Happy Bhaag Jaayegi Movie Review (2016)
The cute and sweet Deol of the industry – Abhay Deol is back on silver screen with another hilarious entertainer.Happy Bhaag Jayegi starring Abhay Deol, Diana Penty and Jimmy Shergill has hit the theatres today.Mudassar Aziz is the director of the film.Anand L Rai and Krishika Lulla have jointly produced this movie.
The cute and sweet Deol of the industry – Abhay Deol is back on silver screen with another hilarious entertainer. Happy Bhaag Jayegi starring Abhay Deol, Diana Penty and Jimmy Shergill has hit the theatres today. Mudassar Aziz is the director of the film. Anand L Rai and Krishika Lulla have jointly produced this movie.
Javed Ahmed (Javed Shiekh) the ex-governor of Pakistan’s only aim is to make his son Bilal Ahmed (Abhay Deol) a top most politician like him. After an Indo-Pak conference in Amritsar they reach hometown Lahore where a surprise waits for Bilal. He lands up with a sudden twist in his life where he meets Happy (Diana Penty) in a moving basket in his house. Happy runs away from her wedding with the local corporator Daman Singh Bagga (Jimmy Shergill) as she is in love with Guddu (Ali Fazal). Accidentally she ends up in Pakistan and wants to get back to her Guddu. Bilal decides to help her and in all this falls in love with Happy. Bilal is engaged to Zoya (Momal Sheikh). The rest of the story is how all these get out the confusions, dangers and come to a Happy Ending!
Happy Bhaag Jayegi is indeed a happy go lucky story with real problems dealt in a fictional way. As the title suggests the film revolves around Happy and her filmy twists. Diana Penty who is back on silver screen after her debut film Cocktail plays her part well.
Abhay Deol mesmerizes us with another cute and sweet role. Mudassar Aziz attempts to create a reality based love story with funny incidents and noted performances. Momal Sheikh hailing from Pakistan brings in a fresh flavour to the film. Sohail Sen’s music and background score doesn’t impress so much.
Overall, Happy Bhaag Jayegi is indeed a happy – go – lucky film with genuine performances. A weekend time spending activity with no brainer.