Filmmaker Karan Johar, who attended the screening of Laapataa Ladies in Mumbai earlier this week, shared an extensive review of the film, directed by Kiran Rao and co-produced by Aamir Khan. Karan Johar wrote on Instagram, "I can say with complete assurance that at the end of 2024 when we look back at the year this gem of a gorgeous film will be hailed as one of the best films of the year.

Kiran Rao directs this soulful and stirring satire with the ease of a bonafide veteran."

Karan Johar added his note, "Addressing potent issues with humour, oodles of charm and superlative performances Laapataa Ladies made me smile, laugh, tear up and then applaud the mastery of the filmmaker and writers of the film!!! Drop everything you're doing this weekend and watch this ovation worthy film! Congratulations to the entire ensemble of actors... the solid technicians... The brilliant writing team and Kiran Rao for giving us a gift of a film! and props to Aamir Khan Productions for always raising the cinematic bar with excellence."

The film, set in rural India, showcases the story of two brides who get separated during a train journey and that leads to a complicated journey. The film is slated to release on March 1. The film has been co-produced under the banner of Aamir Khan Productions and Kindling Productions.

Laapata Ladies begins with the scene of Phool's farewell, where Deepak departs for his home taking his wife from her home. The moment, they reach his house, they realise Deepak's wife has been mistakenly swapped. The new woman is Pushpa Rani.

Troubled, shocked and surprised Deepak begins searching for his wife Phool with the help of the police. While Deepak is busy searching for his wife Phool, the other woman Pushpa Rani who is staying at their house freely, comes under suspicion. On the other hand, Phool is waiting for her husband at the railway station patiently without losing hope. Towards the end of the film, Pushpa's real identity is revealed and also showcases the problems faced by the women and how to solve them.