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  • In sync with today’s time with a decisive edge coming from a surprise twist in character graph, this debate on the ‘who’ of woh’ finds solace in its pleasing humour wrapped in wining emotions and top-notch performance.

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  • ...is a fun filled entertainer which is also quite progressive in many ways.

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  • If you are looking for some good entertainment this weekend, this one could be a delightful watch.

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  • The witty dialogue, targeting everything from our current political situation, to our myths to Bollywood stars keep you in the splits.

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  • ...while it manages to update the betrayed spouse as vengeful partner keen on getting even, the other woman continues to be a dispensable accessory to the equation.

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  • The film starts off quick and fast, drops pace in the middle to again pick up speed later.

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  • In a very roundabout, over-simplistic way, the film is actually progressive. Thank you for small mercies. Plenty laughs are guaranteed.

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  • ...this movie is a hoot, and keeps you entertained, and amused, through most of its duration.

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  • The movie is refreshingly unsentimental and bereft of breast-beating, but fails to capitalise on its independent-spirited women...

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  • ...is funny, watchable and problematic at places, but who intends to learn a message or two from a film that trivializes an issue like infidelity and make it sound funny?

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  • ...Mudassar Aziz attempts to deliver a remake that is lively, funny and at least superficially, progressive – he doesn’t always succeed but there is fun to be had here.

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  • This iteration of Pati Patni Aur Woh manages to convey two truths: one, Bollywood's fictional heroines have evolved much faster than their male counterparts and two, film comedies that Mumbai churns out these days are no patch on the ones that the industry produced in earlier decades.

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  • When you are expecting the worst, the not-bad feels decent, and the possibly-bad gets the benefit of the doubt. That is the middle ground at which Pati Patni aur Woh manages to reach.

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  • In 2019, the men as seen in this movie, are still taking women for granted, and the women, who maybe independent-spirited, are still responsible for forgiving and forgetting.  

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  • ...it would have made for a much more engaging retelling of a B.R. Chopra naughty classic.

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  • This remake needed to be funnier, but it does interesting things with its women.

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  • Alternating between a farce and melodrama, thankfully none of it coming from the women, Pati Patni Aur Woh can't decide whether it wants to be the climax of a Priyadarshan comedy or give the cad a dose of his own medicine brand of cheeky payback.

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  • ...the problem with Pati, Patni Aur Woh isn’t that it’s offensive, but that it's dull and predictable for too much of its running time.

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  • Our ‘pati’ may have redeemed himself, and the ‘patni’ and ‘woh’ may have lifted the film somewhat, but to wish for good taste in a comedy dealing with straying husbands and wives-and-other-women-in-holding patterns is no laughing matter.

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  • Its humour doesn’t stem from escalating confusion or clever lines, but plain sleaze. It takes the fantasy world of old Govinda movies and grafts it onto a real milieu — a scary combination by all means, as hinted at by Bhumi’s ‘single-screen/multiplex’ line.

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  • ...a whole lot of random desi-lad humour, in what's essentially a naughty-uncle comedy about the wife, and woh (the other woman). Couldn't find anything funny here. Surely this sort of stuff has an audience. Hope the film finds it then.

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