It is the latest coming up Indian Bollywood comedy film under the direction of ‘Ashwni Dhir’. This movie deals with two people who love each other and want to be together but don’t want to get married, so they decide to go for a live-in relationship, something that is frowned upon and is a stigma in our Indian culture.. The comic rollercoaster sets off when an old Indian couple that claims to be a distant relative of the male protagonist comes to dwell with them turning their life into a living hell. Paresh Rawal like always is the show stealer. His unbeatable comic timing and an unyielding knack for humor will leave you rolling in the aisles. Besides, this the movie establishes the cultural differences between two ends of the world.
The story lines gawks on the undeniable disparity between the socio-cultural environment in which the west and east evolved. Nevertheless, one should realize that all these things are merely a psychological myth shadowing the only important thing that matters the most in our life true love and affection.
'Guest Iin London' is trapped amidst controversies, alleging it to be a sequel of ‘Atithii Kab Jaoge’. The movie has a promising trailer and Paresh Rawal is cherry on the cake. Kartik Aaryan, the actor revered for his ‘Pyaar ka Panchnama’ monologue, something every guy can resonates with (I am sure you made a Dubsmash video on it), is back with his charismatic persona.
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Guest in London sucks— Rehan akki (@discoverrehan) July 8, 2017
What the fuck, it's summer where are all the good summer movies? Guest in London? srsly Bollywood?— Najd Al Raiisi (@alraisi_najd) July 6, 2017
Movie review :Guest in London— Nayawala Einstein (@wimpy_genius) July 8, 2017
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Listen, you will faint if you watch Guest In London.— Nihit Bhave (@misterbistar) July 7, 2017
@theaaryankartik you killed it.....😘😘awesome movie Guest in London.....— Oshin Jain (@Oshin50599033) July 7, 2017
Just came back from guest in London's screening,its very good film,you should watch it.— AmitSingh (@amitsingh74801) July 6, 2017
Guest in London is a good film.— Shikhar (@TwoYankee07) July 6, 2017
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