Movie: Happy Bhag Jayegi
Cast: Dianna Penty, Abhay Deol, Jimmy Sheirgill, Ali Fazal, Monal Sheikh
Director: Mudassar Aziz
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Ever since the release of the trailer Happy Bhag Jayegi, there were several questions running in our mind. Why did Happy run away? How did she land up in Pakistan? Let’s get to know as the movie has hit the box office.
The story kicks off with a night in Amritsar when Happy (Dianna Penty) runs away a highly dramatic way. But wait.. what…she landed up in Pakistan! Here comes the Bilal Ahmed in the story who is son of Governor Javed Ahmed and is engaged to a beautiful lady Zoya. The character of Zoya has been played by Pakistani actress Momal Sheikh who marks her debut with this film. From here starts the whole chaos, chasing, drama en route comic plot.
What will you love in the film?
- The movie is full of comedy, running and chasing around. There is stream of comic dialogues which will keep you entertained till the end. Crisp one-liners will surely make you chuckle throughout the movie.
- The cinematography is quite good where the locations of Pakistan have been shown in the movie in a resounding manner.
- The performance of all the actors are awesome, especially Abhay Deol and they fit perfectly in the frames of their characters.
- It is nice to see Abhay and Diana after a long gap and that too in such a hilarious plot.
- Jimmy Sheirgill who has perfectly played the role of Daman Singh Bagga looks quite convincing like in his earlier movie Tanu Weds Manu. You can‘t help laughing after watching him grove to the beats of Yaara O Yaara.
- Other characters are also good at their places and supports in moving the plot further.
- Although there is less scope of music, but the background score is quite impressive and aids in the narration of the film.
What you may regret after watching the movie?
- The love triangle show in the movie where every character is pursuing the same lady may bore you.
- In a few places Dianna Penty doesn’t seem justifying the role of a Punjabi kudi.
- There is plenty of silly humour which may not be appealing for everyone.
Happy Bhag Jayegi is a promising film to make you happy this weekend.