If you’re stressed with your life and want a little getaway from it then Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety might be your best bet.
The movie title gives away the gist of the plot. The story revolves majorly around the characters Sonu, Titu and Sweety played by Kartik Aryan, Sunny Singh Nijjar and Nushrat Bharucha respectively. Director Luv Ranjan, famous for his works like Pyar Ka Punchnama and Akaash Vani, has repeated his basic premise of PKP in SKTKS. The vibe of the movie is basically the same as his previous film but he explored the relationships beyond youngsters and has stepped into the family zone.
Expectations from Kartik have been sky high since his performance in PKPN and yet again he’s done a brilliant job in this film in terms of acting. Sunny Singh and Nushrat Bharucha’s chemistry on screen was really beautiful. But we’ll give brownie points to everyone’s favorite “Babuji” Alok Nath for his not-so Babuji like character in this film. It was really fascinating to see him in such a role.
The movie begins quite slow but picks up the pace fast. The light jokes and twists in the plot keep you engaged during this long movie having a run time of 2 hours and 22 minutes. I’d say the end is quite predictable but the interesting part is how the story reaches till the end. There’s a great plot twist which you would not be expecting right before the interval.
Many would be expecting Joey-Chandler like relationship portrayal between Titu and Sonu but surprisingly, that relationship is beautifully shown between Alok Nath (who plays the character of Titu’s uncle) and Virendra Saxena, making us fall in love with the chemistry and bromance between these two. Borderline, it’s a fresh plotted movie that is filled with great light jokes, a Delhi tone of language and a good cast. We give it a 3.5 stars with a kink.
If you’re stressed with your life and want a little getaway from it then Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety might be your best bet. The movie title gives ...3.5