Well Kartik Aaryan will learn not to read his films reviews now..
"Kartik Aaryan squints well, and if only that were the requirements of a good actor, he'd be one. His various hairstyles perform better than him, his facial hair grows more and in a more defined way than the two characters he is essaying. But without a monologue and misogyny, he is out of depth. What can Kartik do?"
"Before we get to know Leena (Arushi Sharma) and Zoe (Sara Ali Khan) of Love Aaj Kal 2020, we see them yelling at two men played by Kartik Aaryan. That in itself is a warning bell: Aaryan barely has the skill to pull off even one character who does not look and sound entirely like Aaryan, so imagine the error of stretching him to play two men within the same film."
"Mr Aaryan, on the other hand, is even worse than this script. Perhaps realising his acting limitations late in the day, at one point Ali gives Raghu a beard planted very carefully and precisely on the rim of his jaw and prosthetics to chubby up his face, hence distinguishing him from the scruffy, thin-looking Veer."
"Kartik Aaryan's ineptitude is glaring in a role tailor-made for Ranbir Kapoor. Where he needs to look lovelorn, he appears psychotic. When he needs to exude charm, he turns a twit."
Ofcourse the silver lining is Ranbir haters will be happy,
"Let’s just say that Zoe (Sara Ali Khan) is what you get if the Joker wiped off his face paint to reveal that he’s actually a millennial girl torn between love and career. She is an agent of chaos, and by far one of the most sociopathic romantic leads I’ve seen on screen – a little like the Ranbir Kapoor man-child hero but…oh, so that’s what it feels like."