01 Mar 2019 02:06:00
Guddu, the star reporter of a local news channel in Mathura, falls for Rashmi, a feisty young woman. The couple decides to try a live-in relationship, but what happens when their old-fashioned family members decide to pry into their lives?
Karthik Aryan shines in this fun entertainer
Guddu (Karthik Aryan), is a cable reporter with a local channel in Mathura and Rashmi (Kriti Sanon) is an aspiring journalist, who is in love decides to go for a live-in relationship in their small-town, which sets the village people’s tongues wagging.
Guddu and Rashmi’s romantic exchanges in their live-in relationship in a small-town are told in a humorous way. Will their parents be ok with their choice to go for a live-in relationship?
Will Guddu and Rashmi’s relationship end up in marriage? Director Laxman Utekar has told this simple yet sweet story in a hilarious manner.
Karthik Aryan has given a splendid performance and with every film, he’s proving that he is a promising talent to watch out for.
Kriti Sanon as the small town girl is just perfect as Rashmi. She’s loveable, funny and a curious girl who is eager to explore a live-in relationship.
Aparshakti Khurrana as Karthik Aryan’s friend is a live-wire and is one of the best performers in the comedy-drama that has its heart at the right place.
Pankaj Tripathi and Vinay Pathak have given their best performance in Luka Chuppi. The film was aided by adequate performances from the supporting characters.
Instead of beating around the bush, director Laxman dives straight into the life of Guddu and Rashmi and explains why they chose a live-in relationship over a marriage.
What makes Luka Chuppi a successful venture is that the director and writer have included the point of view of several people related to the lead pair so that it gives the audience something to latch on.
Pankaj Tripathi’s character is downright annoying and he has mouthed some crass dialogues which make you hate his character.
The comedy stretches are the strengths of Luka Chuppi and for the most part, the fun and comedy one-liners work and make us curl up in the theatre seats.
Sometimes, the film feels a bit stretched because of repeated statements on live-in relationships and modern-day relationships.
Luka Chuppi is an example of what happened when a simple story is treated in an effective manner. Kudos to the director and writer for showing a sensitive issue in the most entertaining way possible.