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Directed by – Amit Ravindernath Sharma
Produced by – Vineet Jain, Aleya Sen, Hemant Bhandari, Amit Ravindernath Sharma, Priti Sahani
Starring – Ayushmann Khurrana, Sanya Malhotra, Gajraj Rao, Neena Gupta, Sheeba Chaddha, Surekha Sikri
What happens when a ‘grown-up’ you finds that your mother is pregnant? The prospect of envisioning one’s folks sharing a lustful relationship will make you feel unbalanced! What’s more, that is actually how Amit Sharma’s Badhaai Ho unfurls. It brings you straight into the working class Kaushik family which is set in an unobtrusive neighborhood in Delhi. The patriarch Jeetender (played by Gajraj Rao) is a ticket checker with the railroads who doesn’t have faith in being a high-roller. He is a gushing hubby to his significant other Priyamvada (Neena Gupta) and furthermore a pacifier when his mom (Surekha Sikri) regurgitates acidic words at her. The Kaushik faction likewise incorporates his children, Nakul (Ayushmann Khurrana) and his more youthful sibling Gullar.
Things take a clumsy turn when the guardians to two grown-up young men (one of them is of eligible age), get pregnant all of a sudden. ‘Yeh bhi koi mummy father ke karne ki cheez hai?, jests Nakul to his girfriend Renee (Sanya Malhotra) when they are amidst a makeout session. Then again, Gullar too isn’t amped up for the landing of ‘chota mehmaan’. In the interim, daadi ponders, ‘Time kahan se mil gaya tujh ko’.
What pursues next is the means by which the Kaushik family unit attempt to adapt to the run of the mill ‘log kya kahegey’ and its impact on Nakul’s association with Renee. The start of Badhaai Ho might be founded on a socially-ungainly preface, yet essayists Shantanu Srivastava and Akshat Ghildial pen down lines which are humorous and in addition heart-contacting. Alongside the ‘tadka’ of amusingness, they likewise hit passionate crests to abandon you with a tear or two. Credit to Amit Sharma for taking up the talk of sex and pregnancy from the attracting rooms to the celluloid.
From playing a sperm contributor in Vicky Donor to trying a man experiencing erectile brokenness, Ayushmann Khurrana’s ‘unusual’ selection of movies have dependably procured great outcomes and Badhaai Ho is the same! In couple of scenes, he doesn’t require the lines! His hit into articulations are sufficiently only to pass on the feelings. His leaing woman Sanya Malhotra as Renee plays a solid willed and stubborn young lady. Tragically, the creators neglect to add profundity to her job and the final product leaves you slightly frustrated.
Badhaai Ho! This Ayushmann Khurrana-Sanya Malhotra is all uplifting news and has its heart at the correct place.