- Unique message in the entire script
- Fresh Comedy with ultimate one liner
- Natural Performances by all the characters
- Foot tapping background score
- 90% of the music is adapter from old Hindi-Punjabi Songs which doesn’t give a fresh feel
- Second half dips a bit but that is ignorable
Plot: Guddu (Kartik Aaryan) as a local news reporter of Mathura and youngest brother among three siblings. Rashmi (Kriti Sanon) daughter of powerful political party member (Vinay Pathak) who is against Live-In relationship and love culture. Rashmi came from Delhi after completed her Mass Communication study.
Rashmi works with Guddu as an intern and both fell in love. Guddu proposes Rahsmi for marriage but Rashmi denies as she doesn’t faith in marriage without knowing each other. Rashmi asks Guddu for live-in relationship and both start living in live-in. Anyhow both gets caught and act like a married couple and mess starts from here. How they both get out the mess, gets unfold by the climax.
Screenplay: Luka Chuppi is story of 126 mins (2.6 hours) so you don’t get time to get bored. But second half could have been better as first half is stronger than second.
Performances: Kartik Aaryan gave a natural performance as Mathura guy, he holds the dialect very well. Kriti Sanon also gave her best as Rashmi and they both look lovely with each other. Above all Pankaj Tripathi has nailed with his naughty performance, he is in never seen before character in Luka Chuppi.
Rest of the supporting cast is good with their job including Aparshakti Khurana, Vinay Pathak and others.
Direction: Laxman Utekar as debutant has made Luka Chuppi a good watch.
Music: Luka Chuppi music lacks as it could have been fresh because most of tracks are remake of old/new hits Hindi-Punjabi songs. But background score of Luka Chuppi is awesome.
Final Verdict: As final verdict Luka Chuppi is a good watch especially for young generation.
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