The term of pati patni aur woh is not only in the industry but also in the society. BR Chopra, who has been called the King of Romance almost 40 years ago, was on the same topic as pati patni aur woh starring Sanjeev Kumar, Vidya Sinha and Ranjita. Mudassar Aziz has adapted the same theme in today’s environment and there is no doubt that he has also been successful in imparting moral knowledge along with entertainment.
Abhinav Tyagi aka Chintu Tyagi (Karthik Aryan), who grew up in Kanpur, has always been sharp and that is why he gets a good government post after topping the studies. Vedika (Bhoomi Pednekar) carries Chintu’s Orange Marriage, but he hangs on Babak and Bindas Vedika. Everything goes well for some time after marriage, but after some time Chintu’s life starts going through routine and boredom. Then comes Tapasya Singh (Ananya Pandey) amidst his daily monotony and Chintu’s life changes. Modern and beautiful austerities have come to find their boutique place in Kanpur. Chintu gets attract to austerity. The two close princes are Chintu’s friend Faheem Rizvi (Aparshakti Khurana). He tries to convince Chintu about marriage and worldliness, but before the Chintu wife finds any balance between Vedika and austerity, the situation gets out of you. There is a lot of drama and confusion in the story.
As a straight, upper caste man, I'm often disappointed at the lack of representation in cinema, given our historical oppression. Thankfully, we've Kartik bhaiya, who understands the nuances of male victimhood. Pati, Patni aur Woh moved me deeply. Review: https://t.co/0MJxAL9tJx
— Ankur Pathak (@aktalkies) December 5, 2019
The quality of director Mudassar Aziz’s direction is that the sequence of humor and entertainment that starts from the first scene lasts till the climax. Yes, he did take some time to develop the story. But after that the funny characters are seen flowing in the story. The dialogue and one liners of the film are very sharp. Kanpur’s backdrop makes the film interesting in terms of language and accent. Mudassar’s casting is also perfect and she adds strength to the story. Editing could be a bit crispy. Climax is fun. In the music of Tanishq Bagchi, the remix of Ankhi to Goliat is being like a lot. It is at the ninth position in Radio Mirchi’s list of Top Twenty.