CRB Tech reviews presents to you the movie review of the recently released film ‘Happy Bhag Jayegi‘.
By and large, “Happy Bhag Jayegi” is a vibe decent, carefree drama that does not be considered seriously. By the way, the film has a solid message which is underscored in the melody with the verses, “Sau qwaab hai, ek zindagi.’ It essentially typifies the reason of the film, “Take after your heart.”
With moderate production values, the film is in fac,t is well made from the technical point of view. The visuals, background score, and music are of a fine bore and work well in the last stream.
In the wake of being spotted romancing with her school sweetheart Gurpreet Singh otherwise known as Guddu (Ali Fazal), Happy is constrained by her dad, played by Kanwaljit Singh, to wed the nearby government official Daman Singh Bagga (Jimmy Shergill).
However, on her big day, the feisty Happy leaves Bagga stranded at the mandap, by bouncing on to a truck, which should take her to Guddu. Be that as it may, rather than getting her, at her destination, Happy gets transported to the house of a hesitant government official Bilal Ahmed (Abhay Deol) in Lahore, Pakistan.
What takes after is a progression of manipulative and thought up arrangements alongside situational fights that move this story forward.
In any case, what makes the film interesting separated from Happy’s imprudent impulse to flee, is the satisfaction of her adventure in a nation that is at cross-purpose with India. This cross-border dramatization adds to the fervor.
Mudassar Aziz’s written work is entrancing. His discoursed are stuffed with punch as he plays with words, in Hindi and Urdu. Additionally, the muffles are rigid, new and splendidly between laid in the plot. The chart of the film has its peaks and trough however never is there a minute of balance. Additionally, his peak, however, a mob, does not have the punch of a distraught trick.
As far as the performances are concerned, Ali Fazal as Happy’s uncertain affection Guddu and the Pakistani performing artist Momal Shaikh, who plays Bilal Ahmed’s love interest, are both outstandingly striking.
Abhay Deol slips into the part of an apathetic child of an eager lawmaker easily. What’s more, his nearness does not increase current standards of the film.
After quite a while, Jimmy Shergill conveys a performance of some substance. As Bagga, he is tough and invigorating.
All in all it happens to be a light-hearted comedy and CRB Tech reviews recommends that you sit back and watch the film.