Encouraged by that review, MrsB and I saw it over the weekend, and recommend it. It's a low-key production, with many of the scenes being just conversations in village houses, shops, or rooftops; but these are perfect to show off the quality of script writing and acting from all the cast. Rajkummar Rao steals the show with his put-upon sari salesman who is trained up to act like a street thug, for plot reasons too complex to go into here, who later turns on his oppressors. But Ayushmann Khurrana, Kriti Sanon, and the members of their filmi families all put in excellent performances that keep you laughing and caring about the characters throughout. It's not without its flaws, including one of those typical Hindi film moments where characters don't explain obvious untruths to other characters, just in order to keep the misunderstandings flowing, but still well worthwhile.