Happy Bhaag Jayegi Critics Review and Rating By Taran Adarsh, Komal Nahta and Rajiv Masand

Finally any new movie releasing this week Happy Bhaag Jayegi finally released at box office. The film released and got good review from critics. Here we bring you the critics review and ratings by Taran Adarsh, Komal Nahta and Rajiv Masand. Happy Bhag Jayegi is an upcoming romantic comedy movie directed by Mudassar Aziz and produced by Anand L. Rai and Krishika Lulla. The film featuring Diana Penty, Abhay Deol and Ali Fazal in lead roles. The story of the movie revolve around a girl who is confused about marries and she went from here marries. She loved with a musician played by Ali Fazal and she was very nerves and confusing about Maries.

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Happy Bhaag Jayegi Critics Review And Ratings

Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Saibal Site:NDTV

Happy Bhag Jayegi whips up a steady rhythm in the first half only to lose its way a bit in the second. The film goes all over the place once Bagga decides to follow Happy to Lahore and enlists the support of a local gang of criminals.If Happy Bhag Jayegi does not get on one’s nerves like such half-baked attempts at hilarity tend to do, it is because it remains completely inoffensive. Happy Bhag Jayegi isn’t the kind of film that will have audiences rolling in the aisles. But it might occasionally induce faint smiles on some faces.

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Ratings:2/5 Review By:Shubhra Site:Indian Express

Done well, Happy Bhag Jayegi could have been a rollicking comedy. But despite its occasional throwaway lines, and nice touches, it never comes together. If you want me to suspend disbelief and buy into your wholly contrived plot, you have to be able to write your way past the contrivances. This doesn’t happen.

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Ratings:– Review By:Nandini Site:Scroll

The wacky humour is of a piece with the cartoon-strip Lahore setting. “Ask me about anything but Kashmir,” Afridi tells Guddu. Mutual tensions, politics and conflict are shoved out of view for a rom-com utopia in which, if only for 126 minutes, Indians and Pakistanis are on the same side. All they want is a barreful of laughs, and at least on that score, the movie doesn’t let them down.

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Surabhi Site:Koimoi

This film’s soul lies in its dialogues and the comic relief instilled in them. A clever writing holds this film together. With too many sub-plots, the film’s second half seems stretched.Surprisingly, Happy Bhag Jayegi is watchable. The film’s comic elements and act keep you entertained. This could easily be a ‘Happy’ family watch.

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Ratings:3/5 Review By:Hungama Site:Bollywood Hungama

The way he has presented the film’s characters is extremely real and that’s what works in the favour of the film. The film, which takes off with an impressive start in the first half, gradually tends to slow down and lag amidst the second half because of multiple tracks. The good thing is that, despite losing its track amidst the second half, Mudassar Aziz manages to get the film back on track towards the climax. On the whole, HAPPY BHAG JAYEGI comes across as a feel good film that will make you happy. At the Box-Office, its prospects will be rewarding for its makers.

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Manjusha  Site:GulfNews

Happy Bhaag Jayegi is a situational comedy that doesn’t take itself too seriously. A Punjabi bride’s elopement plan that goes awry and takes her to Lahore is what sets the ball rolling. But the unfortunate part is that it’s not easy to buy into Penty’s story. Her love for her childhood mate, essentially an unemployed musician, is unconvincing. She’s all heart and no logic. While she paints a fetching picture, she isn’t compelling enough to nail the goofy act. And why do all the men in this film fall head over heels in love with her? Fortunately, the love angles were wrapped up in a sensible manner. There was no drama and that was a relief. This is no laugh riot, but Happy Bhaag Jayegi has its glorious moments. Reserve this for a one-time