Guest Iin London(2017)
One Line Review: An uninvited and unwanted guest couple lands up at Aryan and Anaya’s place in London and creates so much of chaos in their life that they find no better way to get rid of them than throwing them away!
Negative Points: Except above mentioned two points, everything is appallingly awful in the film. Bad story, poor screenplay and immature direction will drown the film at the box office.
We live in a country where our guests are considered to be Gods a la 'Athithi Devo Bhava'. But, when the same guests extend their stay endlessly, they tend to become a pain. GUEST IIN LONDON is nothing but a cinematic version of this saying. The film starts off with the flashback of events which mirrors the entry of an elderly man named Gangasharan Gandothra (Paresh Rawal) and his dutiful wife Guddi (Tanvi Azmi) in the lives of Kartik (Kartik Aaryan) and Anaya (Kriti Kharbanda). Both, Kartik and Anaya are on the verge of getting married for their individual vested interests. While Kartik wants a permanent citizenship in UK, UK citizen Anaya is getting married to him for the sake of money.More »
Aryan (Kartik Aryan), who is on a work visa in the United Kingdom, decides to indulge in a sham marriage with NRI Anaya (Kriti Kharbanda) to get permanent citizenship, but has to contend with an irritating and unwanted guest (Paresh Rawal) and his wife (Tanvi Azmi) to allay the suspicions of a government officer (Sanjay Mishra) investigating the veracity of the marriage.More »
Aryan (Kartik Aaryan) is looking to get permanent citizenship in the UK and plans to fake-marry his girlfriend Anaya (Kriti Kharbanda) to get this done. At the same time, Chacha (Paresh Rawal) and Chachi (Tanvi Azmi) arrive in London to visit their faraway relative, which happens to be the hapless Aryan. Like Athithi Tum Kab Jaoge, the guests irritate the hosts with their super-intrusive ways. However, Aryan needs them to validate his fake marriage, so has to bear with them. But how much patience can someone have before they reach their tipping point? That's the question Aryan, or for the matter, the audience has to ask themselves.More »