Luka Chuppi Movie Review: A movie with a flawed script
Luka chuppi has currently released and running at the big screen. So, you guys who have not seen Luka chuppi yet might want to know how it is. So. today we The Codezine have analyzed the movie and give you full details about it.
The following details:
Movie Runtime:2Hours 7minutes
Cast: Kartik Aaryan, Kriti Sanon, Aparshakti Khurana, Pankaj Tripathi
Director: Laxman Utekar
The story in Luka Chuppi:
Guddu Shukla (Kartik Aaryan) is a local TV reporter of Mathura from typical Indian middle-class family. Rashmi Trivedi (Kriti Sanon) is an intern and wants to do the job at the same channel where Guddu works and is the daughter of a Hindu Politician. The two fell in love eventually.
Guddu, in an argument, challenges his elder brother that he will marry Rashmi after that he proposes her. (SLOW CLAPS). Rashmi though for the sake of the script to have a little plot suggests to live-in. Whereas, Rashmi’s father is stopping young lovers of the city against live-in. Rest of the story is on how Guddu and Rashmi tackle with both the families.
About the Direction:
Laxman Utekar’s debut direction in Bollywood is not extraordinary. Well, it’s not the worst but it’s definitely not the best also. Although, Laxman Utekar can do more with the kind of concept Luka Chuppi had he couldn’t live up to the expectations. The director did well in capturing the small town quite well.
Star Performances in
Kartik Aaryan, when he delivered Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety expected to roar hard with his acting capabilities. He tried hard too much with Guddu but because of the script, the character of Guddu goes nowhere. Guddu’s comic timings are good but definitely not up to the mark. Kartik needs one to two more weak performances to step away from Bollywood because the competition is too high now.
Kriti Sanon is miraging Bitti from Bareilley Ki Barfi. She glamours in some parts but could do more. There’s nothing more than I can say about her.
Aparshakti Khurana and Pankaj Tripathi had wasted totally. With the supporting acting capability that they have got, its the fault of the director that he couldn’t use these gems nicely.
SCRIPT AND DIALOGUES:
Luka Chuppi had an overload of talented actors but all the worst credits will go for the scriptwriter Rohan Shankar. He had a nice concept of live-in in a small town and he could explore more with the story and make it extraordinary but couldn’t do it.
Dialogues are like forced for comedy and not the natural ones which will somehow make you smile but not laugh.
The film would have been perfect if the script didn’t have loopholes. The climax should have improved. Both 1st and 2nd half are poor but there exist some scenes which shouldn’t be missed. Some comic scenes of Luka Chuppi are good. I will give 2 out of 5 stars for Kartik Aaryan, Aparshakti, and Pankaj Tripathi. It surely is a one-time watch.