Plan A Plan B Movie Review: Riteish Deshmukh and Tamannaah Bhatia’s on-screen chemistry is the only good thing about this romantic comedy

Director: Shashanka Ghosh

Plan A Plan B (2022) Cast:

Riteish Deshmukh, Tamannaah Bhatia, Bidita Bag, Poonam Dhillon, Kusha Kapila, Raghav Aggarwal, Pooja Singh, Dilshad Patel, Heli Vyas, Prithviraj Sarnaik

Release Date:

Plan A Plan B was released on Netflix on 30th September 2022.

Plan A Plan B (2022) Review: Story, Performances & Analysis

The story of "Plan A Plan B" revolves around Nirali Vora (played by Tamannaah Bhatia), a matchmaker who takes over her mother Kiran's (Poonam Dhillon) matchmaking business. Nirali's office is situated next to Kaustubh Chougule (Riteish Deshmukh), a divorce lawyer, and the two end up having a rocky introduction, leading to fights every time they cross paths.

Meanwhile, Kaustubh's wife Runjhun (Bidita Bag) is trying to finalize their divorce, but due to some complications, Kaustubh is unable to close the case. As the story progresses, we see the unlikely attraction between Nirali and Kaustubh, even as they continue to fight and bicker.

The film boasts good performances from its lead cast, particularly Riteish Deshmukh and Tamannaah Bhatia, who have great on-screen chemistry. Poonam Dhillon and Kusha Kapila also provide good support in their respective roles.

However, the film suffers from weak writing and sloppy execution, resulting in a few logicless scenes and missed opportunities for twists. The reasons for Kaustubh's divorce from Runjhun and his growing attraction towards Nirali are not very convincing, and the climax is predictable.

Director Shashanka Ghosh, known for his previous commercial hits like "Khoobsurat" and "Veere Di Wedding," falls short of expectations with "Plan A Plan B."

In conclusion, "Plan A Plan B" has its moments, but ultimately, it is a mediocre romantic comedy with a predictable storyline. The chemistry between the lead pair is the film's biggest highlight, but it fails to make up for its weak writing and execution.


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