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“Tu Jhoothi Main Makkaar” Review: A Sharp and Entertaining Romantic Comedy with a Contemporary Twist


The romantic comedy film “Tu Jhoothi Main Makkaar” follows the love story of Mickey and Tinni, two young and modern individuals. Mickey, played by Ranbir Kapoor, is a successful businessman in Delhi who also secretly helps people break up without being seen as villains. On a bachelor trip to Spain with his best friend and his friend’s girlfriend, Mickey meets Tinni, played by Shraddha Kapoor. Although Tinni initially only wants a fling with Mickey, she eventually falls for him too, and they begin a serious romantic relationship.

When Mickey introduces Tinni to his family and plans to marry her, problems arise that threaten their relationship. The film tackles important issues faced by today’s youth while still providing an entertaining and contemporary love story. The screenplay, written by Luv Ranjan and Rahul Mody, is sharp and funny, with some never-before-seen moments that will leave viewers stunned.

Luv Ranjan’s direction is impressive, with a great balance of comedy and drama. The film starts strong with Mickey’s entrance, and while some scenes may be average, it picks up once Tinni enters the picture. The romance between Mickey and Tinni is cute and endearing, but it’s when Tinni meets Mickey’s family that the real drama begins. The intermission is exciting and promises a thrilling second half, which delivers with superb dramatic moments that are trademark Luv Ranjan.

Overall, “Tu Jhothi Main Makkaar” is a well-written and well-directed romantic comedy that will entertain audiences while also tackling important issues. The film’s sharp dialogues, one-liners, and monologue-style dialogues make a lasting impact, and the finale provides a hilarious and refreshing twist to the conventional airport scene.