Review: Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety is a highly entertaining no-brainer, full of fun and pun!

Luv Ranjan along with Kartik Aaryan, Sunny Singh and Nushrat Bharucha this time bring a new kind of triangular love story which revolves between bromance and romance. Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety strives to not only entertain you but also take you on a nostalgic ride, where you will remember of someone you love and care for. Here is a film that strives to tickle you with a simple subject. Go for it!

Review: Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety is a highly entertaining no-brainer, full of fun and pun!

Cast: Kartik Aaryan, Sunny Singh, Nushrat Bharucha, Alok Nath and others.

Rating: 4/5

If there is one director, who knows how to win hearts of the youth in India, it is Luv Ranjan. Ever since his Punchama series has won accolades, Luv Ranjan and his team have not stopped to woo the audience with the realistic, hilarious takes on life, which one tends to just experience and laugh over. Ace filmmaker has now made a mark by understanding how he can bring these memories to the forefront while watching his films.

His latest release Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety also does the same.

Ever since the release of the poster, people have been wondering why did the director choose this ‘hatke’ title for the film. But on watching the trailer, one realizes what the story in the film will revolve around, and that makes it easy for everyone to get attracted to the subject. It is as simple as it gets.

Sonu (Kartik Aaryan) and Titu (Sunny Singh) are friends or rather brothers. They have grown up together, and now live, work together too. They love each other the most in life, so much so they do not let each other take wrong decisions what so ever. One fine day, Sonu makes Titu realise his mistake of dating a girl, and eventually, Titu breaks up. He soon chooses to get married to Sweety Sharma (Nushrat Bharucha), who instantly impresses him and his family. However, Sonu gets a hint that she is no good for him, and tries hard to separate the two, only for the good. What are the efforts does he puts to ensure Titu realizes this? Will the bromance win over romance, or will it be the other way? These answers to these questions become the crux of Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety.

One may have a thought that the film will deal with a cliché subject and might not entertain as the earlier films. But you’d be surprised that the answer to this is a big bold ‘NO.’

The film opens with Kartik Aaryan’s best lines, although not a monologue, and then slowly moves to the subject, eventually making you giggle in the first few minutes itself. What follows is a relatable subject in everyone’s life, which not only will take you on a nostalgic ride, but also make you laugh out loud with a thorough entertainment. The first half of the film is seamless and highly enjoyable, as Luv Ranjan ensures that no minute is wasted. The edit and narration are to the point. The second half starts on an interesting note, however, gets a tad bit repetitive and long, which I feel could have been edited. Although, this does not hamper the experience, as the writers have used interesting dialogues to keep one intrigued. All elements of the film are well thought and executed, leaving no complaints for the audience.

Kartik Aaryan as Sonu raises his own standard, and wins hearts once again, not only with his dialogues but his looks and ripped physique too. He delivers the best performance of the career so far, but the ever-so-popular monologue was missed. Girls will definitely get a chance to drool over him for 140 minutes. Sunny Singh as Titu is cute and adorable. He is innocent and reminds you at least of one person in your life. He emotes well and makes an impact throughout the film. Nushrat Bharucha’s character Sweety oscillates well between the mean and a nice girl. She looks impeccable and leaves no stone unturned in flaunting those curves. Kartik and Sunny share one of the best bromances I have seen in any Indian film. After watching their love on-screen, you would want one such person in your life for one such relationship.

But one man in the film changes his images completely, and it is none other than, the most loved ‘father’ in Indian TV and film – Alok Nath. The ‘Sanskari’ pitaji turns tables and plays the coolest grandfather by abusing, dancing, drinking etc. with such ease. His performance as ‘Ghasite’ is outstanding.

To sum it up, it is necessary for us to come across such films once in a while, as no-brainers like these, not only refresh the memories but also strive to tickle you with their simple subjects. Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety is promising and a must watch. Go for it, and giggle out loud!

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