Too many sub plots ruins the game
Star Cast: Kartik Aaryan, Kriti Kharbanda, Paresh Rawal, Tanvi Azmi, Naveen Kaushik
Director: Ashwni Dhir
Genre – Comedy
Rating – 1.5
A couple Aryan and his British Indian girlfriend called Anaya is planning for a fake marriage simply to get a citizenship in the UK. Just 10 days before their wedding, the two get uninvited guest who is supposedly Aryan’s distant uncle’s from India suddenly lands in Aryan’s office. He then has to take him home while the two doesn’t believe in Atithi Devo Bhava, but since they need some elderly couple as their witnesses of their (fake) marriage for not having any relative in London, they treat him as their guest. The uninvited guest (uncle & aunty) keeps on interfering, comic and annoying kind of interferences till they finally loses their patience, so, what happens the next is interesting to catch.
The film is the sequel of the previous movie Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge, which was good laugh riot, however, the sequel stands nowhere close to it. Although it has some quirky jokes to enjoy but with funny jokes ending to some silly things, there is barely anything to laugh. The script is half backed and a number of sub plots simply kill the film at a long go. Now talking about the performances, Sanjay Mishra steals the show while Paresh Rawal happens to be the best comedian of all the time one can have yet his character seems to be a futile efforts as the film has its own half backed script. Others are okay but Kartik Aaryan is seen with his average performance while Kriti Kharbanda has nothing but overreaction in her stuff. The music of the film is average and not a single song is worth remembering. Forget about the climax it is the worst thing to see in the film.
Guest in London – Last Word
The film is a total waste of time but a blend of many other plots that was done to make the film funny and interesting but the reverse is true. It fails to come up with any story without giving any good performance except from the veterans. It can neither make you cry nor laugh simply a total waste of time giving you too many loo breaks.