Hum Aapke Dil Mein Rehte Hain" and "Shaadi Se Phele". Hope he does a better job than his mentor.