Kartik Aryan and Kriti Sanon’s Luka Chuppi is only hours away from hitting the screens, March 1. The romantic comedy is directed by Laxman Utekar and produced by Dinesh Vijan’s Maddock Films. Right from the trailer launch, it captivated the audience with the lead pair’s on-screen chemistry. The songs especially the remake of ‘90’s song – Poster Lagwa Do has turned favourite one.
We bring to you the first-hand review from rating who have watched the special screening of Luka Chuppi. While some have called it a routine rom-com, others have dubbed it as connecting the dots with the youth.
A situational comedy with a message… Relatable premise, clean humour, foot tapping music, loads of entertainment… Superb climax… Kartik Aaryan top notch, Kriti Sanon damn good. Recommended! #LukaChuppiReview pic.twitter.com/6yngBwgclN
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) March 1, 2019
— LatestLY (@latestly) March 1, 2019
#LukaChuppiReview – It's a perfect combination of deep romance, high octane comedy, powerful drama n solid music.@TheAaryanKartik is in top form while @kritisanon is always superior. They both looks so promising.
Overall #LukaChuppi is a sure shot winner.
— Roshan Goswami (@iRoshanGoswami) March 1, 2019
Casting for #LukaChuppi is FABULOUS. Post interval scenes will make you laugh out loud. A complete rom-com film.
— Sourabh Das (@sourabhdas90) February 28, 2019
#LukaChuppiReview: An enjoyable watch directed at young audiences
— PeepingMoon (@PeepingMoon) February 28, 2019
Gulf News: Be warned, ‘Luka Chuppi’ isn’t a life-altering romantic comedy which sets out to make some grave social comment. It’s a light-hearted film — with a scattered, almost fickle, storyline — bolstered by good performances from a sturdy cast. While you may not put a ring on this one, you can definitely live with it for a couple of hours of your life. (2.5/5)
Masala.com: Luka Chuppi is an enjoyable watch that is directed at a young audience who will find it very relatable. It also subtly touches upon various relevant and timely social issues. Go for it and have a good time at the movies. (3/5)
Filmfare: The brilliantly written film by Rohan Shankar offers the right punches in dialogues and has been expertly directed by cinematographer Laxman Utekar. A fun, light hearted film with a small suggestion of a message. Nothing preachy (3/5)