Pati Patni Aur Woh Movie Review – Zamana Ablao Ka Nahi Kultao Ka Hai!

Pati Patni Aur Woh Movie Review
Pati Patni Aur Woh Movie Review

Pati Patni Aur Woh Movie Review

Anyone remember those days when Govinda was the heartthrob of young hearts in India, and movies like Sajan Chale Sasural were among the best commercial entertainers of the year. Regardless of your answer, let us help you picture you how it would have been at that time with this Pati Patni Aur Woh Movie Review.

The relation between husband and wife has always been a matter of a great deal, and with a majority of the population in India being married, there couldn’t have been a perfect time for the release of Pati Patni Aur Woh Movie. When you plan to go and watch this movie, see the vibe in the theater – married couples all around, you will seem to be teasing the singles…

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Well, coming to the Pati Patni Aur Woh Movie Review, all we can say is you should go and watch the film for the following reason –

The two actresses in the film, Bhumi Pednekar & Ananya Panday, are the primary reasons. The impeccable acting skills from these two beautiful is something we would certainly suggest not to waste.
Also, this is the commercial entertainer, so your money is not going to be wasted.
A special mention for Aparshakti Khuranna. Although Kartik Aryan is also good, his character was somewhere similar to what he has played in the past. Sunny Singh, in his cameo, did something new – the Dabangg-kinda role.

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But Apar Bhai did prove that the Khurranas is a real powerhouse of talent. For the same reason, we want to see him in a lead role, enough of those side roles.
There is one more important thing that we would like to point out via our Pati Patni Aur Who movie review – females have that power of turning the tide in their favor at any point, and this movie describes this [point with a great plot twist in the second half.
Don’t miss to enjoy the line by Bhumi – Zamana ablao ka nahi Kultao ka hai!

By the 1st half, things were just okayish –

It was the second half that the movie took us by surprise. To all that we were expecting a usual kinda story, an expected twist and turn came in the next half. We don’t appreciate talking about any spoilers in our movie reviews; ergo, we would suggest you go and watch the movie.

Also, if you are a fan of Kartik’s monologue from his previous, then you won’t be surprised because it is there. And has very less impact, I don’t know why but it had less impact, maybe it was delivered with a conviction as performed in his past movies.

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After the movie ended, this is what we said –

The movie is certainly not a miss if you married in the past few years. Go ahead and watch this beauty either with your PATI PATNI AUR WOH!

In case you have missed the trailer, here it is –

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