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Luka Chuppi

Luka Chuppi

01 Mar, 2019
2 hrs 06 mins
64,251 votes
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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?
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Verdict: This situational comedy has its heart in the right place. Bollywoods latest heartthrob, Kartik Aaryan has proved that hes a fitting star that can carry a whole film on his shoulders. Starring alongside Kriti Sanon for the first time, he has now returned to the big screen with Laxman Utekars Luka Chuppi. The films trailer promised a fun romantic comedy thats packed with laug... ...Read full review
Luka Chuppi, starring Kartik Aaryan and Kriti Sanon, will not blow your mind, but is a good watch if you are looking for something fun this weekend. ...Read full review
Luka Chuppi is a fun ride that never gets too preachy or uncomfortable for the family audience. Its a clean entertainer with a message thats not too loud, but clear, for sure. ...Read full review
The last word is reserved for Guddu and Rashmi, who unwrap Trivedis political opportunism and declare that the youth of India is a vote bank not to be gagged by an outdated moral code. Now if only they had taken this stand 60 minutes sooner. ...Read full review
Look past the weak script and Luka Chuppi is a total laughter riot. The performances are strong, the humour for one is refreshingly different from Kartik Aaryans past movies. It is more situational than slapstick, though, dont despair yet, there is enough one-liners as well, if that kind of humour floats your boat. I would recommend that you watch this movie in theatre, with a live audience, it really amplifies your viewing experience. ...Read full review
Aparshakti Khurana`s sporadic appearances generate a degree of mirth, as does Pankaj Tripathi`s performance. ...Read full review
Kriti Sanon is expected to look pretty while looking exasperated and she achieves that. Kartik Aaryan delivers an assortment of facial gymnastics while his hair that hair! continues to be mildly distracting. A bigger letdown is watching talented actors like Vinay Pathak, Aparshakti Khurrana, and especially Pankaj Tripathi wasted in thankless, underwritten roles. One only hopes Tripathi was paid a huge fee in exchange for starring in this drivel, and for embarrassing himself in the role of Guddus buffoonish, troublemaking relative. ...Read full review