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Luka Chuppi transl. Hide and seek is a Indian Hindi-language romantic comedy film directed by Laxman Utekar. Chaos ensues when their traditional families assume them to be married to each other. Principal photography for Luka Chuppi began in August and was completed the following month. The film starts with reporters asking film star Nazeem Khan if he is in a live-in relationship. When he replies he is, it causes a media uproar about how he is disrespecting India's culture and being a bad influence for the youth. The film shifts to the small town of Mathura, where Vishnu Trivedi, a failing politician wants a ban on live-in relationships because they are disgraceful and against India's conservative culture. His daughter Rashmi takes up an internship at a local news channel, and starts working with the channel's star reporter Vinod "Guddu" Kumar Shukla and his best friend, cameraman Abbas Sheikh. Guddu and Rashmi fall in love and Guddu proposes.
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In Luka Chuppi, Kartik Aaryan and Kriti Sanon dive into shallow waters, paddling furiously within the whirlpool of a feeble story. In the romantic comedy Shuddh Desi Romance, a young couple pretended to be siblings in order to disguise their cohabiting status. In Mathura, the guardians of morality are members of local political party Sanskriti Raksha Manch. The public enemy number one in the region is movie star Nazeem Khan Abhinav Shukla whose pro live-in stance is common knowledge. Posters of his blacked out face line the narrow streets. In this environment, where young couples are being harassed, local television reporter Guddu Shukla Kartik Aaryan meets intern Rashmi Kriti Sanon , who has recently returned completed a media course in Delhi. Guddu, the youngest of three sons, is at loggerheads with his two older brothers and Babulal Pankaj Tripathi , a lecherous member of the extended family. He manipulates a work assignment in a way that Guddu and Rashmi can now masquerade as a married couple and rent an apartment in Gwalior. This results in some comical situations with nosy, judgmental neighbours, loved-up scenes of playing house-house and finally, drama. When their pretense convinces the families and gets a stamp of approval, Guddu and Rashmi suddenly go from being defiant and deliriously happy to guilt-ridden and glum.