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In the comfortable bylanes of Bareilly, a residential community in Uttar Pradesh, dwells the particular Mishra family which comprises of the patriach (Pankaj Tripathi), his significant other (Seema Pahwa) and their little girl Bitti (Kriti Sanon) whom they have brought up as a child. Bitti is not your customary residential community young lady. She smokes, drinks, watches English movies and feels weak at the knees over break move. While her folks are very cool about her decision of way of life, Bitti’s suitors suspect something.
In the wake of confronting steady dismissals and two broken engagements, a blue Bitti sees herself as a rebel in the town and steals away from her home. In any case, her life takes an alternate turn when she unearths a book called Bareilly Ki Barfi at the railroad station. Shockingly, the novel’s female hero peruses precisely like her. Awestruck by this revelation, Bitti returns back home and methodologies the distributer of the book, Chirag Dubey (Ayushmann Khurrana) to connect with the writer.
Sounds straightforward naa? In any case, that is not it! As a general rule, it is Chirag who had ghostwritten Bareilly Ki Barfi in memory of his solitary love Babli. Be that as it may, he had utilized a pen name the book rather as she’s joyfully hitched. At the point when Chirag meets Bitti surprisingly, he winds up being stricken by her.
To inspire her, he comes up with a story including his artless companion, Pritam Vidrohi (Rajkummar Rao), whose name and photo highlights as the book’s writer. Before long, Chirag understands that Bitti has really fallen for the creator and needs to meet him. Urgent to win her affection, he persuades Pritam to extend himself as an epitome of everything that Bitti despises. Will this trap work its enchantment?
Kriti Sanon fits consummately as the young lady adjacent and nearly prevails upon you with her torch mentality and creator upheld part. Ayushmann Khurrana’s Chirag gives you a sensation that this has happened before of his part in his last film Meri Pyaari Bindu. In any case, this one is few shades further and that is very luring to watch. Be that as it may, it’s Rajkummar Rao who takes a noteworthy chomp of this barfi and surpasses alternate characters particularly in the second 50% of the film. His progress from being a bashful, bonehead saree sales representative to a character gone “rebel” is whistleworthy. Pankaj Tripathi and Seema Pahwa are extraordinary in their parts and increase the value of the film with their comic science.
Decision: If you have a sweet tooth for some happy show, at that point Bareilly Ki Barfi is justified regardless of your request for at any rate once, exclusively for Rajkummar Rao’s delectable demonstration!