Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi: The forced entertainer gradually shifts to entertaining force


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Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi

Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi

Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi

Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi

Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi

Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi: The forced entertainer gradually shifts to entertaining force

Starring:  Jimmy Shergill, Sonakshi Sinha, Piyush Mishra, Denzil Smith, Jassi Gill, Ali Fazal, Diana Penty,Jeeveshu Ahluwalia.

Director: Mudassar Aziz.

Writer: Mudassar Aziz.

Producer: Anand L. Rai, Krishika Lulla.

Release Date: 24.08.2018

Synopsis

There was not much expected from 'Happy Phir Bhag Jayegi' considering its prequel which was too dull, and even the sequel starts with same pace i.e slow and the humour appears forced at many occasoins. But gradually however the story never gets on track but humour does. This time movie is based in China unlike the previous one which was based in Pakistan, and that could be the reason of some copied humour from some previous bollywood flicks, however it still manages to create ample laughter at various occasions mainly due to correct timings. Talking about the story, there is nothing much to talk about it as its just used as the backrop of comedy where the confusion persists due to these two women with same name i.e. Happy played by Sonakshi Sinha and Diana Penty interchange places. Sonakshi comes to China for a Job in a university however her actual reason for visit to China was more familiar with her family emotions whereas Diana visit was due to invitation for his husband played by Ali Fazal who is a singer to sing in China, however hidden reason for her visit was to kidnap her for some personal benefits of the businessman played by Denzil Smith. The story and screenplay lacks logics and never gets the limelight. The integral part of the movie is comedy which is brilliantly handled by Jimmy Shergill and Piyush Mishra, the two people belonging to India and Pakistan respectively brought to china to deal with Happy. Other actors who lends good support in entertaining audiences were Denzil Smith who plays the villian and Jeevesh Ahluwalia who is well known stand up comedian. Other than these brilliant performances Sonakshi Sinha was decent in few emotional scenes especially in the flashback related to her family, but other than that could not shine in comedy or other scenes. Diana Penty or Ali Fazal rarely had any screen time and Jassi Gill performance was also just about average. The movie in totality manages to entertain however have no meaning or story and also appears streched.

Magnets

  1. The Fun Filled Entertainment
    However the comedy of the movie lacks originality but its the timings of those crispy scenes which makes it entertaining to watch. It have both the highs and lows of comedy, sometimes comedy simply fails to generate laughs majorly in begining but it picks up pace towards intermission and keep it intact till the end.
  2. Jimmy Shergill and Piyush Mishra Combo
    Jimmy Shergill fun side was on roll in this flick which can work as the best stress-killer for movie goers and he gets ample support from Piyush Mishra as partner in laughs.
  3. The Lessons
    The movies also give some lessons about life which are not presented or said on the face but still displayed with help of sarcasm or conversations in such a way that they cannot be ignored and leaves impact on your minds.
  4. Superlative Acting
    With Kay Kay Menon in the cast it is needless to say that you will see some top notch performances as he not just gives his best but always bring the best out of others co-actors.

Un-Magnets

  1. Missing Logics and Story
    Its fine for a logicless comedy movie to miss on some logics but unfortunately screenplay is too flawed to ignore, for instance the main villian Denzil Smith in the movie who wrongly gets hold of wrong happy i.e Sonakshi Sinha can easily trace the other happy i.e Diana Penty but rather concentrates on following and trying to capture Sonakshi Sinha who ran away from his grip, and what was even more flawed was that as Sonakshi Sinha was unaware about him being behind her kidnapping unknowingly goes to him for help herself but still it took him years to catch her again.
  2. Overstreched
    The story in the movie was already misplaced and to add on it appears streched unnecesarily at various occasions especially before intermission and its just the comedy which takes the burden of misplaced story and logic less screenplay.
  3. No Charm In The Music
    Whether its the songs or background music of the movie, both leave darastic impact. The background music is not pleasing and disturbs the narrative of the movie which is already a mess and then coming to songs, the songs are so out of sync with kiddish lyrics that even one of the song 'Selfish' starts sounding good which would be considered purely average on any other day.



Magnet Call

'Happy Phir Bhag Jayegi' is a decent movie for some free time fun.

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