Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety:

The Pyar ka panchnama bukhar is famous for the conflicts boys and girls have in relationships. It is obvious that youth will enjoy the accuracy of these movies, especially because the movies portray the truth behind the scenes, making the movie hilarious and ridiculous. The homour is definitely not subtle, and it is on the face kind of humour, which makes one laugh at gun point. But then, there’s entertainment in crap that is occasionally sold, isn’t there? Pyar ka panchnama series became famous because men and women became significant because of the different lights which were focused on both the generations, making it a comedy, and a tragedy, but you are bound to laugh at the doom.

Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety runs on the same track. It’s the battle of the sexes in a new light, Titu is the sandwich fillet, and the characters Sonu and Sweety grill each other. Luv Ranjan arranges the plot in a way that the dialogues, ambience of marriage and the jokes, all blend into an amalgamation and get served on a platter to the audience. The way the friend and the bride fight, it reminds one of the supportive friend who stood by you, and the manipulative partner who you might have once dated.

Titu frequently falls in love, and Sonu is wary of women. The combination is deadly, two lame friends on a journey of rescuing the weak hearted Titu from the plotting and conniving Sweety. Sonu becomes determined to break off the arrange marriage settlement. There could be a hidden undercurrent of love between Sonu and Titu, or between Sonu and Sweety, but whatever the case, the audience laughs off at every joke.

There’s a strange kind of firm bashing against women, and the entire movie is controversial and subject to interpretation.