Lootcase isn't terrible - not at all. It is half done, but it is also well begun. It is predicable, but it is also harmless. If you are in an undemanding mood, then it is not a bad film to spend your time on.
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Lootcase is among the many Bollywood films that will have a direct-to-digital release on Disney+Hotstar as theatres remain shut due to the coronavirus pandemic
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Lootcase trailer: Kunal Kemmu's luck changes when he finds a suitcase full of cash in upcoming comedy
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Lootcase first look: Kunal Kemmu is tangled in a bromance with his suitcase in the upcoming quirky comedy
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Lootcase's narrative will revolve around the whereabouts of the case which Kunal Khemu's character gets hold of