Abhinav Tyagi aka Chintu Tyagi (Kartik Aryaan) is a government employee in Kanpur who marries an ambitious teacher, Vedika (Bhumi Pednekar) after their parents set them up. Both of them seems to be enjoying their time together until Tapasya Singh (Ananya Pandey) walks in to add some Spicy Tadka in Chintu Tyagi’s life. After meeting Tapasya, Chintu is completely smitten by her charm and wants to spend as much time possible with her. Tapasya is from Delhi, looking for land in Kanpur where she can set up a workshop for her boutique. Chintu sense her hesitant to be friendly with him because of his marital status, he thus decides to invite drama in his life. Sadly a big chaos takes place.Kartik Aryaan is his charming self in the film and fun to watch. Once again he is back with his monologue but for a change this time it’s not about girls and love but about the struggles of middle-class men.By now, we can proudly say Bhumi is one such actor who can flawlessly get in any characters sleeve and rock it. As Vedika, she is feisty and flaunting her glam look. Being a teacher, she has her own admirer who thinks she is just like Kareena Kapoor.Ananya Pandey is her glamorous self in the movie and quite confident from her first film, SOTY 2.Aparshakti Khurrana has the Shakti to make you role in your seats with laughter. Playing the role of Chintu’s friends, he is both caring and troublesome. Having Kartik and Aparshakti, together on screen again is fun. Aparshakti stole the whole film.Sunny Singh has a small yet satisfactory role and is a charm himself. He is playing the role of Vedika’s ex-boyfriend who helps Vedika getting her Pati back on track.
We all know Pati Patni Aur Woh is a remake of 1978 same name film and we all know the story and everything that comes in between but still, director Mudassar Aziz has done a great job with one-liners, adding the local flavours of Kanpur and comic timings that’ll keep you hooked to your seats. Pati Patni Aur Woh is a fun entertainer for your weekend.
For me, it’s 3.5 stars.