Satyaprem ki katha movie review,casts collections

Satyaprem ki katha ,The latest family drama featuring Kartik Aaryan and Kiara Advani attempts to be bold while playing it safe, hoping that viewers will accept its audacious elements if they are packaged in a vibrant red-and-yellow palette, showcasing Gujarati culture with dandiya dances, and peppering the dialogue with familiar phrases like 'kem chos' and 'maaja maas'. However, the result is Satyaprem Ki Katha, which tries to cater to everyone with its modern-traditional vibe but ends up being neither here nor there. Furthermore, the film bombards our senses with loud background music because apparently, low volume is unheard of.


Satyaprem ki katha movie review

Satyaprem, also known as Sattu (played by Kartik Aaryan), is a well-meaning but unemployed LLB dropout who falls head over heels for the beautiful Katha (played by Kiara Advani) as they dance together during Navratris. However, it turns out that Katha is not as interested in Sattu as he is in her. Sattu tries to emphasize the importance of supportive side characters while clumsily attempting to support the woman of his dreams. But the plot, with its excessive focus on tackling patriarchy and championing independent women, prevents them from being apart.


In their journey towards togetherness, Sattu and Katha encounter several obstacles that could have added depth to their love story. We witness wives choosing not to share beds with their husbands (gasp) and being nonchalant about it. We also confront the idea that a wife may never experience conjugal happiness with her husband (double gasp), and he should be okay with it. Yes, really.


Just as we begin to savor these unconventional aspects of the characters, including Gajraj Rao as Sattu's father, Supriya Pathak Shah as the working mother, and Shikha Talsania as the sharp-tongued sister, the film abruptly shifts its focus and bombards us with loud lectures on issues like consent, date rape, and post-traumatic grief. Somewhere beneath this overly dramatic and exaggerated plot lies a genuine story about two individuals dealing with their troubled pasts and striving for a harmonious present, but it gets lost amidst everything else the film throws at us.


The treatment of the film, which frequently veers towards melodrama, instantly dates it. The comedy element, provided by Rajpal Yadav, falls flat and borders on being distasteful. Close-ups linger for too long, and the explanatory dialogues strive for praise for their progressive stance. Yes, it is crucial for Bollywood to acknowledge that when a woman says no, she means no. However, perhaps the film could have been less overt in its approach. Subtle notes might have been far more effective. And no, the melodious strains of 'Pasoori,' which appear late in the film, do not salvage the situation.


Movie Casts: Kartik Aaryan, Kiara Advani, Gajraj Rao, Supriya Pathak Shah, Siddhrath Randeria, Shikha Talsania, Anuradha Patel, Rajpal Yadav


Director: Sameer Vidwaans





What is first day collection of satyaprem ki katha?

First day collection 9.0 cr approx (early estimates).


What is theater occupancy first day?

16.74% (early estimates).


Satyaprem ki katha Movie budget?

60 cr


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