Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Athiya Shetty’s unconventional story will leave you entertained. Check out the Motichoor Chaknachoor review by Social Ketchup here!

Marriage is a concept that’s as old as time and filmmakers have used this concept to entertain audiences and even create compelling stories. The concept is so moldable that it can be easily adapted across multiple genres. The latest film which uses marriage as a plot is Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Athiya Shetty starrer, Motichoor Chaknachoor. The Debamitra Biswal directorial is a rom-com, dramedy that shows the journey of an unconventional couple and their unconventional marriage. Here’s the full Motichoor Chaknachoor review, give it a read before you set your weekend plans.

 The movie has two lead characters, Pushpinder and Anita aka Ani played by Nawaz and Athiya respectively. Both, the characters have only one thing on their mind – marriage. Nawaz’s character who is now 36 years old, seeks companionship (emotional and physical) while all Athiya’s 25-year-old character is focused on, is finding a husband who is settled abroad. Random matches, bad rishtas and a lot of desperation lead to Pushpinder and Ani tying the knot. The unconventional couple jumps through many hoops of personal differences and societal norms before their marriage truly becomes a relationship. Nawazuddin and Athiya have gotten into the skin of their characters making them all the more believable and real. Athiya Shetty comes as a real surprise as she portrays the blunt and bindas girl. The dialogues and the unabashed tone to them are what make the screenplay engaging for the audience. The supporting cast is another plus for the film adding a layer of genuineness to the story and screenplay.
The movie while a fun watch is slightly slow-paced in parts. Motichoor Chaknachoor which is meant to be social satire brings out the less than acceptable conversations, thoughts and practices carried out in smaller cities. But the only hiccup is that never does the film or any of its characters outwardly challenge these.
The movie will certainly leave you with bouts of laughter. The on-screen couple is unconventional, the situations which lead to their marriage are unusual but Nawaz and Athiya make them work! Add Motichoor Chaknachoor to your weekend-watch list if you’re looking for some light-hearted fun.

Here’s Twitterati’s version of the Motichoor Chaknachoor review:

We recently caught up with Nawazuddin Siddiqui on #KetchupTalks and here’s what the actor had to say: