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Satyaprem Ki Katha Movie Review: A Fresh Approach To Bollywood Romance But Slightly Weak

Satyaprem Ki katha Review Good but weak screenplay
Satyaprem Ki Katha

After a huge buzz over Kartik Aryan and Kiara Advani’s latest project, the film Satyaprem Ki Katha has finally been released in the theatres. Before the movie was released, it was expected that people’s wait for a typical Bollywood romantic movie will be over with this film. But, there is a twist!

Kartik Aaryan and Shikha Talsania, two Gujarati children of Gajraj Rao and Supriya Pathak. Kartik, often known as Sattu, is a mediocre man from a middle-class family who is concerned about not getting married. Even his parents are not concerned because he accomplishes nothing. He simply has to take care of household duties while at home. Due to their strong relationship, Satto and his father frequently argue.

Now, Kiara Advani, also known as Katha, who portrays a garba singer and comes from a wealthy business family in Ahmedabad, enters the scene. She has no limitations and can do whatever she wants. Sattu was already completely enamoured with her. With the assistance of Sattu’s father, the two now reconnected. Relationships and even marriage are mentioned, but was Katha’s life simple? It is claimed that if your family is by your side, you can handle any difficulty, therefore what could be better in this circumstance than having your life partner by your side?

Positive Things About Satyaprem Ki Katha

A powerful and captivating second half

Gujju Ben’s portrayal of Gajraj Rao is charming, and his lines are essential to Effortless Supriya Pathak’s story.

The Father-son bond between Gajraj Rao and Kartik Aryan.

One-liners and powerful punches.

Kartik’s monologue and Kiara’s boyfriend’s beating scene.

Negative Things About The Movie

Poor Screenplay- The movie has unnecessarily stretched a few scenes which makes people feel bored. At many points, the film loses people’s attention due to the long-overstretched scenes.

Songs- A romantic love story deserves some good songs that are required to be well-placed in the movie. However, except for Gujju Pataka and Aaj Ke Baad, nothing stands out.

Global Music Times Rates It-

3/5 *

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