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Happy Bhag Jayegi Review and Rating

A comedy with an unusual twist at the very beginning! A good way to start the comedy Happy Bhag Jayegi that promises you some good chuckles because, well, who doesn’t like the idea of a pretty girl on the run in search of her Prince Charming! Director Mudassar Aziz’s Bollywood movie “Happy Bhag Jayegi” is his second attempt to make his mark after ‘Dulha Mill Gaya’ with Shah Rukh and Sushmita Sen. Now with an interesting star cast of Diana Penty, Abhay Deol, Jimmy Shergill, Ali Fazal and Momal Sheikh that has managed to entertain the audience well. so before visiting the theatre get the Review and Rating of Happy Bhag Jayegi.

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The Cast and Crew of Happy Bhag Jayegi

Cast: Diana Penty, Abhay Deol, Jimmy Shergill, Ali Fazal, Momal Sheikh

Director: Mudassar Aziz

Producer: Anand L. Rai, Krishika Lulla

Writer: Mudassar Aziz

After the debut film “Cocktail” (2012) Diana Penty was able to make her mark in Bollywood but suddenly she disappeared from the scene and now after almost 4 years she is back and back with a bang! She is more confident, and all set to rock the world. Abhay too plays the role of subtle and sober man who is suddenly in a confusing situation. He is also seen after a long span of a movie.  Ali Fazal was last seen in a seductive video with Zarine Khan for the tribute to Kishore Kumar with the revive of his classic hit “Pyar Manga hain Tumhise”. Jimmy was last seen in Shorgul and Madaari, both the movies were critically acclaimed.

The Plot of Happy Bhag Jayegi

Happy Bhag Jayegi is a feel good movie that will make you happy. It is a romantic comedy that explores relationships in an unusual and beautiful way. Happy or Harpreet Kaur (Diana Penty), is from Amritsar and is supposed to marry Daman Singh Bagga (Jimmy Shergill). But she is in love with good for nothing lad Guddu (Ali Fazal). Reluctant to marry Daman she elopes from her marriage leaving the slippers in running shoes and hides in a fruit basket thinking to leave the town oblivious of the fact that the fruit truck will take her to Lahore in Pakistan. She ends up coming to the palace of Pakistani diplomat Javed Ahmed (Javed Sheikh). Bilal (Abhay Deol) annoyed at the intrusion but forced to save the situation as she threats him to spread dirt about the family. Her, to be husband Daman Singh Bagga (Jimmy Shergill) is furious obviously warns his future father-in-law (Kanwaljeet) to get the mess cleaned. Finally, Bilal comes in front to the rescue, accompanied by loyal police officer Afridi (Piyush Mishra). What happens then? Go and watch the movie for a hilarious experience.

The Review of Happy Bhag Jayegi

Happy Bhag Jayegi is a lighthearted comedy with a twisted plot and multiple characters. But all the actors have done justice to their characters. But the movie is not devoid of flaws. Repetition is one o0f the biggest flaw of the movie. There is repetition in dialogues, scenes, and resemblance with another movie Tanu Weds Manu, which is an Anand L Rai production too!

The Thumbs up:

Diana Penty and her lively acting!

Abhay Deol with his subtle presence after a long time.

A different storyline.

The Thumbs down:

Diana Penty is beautiful and extremely charming but fails to be the ‘punjabi pataka’!

An actor of class like Jimmy Shergill is absolutely wasted and is given the repeated role of Tanu Weds Manu!

Some jokes and one-liners are repetitive.

The Rating of Happy Bhag Jayegi

Happy Bhag Jayegi is a good-hearted comedy with all the ingredients well mixed, and the actors are too good. So keeping their acting ability in mind, the rating of Happy Bhag Jayegi is given a 3 out of 5. No doubt Happy Bhag Jayegi will make your weekends better.

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