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romcom

(ˈrɒmˌkɒm)
n
1. (Broadcasting) informal a film or television comedy based around the romantic relationships of the characters
2. (Film) informal a film or television comedy based around the romantic relationships of the characters
[C20: rom(antic) + com(edy)]
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As this'll be her second TV romcom this year, 2017 has been good to Kramer, but here's already hoping that 2018 will bring even more romcoms from the 34-year-old star.
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Kangana would, however, insist the film is not a regular romcom.