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Sonu ke Titu Ki Sweety Review: Entertaining but cheap!!

IMG SRC: youtube.com (Sonu ke Titu ki Sweety)

Sonu ke Titu ki Sweety (SKTKS) released today to witness enthralling number college students in theaters. It seems that is the viewer score the movie targets.  Made under the flagship banner of male wisdom holder Luv Ranjan, women were subjugated. And as expected, it presents women as clever conniving trouble makers in lives of otherwise very peaceful and happy men. We get to laugh, a lot of laughter but also a lot of eye rolling specially from women. Feminism was subjected to cheap, sometimes irksome jokes and so SKTKS is a laugh riot but incredibly CHEAP.



The Pyaar ka Punchnama fame director Luv Ranjan brings to us SKTKS along with the same team Kartik Aryan (Sonu), Nushrat (Sweety) and Sunny (Titu). The tagline tags along throughout the movie, its Romance vs Bromance. The plot rolls around Titu who gets involved in love relations pretty easily and is protected by Sonu until the entry of perfect Bride to be (Sweety). A war ensues between Sonu and Sweety and who wins in this crumbling turner is what you need to see.


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The surprise in the movie was Alok Nath who veiled off his babuji avatar to be a part a this Ranjan flick. Cameos by Ishita Raj and Sonnali Seygall, the other two PKP girls are also surprising. Seems they came in just to be laughed at. Monologue by kartik was a must inclusion by Ranjan.

Kartik is now a well groomed actor specially in the comedy genre and so is Nushrat. They both were brilliant in what was expcted out of them. Ranjan’s movies generally have less to offer  as a role to woman nut Nushrat still manages to get the attention she deserves. I hope these two get a  chance to come out of the Ranjan banner and do some meaningful cinema. Sunny Singh is good as an easy to fall in love guy.

The only trouble in the movie is certain misogynist remarks that makes you cringe and narrow your eyes just like Nushrat. It could have been a no complain at all movie if certain below the belt jokes could be taken off.  It’s a good watch if you do not mind anti-feminism and are not a forerunner of gender equality. It has got U/A certificate by beeping of most of the cuss words.

A shallow but entertaining flick. I give SKTKS 2.5/5 stars.


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