Badrinath Ki Dulhania(2017)
One line Review: A film where random things happen for random reasons, a story that defies all logic come what may!
Positive Points: The cars and the picturesque locales. Car racing scenes are shot and captured well.
Negative Points: Why did they make the film and waste the budge if they did not have a proper script in the first place? Why all the loss of time, energy and effort!
Plot: Sarah (Kiara Advani) and Ransh (Mustafa) study in the same college. Sarah is a beautiful girl and many guys admire her. One of the admirers is her best friend Aditya (Eshan ... full Badrinath Ki Dulhania Review
Badrinath Bansal (Varun Dhawan) belongs to one of Jhaasi's richest families and, is a happy go lucky guy who is on a look out for a typical bride. In a wedding, his eyes lock with Vaidehi Trivedi (Alia ... full Plot
Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt should be called the modern day Kishore Kumar-Madhubala, Dharmendra-Hema Malini or even Govinda-Karisma Kapoor. Their onscreen chemistry is flawless. He handles comedy with aplomb while she can sail through drama with ease. Their pairing can keep the romance and entertainment alive in Hindi films for the next few decades. Their magic is what makes Badrinath Ki Dulhania a thoroughly engaging film.More »
The story of the movie revolves around Badrinath Bansal (Varun) who falls in love at first sight as he crosses paths with Vaidehi Trivedi (Alia). And, as expected, love doesn't come easy in Bollywood. In order to impress Alia, Varun needs to tackle various personal and social issues. The flick also touches upon various social evils which are still prevalent in Indian society.After several twists and turns, the storyline of 'Badrinath Ki Dulhania' also takes the lead jodi to Singapore. However, the aroma of the film still remains desi at heart and romance remains the firm spine of its screenplay.More »
There's much to admire about the ultra energetic, feisty Varun Dhawan. He acts the hell out of this film. But he plays a character with such few redeeming features -- much like this movie -- that at some point you actually begin to feel kinda sorry for this young lad. I mean what sort of a duffer is Badrinath (Varun's character) -- six-pack ab son of a local gun/goon, who's a 10th class pass, and absolutely all he thinks about all day, is how to get married.More »