Pati patni or woh 2019 review-Cast-Ratings and Trailer



Pati patni or woh 2019 review-Cast-Ratings and Trailer




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Releasing date 
06/ December/2019

Director

Mudassar Aziz

Producer

Bhushan Kumar, Juno Chopra

Short Story

Abhinav/Chintu Tyagi (Played By Kartik Aaryan) is a respectful child and according to his folks' desires, he finishes structural designing, finds an administration line of work in the PWD and gets hitched with Vedika (Played By Bhumi Pednekar) in an orchestrated marriage. In any case, he becomes hopelessly enamored with maturing business person Tapasya Singh (Played By Ananya Panday) in the wake of meeting her in his office. What occurs next is satire of mistakes, which is a chuckle revolt.


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Star Cast

Kartik Aaryan                          Abhinav "Chintu" Tyagi
Bhumi Pednekar                      Vedika Tyagi (née Tripathi)
Ananya Panday                        Tapasya Singh
Aparshakti Khurana                Fahim Rizvi
Manu Rishi Chadha                 Mukhtar Singh
Rajesh Sharma                         Prem Tripathi
K. K. Raina                              Arvind Tyagi
Navni Parihar                           Kusum Tyagi
Neeraj Sood                              Brijesh Kumar Pandey
Geeta Agarwal Sharma            Hemlata Tripathi
Shubham Kumar                       Rakesh Yadav
Sunny Singh                              Doga (special appearance)
Kriti Sanon                               Neha Khanna (special appearance)


Movie Budget

Budget
40.00 Crores  30 Cr  Production Cost+ 10 Cr Prints & Publicity
Screens
2500+ Screens Indian Theaters
Collection (In India)
84.56 Crore approx..  [Till 26th December, 2019]
Collection (In World Wide)
112.85 Crore approx..  [Till 26th December, 2019]
Collection (In Overseas)
12.20 Crore approx.    [Till 19th December, 2019]
Hit / Flop
Hit

Trailer


Full Movie Review


Any film that is titled Pati Patni aur Woh is essentially divulging the unadulterated truth. What amount of subtlety would you be able to anticipate from a satire about a hitched man who's carrying on an undertaking despite his significant other's good faith?


Kartik Aaryan is Chintu Tyagi, a PWD official in Kanpur, who falls for a lovely little youngster and lies about his better half to draw near to her. In the first movie of a similar name, coordinated by BR Chopra in 1978, Sanjeev Kumar played a man who starts an undertaking with his secretary in the wake of winning her compassion when he composes an anecdote about his better half having terminal malignant growth.

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That film took the position that men can't avoid being men; that monogamy simply isn't in their DNA. So significantly after the legend is stood up to by the two ladies, and guarantees never to stray again, that film finished with another secretary appearing and the saint feeling a crisp shiver in his crotch.

 Yet, the producers of the new film appear to perceive that they can't pull off taking a similar position today. So, repetitiveness and weariness are referred to as the explanations behind the man to stray. He's additionally not a player; for what it merits he's clumsy at the charming game, and shows up truly shamefaced when he's busted. Be that as it may, the most critical update in the revamp is giving the female characters more organization, never depicting them as 'lachaar' or 'bechari'.

Shipping the story from huge metros to the Lucknow-Kanpur belt in Uttar Pradesh offers essayist executive Mudassar Aziz a chance to carry surface and nearby flavour to the exchanges and the silliness, while likewise alluding to the sexual unrest occurring in community India.
The film's best acknowledged character is the 'patni', Vedika, a section than benefits significantly from Bhumi Pednekar's vivacious presentation. At her absolute first gathering with him, before they're hitched, Vedika talks truly to Chintu about her ex, about sex, and the way that she's 'settling' in consenting to wed him.

At the point when she moves from Lucknow to Kanpur after marriage, she's an accomplice to her better half in the genuine feeling of the word. She takes a showing employment, and urges him to point higher so they can move to a major city. Bhumi contributes Vedika with a lady of-the-world realness and insight. Refreshingly, there's no yelling acting when she learns of her significant other's unfaithfulness, or in any event, when she defies him.

Ananya Pandey does equity to the job of Tapasya, the large city young lady who gets the legend's extravagant. She's credulous and honest without being ditzy, and the movie producers give her character the regard of having a calling and aspiration.

In the saint's part, Kartik Aaryan wearing a thick mustache and Everyman clothing, mixes into the community environment. Harassed by his controlling dad who settled on each significant life choice for him, Chintu has developed into your exemplary Regular person. Kartik fills the role earnestly and opposes any impulse to showboat. Chintu is so vanilla, you need to think about what it is that draws in these ladies to him.

One of the film's triumphant exhibitions originates from Aparshakti Khurrana in the job of Chintu's closest companion Faheem Rizvi. The on-screen character is in dynamite structure, and the shameless discoursed move off his tongue as though he thought of them at the time. A word additionally for Shubham Kumar who is snapping in the job of Vedika's understudy and admirer Rakesh Yadav.

Pati Patni aur Woh is excessively slight and too short-sighted to even think about making any profound perceptions about marriage or friendship. Truth be told it uncovers antiquated ideas of what really establishes treachery. But at the same time the facts confirm that the film shines with humour and keenly coordinated discourse. A large portion of the climaxes are entertaining, and not at all like different movies of this classification the jokes aren't only your standard visual stifles of the duping spouse over and over verging on being gotten. Those stifles are there as well, however the sharp lines and spunky exhibitions habitually hoist even normal scenes.

I'm going with three out of five for Pati Patni aur Woh.In an indirect, over-short-sighted way, the movie is really dynamic. Much obliged to you for little leniencies. Bounty snickers are ensured.

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