Tu Jhoothi Main Makkar, directed by Luv Ranjan, is a romantic comedy that falls flat on its face due to its weak script, bad dialogues, and misplaced songs. The film stars Ranbir Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor in lead roles, with Anubhav Singh Bassi in a supporting role.
The film follows the story of Micky (Ranbir Kapoor), the heir to a Delhi-based business empire, and Tinny (Shraddha Kapoor), a girl who aspires to lead an independent life. Micky falls for Tinny, but their lack of communication and trust cause problems in their relationship.
The film drags on for the first two hours, with the only saving grace being Ranbir Kapoor’s decent performance. The rest of the cast either has bad lines or overacts, with Shraddha Kapoor being particularly terrible in emotional scenes. Anubhav Singh Bassi needs to work on his acting skills, and his bromance with Kapoor falls flat.
The film’s privileged and unrelatable characters and their unlimited money only make the film more boring. The songs are misplaced, and the dialogues are basic at best. The film’s solution in the last part is superficial and elitist.
The last 20 minutes offer some enjoyment with witty dialogues, slapstick comedy, and an airport scene, but it’s too little too late. Tinny’s attempt at independence is not painted in a villainous light, but it’s presented as less attractive than Micky’s desire to live with his rich family after marriage.
Overall, Tu Jhoothi Main Makkar is a forgettable film that fails to impress with its weak script and misplaced elements.