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Sonu Ke Titu ki Sweety Movie Review

March 7, 2018

Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety Story: Titu (Sunny Singh) after facing a break up takes his best friend’s funny advice of settling in life seriously. He decides to marry and his family looks for a bride. The first girl he meets is a perfect woman named Sweety (Nushrat Bharucha). Titu's best-friend Sonu (Kartik Aaryan) doubts Sweety's character. He tries to break the marriage while Sweety tries to do opposite and this leads to a war, Bromance Vs Romance.


Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety Review: Friends and love in present day being the latest trend, Luv Ranjan's film SKTKS is reviving, engaging and intriguing as well. Since the time conflict enters in the film, it is sufficiently exciting till the peak. The turns in the plot are interesting yet hard-hitting too in the meantime. Luv does not demonstrate his women in great light nevertheless; he certainly winds up making a perfect family show each time.


The traditional filmi triangle gets reversed. Rather than two men battling over one woman, we have the love for the woman coming in between the male friendship. The portrayal of bromance relationship is, indeed, all the more fascinating in the older generation, the granddad (Alok Nath) relatively joined at the hip with his bachelor buddy (Virendra Saxena) and the grandma least concerned.


Coming to the acting aspect everyone was perfect; their comic timing was also bang on. Kartik Aaryan as over protective friend was the stealer of the film. Nushrat Bharucha as devilish modern woman played the character convincingly. Sunny Singh as Dumb yet innocent guy brought the comedy element in the film. Alok Nath as ‘Asanskari’ grandfather was a treat to watch. Many new and refreshing scenes were present in the film. The graph of the film was quite balanced with it’s elements such as comedy, jealousy, emotional and most importantly friendship. Songs were good but except one or two other’s weren’t catchy at all. Direction and Screenplay was good, however second half of the film where the real fun begins could have more scenes of bromance Vs romance, whereas some scenes from second half could be in first half before the war begins. Nevertheless, film is quite entertaining and can be watched with either friends or family. It will be interesting to see the reverse of it as well.


What is noteworthy is that Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety is performing better than the new releases even in its second week. Anushka Sharma-starrer horror film Pari, that hit the screens on March 2, has earned Rs 17.48 crore in its four-day run. During the same period, SKTKS has minted Rs 22.11 crore, which is remarkable, to say the least.


The Film has crossed the Rs 70 crore mark at the beginning of its second week. The film has been a huge success, opening with Rs 6.42 on its first day and then earning Rs 9.34 crore and Rs 10.81 crore on second day and third day, respectively.

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