While you’re still enjoying a scene, another one comes to double the dose, and the cycle continues!
Congratulations, if you were waiting for a complete family entertainer, here it is.
A continuous cycle of one enjoyable scene after the other!
The cycle of enjoyment and happiness. And it’s said, happiness is often in the little things, so Badhaai Ho, the film has a trunk full of it.
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Trying to break the taboos with high-spirits, trying to discard stereotypes by being light-hearted, and trying to be extraordinary be being ordinary, the director Amit Ravindernath Sharma does it all.
We have been seeing films that are doing away with the term called ‘lead actors’, but we were waiting for a film that will dissolve the term ‘supporting actors’ once and for all.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
In a film trying to make a social statement by banishing clichés, how can usualness be a companion?
The story revolves around an old couple conceiving quite late in their age and late as per society “rules”. But romance never dies. That’s what the film is about, we are here because our parents romanced, and we are no one to judge them if they still do.
In the process of making us realize that our mom dads should have a life beyond us too, the film also gives much due credit and respect to the senior actors or as called “supporting cast” by making treating them as prime actors. So, there’s no usualness!
None is seen in the writing too. This slice of life film about something that is not an everyday experience because it is considered a taboo, is as genuine and realistic as we are at home.
Situations are heartfelt, dialogues are refreshing, it’s just a continuous cycle of one enjoyable scene after the other!
Form the very first scene, we become friends with the family and the dialogues. Akshat Ghildial, Shanatanu Srivastava and Jyoti Kapoor, the writers make sure of that. Everything gets established nicely and quickly and by this time, the joy ride reaches interval. The second half has some dullness, but along with the dialogues, the expressions of each actor doesn’t leave us unentertained throughout the film.
Surekha Sikri, what phenomenal performance. We just wanted to go close to the screen and whistle endlessly.
Ayushmann Khurrana is now our go-to actor if we suddenly become hungry for a fun and meaningful film. Ultimate he is. Sanya Malhotra looks lovely, and man what expressions, too good.
Gajraj Rao as Mr. Kaushik and Neena Gupta as Mrs. Kaushik will make you want to hug the screen with their performance and romance. You just cant go over the blush on Gajraj Rao’s face in the movie, applaud worthy performance.
Sheeba Chaddha as Sangeeta Sharmamakes her graceful and influential presence felt. Rahul Tewari as Junaa (Ayushmann’s brother) is good in his role too.
Geet Sangeet (Music)
Music is good, but Abhishek Arora’s BS is too good. Light-hearted nature of the film was mainly dependent on the score than the dialogues.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
You are going to love this new-age rom-com, there’s novelty in every minute detail of the movie and hence there is happiness in the little moments.