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Toilet Ek Prem Katha review: License to jugaad


Will Akshay Kumar and Bhumi Pednekar’s film live up to the hype surrounding it? Here is our Toilet Ek Prem Katha movie review.Toilet-story
A 37 year old uncle follows a woman who is in her early twenties, he records videos of her without her permission and even saves his number by the name of ‘apka fan’ on her phone when she mistakenly leaves the device by his side. This uncle is our hero ‘Keshav’ played by Akshay Kumar and the woman is ‘Jaya’ (Bhumi Pedneker). Intuition, common sense and the law of the land would identify Keshav as a scary stalker who should be behind bars, but in a Hindi film, Keshsav is obviously a potential husband.




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