Luka Chuppi Movie Review: Kartik Aaryan-Kriti Sanon’s Bootless Comedy


Luka Chuppi Movie Cast: Kartik Aaryan, Kriti Sanon, parshakti Khurana,A Pankaj Tripathi, Vinay Pathak

Luka Chuppi Movie Director: Laxman Utekar

Luka Chuppi, starring Kartik Aaryan and Kriti Sanon, is a 2-hour 6-minute film. The movie that starts off with making no sense, and continues in the same manner till the end. The movie has been conceptualized on secret life – in the relationship of a couple living in a small town – Mathura in Uttar Pradesh. Hence, a couple living in, cause for an amusing part.

At the beginning of the movie a surprising note, showing the Nazim Khan’s controversy, which makes the drolled up comedy.

Guddu Shukla (Kartik) and Rashmi Trivedi (Kriti) decide to side-step the “Mandap-and-Mangalsutra” contrivance and discover for themselves the joys of compatibility by living in. This has been the entire fun part of the movie, wherein the family members of both were being prattled, and a few epoch of time between Guddu and Rashmi which are sensuous and flirtatious.

Much of the film’s so-called humor appended on the misunderstanding that the couple is married when they’re actually not. For reasons that never feel convincing, they make repeated attempts to sneak off and really get married. There’s helping friend of the couple to keep secret & a nosy neighbor to expose them. A running joke about Guddu’s elder brother who is frustrated about being left behind in the marriage race added much fun.

The script by Rohan Shankar seemed a bit stretched and many of the jokes are lame. Though the actions of the actors are commendable. Kriti Sanon has eminently screen presence & maintains a strong position on the screen & on the other hand, Kartik Aryan melts every girl’s heart by his alluring looks. While Pankaj Tripathi’s humor seems exasperated initially but later, it’s him who raises the paramount of laughter. Aparshakti Khurana as always is dependable. The prejudice that others have towards his character’s religious identity is quite hard-hitting.

On the whole, LUKA CHUPPI is a funny take on the living in a relationship which spiked with clumped of situational and funny moments. But all of these problems are second to the fact that the film is simply not funny for the most part. It’s allegedly a comedy but it delivers at best a handful of laughs.

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