Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety Review
Director– Luv Ranjan
Star cast : Kartik Aaryan, Nushrat Bharucha and Sunny Singh
Producer -Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar and Luv Ranjan
Production company – T-Series & Run Time – 142 minutes
Story – Luv Ranjan
Cinematography : Sudhir K. Chaudhary
Meet Titu played by Sunny Singh, he is getting married to a girl called Sweety played by Nushrat Bharucha. She is a perfect woman for Titu however, his friend called Sonu played by Kartik Aaryan finds this to be too good to believe. On the other side, we find Titu and his family to be impressed with everything, which Sweety does, while on Sonu finds her behavior very much suspicious and is soon seen developing a doubt over the true intentions. This simply leads into a conflict, which is seen in between Sonu and Sweety with both are seen trying to outdo each other to achieve their goal. So, what happens next would be interesting to catch.
As you check the film the first thing you would realize that this film simply captures the north Indian milieu as it simply helps in remaining the real stories of this world. So, unlike his previous films (Pyaar Ka Punchama series), he has created a niche for his films that summarizes the dispute of modern urban relationship found among the young people in different shades of the Delhi city. Perhaps he should understand that he has now embarked with a monotony which is again seen in Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety and the fact is he is least bothered about it. This will pose some amount of risk on his film when he has roped in Delhi as its center stage for the film.
Looking at this perspective, he embarked with the same story to tell to the audience to keep changing something or the other. Now talking about the performances, the actors in the lead roles have done a decent job particularly Kartik Aaryan, and Nushrat Bharucha who have been his kids since his days of Akaash Vani. He has nurtured the two with great care and professionalism shaping up the best to give the best of the performances. Now, talking about the other elements like music, background score, screenplay, photography and direction, everything seemed okay zooming up the entertainment value to certain extent. Even the technical things like editing and mixing and other things are okay.
Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety The Last word
If you are looking in the perspective of the old films of Luv Ranjan then the monotony would be obvious, however, for the masses it till can have some different impact on the audience. Well, it can be a decent watch if you have been the fan of this director.