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Abhimanyu Roy (Ayushmann Khurrana) otherwise known as Bubla is a celebrated internationally author who composes unpleasant books which is about frightfulness, rushes and ladies.
While his vocation is by all accounts going extraordinary firearms, there is something which makes him restless…something which makes him eat bread with ketchup and swallow bourbon as his fingers work their enchantment on the typewriter.
Before long, a mental obstacle while penning his next which is a romantic tale for a change and a call from his folks faking their separation takes him back to the place where he grew up Kolkata-a place which holds clashing recollections of Bindu, a young lady whom he portrays as an affat.
We get a look into their relationship through the blend tapes of their main tunes. There are flashbacks about Abhi and Bindu and after that we slice to the present day where Abhimanyu is expounding on her, while tuning in to old melodies.
The first run through when they meet as children holding over a plate of keema samosas and chutney, she gives him a Walkman with an old melody and says, “Tune in to this, it will change your life”.
What’s more, from that point on as tunes like ‘Aaiye Meherbaan’, ‘Abhi Na Jao’, ‘Do Naina Ek Kahaani’ gradually advance, we get closer and nearer to Abhi and Bindu’s hatke story which has giggling, tears, companionship, love and aching and above all minutes which should be felt more than seen!
The film might be titled ‘Meri Pyaari Bindu’ yet it’s Ayushmann Khurrana’s demonstrate the distance. His character develops on you thus does his sentiments. Watching him writing without end with a smoke is uff a lot of hotness to deal with! ‘Zindagi se behad pyar tha usse..aur khud se zindagi se bhi zyada’, that is Parineeti’s character summed up in a line. The on-screen character sprinkles in the appropriate measure of spunkiness to Bindu however unfortunately, neglects to deal with the candidly scenes as adequately as her co-star. However Pari makes that up for with a wonderful version of ‘Do Naina Ek Kahaani’ in a scene which makes you wish to see her all the more regularly behind the mic in the coming years. Ayushmann-Parineeti’s science is amiable however a bit thanda! Whatever is left of the cast sets up a decent show and add their own tunes to Abhi-Bindu’s pleasant world.
Decision: Meri Pyaari Bindu may not be a “fatafati” watch with its arrangement of hiccups. Be that as it may, it makes you go ‘Abhi Na Jao Chhod Kar’ each time “Bubla” Ayushmann Khurrana shows up on screen!