Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi Movie Review
Director: Kamudassar Aziz
Artists: ArtistsSonakshi Sinha, Jimmy Shergill, Jassi Gill, Piyush Mishra, Diana Penty, Aparshakti Khurana, Ali Fazal
Movie Type : Comedian
Rating: 2.5/ 5
You saw the first part of the story of Happy's escape in 2016. The film was a success and it was decided to make its next part even more interesting. By the way, even if you have not seen the first part of the film, you will easily connect to the second part. Last time Happy ran away to Pakistan and this time there are two Happy, who are running in different cities of China. This time there is a struggle to save more than finding them. The film may be based on China, but it keeps you very beautifully connected to Patiala, Amritsar, Delhi, Kashmir and Pakistan. Mudassar Aziz, the writer and director of the film, has satirized the entire dialogue between India, Pakistan and China with the best dialogue. While many dialogues of the film will make you laugh, they will also make you think. 'Tanu Weds Manu' series and 'Ranjhana' director Anand L. Roy is the co-producer of this film, but his clear vision is visible in the film.
Amritsar's two sisters land together at the Shanghai Airport in China. The first Happy (Diana Penty) has come to a music concert with her husband Guddu (Ali Fazal) and the second Happy (Sonakshi Sinha) has come to join a university professor in Shanghai. At the airport, some Chinese kidnappers come to kidnap the first Happy (Diana Penty), but accidentally kidnap the second Happy (Sonakshi) due to having the same name. Kidnappers also kidnap Daman Bagga (Jimmy Shergill) from Patiala and police officer Usman Afridi (Piyush Mishra) from China in China. To know what the story takes next, you have to go to the cinema hall.
The entire film revolves around the second Happy, which is played by Sonakshi Sinha. After more than half a dozen flops in a row, the film will be a big relief for Sonakshi. Sonakshi's acting emerges. With her dialogue delivery in Hindi-Punjabi, Sonakshi brings Harpreet Kaur of Amritsar to life on screen. The small dialogue between Jimmy Shergill and Piyush Mishra and Jimmy's pillow-work gives a feel of feel good. Jassi Gill is appearing in a Bollywood film for the first time and he does justice to his character. The rest of the cast have also done a good job.
Mudassar Aziz is famous for his writing and this time his hard work is clearly visible in the dialogue of the film. According to the kind of film, there is no scene or dialogue over it and all seems accurate according to the situation. His directorial grip has become even stronger than before. The first half of the film seems a bit long, but not boring.
No song from the film has been much talked about, but the music of the film fits perfectly with the story and atmosphere.