So the verdict is out! The underdog of the year “Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety” has entered the much coveted “100 crores” club. It is the second movie of this year to find its strong place in this club. If you have loved Pyar Ka Punchnama and its misogynistic ethics, you would surely adore this one too. The only difference is that this time Luv Ranjan (director) just got better with the plot and treatment, Karthik Aryan improved his dialogue delivery, and Nusrat Bharucha learned to steal the show even when the script gave her less space.
If you still haven’t watched it or still dwindling in two-minds to watch it, here are 6 strong reasons to enjoy the show!
A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed
In India, they say that marriage happens between two families. But in cities, friends have become the new family. So for a marriage to work, it is imperative that your friends like the new person in your life and vice versa” said the director. Titu is a ludicrous guy who would cry when his girlfriend is upset as he checked her Tinder account without seeking her permission! He needs a Sonu who would shower some sanity to him that “while you are in a live-in relationship with someone, you should not have Tinder”. Sonu goes to the extreme extent of breaking the marriage of Titu with Sweety as she is a dominating and clever minded gold-digger.
Even a Sanskari (cultured) Baapu (Father) knows Your Uber-Cool Dude Lingo
Ok, hold your breath! Have you ever imagined our own Saanskari Baapu mouthing the cuss words? Alok Nath as Ghasitaram walks with his head high totally absorbing into an uber-cool dude avatar. He is the owner of a chain of a sweet shop who at his 70’s is enjoying just like a teenager. He accompanies his grandson to his “Bachelor Party” in Amsterdam. He enters the pubs and drinks like a Pro! He even helps Sonu in breaking the marriage. Man! How beautifully he utters those cuss words numerous times – that’s one of the remarkable reasons to enjoy the movie.
Men Vs Women – The Forever Battle
A new genre of movies has emerged with this fourth movie of Luv Ranjan and that can be called “battle of the sexes”. This eternal fight between men and women has always remained but Luv Ranjan has made it humorous. Keep the feminism or misogyny terms away for some time and just absorb the intensely playful drama. Who wins is not so important because in the end, your enjoyment would win.
A Commendable Supporting Cast
This movie has given space to the supporting cast too well. With actors of admirable talent like Ayesha Raza, Virendra Saxena, Alok Nath, Pawan Chopra, Pritam Jaiswal (the obedient servant Babu), and Deepika Amin playing the family, you won’t have any room for complaint. You would instantly feel like being a part of this crazy family!
The Peppy Songs and Sexy Dance Steps – Ok Your Next Wedding Party is Sorted!
Ok so, Honey Singh is back! A while ago, a Honey Singh rap was must for every Bollywood movie. He has made a comeback with two songs here that would play in the pubs. The 90’s hit “Dil Chori” and a rendition of “Tote Tote” as “Chhote Chhote Peg” would give you a nostalgic call for sure. Apart from that “Lakk tera hit”, “Bom Diggy Diggy” are those peppy numbers that you must have on your list for rocking house parties. Watch the steps to repeat in the next wedding function.
Entertainment, Entertainment, Entertainment & This is Pure Entertainment
As told by Vidya Balan in The Dirty Picture, “Filmein sirf teen cheezo ke wajah se chalti hai … entertainment, entertainment, entertainment … aur main entertainment hoon”. Yes, we all agree to that Films do well only because of those 3 reasons … and this film is all about entertainment. “EK baat batau, Dosti aur Ladki mein hamesha ladki jeet ti hai” , “Maan gaya ladki ko, Chanakya ki maa hai ye aurat”, “Aisi family maine last time Hum Aapke Hai Koun mein dekhi thi 1996 mein” – these are some famous one-liners to pump you up for an enjoyable ride.
Go and enjoy this funny comic caper with your best buddies!