Set In London, the film rotates around Aryan (Kartik Aaryan) and Anaya (Kriti Kharbanda) who choose to go into a sham marriage for their individual personal stakes. Thump, thump! Who is there? Visitors! Visitors who?Uninvited ones as an elderly man named Gangasharan Gandothra (Paresh Rawal) and his devoted spouse Guddi (Tanvi Azmi).
Before long, Aryan and Anaya enter wedlock with the gifts of Mr and Mrs Gandothra taken after by some ‘pyaar toh hona hello there tha’ between our lead combine. Be that as it may, life’s not a heaven and these atithis rapidly transform into a genuine annoyance for the recently wedded couple. Mission ‘atithi tum kab jaoge’ actuated however, will it be all so natural?
Kartik Aaryan and Kriti Kharbanda look confused in the film simply like us, the gathering of people. Their sentiment is as thanda as the Arctic circles.
It disheartens to watch acting stelwarts like Paresh Rawal and Tanvi Azmi in such an ineffectively set-up film. Sanjai Mishra is passeable.
Last however not the slightest, Ajay Devgn’s cameo went with some poor CGI will make you laugh for all the wrong reasons. You feel the man has recently strolled into the film from the arrangements of Vimal Pan Masala advertisement and might welcome you with that particular ‘do boond zindagi ke’ hand motion!
More or less, keeping this film at an a safe distance is the savvies thing to do!