Luv Ranjan's satirical take on Bromance vs Romance is highly hilarious

Helmed by Luv Ranjan, 'Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety' is totally true to its romantic comedy genre keeping us hooked with relatable characters and crazy punches mixed with hilarious one-liners. Going by trailer itself, we could easily get the 'Bromance vs Romance' plot and the lead characters got us involved with their situations as well. The satires that are complemented by stellar performances from the entire cast along with the leads, thanks to Ranjan's engaging screenplay.

It is Titu (Sunny Singh Nijjar) all set to marry a perfect woman named Sweety (Nushrat Bharucha). Titu's suspicious friend Sonu (Kartik Aaryan) doubts Sweety's character and tries to break the marriage while Sweety tries to do the opposite which leads to war between Bromance and Romance. This clash takes us to a thorough laugh riot and one thing is assured, you won't get bored watching this light-hearted comedy flick. Titu belongs to a well-established business background from Delhi, a millionaire grandson with swanky convertible car and all the power of attorney in the hands of his grand-father played by Alok Nath. What makes this film even more interesting is the duo of veteran actors Virendra Saxena and Alok Nath not giving a damn about Titu's life sipping branded scotch in nutshell.  

A short part of the film is shot in Amsterdam and its picturesque locales just catch our eyes where all the boys go out to celebrate the Bachelor's party. The laugh out loud jokes, comic dialogues including those understood beeps are all worth in the end.

Now talking about the songs of the film, each soundtrack is groovy and full of life. The film begins with a bang through a glamorous house party number of Jasmin Walia and Zack Knight's peppy song 'Bom Diggy Diggy' featuring Sunny Singh and Kartik Aaryan along with beautiful blonde chicks all around them. The next one is Honey Singh's comeback song and his rap verses can be surely cheered by the youth. It is a song titled 'Chhote Chhote Peg' and we have the pretty looking Nushrat Bharucha showing off her moves in a Punjabi-packed party. Kartik and Sunny accompany her celebrating the togetherness along with each other. A song that took us by surprise is Arijit Singh's 'Tera Yaar Hoon Main' that adds an emotional element to this flick.

The writer duo Luv Ranjan and Rahul Mody who successfully wrote the 'Pyaar Ka Punchnama' franchise take a dig further to explore the real-life situational satire that most of the youth go through while being in a relationship in this 21st Century. He perfectly introduces another angle of Bromance vs Romance and it is a hit formula for all the comedy lovers out there.  

Cinematography by Sudhir K. Chaudhary is an awe to the eye, majorly focusing some picturesque slow-mo shots eloquently. Some elegantly redefined captivating shots that glorify the party life from the Netherlands. I mean What a perfect destination to pick for the Bachelor's party. Sudhir K. Chaudhary has sincerely helmed some magnificent shots that get stamped in our head. Editing by Akiv Ali is spot on carrying the film's narration superbly as per its screenplay demanded. Set designing team headed Dipankar Dasgupta and Sukant Panigrahy have created authentic wedding event and this destination wedding sets galore by the climax of the film.

It is an outstanding example of putting up an exceptional team show. Every actor played their part seemingly well but what stands out in our heart is Kartik Aaryan and Alok Nath's chemistry ruling the movie by the end. Kartik sweetly calling Alok Nath 'ghasitey' is all that we loved. Well if you loved the 'Pyaar Ka Punchnama' series, you will definitely love this one as well. And if you haven't watched it, Go get a laugh riot ticket for this comedy flick.        

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