Chintu Tyagi is here to take you on a fun and entertaining ride with his craziness. The film that is a remake of the 1978 movie, is a modern take on the idea of infidelity. Keep scrolling to read the Pati Patni Aur Woh review.

The story of a government employee named Chintu Tyagi played by Karthik Aaryan is the perfect example of the guy next door who was an IIT topper and has only been in one relationship before getting married. While he is not over his 1.5 months long girlfriend he is asked by his father to get married to a beautiful and bold teacher named Vedhika played by Bhumi Pednekar. Both share a blissful phase and are very much in love until the merry phase fades and an unexpected guest makes an appearance in Chintu’s life. Tapasya Singh, played by Ananya Panday, is the Delhi fashionista who wishes to set up a leather boutique in Kanpur and Chintu is put in charge of helping her find an ideal place. Their search for the perfect place and casual flirting encourages him to bring in some spice in his life and gets into an extra-marital affair. The changes and turbulence brought into his life because of this are what make the film entertaining. Keep reading for the full Pati Patni Aur Woh review.

The movie is all about various situational comedy sequences that leave you giggling. Most of these laughs are an outcome of the conversation between Chintu and his childhood friend Fahim Rizvi played by Aparshakti Khurana, who at times creates troublesome situations for him and is also the one who aides his troubles. Aparshakti is one of the most notable and well-played characters in the film.

Kartik has portrayed the character of a man waiting for an opportunity to spice things up in his life and ends up creating trouble for himself. Don’t miss out on his monologue though! Bhumi, as usual, has played her best in bringing the character of the confident young physics teacher to life. Ananya has found her comfort in front of the camera after her debut in Student of the Year 2 and is the perfect blend of hot and cute. Director Mudassar Aziz who has a firm hold on romcoms with his past movies like ‘Happy Bhaag Jayegi’ (2016) and ‘Happy Phirr Bhaag Jayegi’ (2018) has delivered an entertaining new-age story again. With witty one-liners and situational comedy, this movie can be the perfect weekend watch.

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