Riteish Deshmukh’s Plan A Plan B Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Plan A Plan B Movie Review: The actress Tamannaah Bhatia is consistently delivering new works for both theatrical and over-the-top (OTT) distribution. Last week, she was featured in the Disney+Hotstar platform premiere of “Babli Bouncer,” and this week, she has another direct digital release, “Plan A Plan B,” which is available to stream on the Netflix OTT service. This will be her first collaboration with Riteish Deshmukh in Hindi. Let’s go into this in-depth review to find out if this romantic comedy is really worth your time to watch online.

Plan A Plan B Movie Review


Plan A By following Nirali, a matchmaker who believes marriage is for everyone but herself, and Kosty, a successful divorce lawyer with a secret, Plan B questions whether opposites attract or coexist. Before they can reach their potential as a pair, they need to get through some tough patches.

Cast & Crew

Riteish Deshmukh, Tamannaah Bhatia, Poonam Dhillon, and Kusha Kapila are just some of the actors featured in Plan A, Plan B. Shashanka Ghosh helmed the film, with Rajat Arora, KR Harish, and Trilok Malhotra serving as producers. The film’s score was written by Yug Bhusal, and Jayakrishna Gummadi was responsible for the cinematography.

Movie Name Plan A Plan B
Director Shashanka Ghosh
Music Director Yug Bhusal
Producer Rajat Arora, KR Harish, Trilok Malhotra
Genre Romance, Comedy
Cast Riteish Deshmukh, Tamannaah Bhatia, Poonam Dhillon, Kusha Kapila
Cinematography Jayakrishna Gummadi

Movie Verdict

The plot of Plan A, Plan B is similar to that of many other films; it centres on two characters who are polar opposites, and since it is a universal truth that like attracts like, the two protagonists end up falling in love in the end. There are some enjoyable moments in this film, but many of them seem to have been lifted straight from other classics. Despite having well-realized protagonists, the film lacks the memorable scenes essential to a romantic comedy. A movie may have a few funny moments and some interesting language, but if the heart of the story isn’t in it, viewers won’t care.

After seeing Riteish Deshmukh in a number of comedic parts, it’s nice to see him tackle a role that requires him to show a broader range of emotions. His work as a divorce lawyer was competent. Already lauded for her performance in Babli Bouncer, Tamannaah Bhatia had another chance to show off her acting chops in the lead role of Nirali. Her chemistry with co-stars Riteish Deshmukh and Poonam Dhillon was excellent, and she seemed completely at ease in the position of matchmaker. All of the actors, including Poonam Dhillon and Kusha Kapila, executed their jobs perfectly.

Technically, the movie works as a Plan B. Not all of Yug Bhusal’s music and soundtrack for the film is great, but what they did manage to pull off worked well for the moments that they were used. Jayakrishna Gummadi did a decent job behind the camera, and there are a few bright images that will stand out. The effort that went into the creation of the costumes is worthy of praise. Excellent production values.

Using Rajat Aroraa’s story, Shashanka Ghosh was able to keep the crowd engaged to an extent. The scenes could have been more engaging if he had made a few adjustments.

When judging a romantic comedy solely on the strength of its two leads, Plan A Plan B succeeds.

Plus Points:

Actors performances

Few comedy scenes & Dialogues

Minus Points:

Few routine scenes


Rating: 3/5

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