Pati Patni Aur Woh – Film Review- Supreme Talent On Display
Film : Pati Patni Aur Woh
Producer : Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Juno Chopra ,
Director : Mudassar Aziz
Cast : Kartik Aryan , Bhumi Pednekar, Ananya Pandey , AparShakti Khurrana
Rating : ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Stars
A remake of 1978’s classic B R Chopra’s Film #PatiPatniAurWoh breaks all the barriers and carves a niche for itself by taking an altogether modern take on relationships. There’s nothing new in the subject and no changes in the basic concept, so what is the takeaway ?
Certainly the Supremely Talented Trio ‘s Individuality and Happy Go Lucky Come Easy Go Easy approach to the whole plot makes it a case of fun filled mix and match romantic drama.
Kartik has that boy next door feel and has certain flair for subtle humour which is evident from his demeanour. Being hot favourite with young crowd will surely pull a string or two at the Box Office.
But he has to be careful because Kartik at some level as Chintu Tyagi tries to go overboard and starts hamming which results in his getting monotonous.
The real surprise package is in the form of fresh and raw talent in Ananya Pandey’s “WOH” character ( Tapasya ) which is indeed very pleasing to the eyes ! Her very presence makes the whole frame light up given her vulnerability and volatile expressions. She’s a Sure Shot Winner and has the makings of a Star Watch Her ! She’s sure to sway you with her incredible acting skills!!!!!
Bhumi Pednekar as Kartik’s wife Vedika Tyagi has developed that notch of confidence which lifts her character to a different level altogether. You could catch those moments of sadness, sorrow, angst and mischievous love pouring out from her eyes and body language. Hats off to Bhumi ✅ The way she has grown since her debut in “Dum Lagake Haisa “ , She’s never stopped surprising
Talented AparShakti Khurrana as Fahim Rizvi friend of Chintu Tyagi helps him in all his tricky situations and does his part as a trouble Shooter with perfect timing and with great aplomb
Director Mudassar Aziz succeeds in successfully adapting the earlier classic with a modern touch and twists with some witty one liners and balanced narrative. It is very well written with superb dialogues except for the second half towards the end as the story gets stretched and the plot drags.
Other wise camera work is of top kind with crisp editing which helps in holding the story line to flow in synch. Song , music and dance are passé except for the remix number ‘Ankhiyon Se Goli Marre ‘ which comes at the fag end with the title !
Finally it’s a pure, simple family drama Very Well Picturised & Executed.
Just Go & Watch & Enjoy the Trio perform to their mischievous Best 🤙