If you’re planning for a good family entertainer this weekend, this movie is all you need. Laxman Utekar ’s directorial waves around the small town live-in relationship where they are highly disapproved by the families and regressive society.
The performance is no doubt hilarious in the movie but still, the movie leaves us with an empty bracket that needs to be filled with more.
Kartik Aryan essays a role of Guddu who is a star reporter at a cable news channel and Kriti as Rashmi essays a role of an intern working in the channel and is the daughter of the Mathura chief of the Sanskriti Suraksha Manch, a right-wing outfit that takes pride in beating up young lovers. Yes, you got it right the same as the Anti-Romeo Squad. After they both fall in love, it becomes difficult for them to sneak time together away from the moral police.
When Guddu proposes marriage to Rashmi, she wanted to know him more and then they take a 20-day assignment in Gwalior to live together with each other. They pretend to be a married couple and the things go a hilarious way when their families barge in and wrongly discover them to be married.
Luka Chuppi shows no obvious live-in relationship challenges between the couple. It shows cute chemistry between Guddu and Rashmi. The main highlight of the movie or we can say the hilarious angle is brought by Aparshakti Khurrana as Guddu’s best friend Abbas.
However, the dissatisfying part of the movie was Pankaj Tripathi essaying a trivial role in the movie but he tries every bit to make the most out of that role.
The writing struggles in some part of the movie due to inconsistency. The climax of the film is a bit disappointing as even though the film builds up a lot of curiousness amongst the audience the things go very conveniently for the couple towards the end.
Overall, the film offers many funny moments and situations and with that, it offers clean entertainment with the everlasting charm of the lead actor. The film is must watch with the family over the weekend.