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Happy Movie review
The name is self-explanatory. Happy is a good movie, a true entertainer, with all plus points. As is usual with all such “feel-good” movies, they are also “fool-good” movie, meaning that many of the situations are free of logic. So please leave you thinking caps at home when you go to this movie, and enjoy!
Happy is the story of the hero Bunny (Allu Arjun) an orphan who comes and settles down in Hyderabad and starts working as a Pizza delivery boy. The heroine Madhumati (Genelia), studying medicine, is the pampered daughter of a rich caste-based politician. The two meet each other in an odd situation and are forced to get married in unexpected circumstances though they had no intention of getting married. How they face difficult challenges, disgrace, and opposition from her father, still persevere and then discover they are not mad at each other but are made for each other.
Allu Arjun plays the role of a carefree person, which he performs naturally and to perfection. A good dancer, he has performed exceptionally well in the song and dance sequences. His performance, especially in the end of this film can be rated among his best performances. Genelia has fully utilized the script and acted exceedingly well. Manoj Bajpai’s cameo role is perfect. Rama Prabha, Tanikella Bharani, Suman Setty, Jahnavi and others form the supporting cast.
Director Karunakaran reveals his originality, creativity and directorial touches in a few scenes in the film like Bunny behaving like a god, Madhumati’s feelings and expressions while riding a bike for the first time, the song sequences, especially the first song showing the places in and around Hyderabad, thereby giving us a virtual tour of Hyderabad while showing how Bunny settles down in the twin cities, etc. Yuvan Shankar Raja’s music is excellent. All songs are well shot and meld well into the movie. It is difficult to say which song is the best, as tastes differ. It is understood the music is already very popular. The Happy song is created like a music video and should be popular on its own. “I hate you”, believe it or not, are the words of a song, and that is picturised after their marriage. Truly novel wording, and another good song! On the whole, the music and songs add value to the movie.
R.D. Raja Sekhar’s music is truly good, and brings to mind the other legendary R.D. (Burman).Anthony’s editing is slick, especially the songs, but the second half drags. is cool and trendy. Titles animation and other special effects, including fight sequences are worth watching. Kona Venkat and Swamy have maintained their good standards in the dialogues. Geetha Arts (producers) have done a good job and are fairly sure of success.
Overall, this is a “feel-good” entertainer where you get to see the sights of Hyderabad from the comfort of your seat. So please leave you thinking caps at home when you go to this movie, and enjoy!