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Abhinav ‘Chintu’ Tyagi (Kartik Aaryan), one of the first in the public service exam, marries Vedika Tyagi (Bhumi Pednekar). She makes it clear in her first meeting that she likes sex very much; she is not a virgin and is emotionally demanding. Her only wish is for her husband to play a little and be transferred to Delhi. But Chintu is a perennial little town boy. He likes Kanpur. And he feels that somehow, his wife has always underestimated him. Then, when Tapasya (Ananya Panday), who wants to lease some land for his business, lands in his office, he feels that his fantasies have come true. She likes his general clumsiness and begins to fall in love with him emotionally. He knows that she is not in her league, and yet she is totally in love and cannot be separated from her. What follows is a series of almost escapes where his wife almost discovers him. The childhood friend Faheem (Aparshakti Khurana) helps him with this. If Chintu learns his lesson and regrets, it forms the crux of the movie.Pati Patni Aur Woh Movie Review script is the hero of the movie. Mudassar Aziz puts one hilarious situation after another, making you laugh at Chintu’s misadventures. The artistic dialogue, aimed at everything from our current political situation, to our myths and the stars of Bollywood, keeps you in the division. The first half breezes gently. The second half, where the emotional quotient increases a little, is not so soft in contrast and could have been with a bit more delicacy.
It is undoubtedly a comedy, but Mudassar has also encountered some real problems. The film rightly points out that the responsibility of being faithful in a marriage does not only lie with women. And that they can move and make a living if they wish. The film mocks the fact that men will look at poorly dressed women and find it difficult to take when those women are covered. Because then his fantasy has a beating. It also suggests that the bro code makes men turn a blind eye or even support their friends’ follies.
Kartik Aaryan is the king of monologues and gets two here. He is as charming and friendly as ever, and his Everyman act is just what the doctor prescribed. Aparshakti Khurana has the best lines. His motormouth act maintains momentum. Bhumi Pednekar offers another brazen act. It seems to have become the bearer of the torch of women’s emancipation. Ananya Panday takes a safer step in her second film than in the first. It’s a challenging role, but she keeps it real. We will reiterate here that the four actors have acted according to the parameters defined by the director. No one comes out as a villain, vampire, or victim, and, in effect, this is the real icing on the cake.