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Tera Kya Hoga Lovely trailer review - Ileana D'Cruz and Randeep Hooda unveil the absurdity of fairness obsession

Tera Kya Hoga Lovely, also starring Karan Kundrra, promises to go beyond entertainment; it serves as a poignant call for social change.

Tera Kya Hoga Lovely trailer review - Ileana D'Cruz and Randeep Hooda unveil the absurdity of fairness obsession
Ileana D'Cruz and Randeep Hooda in a still from Tera Kya Hoga Lovely

Last Updated: 06.21 PM, Feb 27, 2024


Envision a film that is a reflection of our culture, revealing the long-established prejudices and beauty standards that control the story of value and acceptance. Tera Kya Hoga Lovely, which stars Ileana D'Cruz, Randeep Hooda, and Karan Kundrra, accomplishes exactly that. Balwinder Singh Janjua's next film is more than a movie; it's a daring critique of India's fixation on fair skin. On March 8, International Women's Day, the film will theatrically release, set against the dynamic yet difficult backdrop of Haryana.

An intriguing glimpse into the film's world

The storyline of Tera Kya Hoga Lovely is interesting. It weaves a story that is equally about personal challenges and cultural rules, delving into the complexity of beauty standards in society. With its own struggles against social standards of beauty and fairness, as well as its infamous gender ratios, the backdrop of Haryana is particularly significant.

Check out the trailer below:


Challenging beauty standards

Balwinder Singh Janjua's Tera Kya Hoga Lovely looks like it would be an engaging and intellectually stimulating film. With the help of Anil Rodhan, Rupinder Chahal, and Janjua himself, the screenplay and dialogue try to find that sweet spot where comedy and seriousness coexist, making sure that the film gets its point across without sacrificing its storytelling quality. Amit Trivedi's music is expected to further enhance an already captivating story. The outstanding cast and daring subject matter of the film have made it a hit, with Sony Pictures International and Movie Tunnel producing it.

Fair skin holds high value in India. Ads for fairness lotion promise better chances with lighter skin than matrimonial ads wanting 'fair' brides; the bias is everywhere. Tera Kya Hoga Lovely's goal is to disprove this story by highlighting the harmful and ridiculous nature of such prejudices. Just by releasing the film on International Women's Day, they are simply making a statement about their desire to combat harmful gender and beauty standards.

The film Tera Kya Hoga Lovely does more than merely entertain; it prompts thought and discussion. As it gets ready to enthral theatregoers, here's hoping it will also make people think about and talk about the damaging beauty standards that are all around us. The film's moving story, superb acting, and controversial subject matter should make an impression on both the Indian film industry and the very standards it challenges.

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