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Vinod "Guddu" Shukla is a television reporter in Mathura. He falls for the headstrong Rashmi Trivedi. Guddu wants to get married but Rashmi suggests a live-in relationship. They decide to try the live-in relationship when both their traditional families assume they're married and start living with them.Written by
Film was shot in Kartik Aaryan's hometown, Gwalior. See more »
The video camera settings always show aperture F2.4, shutter speed 1/250 and ISO 800 whether they are shooting in bright afternoon or in evening dim light. See more »
Vinod 'Guddu' Shukla:
Priest ! The groom's here, so is the bride, the garlands and the guests. So, shall we take our wedding vows ?
Yes, of course. Go ahead ! But who's going to chant the verses ?
Vinod 'Guddu' Shukla:
Why sir, can't you ?
I only look like a priest, but i am not one. I sell fritters outside.
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Movie humour is more situational than slapstick..!
Luka Chuppi stars Kartik Aaryan and Kriti Sanon in the lead with Pankaj Tripathi, Vinay Pathak, Aparshakti Khurana and others.
fans have been buzzing about the scintillating on-screen chemistry between Kartik and Kriti. The songs too, especially the remake of '90's song - Poster Lagwa Do, has become a fan favourite.
The humour element in the film lands on point every now and then. And the best part, the humour is more situational than slapstick.
Luka Chuppi explores the story of a young couple who wanted to try being in a 'live-in relationship' before getting married.
what really makes 'Luka Chuppi' an entertaining watch is the nuanced writing by Rohan Ghoge and its execution. The first half is swift and packed with funny moments that end in an unpredictable twist. The second half too, is marked by quite a few laugh-out-loud moments. At some point, the humour becomes repetitive, but it's the short run-time that comes to the film's rescue. Film's two most popular songs (Coca-Cola & Poster) are thrown in at the end, during the credit roll.
Overall, 'Luka Chuppi' is a fun ride that never gets too preachy or uncomfortable for the family audience. It's a clean entertainer with a message that's not too loud, but clear, for sure.
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