Luka Chuppi literally plays hide and seek with us in having a good time

Filmy Digest

It’s like you are trying hard to like the film, which you do only in bits and pieces, because you know the actors in it are so special, but no matter how hard you try, the story doesn’t let you enjoy after a certain point.

It delivers a few punches right, it tries to deliver a meaning with all that forceful fun, but you leave the theatres thinking nothing about the movie. Be it entertainment wise or meaning wise.

It is like made in a hurry; the entire track list copied is another proof of this hurriedness.

Watch it If you like -

The hope that something fun will come out given a movie with a bunch of great veteran and talented actors

But Beware of -

Forced fun, Forced humor. Rubber band script that isn’t growing no matter how much you stretch it, it just becomes loose and haywire

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Nirmata (Makers)

Laxman Utekar’s debut didn’t go well given the no-juice script.

The lack of experience sorry to say is visible when you see frames that have people planted and doing nothing for a sequence.

The plot is there, of the need and concept of live-ins and marriages, but for how long can you keep that plot going? Some films if made as short films will do good than a full feature film we guess.

Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)

We have a plot. We have extremely good actors. We have a cute-looking lead pair. We have some unforced punches here and there. We have well-established roles and characters. But still, we came out with nothing.

Rohan Shankar’s script restricted the enjoyment the film could possibly have. Or on second thoughts, there was never a scope of enjoying. Some of the dialogues are like internet jokes, songs are copied, what more to say.

With all the actors, and the cute chemistry between Kartik and Kirti, we kept hoping for something more, until we gave up in the end where the ‘recreated’ aka unoriginal promotional song ‘Poster Lagwado Bazar Mein’ wasn’t even included in or after the end credits.

Abhineta (Actors)

Kartik Aaryan needs a break from the rom coms / coms…He needs to do a Badlapur sorts movie apparently. Not that we are asking him to go out of what he does the best, but it is always good to dwell into change.

Kriti Sanon has been impressing us with every next movie hers, but not this time. There were scenes where she looked cute and was very natural, but they didn’t stand out that impressively as a character to remember, like from her role in Bareilly Ki Barfi. But then she did outshine her co-star, and gave us a good time with her cutesy expressions.

Good actors Pankaj Tripathi, Vinay Pathak, Aparshakti Khurana weren’t given roles to match their talent, they had screen space, but nothing out of the box to do, which these actors normally do in every scene they are in.

The actor who played the middle brother and the actress who played the Bhabhi really caught our attention and had some fun scenes.

Geet Sangeet (Music)

We are tired of using the word recreated, especially when it comes to T-series, we are going to go ahead and show a little disappointment and hence call the music, copied. Laung Laachi, the original Punjabi song is the one that is the most ruined in Tulsi Kumar’s voice.

Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)

Please wait till the movie comes on Jio cinema app and may be then you can watch with a tub of popcorn at home, because honestly the film will be only entertaining sitting in the comfort of your cozy corners.

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