5 Lessons I Wish Luv Ranjan’s Movies Hadn’t Taught Me

October 15 2022

Luv Ranjan’s filmography includes the super-hit Pyaar ka Punchnama (2011) as well as its sequel,  Akaash Vani (2013), Sonu ke Titu ki Sweety (2018), Chhalang (2020), and Malang (2020)


I remember watching ‘Pyaar ka Punchnama’ when I was 14 and had a ball. I loved it then and laughed at the casual misogyny. Then, I grew up. Here are 5 lessons I wish his films didn't preach...

According to Ranjan, all women will bleed your wallet dry because that’s how we are built. Poor, saintly and naive men are lured in for money and ‘used' by women.

All Women Are Gold Diggers

A Man Is Always Right

Men are righteous, and women make their lives full of lies and deception. Every movie shows how they used to live a happy life in their bachelor’s pad, while the conniving women always cheat behind their backs

Ranjan took ‘bros before h**s’ too seriously and made Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety. It is about a manchild, an insecure best friend and the demonic woman the former  is about to marry.

Woman Ruins Male Besties' Bond

Every Woman Wants To Change A Man

They will manipulate you, make you think like them, and act like a puppy. Do you remember the pathetic “Ban Gaya Kutta” background score in the Punchnama movies?

Everry movie has a rant where the male character has a nervous breakdown and rants about how all the women in the world have a problem with everything they do.

The War Cry Of The Male Character