Read the Pati Patni Aur Woh Movie Reviews Starring Kartik Aaryan, Bhumi Pednekar, Ananya Panday.
Pati Patni Aur Woh Reviews
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Bollywood Hindi Movie Pati Patni Aur Woh Reviews and Ratings from Top Film Critics.
Director: Mudassar Aziz
Producer: Bhushan Kumar, Renu Ravi Chopra, Juno Chopra, Krishan Kumar
Writer: Mudassar Aziz (Based on the Book 'Pati Patni Aur Woh' by Kamleshwar)
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Release Date: 6 December 2019

Monika Rawal Kukreja | Hindustan Times: 3/5
Kartik Aaryan and Bhumi Pednekar put in credible performances in this funny but problematic film ... Full Review

Harshada Rege | Times of India: 3.5/5
Though the plot is known, the director manages to keep you invested throughout. Though this is a remake of the Sanjeev Kumar-starrer, the treatment given to it is such that it is relevant even to the viewers today ... Full Review

Shubra Gupta | The Indian Express: 2/5
No laughing matter. If only this new triangle had made more of Vedika’s spunk, and Tapasya’s spirit, it would have been a much more interesting take on contemporary marriages and mores ... Full Review

Shilajit Mitra | The New Indian Express: 2/5
Kartik Aryan’s film doesn’t rise beyond sleaze. But worst of all, it’s sad to have Bhumi caught in their midst — a progressive actor swimming through a year of weird choices ... Full Review

Rohit Vats | News18: 3.5/5
At 126 minutes, Pati, Patni Aur Woh is an easy-breezy watch, provided you don’t take it as the final word on relationships. It’s really funny to see the chaos in Chintu Tyagi’s life. Don’t be judgmental though! ... Full Review

Saibal Chatterjee | NDTV: 3/5
Yet, this is a passable substitute for the real thing, which was far livelier and wittier ... Full Review

Bollywood Hungama: 3.5/5
PATI PATNI AUR WOH is a fun filled entertainer which is also quite progressive in many ways ... Full Review

Umesh Punwani | Koimoi: 3/5
To fill in fun despite dodging the ghosts of predictability is the sweet spot hit by this modernised version of Sanjeev Kumar's 1978 version ... Full Review

Namrata Joshi | The Hindu: 3/5
Mudassar Aziz updates the BR Chopra original of 1978 to the present times, if not entirely successfully, at least with some amount of nattiness for sure ... Full Review

Sukanya Verma | Rediff: 2/5
Pati Patni Aur Woh can't decide whether it wants to be the climax of a Priyadarshan comedy or give the cad a dose of his own medicine brand of cheeky payback ... Full Review

Anna MM Vetticad | FirstPost: 2.5/5
Love triangle from 1978 is painted in fresh colours but remains unchanged in spirit ... Full Review

Jyoti Kanyal | India Today: 3/5
Mudassar Aziz's Pati Patni Aur Woh is a fun and entertaining watch and should not be missed to erase all the bad memories created by the original one released in 1978 ... Full Review

Uday Bhatia | Live Mint: 3/5
The best thing about 'Pati Patni Aur Woh' is Aziz's ear for comic dialogue ... Full Review

Nandini Ramnath | Scroll: 3/5
The remake, written and directed by Mudassar Aziz, has updated the original’s severely dated sexual politics and questionable morality in ways that, while not quite wholly daring or satisfactory, at least display some mental effort ... Full Review

Suparna Sharma | Deccan Chronicle: 2.5/5
A rather dull remake of a lewd affair ... Full Review

Mayank Shekhar | Mid-Day: 1.5/5
Basically a whole lot of random desi-lad humour, in what's essentially a naughty-uncle comedy about the wife, and woh (the other woman). Couldn't find anything funny here. Surely this sort of stuff has an audience. Hope the film finds it then ... Full Review

Devesh Sharma | Filmfare: 3.5/5
Kartik Aaryan is the king of monologues and gets two here. He's as charming and as affable as ever and his Everyman act is just what the doctor ordered ... Full Review

Anupama Chopra | Film Companion: 3/5
Fun, But Too Lightweight And Low IQ To Carry Complex Ideas. Writer-director Mudassar Aziz attempts to deliver a remake that is lively, funny and at least superficially, progressive – he doesn’t always succeed but there is fun to be had here ... Full Review

Prathyush Parasuraman | Film Companion: 2/5
A Movie That Is As Boring As It Is Unnecessary. Kartik Aaryan’s impotent rage in the face of Bhumi Pednekar and Aparkshakti Khurana’ s screen presence finds companionship in Ananya Pandey’s robotic non-presence. What could have been funny falls flat ... Full Review

Rajeev Masand | Book My Show: 3/5
In a very roundabout, over-simplistic way, the film is actually progressive. Thank you for small mercies. Plenty laughs are guaranteed ... Full Review

Jyoti Dwivedi, Rajiv Ranjan | Live Hindustan: 3.5/5
‘पति पत्नी और वो’ कार्तिक आर्यन के फैंस के लिए मस्ट वॉट फिल्म है। जो लोग बॉलीवुड मसाला फिल्म देखना पसंद करते हैं वे देख सकते हैं। ... Full Review

Parag Chaphekar | Jagran: 4/5
यह फिल्म उनके लिए मनोरंजन के साथ-साथ एक सबक भी साबित होगी कि अंततः आपका जीवन साथी आपके जीवन में सबसे महत्वपूर्ण है।मस्ती के साथ मोरल कितना जरूरी है, यही फिल्म में दर्शाया गया है। ... Full Review

IANS | Sify: 3/5
Reboot with a twist. Pati Patni Aur Woh works well as a one-time watch. ... Full Review

Madhuri | Filmi Beat: 3.5/5
Kartik Aaryan impresses as the quintessential middle-class man who tries to sink his teeth into the forbidden fruit, only to invite trouble in his life. This time too, he gets a chance to floor us with his monologue ... Full Review

Sonal Pandya | Cinestaan: 3.5/5
Pati Patni Aur Woh is a lighter take on extramarital affairs and infidelity. Don't go in expecting heavy-duty drama about marriage and relationships; this reboot is both entertaining and colourful. Nothing more, nothing less ... Full Review

Mahwash Ajaz | Masala: 2.5/5
If you're into a serious conversation about what kind of misogyny bar is being set in Bollywood with films like De De Pyaar De and Housefull 4, watch Stree instead. If you're just looking to pass some time, go watch Pati Patni aur Woh ... Full Review

Sonal Gera | India TV: 3/5
Do not watch 'Pati Patni Aur Woh' if you expect a 2019- and feminist- version of the 1978 OG film. Watch it, instead, to see Kartik Aaryan do his thing, for Aparshakti Khurana's superlative performance, and for some genuinely funny moments ... Full Review

Economic Times: 3.5/5
Stays funny & politically correct despite odd moments of melodrama. Known for his monologues, Aaryan this time talks about the rut that middle-class men get caught in ... Full Review

Vishal Verma | Glamsham: 4/5
Out rightly funny & winningly emotional ... Full Review

Ankur Pathak | The Huffington Post: 1/5
The success of a movie tells a lot about people watching that cinema than it does about those making it. And India, as we know, loves to hate its women ... Full Review

Samira Sood, Madhavi Pothukuchi | The Print: 1.5/5
Boring, unfunny script caters to the male ego. Pati Patni Aur Woh is the most underwhelming version of everything you’d expect ... Full Review

R.M. Vijayakar | India West: 2.5/5
Wafer-Thin Story Crumbles Into Mediocrity ... Full Review

Russel D'Silva | Bollywood Life: 3/5
Pati Patni Aur Woh is a lighthearted, breezy affair that intermittently tickles your funny bone, but had the potential to be a real laugh riot ... Full Review

Vaibhavi V Risbood | PinkVilla: 3.5/5
Pati Patni Aur Woh is surely a must-watch for all fans of Kartik and Bollywood masala-film lovers. It offers a cinematic experience of a guilty pleasure banking on humour to say if men will be men, women are the weaker sex. Don’t try to judge the film on the values and message for the society; enjoy it with popcorn and soda! ... Full Review

Ajit Duara | Open Magazine: 3/5
This movie is a hoot, and keeps you entertained, and amused, through most of its duration ... Full Review

Poulomi Das | Arre: 2/5
The biggest takeaway of Pati Patni Aur Woh is that director Mudassar Aziz has a worse understanding of the relationship between man and woman than Luv Ranjan. Bhumi Pednekar is the only bright spark of this supremely pointless outing, but even she loses interest in the proceedings midway ... Full Review

Mashable: 0.5/5
Pati Patni Aur Woh (or patriarchal values reinforced) is a funny film to watch if you plan on going back to the 70s where women were wronged and objectified. Kartik Aaryan’s new excuse to go monologuing doesn’t just fail at playing patchwork to the 1978 film but, also manages to misuse Bhumi Pednekar and Ananya Panday’s characters in this piece of reworked regression ... Full Review

Meetu | Wogma: 2.5/5
When you are expecting the worst, the not-bad feels decent, and the possibly-bad gets the benefit of the doubt. That is the middle ground at which Pati Patni aur Woh manages to reach ... Full Review