Diana Penty's second venture promises to be a fun ride ......
Happy Bhag Jayegi starring Diana Penty, Abhay Deol, Ali Fazal and Jimmy Shergill has hit the screen today and the movie looks promising atleast till it's first half. Diana Penty and Abhay Deol return to screen after really long time and that makes the whole movie even more interesting. Considering it is a solo release this week, the movie might get lucky on that front.Our reviewer Sreeju Sudhakaran is currently watching the movie in a theatre and has sent us the quick review of the movie. Read on to find out what he has to say about Happy Bhag Jayegi.
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Sreeju in his quich movie review says," Happy (Diana Penty) elopes on the eve of her wedding to local politician Daman Singh Bagga (Jimmy Sheirgill), so that she can be with her childhood friend Guddu (Ali Fazal). However, a mistake lands her in Lahore, Pakistan. She lands up in the house of Bilal (Abhay Deol), a reluctant upcoming politician in Lahore. Happy creates a lot of headaches for Bilal, who is desperate to deport to her back to India. Later he decides to bring Guddu to Lahore so that they can married her there, and Bilal's fiancée gets convinced there is nothing going on between Bilal and Happy.
Having suffered through director Mudassar Aziz's previous film, Dulha Mil Gaya, I had trepidation about his latest film. However Happy Bhag Jayegi is a pleasant surprise, with several chuckle worthy moments. As the film is produced by Aanand L Rai, the film has the tone of Tanu Weds Manu Returns, which works for the movie. The dialogue has a lot of wit, and you will find yourself smiling at several scenes.
Happy Bhag Jayegi marks the return of two actors whom we have missed seeing on screen for a long time - Abhay Deol and Diana Penty. Diana Penty has improved a lot from her debut film, Cocktail, though you might see shades of Jab We Met's Geet in her character. Abhay Deol is fine as the young politician, who would rather be a cricketer. Ali Fazal and Jimmy Sheirgill are also adequate in their roles. However, it's Piyush Mishra who is the best of the lot, as most of his dialogues hit the bullseye. Let's hope that the second half keeps up the mirth of the first half.
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