The film doesn’t take itself seriously. I’d say it is one of the major advantages to a slow film like such. But the makers tend to make a minor mistake of assuming that the audience would be slow too, similar to the pacing of the film and the way I write in this article. What we get as a result in the director Laxman Utekar’s Luka Chuppi is crass language. It is rude for it doesn’t feel that its audience would be adequate enough to go along with the intellectuality of the film. There is no possible logic behind this treatment. Since, the reason behind this turns up later on in the film which too is pedalled as a comic relief, I left the screen baffled and confused, wanting for more and dissatisfied with what I got.