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Set in Mathura, Guddu (Kartik Aaryan) is a star correspondent in a neighborhood news channel. It’s all consuming, instant adoration for him when he goes over Rashmi (Kriti Sanon) who joins his work-place as an assistant. She is the little girl of a trying government official (Vinay Pathak) who additionally heads a culture security gathering. Before long, Rashmi likewise responds his sentiments. At the point when Guddi proposes Rashmi for marriage, the last persuades him about the delight of being in a live-in relationship. The lovebirds lease a spot in Gwalior.
When one of their intrusive neighbors there endeavor to brush off their feign, Rashmi and Guddi counterfeit their marriage which takes a comical divert after an unexpected visit from Guddu’s people. While the topic of live seeing someone has been recently investigated in movies like Salaam Namaste and Shuddh Desi Romance, chief Laxman Utekar acquires his own novel interpretation of it without being long winded about it. He ties together a socially significant message with strings of blustery funniness and lovely exhibitions. The wry parody works in the film’s support.
Kartik Aaryan is simple on the eyes and his youngster like appeal will charm the women. Kriti Sanon conveys her community young lady act with a blast. The team share a charming science on the extra large screen. Aparshakti Khurrana is adorable as Kartik’s mate in the film. Pankaj Tripathi as the shabby, conning brother by marriage gives you a lot of ‘ha-ha’ minutes with his noisy, emotional act. Vinay Pathak is powerful as Trivedi.
Luka Chuppi is a cheerful film which abandons you with a grin all over. It doesn’t affront your knowledge and inconspicuously brings a relevant issue up in the present occasions.