Satya Prem Ki Katha Review: Kartik Aaryan & Kiara Advani’s on-screen chemistry is a treat to watch

Satyaprem Ki Katha Review:

Director: Sameer Vidwans

Satya Prem Ki Katha Cast:

Kartik Aaryan, Kiara Advani, Gajraj Rao, Supriya Pathak, Shikha Talsania, Siddharth Randeria,  Anuradha Patel, Rajpal Yadav, Maira Doshi, Palash Tiwari, Arjun Aneja

Release Date:

The romantic drama film was released in theatres on 29th June 2023.

Satyaprem Ki Katha (2023) Review: Story

The story of Satyaprem Ki Katha revolves around Satyaprem, also known as Sattu (played by Kartik Aaryan), who single-handedly manages household chores. He often clashes with his mother, Diwali (Supriya Pathak), and his sister, Sejal (Shikha Talsania), due to his failure in a law exam. Satyaprem confides in his father, Narayan (Gajraj Rao), that the only reason he has a social media account is because of Katha (Kiara Advani), whom he met during an event and learned that she has a boyfriend named Tapan (Arjun Aneja).

Despite the obstacles, Satyaprem refuses to give up and continues to pursue Katha. When Katha attempts suicide, Satyaprem comes to her rescue. Katha's parents, Harikishen (Siddharth Randeria) and Rasna (Anuradha Patel), visit Satyaprem's house to arrange their marriage. Although Katha is uninterested in the proposal, her father leaves her with no other choice. The reasons behind Katha's suicide attempt and whether she will be able to develop feelings for Satyaprem are explored in the film.

One of the reasons why audiences are loving this film is the magnificent on-screen chemistry between Kartik Aaryan and Kiara Advani. The romantic and emotional scenes between them serve as major highlights of this romantic drama.

Kartik Aaryan delivers a captivating performance as the innocent, loving, and caring Satyaprem. His attempts to impress Katha, his unwavering support for his wife during difficult times, and his bond with his father Narayan will undoubtedly make viewers fall for him again and again.

Although Kartik Aaryan had a successful streak with back-to-back hits like 'Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2' and 'Freddy' last year, the beginning of this year didn't fare well with 'Shehzada'. He made a cameo appearance in 'Tu Jhoothi Main Makkaar'.

Kiara Advani shines as Katha, delivering a stunning performance that showcases her acting brilliance. It is evident that she has the potential to excel even further if given more challenging characters. Gajraj Rao convincingly portrays Satyaprem's father, Narayan.

Supriya Pathak as Sattu's mother Diwali, Siddharth Randeria as Katha's father Harikishen, and Shikha Talsania as Sejal, Sattu's sister, provide commendable support to the film.

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The editing by Charu Shree Roy falls short, as the second half feels a bit stretched, extending the film by an additional 15-20 minutes. However, Karan Shrikant Sharma's writing and Ayananka Bose's cinematography leave a positive impression. Apart from Manan Bhardwaj's "Aaj Ke Baad," the other songs fail to leave a mark.

Director Sameer Vidwans's attempt to deliver brilliant storytelling and convey a message to society about the importance of a girl's consent deserves appreciation.

Final Words:

The on-screen chemistry between Kartik Aaryan and Kiara Advani, Sameer Vidwans's storytelling, and Karan Shrikant Sharma's writing make the romantic drama film 'Satyaprem Ki Katha' a must-watch.


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