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Happy Bhag Jayegi - Box Office Collection and Movie Review

Happy Bhaag Jayegi has released on this Friday! Box office collection shows that it has gained Rs. 2.32 crore on its opening day. It has gained momentum on weekend for good collections.

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Diana Penty, Abhay Deol, Jimmy Sheirgill, Momal Sheikh, Ali Fazal, Kanwaljeet and Piyush Mishra starrer “Happy Bhag Jayegi” movie released on 18 August 2016 is doing average business. However its beginning collection is pretty well but may because of a weak script, it fail to enter in the list of hit movies 2016. 

Directed by Mudassar Aziz, the story of movie begins with a pretty Punjabi girl Happy (Diana Penty) who is on the runway to find her prince charming Guddu (Ali Fazal), a Pakistan handsome Gabru. The twist comes with the entry of her father, a bad boy Bagga (Jimmy Shergill) and Pakistani gentleman Bilal (Abhay Deol).  In the beginning, the story goes very well and you find a number of reasons to smile but soon the movie starts declining from its path and left you fend for yourself as there is nothing that makes you laugh and enjoy more.  The film gives you a substantial feel of Pakistan with bunch of lovely locations and characters who speaks Urdu dialogues and looks real Pakistani.

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The whole story idea revolves around this pretty runaway bride and her adventurous journey to Pakistan.  Audiences have mixed reviews that show that this movie will do average business in the box office. But in the analysis of star cast choice, script and presentation etc., it has many suspensions.  For example, lovable Penty with wide eyes does not look a perfect fit for Punjabi Bindas Kudi role. She has tried hard to prove a good fit for this character. Shergill and Abhay Deol characters make some sense and give reasons to watch this movie one time. Overall, it is a cheerful movie with a dash of romance and fantasy and offer full entertainment without logics.


If we compare it with the Akshay Kumar’ Rustom, it lags behind. Rustom again remain a first choice to watch this weekend too. 

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