The narrative of Tini (Shraddha Kapoor) and Rahul (Ranbir Kapoor), who fall in love and eventually discover that they are incompatible, is told in the film. The story is an emotional roller coaster that deals with family values, young love, and coming of age.

The stunning beaches, attractive lead actors in a swimsuit, and foot-tapping youth hymn “Tere Pyaar Mein” are all included in the first part of the film. All of it is visually appealing yet pointless. The characters need to be sufficiently developed, which forces the audience to read between the lines, which feels laborious.

The film dramatically takes up in the second half and develops into a funny family comedy with a spectacular airport climax thanks to Kartik Aaryan’s fantastic cameo.


You spend most of the movie wondering whether Ranbir goes by Rohan, Mickey, or Jeetender. Both he and the starring lady have many names. Shraddha is Nisha and Tinny, and she or someone like her is best friends with Kinny.

The sons manage the family companies and serve as relationship experts and conduct a breakup service on the side. For those who require assistance in terminating relationships, they offer packages. Everything is amusing until Mickey’s knowledge comes back to haunt him.

A movie with such contrasting second halves has yet to be released recently. Imtiaz Ali’s Tamasha is recreated in the first half. The second becomes a Barjatya-Karan Johar and Priyadarshan story set in a Luv Ranjan world. The enemy here is not women. Mickey has a progressive mother, a helpful sister, and a stand-alone girlfriend. He’s the clingy, needy, chatty boyfriend.

In contrast to his usual patriarchal subject matter, Luv Ranjan shifts his attention to the dangers of contemporary relationships. When Ranbir Kapoor plays damaged people, he is at his most attractive. His deafening quiet says a lot. He handles frothy romanticism, overly talkative situations, and continuous monologues effectively. He may have spoken the most in a movie up to this point, and it’s fascinating to see how that changes his demeanor.

He looks fantastic with Shraddha, but their chemistry still needs improvement. On-screen this time, Shraddha appears unrestrained and lively. Hasleen Kaur and Dimple Kapadia are noticeable among the others. There is little Boney Kapoor does. Humour and heart are both there in Tu Jhoothi Main Makkaar. Given the time frame, character development could be improved.

Rating – Two out of five stars.

Luv Ranjan tries to make Tu Jhoothi Main Makkaar the ideal movie for his audience, but he adds too much of everything. Luv Ranjan is the film’s director. Love Films and T-Series Films are the producers. Boney Kapoor, Dimple Kapadia, Anubhav Singh Bassi, Ranbir Kapoor, and Shraddha Kapoor are starring in it. On March 8, 2023, the movie went on a general release. Netflix will soon make it available for OTT streaming.

Written By : Indori Nerd

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