|Name of Movie||Guest Iin London|
|Critics Rating||★ ★ ★ ★ ★|
|Star cast||Kartik Aaryan, Paresh Rawal, Kriti Kharbanda, Tanvi Azmi|
|Duration||2 hours 12 Minutes|
|Date Released||7 July 2017|
PLOT:- Guest iin London is the story of a loving couple living in London, they live peacefully until something happens. Aryan’s uncle and aunt whom he doesn’t even recognize come to meet him. They introduce themselves stating that they belong from his parent’s village. The two bin bulaye mehmaan start living with them and make their lives difficult. They put their rural ideologies in one of the modern cities, that bring a chaos in Aryan and his wife’s life. They don’t want the guest in their home, but can’t ask them to leave too.
REVIEW: – This movie has a ditto storyline as of 2010 movie ‘Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge’. Unexpected guests, troubles they create, their over-friendliness with neighbours and at last a lifetime teaching for the couple. A new face of Karthik Aryan and Kriti Kharbanda just didn’t work for the movie. The only good part in the movie is the presence of Paresh Rawal aka Ganga Chacha, however, he is not as good as he was in the first installment, but still, the actor carries the movie forward alone on his shoulders.
Actor Karthik Aryan looks cute and is perfect with his comic punches, and actress Kriti Kharbanda, who was last seen in ‘Raaz: Reboot’ looked beautiful in this movie but failed to impress with her performance, and at instances, was seen overacting.
Paresh Rawal, undoubtedly steals the show and makes the audiences laugh, however at times his acts become way too irritating, and that’s not his fault but the fault of the script. When the first movie ‘Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge’ came, it had a new subject and that’s why it worked but in ‘Guest iin London’ the storyline tends to fail as it is almost on the same lines except for that this time the story is set in London. To make it more entertaining, the director has put India-Pakistan angle, in the movie which could have worked but unfortunately doesn’t. There is toilet humour in the movie, Paresh Rawal always farts, it could have fun but he does it every time, and says, ‘parents fart is blessings to children’.
There is toilet humour in the movie, where Paresh Rawal is always seen farting around and covering it up by stating that, “parents farts are blessings to children”.
Discussing the direction of the movie will be useless as the script was weak and direction just couldn’t make it work.
WHY TO WATCH:- The only reason to watch this movie is Paresh Rawal as his comic timing is epic in the movie.