Pati Patni Aur Woh Movie Review
Director– Mudassar Aziz
Producer – Bhushan Kumar, Renu Ravi Chopra, Juno Chopra and Krishan Kumar
Screenplay – Mudassar Aziz
Star cast – Kartik Aaryan, Bhumi Pednekar and Ananya Panday
Cinematography – Chirantan Das
Editor– Ninad Khanolkar
Production Company – T-Series and B.R. Studios
Running time – 126 minute
Ratings – 3.5
The film is based on the 1978 classic film of the same time. However, it comes with some novelty. It covers a tale that jumps between two cities- Lucknow & Kanpur. Meet Chintu a government employee played by Kartik, he married to Vedika (played by Bhumi Pednekar). They are leading a decent married life after their arranged marriage. Both are leading their own life from being ‘just married’ to ‘rust married’. Then comes Tapasya played by Ananya Panday in the office of Chintu. The film is all about the double-cross Chintu plays in his married and extramarital affair and he is saved all the time by his friend Fahim. Overall, it is how it affects both the ladies.
The movie despite the known story will not bore the audience. Thanks to the novelty the director has added in the film. The modern version seems relevant and more appealing, while there should be no comparison between the two versions as both suffice their requirements as per the audience they were addressed. You get a ready-made film to enjoy, just come enjoy with some gags that bring a chuckle to your face and get the chance to watch a film at an unexplored background. Talking about the performances, Kartik Aaryan in his character of Chintu has come up with a controlled performance. He knows how to tread his path in B Town and how to reach there. His accent, diction and performance of a typical Kanpuriya seemed interesting, at the same time, he has maintained his handsome hunk image as well while playing the character.
On the other side, Aparshakti Khurana while playing Fahim’s role seems interesting and good despite the strong presence of Kartik. Ananya Panday seems to have got an uni-dimensional character, she need little improvement. All she has done is portraying the things she was asked to do without putting extra efforts to do things required. Bhumi Pednekar has done a decent job while playing the role of Patni and has maintained her charm in the right way. Talking about the direction part, Mudassar has done a decent job while handing the comedy of errors with great perfection. The other elements like songs, music and other things remain okay thus helping to boost the entertainment value of the film.
Pati Patni Aur Woh Movie Review: The Last Word
All we can say at the end is that that film is a funny version of the old classic film. It can be called as a treat for the fans of Kartik Aaryan. In a nutshell, it is a light-hearted fun film.