Luka Chuppi is a 2019 Indian Hindi-Language romantic comedy film directed by Laxman Utekar. Produced by Dinesh Vijan under Maddock Films, it stars Kartik Aaryan and Kriti Sanon. The film tells the story of a television reporter who cohabits with his headstrong intern. Chaos starts when their traditional families assume them to be married to each other.
The story proceeds as follows:
Guddu (Kartik) and Rashmi (Kriti) meet and fall in love when Rashmi is interning at the cable news channel in Mathura where he is the star reporter. He proposes marriage, but she thinks they should live together to gauge their compatibility before making the decision.
The idea seems fair, except that Rashmi’s dad is a right-wing politician committed to ‘Protecting Indian Culture’. His rules are solely against live-in relationships before marriage.
Guddu and Rashmi are travel to Gwalior for a work assignment, where they rent a flat in order to get a taste of what spending their lives together might feel like.
Much of the film’s drama revolves around the misunderstanding that the society has about the couple’s marriage when they’re actually not. For reasons that never feel convincing or entirely adaptable, they make repeated attempts to sneak off and really get married.
Guddu and Rashmi share a house in Gwalior and manage to convince a relative about their marriage. The attempt backfires on them when Guddu’s relative Babulal (Pankaj Tripathi) shows up in Gwalior and then understands the goofy story behind Guddu’s marriage.
Guddu and Rashmi return back to Mathura as husband and wife. Vishnu reluctantly gives his blessings, but the couple’s real struggle begins as they try to convert their sham marriage into a real one.
Through the character of Rashmi’s father Vishnu Trivedi (Vinay Pathak), who has fashioned himself as a guardian of Mathura’s morality, the film goes on and on about live-in relationships and how they’re against our culture.
The film tries to bring to the attention that live-in relationships can be adopted by the society inorder to understand the compatibility and also break various stereotypes.
The best part about the movie is its songs..
Check out these songs if you haven’t
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My personal favourites are Photo and Duniyaa
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