Sanskriti Raksha Manch. Smells of too many familiar flavours, right? Kriti Sanon, whose father is the founder of the party and is an aggressive anti-live-in activist from Mathura, ends up falling in love with Kartik Aaryan, the city's most popular TV reporter. This follows with the two deciding to explore each other before marriage, but they definitely didn't see the troubles coming.
The film tries too hard but isn't as funny as it could've been. It has its moments of humour and dullness. Kriti and Kartik are good but Aparshakti Khurrana and Pankaj Tripathi are the real rockstars. Let’s see how the second half unfolds.