Looop Lapeta


Looop Lapeta

When her boyfriend loses a mobster's cash, Savi races against the clock to save the day if only she can break out of a curious cycle of dead ends.

Looop Lapeta
Directed by Aakash Bhatia
Written by Dr. Vinay Chhawal
Ketan Pedgaonkar
Aakash Bhatia
Arnav Vepa Nanduri
Based on Run Lola Run by Tom Tykwer
Produced by
  • Tanuj Garg
  • Atul Kasbekar
  • Aayush Maheshwari
  • Taapsee Pannu
  • Tahir Raj Bhasin
Cinematography Yash Khanna
Edited by Priyank Prem Kumar
Music by Score:
  • Rahul Pais
  • Nariman Khambata
  • Sidhant Mago
  • Mayank Mehra
  • Santanu Ghatak
  • Rahul Pais
  • Nariman Khambata
  • Sony Pictures Films India
  • Ellipsis Entertainment
Distributed by Netflix
Release date
  • 4 February 2022
Running time
131 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi


Cast And Crew

  • Taapsee Pannu as Savina "Savi" Borkar
  • Tahir Raj Bhasin as Satyajeet aka Satya
  • Dibyendu Bhattacharya as Victor
  • Shreya Dhanwanthary as Julia
  • Rajendra Chawla as Shree Mamlesh Charan Chaddhaji
  • KC Shankar as Atul Borkar
  • Manik Papneja as Appu
  • Raghav Raj Kakker as Gappu
  • Bhupesh Bandekar as David Colaco
  • Sameer Kevin Roy as Jacob
  • Alistar Bennis as Robert
  • Varun Pande as Yash


  • Looop Lapeta
  • Beqaraar
  • Nirvana
  • Tera Mera


A race against time and a girlfriend on a mission to rescue her boyfriend from a sticky situation, Looop Lapeta promises viewers an adventurous ride, as the plot unfolds and the actions of the lovers trigger a series of events, both fortunate and unfortunate.


Looop Lapeta is one more illustration of the developing clan of youthful producers who like to bring an unfamiliar film home. To compensate for the absence of innovation, they attempt to retrofit a native inclination, however the effect of the craftsmanship plan and shading plan or essentially the styling of the first is overpowering to such an extent that the cut-duplicate glue position shows. The simple method for bypassing the uncertainties and buts is to set the film in Goa, the extraordinary objective to offer an unfamiliar item to the metropolitan Hindi crowd. Assuming that it is exploratory, it must be in Goa.

Here chief Aakash Bhatia fills Tom Tykwer's Run Lola Run with the legendary Satyavan and Savitri episode and anticipates that it should crash into the desi heart.

The issue is he over-clarifies the thought, weakening a portion of the fun of the idea. Maybe, he misjudges the speed of recent college grads. To such an extent that towards the end, a tune plays behind the scenes that says it is about the circle of life; the circle as the title proposes.

In any case, the keen Savitri becomes Savi here and Satyavan is essentially Satya. Whenever the Hindi film courageous woman is breaking each unfair limitation, the time has come to retell Savitri's story who brought her adoration from the grasp of death. Here Savitri becomes Savi (Tapsee Pannu) who endeavors the unimaginable for her player man, basically named Satya (Tahir Raj Bhasin).

With grumpy lighting, capturing shading plans, and throbbing foundation score, the film starts as a fascinating fight among karma and assurance, possibility and karma , yet as the narrating gets progressively mindful and the primary heroes significantly more thus, the 'mishaps of destiny' lose their appeal.

Repeat is the inborn impediment of the thought, and furthermore the test for the producer to keep you put resources into a circle. At the point when the entire exercise starts to look self-absorbed, one beginnings taking a gander at the green dividers of the washroom, and the pink shading plan of the ragged off room.

We realize it is the authority transformation of the German film, we comprehend that we are following Savi who is running in her sub-inner voice, however some way or another it doesn't pass the natural rationale of the film and the pursuing part feels unwarranted a point. Maybe, the producers needed to utilize Tapsee's build that she worked for the games films that she has been doing.

Yet again tapsee gets into the soul of Savi be that as it may, she is excessively sincere. Thus, the feelings remain adsorbed on a superficial level. Shreya Dhanwanthary tells the best way to do it in an appearance. Tahir gets the laidback mentality right yet with three trips in under a month, the entertainer is somewhat overexposed.

The colossally agreeable Dibeyendu Bhattacharya - as the wrongdoing ruler - makes a decent attempt to bite the discoursed to create some interest, yet it doesn't work. Each time he says, "You know what I mean," one wishes to answer: "We know, man... presently continue on."

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