Happy Bhaag Jayegi Reviews

By | August 19, 2016

Feisty and rash, Amritsari kudi Happy (Diana Penty) escapes from her own wedding to be together with her beau Guddu (Ali Fazal). This infuriates her would be groom – applier politician Bagga (Jimmy Sheirgill). Confusion ensues once Happy does not find yourself with either and accidentally finally ends up in pakistan. She bumps into Bilal (Abhay Deol), a budding politician and sparks fly. However he’s engaged to Zoya (Momal Shiekh). Who gets the girl?

Happy Bhaag Jayegi Reviews

Happy Bhag Jayegi may be a recent, light-hearted attack cross-border sociability that revolves around a runaway bride. It lures you into throwing logic out of the window (‘baher’) for a short time because it offers clean recreation with ample gags. The cat and mouse game between the characters, with a splash of romance, forms the story.  If you’re curious to understand regarding our neighbours and their culture, this film satiates that intrigue to a definite extent. The comic caper clicks for its situational humour, sensible writing and ideal casting. The primary half has plenty of laugh aloud moments, preponderantly stemming from Piyush Mishra speaking chaste Urdu (Javed Akhtar style).

Happy Bhaag Jayegi Reviews

Jimmy Sheirgill might not get the woman however he gets unforgettable roles and his portrayal of Bagga is that the highlight here. Be it him business Ali, Justin Byeber or speech communication, ‘Mere shaadi rukwane ke peeche, padosi mulk Ka haath hai’, Jimmy steals the show, hands down. each Abhay and Ali are equally competent and also the men dominate the film, even quite the film’s central character (Diana), whose appearance overshadow her acting. Momal is sincere.

Since the love tracks appear unconvincing and abrupt, the last half tanks a small amount. The cartoonish climactic chase sequence too looks juvenile. However, overall, the family comedy manages to tug the proper strings and alter this (if not the history) of Indo-Pak relations for the 2 hours that it lasts. Buckle up and revel in the ride, Janaab!

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