EK MAIN AUR EKK TU: It may not be a moral guide to successful relationships, but the movie sets the record straight with some practical lessons about life. VS

JODI BREAKERS: There’s not a lot of new rom-com ground broken here, but director Ashwini’s witty streak contributes to surprises in the tale, making it become warmer and fuzzier as it progresses. VS

LONDON PARIS NEW YORK: This film captures the angst of the twenties, the most dramatic period of one’s life. Lalitha is on her way to New York to study politics on a full scholarship, and Nikhil, a Punjabi rich kid, is going to study film-making in London on dad’s money. They hang out together one night in London and find they are drawn to each other. The film follows their love story as they meet in London, Paris and New York for a night each over eight years. (NOT REVIEWED)

TERE NAAL LOVE HO GAYA: Every boy in town is attracted to free-spirited tomboy Mini (Genelia D’Souza). Not just because she’s gorgeous, but because she has a Canadian passport and is heir to her father Bhatti’s (Tinu Anand) business. Unfortunately for her, Bhatti is eager to marry his daughter off. But then Mini meets mild-mannered Viren (Ritesh Deshmukh), one of Bhatti’s lowly employees. Seizing the opportunity to escape her impending marriage, she flees with Viren in an apparent kidnapping. A romance develops between the unlikely couple, soon leading to a dramatic climax involving a shiny horse and a beautiful car! (NOT REVIEWED)